[LMB] A Herm question

Damien Sullivan phoenix at mindstalk.net
Tue Jan 15 16:08:24 GMT 2019

On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 10:30:13AM -0500, Fred Smith wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 11:16:34AM +0800, Sharon Micenko wrote:
> > I’ve considered that, too.  Mum/mom/da/dad come from non-verbal baby babble. Pick a sound, any sound, maybe? For convenience, none of the other sounds we actually use, like Ba or Boo or nan. Would both parents have the same name, though? Perhaps they just use their given names.
> > 
> > Sharon
> or for those of us with more traditional leanings, the herm who bore
> the pregnancy could be mother (mum, mom, ma, mama, etc) while the sperm
> donor could be father (dad da daddy, papa, pop, etc).

High chance the pregnancy was in a replicator.  You could still have egg
and sperm donor -- though at the high end of biotech, there could *not*
be, too, just two gene donors into an egg.  (Think two Betan men having
a child.)

-xx- Damien X-) 

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