Women had become non-existent... They had died out... A unique epidemic effecting their gender only wiping them out. Years and years had passed, yet somehow the human race had managed to survive on. Males had developed in a unique way and could now bear children as well. They had a different kind of womb than a woman would... And could only bear males. It had been hundred of years since the last female had died out... But life went on. The world was, for the most part, still in a normal state of affairs. It was in this world that Jack Hale lived. He was considered attractive, though not overly so. He was fair skinned, and tended to avoid going out in the day all that often. Long hair, falling down just past his crotch, as he kept it worn over his shoulder in a braid. The hair was brown, though tinged with a beautiful red shade, especially when the light shown down on it. His eyes were large, with long lashes, and a soft blue-gray color. He certainly looked a bit different than most of the guys where he lived. Jack wore simple clothing year round, however, with the arrival of fall, he had switched to wearing a pair of blue jeans rather than shorts. A black t-shirt covered his front, covered in turn by a blue short sleeved button up shirt. He wasn’t all into fashions and whatnot like most people were... He just lived his life as he felt was right to. Jack was twenty years old, his birthday coming up next month. College life had begun for him again, which was of course exciting. Writing was his forte, so he took classes revolving around it, hoping to one day land a journalist career while, on the side, he worked on a novel. Blue-gray eyes would take in the scene of the small town he lived in, passing some stores. It was a Saturday, a time for rest. Coming to a small cafe he liked Jack would go inside, ordering a latte with extra shots of flavor, before walking back outside and sitting at one of the tables. The weather was still nice enough that you could eat outside at places that offered it. It was definitely going to be something that he missed during the coming winter months.