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15th Apr '16 3:56:18 PM Morgenthaler
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* In Joe Haldeman's ''TheForeverWar'', the Earth's government officially encouraged homosexuality ("homolife") to promote PopulationControl, which had caused worldwide food wars; eventually, they eliminated heterosexual reproduction altogether and employed cloning to perpetuate (and change) the species. With the time dilation the protagonist experiences he eventually ends up as one of the few heterosexuals and is regarded as aberrant.

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* In Joe Haldeman's ''TheForeverWar'', ''Literature/TheForeverWar'', the Earth's government officially encouraged homosexuality ("homolife") to promote PopulationControl, which had caused worldwide food wars; eventually, they eliminated heterosexual reproduction altogether and employed cloning to perpetuate (and change) the species. With the time dilation the protagonist experiences he eventually ends up as one of the few heterosexuals and is regarded as aberrant.



* In one episode of BarneyMiller, a man claiming to be a time-traveller is arrested. He says that in the future (he doesn't specify when exactly), the government encourages homosexuality as a way of keeping the population down.

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* In one episode of BarneyMiller, ''Series/BarneyMiller'', a man claiming to be a time-traveller is arrested. He says that in the future (he doesn't specify when exactly), the government encourages homosexuality as a way of keeping the population down.
23rd Nov '15 6:22:26 PM randomtroper89
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* While it's not exactly encouraged directly, the wizards of Literature/{{Discworld}} (who are forbidden to reproduce as a means of preventing [[MagicalSeventhSon sourcery]]) apparently ''are'' willing to tolerate homosexuality among their fellows.

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* While it's not exactly encouraged directly, the wizards of Literature/{{Discworld}} (who are forbidden to reproduce as a means of preventing [[MagicalSeventhSon sourcery]]) apparently ''are'' are willing to tolerate homosexuality among their fellows.



* In "A Brother's Price" by Wen Spencer, heterosexual sex is allowed, but next to impossible for unmarried women, as men are so scarce. This leads to female prostitutes who try to appear as masculine as possible so attract female customers.


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* In "A Brother's Price" ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'' by Wen Spencer, heterosexual sex is allowed, but next to impossible for unmarried women, as men are so scarce. This leads to female prostitutes who try to appear as masculine as possible so attract female customers.

9th Feb '15 7:43:42 AM Gowan
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* In "A Brother's Price" by Wen Spencer, heterosexual sex is allowed, but next to impossible for unmarried women, as men are so scarce. This leads to female prostitutes who try to appear as masculine as possible so attract female customers.

25th Aug '14 4:29:18 PM nitpickeryandsuch
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* ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'' uses the trope, but only among children and not for population control reasons. Instead, it's expected that teenagers below a certain age will have sexual relationships within their own gender until they're teamed with a student of the opposite gender "for schoolwork purposes," at which point they're permitted to enter into opposite-sex relationships. This is done because the fact that EveryoneIsBi is part of Kamisu 66' social control system, or as one infodump puts it, "the society of love."

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* ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'' uses the trope, but only among children and not for population control reasons. Instead, it's expected that teenagers below a certain age will have sexual relationships within their own gender until they're teamed with a student of the opposite gender "for schoolwork purposes," at which point they're permitted to enter into opposite-sex relationships. This is done because the fact that EveryoneIsBi is part of Kamisu 66' 66's social control system, or as one infodump puts it, "the society of love."
2nd Jun '14 8:14:57 AM AccidentalTroper
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* In one episode of BarneyMiller, a man claiming to be a time-traveller is arrested. He says that in the future (he doesn't specify when exactly), the government encourages homosexuality as a way of keeping the population down.
18th Dec '13 1:46:37 PM johnnye
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3rd Dec '13 12:41:38 PM Ramidel
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* ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'' uses the trope, but only among children and not for population control reasons. Instead, it's expected that teenagers below a certain age will have sexual relationships within their own gender until they're teamed with a student of the opposite gender "for schoolwork purposes," at which point they're permitted to enter into opposite-sex relationships. This is done because the fact that EveryoneIsBi is part of Kamisu 66' social control system, or as one infodump puts it, "the society of love."
21st Apr '13 4:28:30 PM Thenakedcat
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18th Dec '12 5:43:41 AM Mooncalf
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* In ''FalloutEquestria'', the Pegasus Enclave encourage homosexual relationships in order to keep population numbers down.
26th Oct '12 9:43:51 PM nombretomado
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* In LRonHubbard's ''Mission Earth'' dekalogy, the Rockecenter Corporation (which secretly controls the world) promotes homosexuality as "psychiatric birth control."

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* In LRonHubbard's Creator/LRonHubbard's ''Mission Earth'' dekalogy, the Rockecenter Corporation (which secretly controls the world) promotes homosexuality as "psychiatric birth control."
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