Been playing around with an idea for a Sci Fi Dystopian story. Here’s the premise:
There’s a fictional world in which most of the species fits into one of two types, the “life givers” and the “non life givers.” The life givers are actually able to grow new life forms inside their body. The non life givers, or NLGs, have a small role in to play in the initial inception of the new life forms, but the life givers, LGs, turn their bodies into hosts for the new life form for almost a year, and use a considerable amount of their strength to nurture and grow the new life.
But, instead of revering the power of the LGs, the NLGs try to control and repress the LGs. There are committees and panels made up of primarily NLGs to decide the fate of the LGs. Despite the immense power the LGs posess in their bodies, or perhaps, because of it, the NLGs make laws that take away the LGs’ control of their own bodies. They dictate that the LGs have little or no say in when they create life, and they are not free to use their powerful bodies however they choose, but should instead adhere to a code established by NLGs.
Then, I guess, the LGs rise up and over power the NLGs to take control of their own bodies and lives, but I’m not sure. How do you think it should end?
Whether it’s the days you burn more brilliant than the sun
Or the nights you collapse into my lap, curling your body
into a thousand broken questions
You are the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
I will love you when you are a still day.
I will love you when you are a hurricane.
Doctor Who’s Jenna Coleman joins the cast of BBC One’s adaptation of Death Comes To Pemberley.
Jenna will play Lydia Wickham and joins previously announced cast members Matthew Rhys (Darcy), Anna Maxwell Martin (Elizabeth) and Matthew Goode (Wickham).
Also confirmed: Trevor Eve (Sir Selwyn Hardcastle); Rebecca Front (Mrs Bennett); James Fleet (Mr Bennett); Penelope Keith (Lady Catherine de Burgh); Joanna Scanlan (Mrs Reynolds); Tom Ward (Colonel Fitzwilliam); Eleanor Tomlinson (Georgiana Darcy); and James Norton (Mr Alveston).
Moment of silence for all the kids who don’t have a dad to celebrate today with and shoutout to the hardworking moms who raised kids alone.
Audra McDonald is the Beyonce of Broadway