History has taught us that a woman's place is to cook, clean, give birth, and raise kids. Her story, on the other hand, has taught us that a woman's place is wherever she wants to be. Daphne finds her place in—surprise!—the Woman's Place. We're not sure if that's a good thing or not. In Nation, the Woman's Place is shrouded in secrecy from Mau and the rest of the males who have no idea what goes on in there. What goes on in there, you ask? Well, what you'd expect from a place called the Woman's Place: making beer, midwifery, surgery. You know, the usual.