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So male fairies don't have penises? Interesting. I wonder how they reproduce.
balthasar said:
So male fairies don't have penises? Interesting. I wonder how they reproduce.
They create pollen in their [invisible] balls, and excrete it through their wings, which pollinate female fairy eggs. And little baby fairies are born.

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I was under the impression that fairies were genderless to begin with and don't have to reproduce because they're immortal.
Aurelia's explanation is...weirder, to say the least.
brigfox said:
I was under the impression that fairies were genderless to begin with and don't have to reproduce because they're immortal.
Aurelia's explanation is...weirder, to say the least.
I think that whether fairies have genders or not depends on what they're in. If the author or artist wanted them to have genders, then they do. If not, then they don't. I suppose that it's rather like angels in that in some cases, they're represented as having genders and in some cases not. In most cases, however, I would have said that fairies are represented as female. Of course, that still leaves the reproduction issue, but I don't think that we really need to get into that. Most authors certainly wouldn't. At least Aurelia's explanation is a funny one.
Oh, well, of course it all depends on the writer's idea of them, but I thought the old myths said they were genderless...then again, I may be getting my myths mixed up.
I never read the manga but happened to have the played the game on the dreamcast. Lot's of Anime2Game were dev back then. spoiler

@Aurelia: Your one sick f....
brigfox said:
Oh, well, of course it all depends on the writer's idea of them, but I thought the old myths said they were genderless...then again, I may be getting my myths mixed up.
I'm afraid that I don't know what the myths generally say, but it's not like myths are generally known for consistency in any case. It's quite possible that the myths generally label them as genderless, but I don't know. Certainly, almost all cases of fairies that I've run into in any kind of media make them female.