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Karter Jenks is a first-year constable who’s still trying to prove himself to his superiors, so he isn’t looking for a mate right now. Soon, sure, but he also knows he has work to do to change his alphahole tendencies around omega rights. The Kell Iverson trial opened his eyes to how cruelly some omegas are treated, …more
“Oooh, the handsome guy next door has a new Carrier.” One of the orange Alpha’s four Carriers was perched atop a tree, peering into the neighboring habitat through a small rectangular hole. He slipped down the tree to join the other three below.
The concept appears frequently as a comedic gag in movie and television programs. In Monty Python’s 1979 film, Life of Brian, there is a political satire scene in which a character demands that any man has a “right to have babies if he wants them,” which is ridiculed as impossible. In the BBC science fiction comedy series Red Dwarf, the main character, Lister, becomes pregnant after having sex with a female version of himself in an alternate universe. In an episode of Sliders, the quartet “slides” into an alternate world in which babies develop during their final months in the father because a worldwide disease has kept women from being able to carry children beyond their first trimester. In the popular fantasy series Charmed’s fifth season, during a dream spell gone wrong, Leo ends up pregnant with Piper’s baby for a good deal of the episode, leading to her referring to him as an ‘incubator’ and at times berating him for ‘upsetting the baby’.
“What the hell’s with all the racket?” came a voice from outside. Demoman popped his head round the door, only for his eye widen at what he saw. Spy lowered his head in shame. Sniper however, couldn’t be more relieved at this point.
So female Alphas and male Omegas have flat chests, but can grow breasts to lactate for children? What are the breasts of female Omegas like? You mentioned Omegas are usually frail and small. Does this mean female Omegas are flat and stay flat even during breastfeeding because of their frailty, or are female Omegas usually well-endowed because of their nurturing nature and childbearing role?
Sorry, I’m one of these close-to-end-rush artists (in other words, I start a project and about half way through think “oh fuck it” and it turns out crap at the end… Just like my handwriting through the school year…)
When the omega takes the extraordinarily powerful artifact/jewel to a man he doesn’t trust (and the alpha warned him about), the omega gets pummeled and loses the jewel.  Even though the opportunity presents itself, he does not tell his extremely understanding and trusting alpha about it, but hides this major development for a while.  When the alpha eventually finds out, he almost just shrugs it off.
The rest of the family members had been at home doing their usual things when they had gotten a call from a frantic Osomatsu. His words had been rushed together, making him sound like a nut case, but thankfully his Mother was able to piece together what he was trying to say; Choromatsu had gone into labor and they were going to Dekapan’s to deliver it. 
“Doesn’t feel ridiculous to me,” Sam says between kisses and Dean has to concede that he’s right. The next kiss, complete with a bite to his lip, makes Dean moan embarrassingly loud. The way Sam’s body presses against him definitely helps, too.
Prosecutor Kris Jameson is ready to call off his search for true love. Abandoned at birth and raised by humans, Kris seems destined to repeat the cycle of abandonment, falling over and over again for self-centered alphas that won’t commit. Deciding that OmegaDate—a glorified hook-up app as far as Kris is concerned—has brought nothing but grief to his life, Kris decides to delete the app for good; but not before a message from a sweet and gorgeous alpha comes his way, prompting Kris to give the app one final try. And though first date with fellow attorney Jax Hollister begins with intense mutual attraction, it soon turns disastrous, leaving them both trying to forget that the encounter ever happened.
Fertilization may take place in the pouch or in the water before implantation, but in either case, syngnathids’ male pregnancy ensures them complete confidence of paternity.[3] After implantation in or on the brood pouch or brood patch, the male incubates the eggs. Many species osmoregulate the brood pouch fluid to maintain proper pH for the developing embryos. In at least some species, the male also provisions his offspring with nutrients such as glucose and amino acids through the highly vascularized attachment sites in or on his body.
I’m helping billysgirl5 catalog a list of mpreg fics and this is one of them. The first part is very sexy and the second quite adorable with Jared trying to do everything right to deliver his baby. 🙂
Dean felt terror as he couldn’t move his body and inch. He could vaguely see through the sheet of blue grace that covered his eyes. The angels were holding him down but it was taking too long. The baby needed out and fast. He panted, holding back his screams as he felt Castiel’s warm thumb rub soothingly over his cheekbone. He let out a shaken breath as he felt the cool hand start to slide into his stomach.
Another interesting fact is that, at it’s core, Slow Heat is a May/December romance. Vale is an omega in his mid-thirties while Jason is a 19 year-old alpha. I love when authors go against the stereotypes. In fact, there are quite a few examples of it in the book. Not only is Vale older but is also a professor while Jason is just a student. This to me is a prime example of how and where roles come to play in their relationship. Another pair who do not fit the typical mold is Jason’s parents. There is something special about an alpha male that cooks.
i feel like im always projecting onto themi literally had arguments with myself for this entire thingfeedbackpleasevldvoltronklancelaithvoltronvldfanficmprgmpregbaby violetplease I LOVE THE FANART PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SEND MOREkeith koganelance mcclainlancekeithlance and keithkeith and lancelowkey trying to insinuate that pidge and hunk are a thinghehshe’s like 21 or 22 by this pointsoalso Coran loves spoiling his goddaughter mkay
As I said before, I understand, to some readers mpreg is strange. To picture a man waddling with a large stomach, it cannot be real or conceivable. But I ask the same question isn’t that what fiction and fantasy are? And to add another question isn’t the writer’s job to make it believable? And my answer is yes. Our job as the writer is to keep the reader engaged in the story we are telling that reading about a man getting pregnant is nothing but an everyday occurrence.
I love reading and writing about male pregnancy. It’s new, it’s different, and it’s all fantasy. What’s wrong with reading a book where it’s natural for a man to get pregnant naturally without the invention of science. I understand the apprehension some readers have about the idea of reading a novel where the guy end up getting pregnant, carry and ultimately delivers the child. And you know what? I had the same apprehension before I read one of the sweetest book about a guy getting pregnant and having to deal with it. Of course he was an alien, but still, it seemed natural. I know what some people might be thinking. If a writer is writing a man trying to pregnant they trying to turn him into a woman. And honestly, that is not the case.
I enjoyed Jax and Kris’ story, I just wished it would have been longer, more fleshed out, it felt a bit rushed. The setup to getting them together was great, the first date was really good… until it wasn’t. Their different points of views got in the way of their budding romance, it was very well done. I found myself agreeing with both of them because to me, each one of them had great points. Sadly after that, the story took a different tone. I felt too much time and focus was devoted to the wrong things because in the end neither one of them came to realize on their own the wrong of their ways. Jax and Kris each have valid points of their views but also flaws, what I liked is that both characters are also wrong because the issue is not black and white.