Kenken: Believe it or not, Chu, there is yet another way we can use Lady Galadriel to explain advanced genders! As stated in the last lesson, her mother named her “Nerwen”. Do you remember what that means?
Chu: It means “man-maiden”!
Kenken: That’s right, it means man-maiden. Well done, Chu! Now, in a world where everything is pretty binary, men sire children, and women give birth to children. In a galaxy far, far away; that’s not necessarily true. Mandalorians, whom we took inspiration for our Calemir’ade philosophy, have a word for male and female―”jagyc” and “dalyc”―but not a word for man and woman. Cui ogir’olar! It’s irrelevant―especially in battle, which is what Mandolorians love to do! They love it a little too much, but every culture has its problems. So, Chu, what do you suppose would be the difference between “jagyc” and “dalyc”, and “man” and “woman”?
In a Mystery Dungeon-style AU featuing fusion Pokémon, Team Fusion leader Sophia stays behind to care for their teammate Roquelle. That leaves Muddy and J on their on their own to rescue Wy-Lopmon from Heatmor Hills!
The Inmara (they/them) are queer authors. I asked them about themselves and their content, as well as content they’ve has been enjoying recently. You can check out the Inmara at the links at the end of the interview.