The Womon and the Feministic force: The Womon exhibits an intrinsic charge known as "Feminism". While in amorphous substrates, the feministic force generally causes the particles to be attracted to Masculons (a heavier, oppositely charged particle), in crystalline substrates with aligned feministic fields, the womon become attracted to masculons on one side, and repelled by them on the other. This effect is known as Bipolar Feminism.
Womon/womon exchanges: Womon have been observed to transfer information to other womon particles at faster than the speed of light, making womon-womon interactions the fastest known method of information transmission in the universe, and also making the womon the only thing in the universe that doesn't obey the all laws of physics.
Womon/Masculon bindings: When a womon successully binds with a masculon, the resulting aggregate becomes feministically neutral to most other particles. However, they still exhibit the feministic force on nearby masculons, which they may frequently interact with (and occasionally, become briefly entagled with) when their bound counterparticle isn't looking. Additionally, the bound masculon will always have to deal with the womon's bipolar feminism, regardless of its quantum state.
The Womon and the Pauli Exclusion Principle: Womon are fermions, so they obey the Pauli Exclusion Principle. While no two womon may share the same quantum space, more than one womon may bind with the same masculon, as long as they never come in contact. Since a womon is its own antiparticle, such a contact would result in a catastrophic explosion, severly damaging or destroying the masculon.
The Womon and the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: Because of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, it is impossible to know, at the same time, both what a womon is angry about, and what you have to do to fix it.
Womon/Baryon interactions: The womon is attracted to certain types of matter. These include gold, silver, platinum, and various crystallized substances such as diamond, sapphire, etc. Scientists haven't yet determined what these various substances have in common, except that they're all expensive. A womon will more readily bond with a masculon compound containing these elements.
High-speed Womon particles: Womon travelling at high speeds are considered extremely dangerous. While most particles follow Newton's Laws and travel in a straight line, a high-speed womon may spontanously stop or unexpectedly alter trajectory. They also seem to be unable to organize themselves into coherent, straight lines with other particles.
Womon/Masculon energy transfer: After binding with a masculon, the bipolar feministic force will begin to slowly drain the masculon's intrinsic angular momentum, manifesting itself as an increase in mass of the womon. Scientists say this is the most efficient transformation of energy to mass known in physics. As the masculon particle's angular momentum approaches zero, the probability that the woman will spontaneously unbind increases. An unbound womon will generally shed excess mass before binding with another masculon.
Particle stability: The womon is a highly unstable particle, and requires this constant angular momentum exchange to prevent it from annihilating its bound counterparticle. Womon have been observed to spontanously explode for undetermined reasons.
Decay characteristics: The womon spontaneously decays into the feministically neutral Ol'Lady particle (named after the French scientist Jeane de Ol'Lady). Masculon bindings increase the decay rate. The half-life of a womon is approximately 35 years.
When asked by reporters what they thought of these new, exotic particles, some scientists claimed "We think we can synthesize a stable version of these particles, perhaps a feministic monopole." Others were afraid such a particle may cause worldwide destruction."