Rosella Tolfree's World
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Android Family Automation
The recent pandemic in the U.S. has shown something that some religions where already aware of. Raising children requires someone to be there for them. In the U.S., the work of the family is truly underappreciated in comparison to 41 countries.
Therefore, the news media is claiming that women are now being set back with the pandemic. Especially as online schooling has become the norm for many jurisdictions.
Android Family Automation
I’ve mentioned before that there was a shift in family life with the development of the A-4 Android. By the Second Age of Humanity, true automation came to the work of the family, allowing the human adults to pursue work ambitions with no worries. These androids were a complete female replacement theory from birthing, to nursing, to childrearing.
No more need for women to take time off for having a child. No more was there any need for other older adults to care for the children. No more need for babysitters or daycare. No need for bussing or school buildings. Everything could be done in the home with an android attending all the necessary needs. With the automation of online schooling due to advance A.I. systems, home schooling was far easier and cheaper.
While it was costly to lease these androids, those costs were offset by government incentives. Governments were more than happy to transition away from burdensome in-person childhood education, or other similar systems. Greater incentives were sometimes provided to single human parents to encourage the leasing of androids.
Rosella’s Life as a Child
Peculiarly, Rosella Tolfree didn’t grow up this way. She grew up with her dad and no android support despite being born from one. She had instead an upstairs elderly neighbor who watched over her. In doing so, she became out of step with her generation. She’s not used to the presence of androids but doesn’t hold a hatred for them. She tends to prefer more human contact than that of a machine. Many of her peers think she’s odd. Except those who’ve grown up in orthodox families with two human parents and no android use. These kinds of families tend to be religious and are not the social norm.
Other Blog Posts Dealing With Family Life
Important Legal Changes in the Dystopian U.S. of Rosella’s World- Part 2
From Artificial Wombs to Human Clones
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Seth Underwood writes adult science fiction and political dystopian science fiction. His future political dystopian U.S. world features decades of despot presidents, a flooded world, and new para-military force known as the Ranger Marshals. He has freemium stories at www. sethunderwoodstories.com