A note, *Glory Season *is not devoid of men. Men are rarer than women, because of the reproduction strategies. The society is mostly run by women, though. It’s an interesting book, well worth reading.
Another science fiction book about this situation is *The Gate to Women’s Country *by Sheri S. Tepper. Women and little boys and servitors live in gated communities. Most men live outside the cities, in warriors’ garrisons or just outside the community, period, though some do come back through the gates as servitors. Warriors are welcomed into the cities at Carnival time, which is basically a time (I think it’s a week or two) of partying…and getting pregnant. If women bear daughters, then most of the daughters will stay in the city (some go outside the city to become, basically, whores). If a woman bears a son, he is given to his warrior father to raise when the boy turns 5. At fifteen, a boy can choose to become a city defender (stay with the garrison) or return through the gate to women’s country. He has this choice until he is 25. There’s another community, the Fatherland, which seems to be based on the fundamentalist polygynous societies of our time. This book is set on Earth, sometime in the future, after what was apparently a limited nuclear war.
If you like graphic novels, the series Y: The Last Man is completed, and well worth reading. Every male mammal dies off, as far as anyone can tell. One man lives through this event, and must hide the fact that he’s male. Eventually, several women learn that he’s alive, and of course everyone schemes to capture and hold him. I think that the ending was a bit rushed and could have used more work, but overall it’s a great series.