As promised, I am releasing extra content during my hiatus! Check out the AIMS biology and history page at http://www.infectedbloodcomics.com/AIMS/ (the AIMS link in the menu above the image). While not absolutely necessary to follow the story, this extra content will surely enrich your reading experience, so I highly recommend to check them out :) More pages to be released almost every Monday until I'm back from hiatus (4 June). Enjoy!
I enjoyed the throughline of leading off the biology and history page by going from the actual genetics and physiology and ending with impact on things like social issues. Rather than a nature "VS" nurture, you're adopting a nature + nurture perspective for the this world, which is in my mind the most rational way off looking at anthropology.
I also feel like mapping from genetics to the very severe type of social issues (violence and harrassment of women) also comes off as very believable. Unfortunaly extra so, with the climate today. It strikes a chord.