Do you have any plans on ever going into detail about the Change Plague? (Either in UH2 or just here in the forums?)
Jake wrote:There've been a lot of jokes about me carrying Rhonda to term via abdominal pregnancy but in all honesty, she was decanted like something outta Brave New World.
Rhonda wrote:Like I said, thing of no woman born.
Aww, I guess that blows the alternate "Rick just turned you into a girl for ten months" theory out of the water then, huh? :p
Speaking of (this is to Rick, TMR, or any future character that cares to answer), now that Ricks GBR is old hat, is it common at all (like... even in 10% of cases) for same-sex couples to change genders in order to have a baby the 'natural' way? I mean, just in general in your world.
Dear "Uncle Frank" (http://umlauthouse.comicgenesis.com/d/20041214.html
Did Rick 'help' you back then, the way he did Dr.Peggy Seuss, or are you comfortable with the body you were born with?
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Dear Liz (and Lucy for the last question as well),
As we know, back in EvilCon 2021, Dr. Lyse inflicted you with a virus that caused lesbianism and nymphomania. Some time later you went to him demanding a cure for his supposedly 'temporary' virus, as it hadn't worn off. He told you that the only way it wouldn't have was if you had fallen in love with the target.
With that in mind, my questions are three:
First, did the 'nymphomania' part ever wear off.
Second, did you ever question your sexual orientation after meeting Lucy, but before the virus?
And finally, this last question requires a little set-up:
Now, I think a lot sometimes about the nature of love and romance, of the different kinds of love and sexuallity as well. I'm sorry if this is too personal, it's just that I'm very curious, and I'm not sure how I'd feel in your situation.
` You found out at Rick's wedding that the virus Dr.Lyse gave you is still active, effectivly keeping you a lesbian even though that is not your regular orientation (or correct me if I'm wrong). That revelation made Lucy question whether your relationship was 'real' or artificial, and you assured her your love was real.
` I don't question your love. Nothing Dr.Lyse said about his virus mentioned effecting love. My question, to both of you, is this: do you ever worry that although Liz's love is real, the romantic and/or sexual part of it is not? That, without his virus, you two might be very good, very close friends, but not partners or lovers?
To me, the very idea of someone twisting my emotions, feelings, sexuality, or really any part of my personality is terrifying. If someone changed, altered, or even mutilated my body, I'd still be me; but if someone effectivly alters your mind... how could you ever trust what you yourself think and feel.
For me, at least, I don't think I could cope.
-- Cromm Cruaic