May 12, 2007

The Aideenan male is historically society’s laborer and actioner, relied on for craftsmanship and toil. However, in Aideena’s matriarchal order, a man is a second class citizen.

Men serve the cause of women. Their responsibility in the culture is to assist women in procreation and to perform whatever activities further the higher position of women in Creation (universe).

Only in those institutions established for men, such as the Guild Brotherhood, can men achieve positions of influence. The catch: positions of influence are dependent on such factors as family bloodline, marriage and sponsorship by a matron.


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