History Main / GenderCide

20th Aug '16 9:23:23 AM nombretomado
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* The first story arc of ''TheDragonDoctors'' has them investigating a valley where men can't exist--if any go in there, they become permanently female, so the population of the valley is effectively suffering from this trope despite nobody technically dying.

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* The first story arc of ''TheDragonDoctors'' ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' has them investigating a valley where men can't exist--if any go in there, they become permanently female, so the population of the valley is effectively suffering from this trope despite nobody technically dying.
18th Aug '16 2:47:32 PM UnknownQuantity
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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple amid great controversy. They marry and get pregnant with the help of reproductive technology, but the child's gender is not revealed]].

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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, mockumentary ''No Men Beyond This Point'', Point'' is set in an alternative alternate universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple amid great controversy. They marry and get pregnant with the help of reproductive technology, but the child's gender is not revealed]].
18th Aug '16 2:46:52 PM UnknownQuantity
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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple amid a storm of controversy. They marry and get pregnant, but whether the gender of the child is not revealed]].

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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple amid a storm of great controversy. They marry and get pregnant, pregnant with the help of reproductive technology, but whether the child's gender of the child is not revealed]].
18th Aug '16 2:43:18 PM UnknownQuantity
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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple and has a child with her admit a storm of controversy]].

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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple and has a child with her admit amid a storm of controversy]].controversy. They marry and get pregnant, but whether the gender of the child is not revealed]].
18th Aug '16 2:38:00 PM UnknownQuantity
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* The 2015 Canadian mockumentary, ''No Men Beyond This Point'', is set in an alternative universe in which women spontaneously began exhibiting parthenogenic pregnancies that only produced daughters in the 1950s. Over the next few decades, male births declined and traditional human reproduction became obsolete, and society converted to a [[LadyLand gynocentric]] [[OneWorldOrder one-world government]], with the remaining men being shunted off to "sanctuaries" to live out their lives. The mockumentary follows the youngest man in the world, a 37-year-old from Vancouver who works as domestic help to a female couple and their six daughters, [[spoiler:and eventually falls in love with one half of the couple and has a child with her admit a storm of controversy]].
17th Jul '16 1:22:36 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Literature/SecondApocalypse'': Before the first Apocalypse, the Inchoroi offered to make the Nonmen immortal by using their Tekne. However, soon afterwards, the Womb Plague swept through the Nonmen population and killed all of the females. The remaining men were left immortal and with a shattered, forever stagnant society. They slowly succumbed to madness and the FogOfAges over the following millennia.
24th Jun '16 9:47:34 PM MagwitchOo
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** This results in a social problem for men too: it means that there is a perpetual drought of females for spouses. And unfortunately, this problem is "solved" by trafficking women from other countries who are forced into marriage to these men, women who are usually North Korean defectors.

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** This results in a social problem for men too: it means that there is a perpetual drought of females for spouses. And unfortunately, this problem is "solved" by trafficking women from other countries who are forced into marriage to these men, women who are usually North Korean defectors. The Family Planning Policy was enforced through a financial penalty in the form of the "social child-raising fee" which is a percentage of the annual income.
** The rules have since been relaxed so that families are allowed to apply to have a second child if they live away from densely populated urban areas. As of 2007, only 35.9% of the population were subject to a strict one-child limit. 52.9% were permitted to have a second child if their first-born was a daughter; 9.6% of Chinese couples were permitted two children regardless of their gender; and 1.6% had no limit at all.
15th Jun '16 10:00:36 AM TheLeondude
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* Due to his irrational hatred of girls, [[WebAnimation/TheAutisticWorldOfTheAutist Brian]] attempted to do this in one episode in an attempt to do a FinalSolution. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It doesn't work as well as he hoped]].
10th Jun '16 1:55:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Margaret Atwood's ''[[TheHandmaidsTale The Handmaid's Tale]]'' plays with a variant of this, in which 95% of all women were rendered sterile by a plague. This leads--in America at least--to a [[CorruptChurch rigid theocracy]] which virtually enslaves the few remaining fertile women. The men are also frequently sterile but the theocracy insists that failure to produce children is the fault of women. This leads to handmaids trying to secretly conceive children by fertile men to prevent themselves being declared barren and sent to the work camps.

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* Margaret Atwood's ''[[TheHandmaidsTale The Handmaid's Tale]]'' ''Literature/TheHandmaidsTale'' plays with a variant of this, in which 95% of all women were rendered sterile by a plague. This leads--in America at least--to a [[CorruptChurch rigid theocracy]] which virtually enslaves the few remaining fertile women. The men are also frequently sterile but the theocracy insists that failure to produce children is the fault of women. This leads to handmaids trying to secretly conceive children by fertile men to prevent themselves being declared barren and sent to the work camps.



* In ''[[TheVampireChronicles The Queen of The Damned]]'' the titular {{vampire}} attempts this with males. [[PersonOfMassDestruction By her own power.]] [[{{Squick}} Or worse]]. A bunch of boys and girls who are just entering puberty, and no adult supervision? And yes, that was the official reason for the lack of girls.

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* In ''[[TheVampireChronicles ''[[Literature/TheVampireChronicles The Queen of The Damned]]'' the titular {{vampire}} attempts this with males. [[PersonOfMassDestruction By her own power.]] [[{{Squick}} Or worse]]. A bunch of boys and girls who are just entering puberty, and no adult supervision? And yes, that was the official reason for the lack of girls.
7th Jun '16 6:58:57 PM Doug86
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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne saw the deaths of ten million soldiers -- all of them male -- and six million civilians. Given equal distribution of civilian casualties by gender, that's over four men killed for every woman. When Europe tried to pick up the pieces after the war was over, they were faced with a plethora of women and a dearth of men.

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* UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne UsefulNotes/WorldWarI saw the deaths of ten million soldiers -- all of them male -- and six million civilians. Given equal distribution of civilian casualties by gender, that's over four men killed for every woman. When Europe tried to pick up the pieces after the war was over, they were faced with a plethora of women and a dearth of men.



* By contrast, UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo killed approximately sixty million people. Twenty-five million were soldiers (overwhelmingly male, although not ''entirely'' so this time around[[note]]The Soviet Union, being founded on an ideology that called for gender equality, also had female soldiers - although they were much fewer than the men.[[/note]]), while around thirty-five million were civilians. Again, given equal male and female civilian deaths, that means a little over two men dead per woman.

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* By contrast, UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo UsefulNotes/WorldWarII killed approximately sixty million people. Twenty-five million were soldiers (overwhelmingly male, although not ''entirely'' so this time around[[note]]The Soviet Union, being founded on an ideology that called for gender equality, also had female soldiers - although they were much fewer than the men.[[/note]]), while around thirty-five million were civilians. Again, given equal male and female civilian deaths, that means a little over two men dead per woman.
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