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PostSubject: Akeeans as a matriarchal society.   Mon 02 Nov 2009, 3:55 am

I just thought I would throw that out there, since nothing is done on the Akeeans yet. Most birds of prey, according to wikipedia, have significantly larger females than males and I thought it would be interesting if that was reflected in the federation's military and society.

Females, for example, would form the bulk of the military and hold many of the key positions within the Federation while males would play a far more subservient role, owing the militaristic nature of the society.
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PostSubject: Re: Akeeans as a matriarchal society.   Mon 02 Nov 2009, 1:00 pm

Sounds interesting. You can proceed to elaborate on the Akeean's matriarchal trait. I like to hear more, for example, how is this characteristic is reflected in politics, economics, the household and interaction between individuals and/or groups.

Bear in mind, Akeeans are fiercely loyal to their city-states and each of them keep a standing army of their own. The Federal government functions very much only to enforce economic standards, an arbitrator between the cities and keeping of a non-threatening standingFederal army.
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