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I think of an occasional short story notion. I' m not really interested in writing them - I'm interested in them as ideas, not as tales. The story went in two cases in a sense that had not come to my mind â?" and worked. A man of somewhat indeterminate ages courts a young.
This was the point at which the first attempts at clustering took place. On the other hand, she refuses him, perhaps because she fell in Love with someone else, perhaps because the conditions are too different from those that lead to the successful outcome of his earlier mating, perhaps because she finds out what is going on and refuses the notion of being made as a copy.
Turns out she wanted kids, didn't want a spouse and is wealthy enough not to need a spouse or a career (lottery wins, inheritance money,...). Rather than taking her fortune with a seedbed, she gets a gig somewhere where there are a considerable number of exceptionally capable men, decide which one she wants to sire her next baby, seduce him and leave as soon as she gets preggers.
They end with the parent at the ages of about seventy, the two or three children, and.... . This was the story Tiffany M. Lee used for a story. A 11- or 12-year-old girl is an emotional baby, biological a girl. There is no need to fear that your fourteen year old girl will get premature. At fourteen she is still a newborn.
Maybe it's the way we significantly increase our lifespan - slowing down the ageing process, beginning with the first year of our lives. Now, we are adding a madman who actually thinks he's going home - who thinks that the identities of items (and domestic animals - possibly even kids, if we move them?) depend on consistency. Somebody used this notion for a story and I like it; the last turn didn't occur to me.
It was a very compassionate company and they agreed that although it was necessary to kill off offenders, they could at least be saved from the fright of being told that they were about to be put to death. Somebody used that notion for a story, and I liked it. It'?s a strange thing when you dream.
Sensitive elapses when you sleep and dream (either it sometimes and sometimes decelerates, or it always decelerates, and acceleration is an delusion, because it forgets most of your dream when you awaken). Another concept that can be seen in some kind of teachings of Christians is that destiny in the hereafter is dependent on the state of the mind at the point of dying - so that the wicked man who really turns back on his dying bed ends up in heaven.
It is a close fitting that becomes less constricted due to the extension of the feminine basin, which means that grown-ups are less able to walk in the surroundings in which we have developed. Humane infants are prematurely conceived according to the standard of most other breeds and require advanced care - compare a six-month-old person with a one-month-old cat.
There' s an alien smart specie out there following the parasite trail. Her researchers, who were hit by the contrasts between smart pack animals and dumb placentaries, have found their way to the explanation: This presupposes that all smart types must be at least remotely similar to those of land-based types and that other issues are blocking the development of non-mammalian intelligentsia; a little bit of palpable gesture will be needed to suggest a reasoning for the assumptions].
One or two centuries before us, the smart pack animals, in their technologies, are managing the inter-stellar plane, starting to explore. You' ll find other worlds, other kinds smart and not, which all match your theories. So the most observable specie on the globe is the placenta, so it cannot be smart â?" probably pet, or a domestic animal, perhaps subintelligent slave, the dominating one.
Imagine a gay couples who want kids and prefers them to be as close as possible to both moms. It has been suggested a number of prospective reproduction techniques that would either bring forth a baby who, like the baby of a straight married couples, receives half of its gene from each of its parents, or, more humbly, a baby with half of its gene from one female and a fourth from the other.
This last goal can also be reached with today's, indeed age-old, reproduction technologies by one member of the pair becoming pregant with the other' s sire, full-brother or son and bringing forth a baby who is the sire or the daughters of one sire, half-brother, sister, or sister or grandson or nephew of the other.
It is a possible patterns for a gay pair in our company and I suppose it sometimes happens. Picture a company, perhaps a non-human company in a work of destiny, for which this model is the standard. This could occur if behavioural differentials between males and females function much better than females and males.
This could happen in a race where men have never contributed much to the upbringing of children, or one that began with a patterns like ours, but where societal changes, perhaps due to technology developments, behavioural disparities between men and women over the course of times have become a serious issue for the resilience of straight married couples. However, this is not always the case.
A fictitious company of this kind can be built in various ways. On the other hand, and perhaps more interestingly, the female/female pair is connected to a male/male pair consisting of one each of the females' partners' brothers. With this latter type, the married couple's offspring are as close to the manly pair - their "fathers" - as to their mother, with each infant receiving half of their gene from one parent and a fourth from the other.
This indicates the possible involvement of mm pairs in the upbringing of children. In case the specie does not care for its young, perhaps masculine descendants, they go directly to the mm-pair, feminine to the ff. Or, if the difference between men and women in their lifestyles makes boys more convenient for men in one part of the year and women in another part of the year, the outcome could be a time-sharing parenthood.
A characteristic of the sturdy structures I have described is that all the sons and daughters of a wife will be full sisters, as they are all conceived by the same twin sister's sibling. Women need to find a mate for themselves who has a twin sister who is a match for one of their mates.
but in fictitious cases gayness is an option. You may have some or both of those bindings in the ff pair, the mm pair. It begins with a succesful writer inspired by Leslie Charteris (The Holy Books) or Mickey Spillane.
He' is an undying or almost undying storyteller who, to hide his character, changes his identity every fifty years. Because of his particular talent, all identity stories are storytellers, which vary according to different cultures, but are always more common than literature.