Nae-Née - Birth Control: Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All

Nae-Née - Birth Control: Infallible, with Nanites and Convenience for All

by Stephanie C. Fox


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Nae-Née posits a world not unlike our own, as it confronts the major taboo of our time: the conflict between human overpopulation and the human desire to pass on one’s DNA and one’s culture.

Our planet’s ecosystem is being stressed past capacity to the brink of collapse due to biodiversity loss, rising sea levels, floods, droughts, overdependence on fossil fuels, and the climate changes that drive all that.

In short, the human species is in dire trouble due to overpopulation – its own.

No one seems remotely inclined to sacrifice any comfort or control over their habits in order to save the environment and ultimately their own future existence, happiness, or sense of purpose.

But there is a significant difference: nanite technology has advanced sufficiently to be of actual, practical use to physicians and scientists.

Nae-Née is a safe, reliable, user-friendly form of birth control. It is a microscopic nanite – a little robot. It contains a life-time supply of super-concentrated RU486, which the device releases whenever it detects a rise in hormones that indicates a fertilized embryo is about to implant itself.

All that the inventors – a husband-and-wife team – wanted was a convenient form of birth control that would reliably prevent pregnancy without pumping a woman’s body full of artificial hormones. Its name literally translates as “not born” and was chosen by Avril, the wife, to reflect her husband’s Scottish background and her own French ancestry. The story is told from Avril's point of view, a woman with Asperger's and a professor of women's medical history.

The world’s leaders have decided to make it the duty of every human being to participate in a bold new world policy, so they have drafted a treaty at the United Nations, and every nation has agreed to sign onto it. This is done on a date that doom-sayers have anticipated with predictions of various – and often unrelated – dire consequences: December 21, 2012. Under the terms of the treaty, all women must have a government-registered Nae-Née device.

Henceforth, every birth of any new human being must be licensed, and not everyone who wants a license to reproduce shall be granted one.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999639511
Publisher: QueenBeeEdit
Publication date: 11/18/2017
Series: Nae-Née , #1
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

About the Author

Stephanie C. Fox, J.D. is a historian, author, and editor. She is a graduate of William Smith College and the University of Connecticut School of Law. She runs an editing service called QueenBeeEdit, which caters to politicians, scientists, and others.

Ms. Fox has written several books on a variety of topics, including the effects of human overpopulation on the environment, Asperger's, and travel to Kuwait and Hawai'i.

Her areas of interest include - but are not limited to - history, herstory, women's studies, biographies, dystopian and science fiction, human overpopulation, ecosystems collapse, law, international relations, the history of chemical weapons use in war, the economic meltdown of 2008, honeybee colony collapse disorder, Asperger's, and cats.

Table of Contents

1. Home, Without a Home

2. My Awesome Idea

3. Inventing

4. An Eclipse – and Nae-Née is Born

5. Clinical Trial: Nae-Née Ammo Locked and Loaded

6. The Advertising Campaign

7. Success at Last

8. Another Moving Experience

9. The Rockefeller University Institute

10. Life on Our Own

11. Patsy Warne

12. Our Firehouse – and Fame

13. Patsy Warne, Continued

14. Sound Bites and News Flashes

15. Andrew Warne

16. Religion and Politics

17. Attorney Lakshmi

18. Shakeup in the Senate

19. The Treaty

20. The Speech

21. The Amendment: Social Engineering vs. Individual Freedom

22. Several Minutes on 60 Minutes

23. The Operator

24. An Inept Assassin

25. Subversion

26. Interviews

27. The Visit from No Such Agency

28. Q-and-A at a History of Medicine Lecture

29. Covert Ops – Vacation in the Current Venice

30. Separatists and Senator

31. Followed

32. Hamish the Usurper

33. RE: The Raid

34. With Room for Debate, but Not More

35. Global Warming Mugs and Maps

36. Retreat from the Sea Change

37. Safe at Home Again

38. Nae-Née’s Results are Tallied

The U.N. Convention on the Global Application of Medical Human Population Control

Bibliography – from Avril’s Collection of News Stories

About the Author

About the Illustrator

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