“Paranormal Mpreg Gay Omegas”

As for the others, Alvarr knew they were ignorant and fearful, but it still hurt. After a year, no one trusted him. No one befriended him, nor would they, if they knew just how much power his smaller body contained.
To be honest when Sam had heard about the angel’s wish for children he had thought that they had been talking about the past. He hadn’t realized that the angel would follow his advice now and try to have angel babies now. He didn’t want to see his brother’s reaction to this.
The High Tide Series by stardust_made – A rich arse of a bloke tries to woo a clueless John and Sherlock just about loses his mind I LOVE JEALOUS SHERLOCK (The first story is rated T but the other two are E so…) (my fave)
Why did the father stay within the same vicinity of Orvins pack? If I’m being chased by people who want to kill me and kidnap my child, I’m going to go as far away from the place they live. They have a car. Sell the car and go somewhere, anywhere, but where the people are who are trying to kill you? Later in the story someone suggest that they go to Mexico. WHY didn’t they think of that?
A truly wretched book. Everything seemed designed to annoy me from the fact that there were zero women in the universe to the unlikable main characters and cutesy made up terms like “alphahole” and “omegin.”
But is Aaron willing to open up his mind to a world beyond the physical, while Indigo struggles to open up his heart after his devastating loss? And how many ‘coincidences’ need to occur before they both stop denying destiny?
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It is just so much easier to mock something than to really engage in it. Like, how easy to point out the mpreg trope and be like, “Look at this crazy thing these crazy people are doing.” But mpreg is a really poignant commentary on how the biological fact that women carry children influences every aspect of female life in society. Tweak it so that men can get pregnant, too, and watch how things change: watch how the men are the ones now struggling with the questions that society so seldom demands of them. It breaks my heart, what so many mpreg fics reveal about how girls feel about their place in society. I mean, in Omegaverse, frequently the pregnancy-bearing gender is literally a prisoner of its reproductive function, lamenting the inability to ever lead a life with full freedom of choice, and, in fact, tasked with limiting exposure to the impregnating gender because, hey, they are not to blame if they’re tempted by the irresistible invitation of a baby-depository in their vicinity. [3]
Marriage wasn’t all domestic bliss and barefoot pregnancies. Well at least that’s not how it started out for the Malfoy-Potters and if they were being honest with each other they expected no less, especially now that Draco had a permanent job as a Professor at Hogwarts alongside Harry.
Biting his lip, he watched Eren take a few big breaths, before pushing down hard. The puddle of bodily fluids beneath his mate had soaked the towel some what disturbingly, but his attention was soon back on the baby
Thematically, pregnancy can be similar to the issues of parasitism and gender.[citation needed] Some science fiction writers have picked up on these issues, in “cross-gender” themes—e.g., Octavia E. Butler’s Bloodchild and Other Stories.[clarification needed] Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel The Left Hand of Darkness contains the sentence “The king was pregnant”, and explores a society in which pregnancy can be experienced by anyone, since individuals are not sexually differentiated during most of their life and can become capable of inseminating or gestating at different times. Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos features an all-male society in which men use artificial wombs, but experience many of the psychological effects of pregnancy (anticipation, anxiety, etc.). In Marge Piercy’s feminist utopian novel Woman on the Edge of Time, neither men nor women get pregnant, leaving that to artificial wombs, but both sexes may lactate and nurse the infant; the specifically female experiences of pregnancy and nursing were opened to men in the cause of gender equality.[28]
We sat in the doctor’s office and waited for the nurse to call us back. It was the same office we had gone to check up on Cooper’s first pregnancy. I looked around the room and noticed just a few things had changed. The paint on the walls were the same pale/ yellow color, and the same picture of flowers on the right side of the door, but they had taken down the diagram of the pregnant woman and man and replaced it with a magazin
I’m a complete newbie to the concept. After a recent post about it, where several people linked off to a Tumblr masterpost detailing a possible biological, sociological, and historical-political framework for it, I’ve been intrigued by the possibilities for the exploration of gender and sociopolitical structures.
He groaned with the next contraction. Why did he let this happen to him? Why couldn’t he have stayed home on maternity leave like his boss had told him too? He was three days past his due date, he definitely should have stayed home. Or better yet, have never allowed himself to get pregnant in the first place. He had been so stupid, getting drunk in a gay bar and letting himself be bottom to someone who had brought him to a hotel. He hated being bottom, and now he had a new reason why.
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A very early example, (perhaps the of mpreg art, from the 1980 Star Trek: TOS zine Galactic Discourse #3, artist Linda White. “Bones, would you come to my cabin please? I think it’s time you learned the truth about Setarcos.” It is a riff on the story Beyond Setarcos
               Jim sat at his desk quietly. He felt the baby move down under the edge of the desk; she was getting so big. He was getting so big. He was 8 and a half months along, but she had dropped a few weeks prior. It had been hard hiding such a noticeable secret, especially a secret that gets bigger as time goes by. Jim wriggled around at his desk subtly, trying to maneuver himself at the desk so his bulge wouldn’t be pressing against the edge of the wood. It didn’t help.
The Contingency Plan by mightypog –  When Sally and Greg prevent Sherlock from committing suicide when he thinks John has been killed, Sherlock and Sally reconsider each other. (bit of angst, nothing heavy) (this is so real like this is exactly how canon Sherlock will react if anything happens to John) (my fave)
Another example of canonical fempreg occurs in Kotobuki Tarako’s mostly mpreg-filled manga Sex Pistols (published in English language as Love Pistols). Madarame Makio, a female character, has given birth to two sons by two different fathers and has also ‘fathered’ two more sons with her female partner Tokashiki Karen.
Ciel’s contractions are getting faster and faster now,As well as all the more painful. At this rate,It will be at any moment that he will give birth. Sebastian helps Ciel up and leads him around the room. Ciel stops with a contraction,Leaning against a wall and panting heavily before his eyes travel to Sebastian,Who he hears whimper and sees grabbing at his stomach absent mindedly.
Alvarr asked the earth for a container, and a watertight basket wove itself from wide, flat leaves. He scooped water from the pool and washed his sweat and fear away, combing his wet hair with his fingers. The earth’s power hummed where his bare feet touched the ground. As long as I have magic, I am never alone.
I’m most interested in stories that explore compelling, thought-provoking implications of such a six-gendered world. I’m not opposed to reading smut, but smut for its own sake isn’t particularly interesting to me.
“Nngh..”Francis trailed off in a low moan, sinking into the waters, his belly, full and hard. He was sighing a little when suddenly, another wave of pain hit. Curling his toes and bucking his hips wildly, he gave a hoarse cry as the force of the contraction ejected the entire baby’s head from his aching body. “Hhnnngh..b-burning…”
Talon Valdez knew when he transformed into an enhanced human, his life and his dreams were finished. Reviled, mistrusted, and often locked away, the enhanced were viewed as monsters, despised by the public, and never trusted to serve in the military or any law enforcement agency. Years later he gets a chance to set up a task force of enhanced to serve in the FBI, but with one proviso: each enhanced must partner with a regular human.
“Look, I know I said it’s a small egg, but you still have to push hard. It’s not going to just slide out, you know.” he said irritably, pushing the man’s legs further apart until he could see more fluid – mixed with blood – drip out of his hole.
Summary: Eight months pregnant with twins, Aldin has just gotten through another bad date when the doorbell rings, and none other than the man that had left him alone and pregnant is on the other side of the door.
Sam and Dean go grocery shopping with their kids in tow, they think it’ll be a quick trip. Easier said than done, especially when one’s a baby and the other’s a toddler hopped up on sugar. The boys will have their hands full. Wincest, Post-Mpreg.
Hannes worked on his mate efficiently, taking care of the twins first, cutting the cord and showing him how to clean their faces from the crap on them. Both boys seemed to weigh nothing in his hands as he sat beside Eren with them in his hold now. His mates hand rested on his knee, and Hannes had given him something to dull the pain, before beginning to clean Eren’s torn backend
Whump is fic where a character is, well, whomped on: tormented for no reason other than it’s fun for an author to write them being tormented. In some fandoms, certain characters get beat up more than others (and this often goes hand-in-hand with hurt/comfort).
Since 2000, several hoax web sites have appeared on the Internet[13] purporting to describe the world’s first pregnant man. While sometimes relying on legitimate scientific claims, in reality, no such experiment has ever been reported. Fertility clinician Cecil Jacobson claimed to have transplanted a fertilized egg from a female baboon to the omentum in the abdominal cavity of a male baboon in the mid-1960s, which then carried the fetus for four months; however, Jacobson did not publish his claims in a scientific journal, and was subsequently convicted on several unrelated counts of fraud for ethical misconduct.[9]