History Main / Gendercide

17th Jan '16 4:35:39 PM nombretomado
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* The [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Syreen]] from ''StarControl 2'' had a mirrored version happening to them: when their entire home planet was suddenly turned into a LethalLavaLand, the few survivors were the species' budding space force... which was overwhelmingly female. At one point they state that they number 10,000 women to 500 men, so the species can likely survive if they're careful about breeding for a while.
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* The [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Syreen]] from ''StarControl 2'' ''VideoGame/StarControlII'' had a mirrored version happening to them: when their entire home planet was suddenly turned into a LethalLavaLand, the few survivors were the species' budding space force... which was overwhelmingly female. At one point they state that they number 10,000 women to 500 men, so the species can likely survive if they're careful about breeding for a while.
1st Jan '16 7:05:20 PM 0nyx
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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.
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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.men, women who are usually North Korean defectors.
26th Dec '15 8:48:11 PM jormis29
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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 ''{{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 ''{{Simoun}}'':''{Anime/{Simoun}}'':
11th Dec '15 4:42:11 PM nombretomado
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* It's said in ''YuGiOh5Ds'' that [[spoiler:only Z-one, Antinomy, Paradox and Aporia are the only survivors in the future where the Machine Emporers has killed the human race. All four of them are male.]]
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* It's said in ''YuGiOh5Ds'' ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' that [[spoiler:only Z-one, Antinomy, Paradox and Aporia are the only survivors in the future where the Machine Emporers has killed the human race. All four of them are male.]]
7th Dec '15 3:16:08 PM DeckardCanine
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* In a parallel world within ''Webcomic/SkinHorse'', a HatePlague had turned women's lusts on their heads so they'd kill men (mostly). The plague has ended, and few men survive.
14th Nov '15 2:16:48 AM jormis29
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* In ''ComicBook/OdyC'', a space opera retelling of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'', Zeus destroyed all men in the universe, and forbade the creation of new ones, for fear that one of them would father a child who would overthrow Zeus the way Zeus overthrew his/her father Cronus. (The Olympians don't both with restrictive mortal concepts like the gender binary.) As a result, most of the characters are female, including the protagonist Odyssia, or "sebex", a new gender created by the comic's version of Prometheus. In keeping with the trope, and a Greek-Mythology-inspired story about a ruler who takes extreme measures to avoid being overthrown, it's revealed early on that man-kind is not ''entirely'' extinct.
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* In ''ComicBook/OdyC'', a space opera retelling of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'', Zeus destroyed all men in the universe, and forbade the creation of new ones, for fear that one of them would father a child who would overthrow Zeus the way Zeus overthrew his/her father Cronus. (The Olympians don't both bother with restrictive mortal concepts like the gender binary.) As a result, most of the characters are female, including the protagonist Odyssia, or "sebex", a new gender created by the comic's version of Prometheus. In keeping with the trope, and a Greek-Mythology-inspired story about a ruler who takes extreme measures to avoid being overthrown, it's revealed early on that man-kind is not ''entirely'' extinct.
13th Nov '15 6:02:32 PM ultimomant
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* ''Literature/{{Gate}}'': In one arc, the heroes come across a village that has been ravaged by a plague that only affects women. To make matters worse, those killed by the disease rise again as zombies.
17th Oct '15 10:45:35 AM Mullon
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* ''VideoGame/{{Lisa}}'' takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where an event only ever referred to as "The Great White Flash" has wiped out all but one woman.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Lisa}}'' takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where an event only ever referred to as "The Great White Flash" has wiped out all but one woman. Civilization has completely collapsed and the surviving population have become suicidal or homicidal.
7th Oct '15 8:53:36 PM PaulA
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* The entire premise of ''[[YTheLastMan Y:The Last Man]]''. A [[ShowWithinAShow Comic Within The Comic]], made by a female survivor, tells the gender-reversed version.
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* The entire premise of ''[[YTheLastMan Y:The Last Man]]''.''ComicBook/YTheLastMan''. A [[ShowWithinAShow Comic Within The Comic]], made by a female survivor, tells the gender-reversed version.

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* The entire premise In ''ComicBook/OdyC'', a space opera retelling of ''[[YTheLastMan Y:The Last Man]]''. A [[ShowWithinAShow Comic Within The Comic]], made by a female survivor, tells ''Literature/TheOdyssey'', Zeus destroyed all men in the gender-reversed version.universe, and forbade the creation of new ones, for fear that one of them would father a child who would overthrow Zeus the way Zeus overthrew his/her father Cronus. (The Olympians don't both with restrictive mortal concepts like the gender binary.) As a result, most of the characters are female, including the protagonist Odyssia, or "sebex", a new gender created by the comic's version of Prometheus. In keeping with the trope, and a Greek-Mythology-inspired story about a ruler who takes extreme measures to avoid being overthrown, it's revealed early on that man-kind is not ''entirely'' extinct.
3rd Oct '15 7:18:35 AM tropelion
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Some [[StrawFeminist hard-line feminist]] authors might create this kind of story as a [[MarySueTopia utopian vision]], in line with their view that [[TheUnfairSex men are the root cause of all the ills of society]]. Some ''anti''-feminist authors might create exactly the same kind of story to produce a dystopia, to show that ''feminists'', or even women, are the cause of all the ills of society. Still others take the stance that ''humans'' are the cause of most human problems, and that if men aren't calling the shots, women will still make the same short-sighted and foolish decisions (at best, ''all new'' short-sighted and foolish decisions). The total collapse of society in these cases is not because of some inherent flaw in female leadership, but because three-and-a-half billion people just died all at once, with all the problems that causes. Either way, the dirty secret of these stories is that they're usually there to impart some [[WriterOnBoard political message]], sometimes subtle and unobjectionable, [[{{Anvilicious}} sometimes not]].
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Some [[StrawFeminist hard-line feminist]] authors might create this kind of story as a [[MarySueTopia utopian vision]], in line with their view that [[TheUnfairSex men are the root cause of all the ills of society]]. Some ''anti''-feminist authors might create exactly the same kind of story to produce a dystopia, to show that women, or just ''feminists'', or even women, are the cause of all the ills of society. Still others take the stance that ''humans'' are the cause of most human problems, and that if men aren't calling the shots, women will still make the same short-sighted and foolish decisions (at best, ''all new'' short-sighted and foolish decisions). The total collapse of society in these cases is not because of some inherent flaw in female leadership, but because three-and-a-half billion people just died all at once, with all the problems that causes. Either way, the dirty secret of these stories is that they're usually there to impart some [[WriterOnBoard political message]], sometimes subtle and unobjectionable, [[{{Anvilicious}} sometimes not]].
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