Every hot female dominant utopia needs a society set up, a framework within which the stories can be told. I can imagine an industrious person spending many weeks creating a perfect or at least logical world.
Me, I spent a couple of evenings, and here's what I have. (The idea is that the stories I'm intending to post will take place within this framework. That's the idea today, a week from Tuesday we'll see what the idea is then.)
I expect to make some changes as stories come along.
some edits made, May 2008.
I can't stop myself from calling it UPtopia, an inside joke on my constant misspelling of the perfectly good "utopia". If I come to my senses and change the name, you'll be the first to know.
Edit - I've been able to resist so far. There's no name given, all together referred to vaguely as "the land".
The easiest thing to do is to give the society access to the same technology we've currently got available, more or less. This saves research, good, but limits the need for many sweaty male field slaves, bad. My cheat is to create several different societies within the utopia, each ritualistically embracing or allowing different technology levels, as it suits.
The Communities - the main population of the land lives in the communities. Both the men and the women there are the "underclass", as it relates to the powerful women up the food chain. The Communities are matriarchal, but not "hot femdom", i.e. there are no male slaves. People fall in love, get married, have families. Matriarchal, but not terribly different from an upside down 1950's, with a big twist.
The twist is, the male slaves for the women up the food chain are supplied by The Communities. Agreeing to enslavement by the ruling women is not only considered to be high service to the land, but also a support for the individual family. It's a crucial economic support (the men are purchased at a high price) and also the only way for a family to achieve status. A family that has had no men selected to serve is low status; a family that has a history of many men being selected to serve is high status.
The Communities have technology held back from them by the powers that be. (After all, keeping The Communities a bit economically depressed and somewhat downtrodden encourages the supply of men to keep flowing.) Somewhere around 1950 technology, I'm thinking. Definitely no computers or internet, definitely restrictions to mass communication.
Governing City - where the bureaucrats live. Everybody loves a hot bureaucrat story. This is a huge, modern to 2008, city with tall buildings and crowds of people. It is physically separated from The Communities and community people do not travel there. The women who populate the city are born to it. They are part of generations of women who have had this lot in life. They work hard, as business women and bureaucrats, facilitating major commerce and government functions.
This is the first place we find male slaves! Men are not married, they are purchased from The Communities. They aren't just purchased for hot and sexy reasons however (these are working women), they are also purchased to fill necessary job functions.
Who's getting the flowers on secretary's day now, baby?
Edit - Can't make the math work as originally conceived. The population isn't sustainable without families. The city has to be pretty darn big, as many as five million, to be the nexus of all the commerce and all government. It's reasonable for the birth rate to be low, but the women are still going to have a fair number of male children and they are without the economic or social incentive to support a society that encourages *their* adult male children to serve. So there are husbands in the city, and a woman could have a husband *and* a slave.
Being the husband of a city woman is a pretty cushy post. The men can't own property, they aren't going to have their own money, but a "to do" working woman isn't likely to want her husband working the more menial or lower paying jobs that are available to men. SO, there's "gentlemen who lunch", and run society events, and volunteer groups, and shuttle their child to school.
Also, there should be some emigration of community women to the city, the best and the brightest. And -- there are a ton of government workers who do stints in the communities, officiating officially official things.
Ruling Class - The Ruling Class puts the "hot" in Hot Female Dominant Utopia. These are the rulers of the land, by generations of birth. Each woman only gives birth to one female child, so the numbers of the ruling women never grow. (Exceptions for numbers of girl children born to replace children who die or if women die before they give birth, yada yada.)
This is a small, closed society, that controls the vast, and I mean vast, percentage of the wealth in the land. About 100 ruling families with one woman each on the council. Each woman has as many as 50 slaves, depending on her wealth and desire.
edit: brought the number of slave up to fifty, mostly because fifty is a nice word and flowed into a few story sentences well. Twenty-five is hyphenated. Hyphenated words don't flow!
Ritual is high. Male enslavement and service is an integral part of the ritual. The Ruling Class embraces and eschew technological advances available to the lower classes depending on council vote, and according to ritual. So, you could find motor cars alongside ritual carriages being drawn by, you guessed it, hot and sweaty men. Being selected for enslavement to the Ruling Class is the highest compliment paid to a man, and the highest status granted to his family back in The Communities. Unfortunately, the culture and ritual is rather cruel, and a man who agrees to be enslaved has made a great sacrifice.
edit: backing away from any motor cars in the ruling class. The sound of engines isn't working for me. Modern indoor plumbing and electricity, for sure. Motors, not so much.
And one more thing to know about:
The Sons of Class - It wouldn't be fair to have a Hot Female Dominant Utopia without some free, opinionated men running about. The Sons of Class are the sons of the Ruling Class women. The aren't raised by the Ruling Class but are instead sent to The Communities to be raised with a unique status. They are free to do and say pretty much whatever they want. They can't get married, but they can't be enslaved either. They are provided for, so they don't have to work. They become the artists, writers, musicians, etc., of the land and I'd imagine, on more than one occasion, a burr in the saddle of the Ruling Class.
Just so everything is fair.
Now, the only thing left to do is finish my first story. I'm nearly there, but with the pesky day job, it might take a couple of days for me to get it posted..
edit: left open military defense (current thinking women working with high technology + a much lower percentage of slaves), and the entire legal system including police.