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World of Women
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In a world where 99.9% of all men were wiped out and future births only had a 0.1% chance of being male, the role of men in society became that of celebrities graciously donating their seed to the masses. With the world population declining, pregnancy has become a social status, affording women government assistance, health insurance, and citizenship should they find a man to bless them with seed. With an only 1 in a 1000 chance of finding a guy, many women will do anything it takes to get close to a man and become pregnant. And should those women bear a male, it’s like winning the lottery, the remainder of their lives set as they receive massive stipends and no responsibility but to nurture their sons. Clyburn was reincarnated into such a world. Can a former unsuccessful business man properly navigate a female-centric world full of woman who just want to use him for his seed? With an overprotective mother, two caring sisters, and the memories of another world, he might just.

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    Status: c28


    1. Decently described scenes

    2. Interesting world

    3. There is character development. (MC and others)  


    1. Gets raped several times and doesn't learn how to protect himself. Probably a plot device. 

    2. Learns magic is real and hasn't tried to learn. 

    3. Outside of the drama you find basically nothing. 

    4. The drama is too unrealistic and dumb. 


    Bunch of gangsters who steal, rape, do drugs and all that, decide that they don't want to be like that anymore because they saw the MC have s*x. Really... How exaggerated is that. The gangsters were all like "So that's what true love is like", and decide they don't want to rape people anymore. Check which chapter I stopped at. I was hoping it'd get better but this is too stupid for me.


    5. Starts making decisions based on feelings (horny ones mostly) and ignorance. Remember he's 40+ years old. 

    6. You can tell that some stuff only happens that way because the author is forcing it. 

    7-100. MC with 40+ years of experience is very VERY dumb. Tortuously so. Extremely dumb. So so dumb that I made a review. If you can't stand this and typical plot armor this is not for you. This is like one those mass produced Chinese novels but with more s*x. 

    I hope this helps save time for some of you. There should be much better stuff out there. 

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    Status: volume 2 – chapter 4

    Here's the main reason why I think this novel is poor at best: The author did not decide the tone and direction of it, and although he did have a somewhat clear idea of what he wanted in the beginning, based from the execution, it seems more like he's writing as he goes without planning anything.

    Now, the author – Whatsawhizzer – is someone with a lot of experience writing webnovels, being quite successful at least according to the number of patrons he has. I haven't read his other novels, but from the quality of his writing, I can tell he's no beginner and that his success is not unfounded. So, he clearly isn't dumb; someone unexperienced who would write their random thoughts and string them together in the form of an isekai novel. That's why it's so jarring to see the absolute mismatch of tones this has; does it want to be a dark, suspense/ psychological terror novel? Does it want to be a silly smut? A comedy? A profound political satire? Nah, let's mix them all together in the same chapter for no reason. Mind you, that many of these themes can work with each other, but not when they're just thrown into the mix without consideration for both the message you're delivering and the audience who's receiving that message. In short, it ends up reading like a confusing, rambling mess that puts off every potential audience.

    I'm fine with it being a trashy, overly-dramatic smut, but I genuinely believe that the real story the author wanted to tell was different. The dark aspect of it is what he thought should be the core message of the novel, or at least it's what I'm getting. And, holy sh*t I really liked that idea, what he attempted to say by subversing the primordial male fantasy – the last man on earth f**ks all the women – to criticize both the idea, and execution of gender roles, relationships of power in general, society, and so on. Sadly, with what I said before, with the tones being all over the place, the message gets lost. The MC condemns the unfairness of the world that oppresses men and treats them like cattle, but at the same time, he gets to f**k every woman he wants, benefitting from the same system. Then, alright, what if that was the oh-so-deep critique? On volume one the MC doesn't attempt to change or do anything against the system, in fact, he just digs his own metaphorical grave for no reason other than being a smut with dumb contrived drama. He gets raped. Oh no! How unfair the world is! Then, in the next chapter, he's just eating some girl's pu**y for no reason other than he wanted to. What I read of volume 2, however, is what I feel like it's the attempt of the author to turn that around – the MC is practicing martial arts, grew some balls, and the author shows that men aren't as oppressed as they seem, both genders take advantage and harm each other, criticizing the balance of power in gender relationships. In other words, it's not like men are bad or women are bad, there's simply sh*tty people. Unfortunately, according to the other reviews, I can't count this as the saving grace of the novel, when I can tell the author just plans to force some weird drama and some kinky s*x for no reason, and hurt the message again.

    Edit: now that I'm midway through volume 2, I can definitely say it's way more infuriating. The MC is so intentionally obtuse that it just leaves me speechless. The only source of "dark and serious" conflict in this story is derived from the MC being conveniently dumb to get him into all these problems. I seriously don't understand why the author wasted his time and talent in this. So disappointing, really.

    In short, unless you're a masochist, I can't recommend it. If you want a mindless smut to wank off to it, then there are better ones for that purpose; if you want some dark subversion of a common trope, then there are better ones for that purpose.

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    Status: V3C8

    I feel this story started out well. The plot is definitely interesting: it tries to turn the male fantasy world of "1-man-to-1000-women" on its head, painting a dark picture of the lives of characters in one such world. Its characters felt fleshed out, each having distinct personalities and motivations. The prose is well wrtten, with only the occasional grammatical error and nothing too jarring. 

    However, near the end of Volume 2 the plot started going off the rails. Characters are killed just to maintain the "mystery". Old problems are shafted aside for bigger ones. There is little to no form of resolution for the events that happen. 

    Volume 3 seems like a huge mess as well, at least till the point I read up to.

    While this story had a strong start, it seems more and more like the author has run out of ideas for how the story should progress, and is now throwing out random ideas and forcing them to fit.


    (Edit) Warning: there is NTR in Vol 1, and maybe Vol 3, depending on how you see it.


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    Status: c30

    Came for a some nice harem story, instead of s*x scenes most of time I got fed with crappy drama, cliches, and MC who tries to look smarter than typical harem MC. Spoiler: looking smarter didnt help, he's still dumb as f**k. MC is an asshole and smart (at lest tries to look smart) always but when he needs to be at least smarter than a hamster (like this situation with his sister)

    Would I recommend it? Probably no, but if you're into cringey drama, incest, shotacon and bad s*x scenes then yes, I would recommend it.

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    Status: c22

    This series is excellently written. I knida rolled my eyes at first when I saw the premise and the "s*xual content" and "smut" tags on it. Of course, smut series are always going to get a high number of views and favorable ratings. It's just human nature to like that kind of stuff, whether we like to admit it or not.

    I was genuinely surprised though when I started reading. Most smut series I've ever seen just circle around the s*xual content. This series, however, centers around exploring the premise. A premise which will inevitably generate s*xual content, but also generates a LOT of other stuff in terms of how it affects all of society.

    The effects this 99.9% female population, 0.1% male population dynamic creates are REALLY not conducive to a well functioning society. If any man ever had a fantasy of being in this scenario, this series will shatter all those fantasies and make this the last thing you would ever want to have happen to yourself. The warnings others have given about this being a very dark series are true.

    Overall, if you have the stomach for some of the genuinely darkest psychological torment you have ever experienced to the point it will literally make you sick to your stomach just reading it (I actually vomited yesterday after a binge of the unreleased chapters on the writer's site, can't say for sure whether or not what I was reading was responsible because it genuinely could be) then I would DEFINITELY recommend giving this a read. It is some of the best writing I've ever seen. The mere fact it can do that sort of thing to me in the first place means it's well written. The fact I still want to keep reading afterward means it's a very compelling story. Just go in warned, it is not going to be a pleasant ride.

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    Status: chapter 22

    Very well written s*x and a variety of characters to add flavor.

    But the MC who starts out somewhat intelligent and brings his old life experiences into it seems to disappear after a few chapters. All we're left with is the 12 year old brain which makes stupid mistake after stupid mistake.

    I get that there are mitigating factors like the f**ked up culture of the world but the frequency of bad decisions and selective ignorance is too much. Drama isn't bad. But a lack of satisfying resolutions before introducing more drama just makes this story masochistic to read.

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    Status: volume 3 - chapter 30

    What started out as a pretty cool set up quickly devolved into nonstop soap opera level drama that made little to no sense. 

    I did keep reading because I thought it was pretty funny honestly, but I cant keep forcing myself to read it anymore.


    He killed off {in my opinion} the two of the really interesting characters Ashley and Rebecca) neither got enough screen time (writing time? idk)


    The MC is unbelievably dumb: most of the sh*t he gets himself into can easily be avoided and or solved by doing one thing... LOCK THE f**kING DOORS... no matter how many times people walk in on him the MC never locks any doors. Not counting hes age from the past life his current age is like 16-17 and the dude still can't remember to lock a door.

    Go ahead and read it. Its an "interesting" read to say the least. I would honestly stop like the chapter after the whole lawsuit arc is over after that it kinda just throws logic out the window and the author just starts to throw random sh*t in for little to no reason.

    The s*x scenes are pretty good ngl

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    Status: volume two

    This story just isn't for me. That isn't to say that it's not good, though! Believe me, the characters are amazing. The discriptions are outstanding! However, the story contains a bit too much darkness in it for me to handle. Sure, I can handle a bit of darkness, but this isn't a "little" darkness. It's an astronomical amount of darkness! At least, in volume 2....

    I am not a sadist and do not enjoy the MC getting hurt, nor do I like betrayals. The story has no betrayals that are "complete betrayals", but it is on the bordering line. Everytime I read a page, I felt this uneasy feeling in my heart. It was as if I knew something bad was gonna happen. I tried to put up with the feeling for as long as I could. I knew that if I let it take over, I was going to drop the series. 

    At volume 2, everything came pouring out. I have dropped the series, but I will never forget it. This is a work of art, but not one that I completely like. Believe me, it's much better than how I write my stories. I am going to sever my ties with this series and felt like I needed to write a review. I feel my heart painfully tightening knowing that I won't ever know how this story ends. An amazing work of art, this series was.

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    Status: ch 19

    I really hate this story, MC who is really stupid and doesn't consider the consequences in the future.

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    Status: volume 3 – chapter 1

    Me after Volume 1: I'm glad all that tragic drama is out of the way so now we can get to the nice highschool harem fantasy.

    Volume 2: hold my beer.

    The author seems to think that people looking to read incest harem porn are also looking for extreme levels of dark drama.

    Spoiler Alert: we're not.

    Also, there are several significant tags that are missing: Betrayal, Bullying, Death, Misunderstandings, Naive Protagonist, Sadistic Characters, Sibling Rivalry, Torture, and probably a whole bunch more that would give a totally different impression than the current tags do.

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