History Main / GenderCide

4th Apr '17 11:36:45 AM lalaTKG
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* It's only seen in the [[AllThereInTheManual titles of the soundtrack songs]], but this was apparently done to men after a sex-based civil war/armed rebellion in the backstory of ''{Anime/{Simoun}}'':

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* It's only seen in the [[AllThereInTheManual titles of the soundtrack songs]], but this was apparently done to men after a sex-based civil war/armed rebellion in the backstory of ''{Anime/{Simoun}}'':''Anime/{{Simoun}}'':
17th Mar '17 10:38:57 PM WanderingBrowser
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* In Creator/DavidBrin's ''Glory Season'', a space ship of feminist colonists goes to a far, far away planet in order to create a perfect society. The women are in charge, and whenever one of them finds their 'niche' in society, they clone themselves over and over. There are men left alive, because the scientists knew that if their society was completely stagnant, eventually something would kill them. So, there's the clone children, or "winter children" who are the majority of the population, and then "summer children" who are born when men who have proven themselves useful get to vent their genetically suppressed lusts during the summer. The summer children are also called "variants", and the protaganists goal through the book is to find her 'niche' and be allowed to have a clone child.

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* In Creator/DavidBrin's ''Glory Season'', a space ship of feminist colonists goes to a far, far away planet in order to create a perfect society. The women are in charge, and whenever one of them finds their 'niche' in society, they clone themselves over and over. There are men left alive, because the scientists knew that if their society was completely stagnant, eventually something would kill them. So, there's the clone children, or "winter children" who are the majority of the population, and then "summer children" who are born when men who have proven themselves useful get to vent their genetically suppressed lusts during the summer. The summer children are also called "variants", and the protaganists protagonist's goal through the book is to find her 'niche' and be allowed to have a clone child.



* ''Literature/DyingOfTheLight'': It's theorized (and nothing is shown to contradict it) that this happened to High Kavalaan a long time ago, having massive effects on Kavalar society. The grieving widowers started to join into pairings called ''[[HeterosexualLifePartners teyns]]'', while women eventually came community breeders, kept in the securest parts of caves to avoid the plague. After a few generations, it congealed into a rather misogynistic society.

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* ''Literature/DyingOfTheLight'': It's theorized (and nothing is shown to contradict it) that this happened to High Kavalaan a long time ago, having massive effects on Kavalar society. The grieving widowers started to join into pairings called ''[[HeterosexualLifePartners teyns]]'', while women eventually came became community breeders, kept in the securest parts of caves to avoid the plague. After a few generations, it congealed into a rather misogynistic society.


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* In the ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' "End Times" sourcebook for the original ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' run, various methods of having one or more Tribes fall to [[BigBad the Wyrm]] were given. As one of those Tribes were the [[StrawFeminist Black Furies]], naturally, their plot hook involved finally snapping at human misogyny, real and perceived, and rising up en-masse to massacre human males with the intent of reducing them to a small minority and thus allowing women to become the socially dominant sex.
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1st Jan '17 5:35:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* The N64 game ''BattleTanx'' starts when a virus kills 99.9% of the women in Earth; the remaining ladies are promoted to living goddesses, the countries start fighting for other quarantine zones, and they finally engage in nuclear war. The protagonist Griffin Spade, who lives in New York, has his fiancée taken away by the government, so he seizes an M1 Abrams tank and sets out to travel across the USA to find her. In the sequel, it's revealed [[spoiler:that an insane psychic named Cassandra created the plague, killing all women except those capable of PsychicPowers]].

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* The N64 game ''BattleTanx'' ''VideoGame/BattleTanx'' starts when a virus kills 99.9% of the women in Earth; the remaining ladies are promoted to living goddesses, the countries start fighting for other quarantine zones, and they finally engage in nuclear war. The protagonist Griffin Spade, who lives in New York, has his fiancée taken away by the government, so he seizes an M1 Abrams tank and sets out to travel across the USA to find her. In the sequel, it's revealed [[spoiler:that an insane psychic named Cassandra created the plague, killing all women except those capable of PsychicPowers]].



* The [[AllThereInTheManual backstory]] of ''SwordOfTheStars'' describe the Morrigi as having barely survived through one of these: In Morrigi society, only females spend their whole life planetside while the males live almost entirely on starships. Due to a grueling centuries-long war with an unknown space-faring race, the entire Morrigi starfleet was all but wiped out and left what was left of the species (which wasn't much) with a 10-to-1 female/male ratio.

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* The [[AllThereInTheManual backstory]] of ''SwordOfTheStars'' ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'' describe the Morrigi as having barely survived through one of these: In Morrigi society, only females spend their whole life planetside while the males live almost entirely on starships. Due to a grueling centuries-long war with an unknown space-faring race, the entire Morrigi starfleet was all but wiped out and left what was left of the species (which wasn't much) with a 10-to-1 female/male ratio.
20th Nov '16 8:01:00 AM Az_Tech341
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* OlderThanDirt: already pre-Biblical sources insist that [[HumansAreBastards in the human history]] it has been customary for a conqueror to kill all adult males, [[GroinAttack castrate all young boys]] and [[SexSlave take all women as sex slaves]]. Men are expendable.

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* OlderThanDirt: already pre-Biblical sources insist that [[HumansAreBastards in the human history]] it has been customary for a conqueror to kill all adult males, [[GroinAttack castrate all young boys]] and [[SexSlave take all women as sex slaves]]. [[MenAreTheExpendableGender Men are expendable.expendable]].
24th Oct '16 4:37:15 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Oct '16 9:32:47 AM Mullon
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* One [=DnD=] story posted on [[ImageBoards /tg/]] featured a sociopathic, [[DoesNotLikeMen misandrist]] tiefling bard swaying an elven queen into almost doing this. Before being [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome killed by the party's (male) barbarian and (female) fighter.]]

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* One [=DnD=] story posted on [[ImageBoards [[Website/FourChan /tg/]] featured a sociopathic, [[DoesNotLikeMen misandrist]] tiefling bard swaying an elven queen into almost doing this. Before being [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome killed by the party's (male) barbarian and (female) fighter.]]
6th Sep '16 2:39:43 PM smalltime
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' episode "Evil Bouquets Are Sooo Passe" the villain's plot is to eliminate all males on the planet, [[EvilIsPetty just because she was rejected by one guy]].
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]].
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