Operation: Matriarchy Born

Busy Buka makes yet another new game announcement, for an upcoming first-person shooter called Operation: Matriarchy in development at MADia, due in first quarter 2005, in the first game press release we can ever recall that uses the phrase "the weaker sex." Here goes:
A planet-wide epidemic caused by an extraterrestrial virus totally changed all women of the planet of Velian. Their bodies transformed to become parts of collective intelligence, presumably controlled by some non-humanoid creatures. The Velian men proved to be resistant to the virus, but they lost their status of free intelligent beings and only existed as suppliers of biomaterial for further gene experimentation and as parts of complex biomechanical systems. The society became now a kind of matriarchal hive.
The Galactic Federation lost several dozens of transports due to enemy attacks in the second half of the 24th century. A deep analysis of the situation made it clear that the aggressor comes from the Velian star system. It is there that the Federation is sending an expeditionary corps to destroy the hostile civilization that threatens the very existence of the human race and to investigate the fate of the missing colonists.
You are a trooper of the government army sent with the expeditionary force to attack Velian. As you accomplish missions given to you at the headquarters, you get new opportunities in selection of weapons and military equipment. Each mission will also get you closer to the secret of the origin of the Velian anomaly of the human race.

*Key Features:*

    · The hero can use several types of the armored space suit for short-time flights with diverse attached implements;
    · Your main enemies will be the mutated representatives of the weaker sex;
    · Support of multiplayer gaming via LAN and the Internet;
    · Terrific 3D action in the future of our Universe;
    · 16 types of fantastic deadly weapons;
    · Over 20 intensive levels;
    · Rag doll technology and true damage system (the location of the hit affects the damage type).
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http://www.musclemonthly.com/articles/000915/000915-volk-female-muscle.htm
Basically, a woman with the same amount of muscle mass as a man will be just as strong, BUT since women cannot develop the same muscle mass as men, they, generally speaking, are physically weaker than men.
Another thing is that people have to get it through their heads is that, regardless of what the constitution says, not everyone is created equally. Some people are smarter, some are shorter, some are more artistic, some can't lose weight easily while others can't gain weight no matter how much they eat.
Men and women are NOT the same, either. Period. Cry as much as you want; it won't make a difference.
The following examples are generally true:
Men are taller than women.
Women weigh less.
Men have 50% more total muscle mass.
Women have about 10% more body fat than men.
Women have less bone structure than men, but their pelvis is wider.
Men can pump more blood through the heart than women due to a 25% larger heart in men.
Women are more flexible.
Etcetera.
The list goes on and on. And that's just the physical aspect of the differences. Then, you have the psychological, chemical, and other differences. The point is: We're different. Get over it.

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