Women's Land Anonymous 82626
What would be your job on the women's land? I would be the veterinarian. Dosing sheep with dewormers and curing cow's mastitis.
Cooking. I will make yummy vegan food for everyone.
If we’re reproducing I can help with midwifery and childcare. If we’re not, I still know first aid and can lift heavy things. I also have a talent for opening jars
I will eat you. I will be the village cannibal.
Shooting moid interlopers
im gonna be leading discussion on theory some days, making clothes from scraps other days, and making lattes whenever needed.
I will be the Women's land jestress
The Completely Unashamed Village Idiot, moisturized, flourishing, in my lane, unbothered, skin is clear, stupid, borderline retarded, drooling on the floor, free, all is well, idiot
I can provide useless trivia on art and art history. I also make a mean omelette.
I wanna grow our food!
Security. I'd fill nefarious trespassers with lead on request, or in emergencies. <:)
I’ll be the garden hermit
Resident artist, doctor as needed :P
You have those statements reversed.
Depends, is there enough accumulative wealth that a freefloating religious structure as started to emerge and it needs someone to manage it? Is there enough spare resources for a ruling class to form and request artistic pieces to be made for social signaling purposes?
the girl obsessed with collecting roahes
Not remotely. Your mind, rather.
There's only three anons claiming actual jobs in this thread.
Something to do with trade/finance because I'll have the education.
Odd labor jobs as needed because I am also big-ish and strong. Still art in my free time.>>82696
Where are the tech and math anons?
you understand this is not real and anons are just being funny right?
I'm changing my answer to tax collector and sheriff. Pay up and stay in line, serfs.
As the town psychologist, I diagnose you with autism.
After being denied a loan, tonight I will murder you and devour your flesh for sustenance.
I have no particular skills so I'll do whatever they tell me to do as long as they train me for it.
If we live on the outskirts of the commune, can we have field husbands to work the land and supply children? Obviously he'd be prohibited from ever leaving my farmstead unaccompanied, have to avoid contact with all women and never gather in groups of more than 2 with other field husbands.
Welding and carpentry. Pottery if viable. However, I come with certain drawbacks.>>82721
Okay sounds great
Basic everyday chores, canning/pickling food for the winter, setting up our own internet service so we can safely pirate media and vidya.>>82721
We'll have to take inspiration from Umoja where we can have and meet boyfriends outside our land. A.k.a keep them all in shacks a few miles away. We can still marry each other and our moids to symbolize love but they can't enter our main hub. If our crops fail and food stores spoil we can raid the single moid slave shack and have human jerky.
We could also keep moids as slaves / pets
Being a traveling moid saleswoman sounds fun
I can carry heavy shit and help with chores. Job tho? Hmmm idk. I'd take training from anyone for anything needed
join >>82719 's private police force to fend off the psycho-cannibals. We should eat moids, not each other, and only in times of need. We can easily replace them with strong moids in the spring if we raid steakhouses in nearby towns.
I can do programming, sysadmin, or software engineering stuff if necessary. Maybe working on software and databases to keep track of supplies and logistics. But also if we're retvrning to commune style living, no computers needed, more realistically I could do manual labor like construction or farming. As long as I can be taken care of in my old age when I can't do physical labor anymore.
Wow, these are a lot of really useful skills anon. Would live in a rurual village with.
I'll write the history of our people
Manual labor shit + driving so I can visit my moid on the low :^)
if time allowed for side tasks, i could sew or write and keep track of any important information. i would also cook and bake!
for my job though, id either take care of the animals, be an apothecary, or the job id love most: planning and designing beautiful architecture for the land. just figuring out what we need, gathering the people and materials needed to create it, etc.
i wish this was real! im bad at maths and i like the idea of an empty land in the past desperate of creativity and beauty. anything i made now id probably have to follow some standards of what others find attractive.
Working at a cafe or a bakery seems nice though I have no experience working with them at all.
You better be doing war paint. Make up is not very rad fem.
There will always be room for midwifery and child care in the women's land. Even if only to help the women who must temporarily escape men.>>82646
Will you wear the jingle hat I sew you?>>82696
That is kinda a shame. I come from a culture that strongly values those who contribute towards the greater good of the collective so to see all these women not playing up their skills and taking pride in their accomplishments is sad.
Ma'am, we are on crystal cafe. If we find one woman without autism here, I would be shocked.
>>82739>We could also keep moids as slaves / pets
They can't come in the actual village or else they'll moid up the place. But they can live outside the compound's walls.
Yes, I'll wear the jingliest hat if it's from you, my dear
I'll be the town's witch doctor-make herbs and potions and surgeries if must. I will curse moids and bring fortune to our members who were oppressed or were brought into the unfortunate events in result to being with a moid. >>82641
You made me laugh, anon. Kudos.
I would be the doctor, probably a General Practitioner. I always thought I wanted to be a hospital doctor but I'd be happy being a rural GP as well if I liked the community.
I want to be a sniper or warrior, killing moids who encroach upon the territory.
adding moids ruins the fantasy of a moid-free utopia
Alright ladies, we've theorized, now it's time for action:
-If you said you would be involved in cooking, make a recipe this week (something that can be made with locally grown items).
-If you said something about protecting us/killing men, do five push ups and five squats every other day. If you cannot do a proper push up, start with knee push ups. If you cannot do knee push ups, start with wall push ups.
-Sewing, I want you to repair one piece of material you own. Fix that hole in your pajamas, dog's bed, towel, etc. Before pictures strongly encouraged, but not required.
-First aid gals, research one local herb (for you) that cures/stops coughing, or one that stops bleeding from a cut.
-Construction lasses, find out what kind of wood would be best to grow so that we can harvest them and use them for lumber. Consider growth rates and how long the wood would last once cut.
-Jester, I want jokes. I want a sensible chuckle from at least two members.
It is currently May 17th. Please report back by May 24th with your successes, reports, and photos. Ladies who participate will earn a google link of this week's collected knowledge, and a drawing of our future farm animals.
What does the head of the merchant's guild do?
give out loans with extremely aggressive interest rates
I would enforce the moid curfew (from 12AM to 12AM the next day).
>>85164>-If you said something about protecting us/killing men, do five push ups and five squats every other day.
they're… going to need to do a bit more than that…
Probably the same as in real life lol what is this thread?
You gotta start small anon. Next week will include a new list of challenges and increased physical fitness goals.>>85669
Because society is infested with men, there is the idea that there should be towns/cities that are purely women. Y chromosome havers not allowed. There are already several in existence, but they are usually very spread out (less than one per state if you're in the USA) and pretty small (less then ten full time women) so not only does conscious raising need to occur, but it is time to transform theory into praxis.
I love it. Looks durable, stable, and able to withstand a variety of elements. They'll be expensive to build at first, so we'll probably end up building one every two-three years while we live in more temporarily homes. I've heard great things about shipping containers as tiny homes and it looks like to buy the shipping container and ship it to the area would be about $3,000-$6,000.
Women's Land Border Patrol (WLBP) officer.
I will take care of the illegal moids and trannoids who want to enter our motherland.
Love this thread lmao. I'd open a plushie shop where I handmake plush toys to fit your needs
You need cute? I got cute. Fluffy? I got fluffy. Sexy? I got you sis, discreet packaging
thank you brave sister!
I personally would do odd jobs and potentially apprentice under a more skilled, older woman in a useful skill like carpentry or butchery etc
I would be the head of our state and make sure everything works fine.
You've got issues, anon.
i would either help with the creation of houses, patrol to kill moids who try to intrude in our space, or help with diplomatic relations to try to expand our land and smuggle women from abusive relationships and help them run away to our land.
Anon, think about full sized plushies of our waifus/husbandos
Valerie Solanas considered moid killers to be elite members of her hypothetical female dominated utopia
So, to everyone who said they'd act as anti-moid officers, you're all queens
Expand your business to resin goods and you got yourself a customer (^_-)
I would probably cook and be a farmer. Perhaps a midwife if we manage to make a cum farm to be able to have babies.
Collector, curator, crafter. Help with designing our exterior or interiors of buildings or fixtures. Backup seamstress and translate books to our (new female only?) mother language in my free time. Aloe plant farmer and distributer! Beekeeper and seasonally make a special honey-milk from my bees and oats or almonds or something.
What kind of an economic system would we have?
Good old fashioned libertarian capitalism is the ideal, but with the wide/uneven distribution of skills and lack of widespread industrialised agriculture, it's probably going to end up with most people living in poverty and some starving to death, while the handful of people who drive the economy flourishing. It'd also make us incredibly susceptible to outside influence.
A planned central economy could work in such a small community, but that kind of predominantly agrarian communism is pretty harsh, and with such a small population there would be no room for personal liberty or changing professions. More worryingly is that a commune central economy requires a bureaucrat class to manage the distribution of goods and labour, then a political class on top to manage the bureaucrats on behalf of the workers.
Maybe something akin to a socialist direct democracy? Agricultural producers are assisted by those with necessary professions for free, and in return produce a cheaper product, with a portion contributed to a central resource stockpile to redistribute to those with skills or circumstances which would leave them hungry. The political machinery is unpaid, voluntary, transparent and public in the form of open documentation, town meetings and forum votes.
As already stated in the thread we have bankers. It's libertarian capitalism.
Alright I'll throw my hat in the ring. First off if this is going to be a thing we would have to settle in a place with a lot of flat land, so our options are as expand as they can be i.e. agriculture, construction etc, my guess would be somewhere in the US and in regards to >>83755
having separate land for moids just begs for either conflict or word getting out I would suggest a structure around them i.e. they have they're own compound within our compound if that makes any sense. For any of those farmer anons I would suggest you look into aquaponics.
>>88579>old fashioned libertarian capitalism
No way, though we would be subjected to outside capitalistic forces (I would still have to pay the taxes on the land for example) this would be much more communally socialist. You figure even the biggest women's lands in existence top out at 60 people, so I can't really see us being the exception an getting much bigger than that.
I would do childcare, teaching, or work with food. I work in STEM but I'd much prefer to do things that make me feel like I'm taking care of people.>>88579
I can't see anything but a system with pooled resources working out. Small communities that don't want to rely on outsiders can't function with rugged capitalism. >>87848
Be my gf
If we have children, I would like to be a teacher or childminder. If not, I would like to train new arrivals to the island. That probably wouldn't happen often so in the meantime, I'd just help where needed harvesting fruit and veggies, ordering building supplies for the builder anons, taking some shifts at our local shop and working at our little hospital's reception area.
It would also be cool to start working on creating a local museum which documents our history. I would probably have to get anons to donate tools, event leaflets, newspapers etc. It would also have an upper level for event spaces and little rooms that artists can rent to showcase their work or use as a quiet workshop.
What kind of things can you train us to do?
Gardening, cooking, laundry, and/or childcare
i'd like to learn woodworking and how to be an electrician
im decent at woodworking so probably that. i cannot measure for my life so will need help with that </3
id be a farmer or gardener of some sorts harvesting our food. its my background since i live in rural USA and its what would bring me the most joy