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a.1.Without a woman or women.
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The artist intimates the "need for affection in a largely womanless world", and the desire for domesticity.
Moreover, genetic engineering promises the ability of creating custom-made, womanless children "from the glass: made to order by the 'gods' in the labs" (Klein, 1999, p.
Regulars at the Oxbridge Hotel donned women's clothes as they took part in a Womanless Miss World, while staff at the Lingfield Farm pub at Coulby Newham took part in a sponsored silence.