Hey I'm Kai , im in the 3rd (second to last group) along with David..im the nerd to his tough guy, we get along well enough on our own and have known eachother for years, I consider him my brother. Even though my head is almost always stuck in a book don't let that fool you im a fast and agile fighter my weapon of choice is a shortsword or throwing stars, im 17 and part of my job is prying the girls off of David , I guess his dark broodiness attracts quite a few females *chuckles*
"Gal Finds Success as a Male Modal" by Tara Palmeri--NYPost. Elliott Sailors wasn't getting modeling jobs anymore so, because she'd always worried she looked "too masculine," she buzzed her hair short and took modeling jobs for men. This could be a really illuminating article that considers her change in the context of gender, sexuality, and personal identity. -- Cont. in comments below.
Females begin laying eggs right after their first mating, & both sexes will mate several times during their lives. Adults in summer generations live from 2-5 weeks. Each year, the final generation of Monarchs, which emerges in late summer and early fall, has a job: to migrate to overwintering grounds, in central Mex for east Monarchs or in Cali for western Mon. Here they survive the long winter until conditions in the US allow them to return to reproduce. adults can live up to 8-9 months.