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23rd May '17 12:21:05 PM Prime32
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* Chinese [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]] are often depicted as being always male, in contrast to the always female [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenghuang fenghuang]] (a mythical bird similar to ThePhoenix).
20th May '17 3:55:21 PM nombretomado
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* The Taraks (males) and the Mejare (females) from ''{{Vandread}}''; both races (Humans that were deliberately separated by gender) reproduced by couples mixing DNA to create DesignerBabies.

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* The Taraks (males) and the Mejare (females) from ''{{Vandread}}''; ''Anime/{{Vandread}}''; both races (Humans that were deliberately separated by gender) reproduced by couples mixing DNA to create DesignerBabies.
17th May '17 7:51:33 PM nombretomado
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* The Nendo-kata are an all female race first created for Frederick Dean Herriot’s UruseiYatsura fanfic series ''The Senior Year.'' They first appeared in ''Together the Outland,'' then afterward. They've also showed up in ''UruseiYatsura - The Ishinomaki Years,'' his Ranma 1/2 stories ''Three Sisters'' and ''Like A Phoenix From The Ashes,'' plus his ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' series ''Illusions.''

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* The Nendo-kata are an all female race first created for Frederick Dean Herriot’s UruseiYatsura Manga/UruseiYatsura fanfic series ''The Senior Year.'' They first appeared in ''Together the Outland,'' then afterward. They've also showed up in ''UruseiYatsura ''Urusei Yatsura - The Ishinomaki Years,'' his Ranma 1/2 stories ''Three Sisters'' and ''Like A Phoenix From The Ashes,'' plus his ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' series ''Illusions.''
11th May '17 3:08:55 PM RobTan
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* The Gnomes in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' are all male. They apparently are supposed to have a single female "queen" which the entire tribe is married to and is presumably the mother of the younger generation, as father-son pairs of gnomes exist, but this iseems to usually be a kidnapped human woman or girl.

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* The Gnomes in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' are all male. They apparently are supposed to have a single female "queen" which the entire tribe is married to and is presumably the mother of the younger generation, as father-son pairs of gnomes exist, but this iseems seems to usually be a kidnapped human woman or girl.
9th May '17 5:06:23 PM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', dryads are females only race, leading to their ruler being TheHighQueen and their army an AmazonBrigade. It's not really explored how new dryads are born, but seeing how they're nature spirits, they probably don't need men.

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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', dryads are a females only race, leading to their ruler being TheHighQueen and their army an AmazonBrigade. It's not really explored how new dryads are born, but seeing how they're nature spirits, they probably don't need men.
9th May '17 5:05:55 PM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', dryads are female only, leading to their ruler being TheHighQueen and their army an AmazonBrigade. It's not really explored how new dryads are born, but seeing how they're nature spirits, they probably don't need men.

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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', dryads are female only, females only race, leading to their ruler being TheHighQueen and their army an AmazonBrigade. It's not really explored how new dryads are born, but seeing how they're nature spirits, they probably don't need men.
8th May '17 1:57:20 PM Golondrina
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' has the J'Naii, a species of androgynous/hermaphroditic beings. However, one identifies far more as female than male, and falls in love with Riker. As she explains, she's ''always'' felt more female than male, and is certain there are members of her race who feel the same way, or are more male than female. The ruling J'Naii, however, cannot accept this, and so have her [[{{Brainwashed}} subjected]] to "psychotectic treatment". The episode, of course, is a "[[{{Anvilicious}} thinly-veiled]]" [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything metaphor for acceptance of homosexuality and transgender identities]]. (Or, at least, [[BrokenAesop it's meant to be]].)

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' has the J'Naii, a species of androgynous/hermaphroditic beings. However, one identifies far more as female than male, and falls in love with Riker. As she explains, she's ''always'' felt more female than male, and is certain there are members of her race who feel the same way, or are more male than female. The ruling J'Naii, however, cannot accept this, and so have her [[{{Brainwashed}} subjected]] to "psychotectic treatment". The episode, of course, is a "[[{{Anvilicious}} thinly-veiled]]" [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything metaphor for acceptance of homosexuality gay and transgender identities]]. (Or, at least, [[BrokenAesop it's meant to be]].)
3rd May '17 12:38:40 PM Abodos
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** Gorons all identify as male, referring to each other as "Brother." This could be the case of identity (like ''Discworld'') rather than biological sex or they could be {{Truly Single Parent}}s, since all cases of child Gorons seen in the series only have fathers and mothers are never mentioned. The manga of Ocarina of Time has a few female Gorons that are only visibly different due to [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics long eyelashes]].

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** Gorons all identify as male, referring to each other as "Brother." This could be the case of identity (like ''Discworld'') rather than biological sex or they could be {{Truly Single Parent}}s, since all cases of child Gorons seen in the series only have fathers and mothers are never mentioned. The manga of Ocarina of Time has a few female Gorons that are only visibly different due to [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics long eyelashes]]. ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' references this ambiguity by showing that two Goron men have been allowed in the women-only Gerudo Town, and absolutely no one knows why this is, least of all the Gorons.
3rd May '17 7:35:52 AM DesertDragon
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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'' has the Qunari, which were believed to be this trope for a long time until envoys came to Seheron. Only male qunari fight as soldiers, and soldiers were the only qunari seen until a peace was struck. No female qunari has been seen prior to Inquisition.

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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'' has the Qunari, which were ''Franchise/DragonAge'':
** This was widely
believed to be this trope for a long time of the Qunari in-universe until envoys came to Seheron. Only male qunari fight as soldiers, and soldiers were the only qunari seen until a peace was struck. No female qunari has had been seen prior to Inquisition.''Inquisition.''
** The descendants of Andraste, the game's chief human deity, a Jesus/Joan of Arc analog. She had two daughters with her mortal husband, one of whom went on to have children of her own. However, Andraste's daughter only had daughters herself, and ''they'' only had daughters, and so on. But since these women married into other families, historians lost track of them through the ages.
30th Apr '17 12:57:46 PM RobTan
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* The Gnomes in ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' are all male. They apparently are supposed to have a single female "queen" which the entire tribe is married to and is presumably the mother of the younger generation, as father-son pairs of gnomes exist, but this iseems to usually be a kidnapped human woman or girl.
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