Fandoms: Percy Jackson and the Olympians – Rick Riordan, The Heroes of Olympus – Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Olympians & Related Fandoms – All Media Types, The Trials of Apollo – Rick Riordan, The Kane Chronicles – Rick Riordan, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard – Rick Riordan
His comfort only went so far. His Alpha was telling him that you could do something called ‘swimming’ in the big hole of water that he called a ‘pond’. He’d never heard of either of those things before, and the thought of going into a giant pit of water for fun freaked him out.
“AAAAAHHHH, okay my absolute favorite thing about it is how it takes our current gender dynamics and FUCKS WITH THEM FOREVER. Men thinking about their cycles, worrying about pregnancy, the difficulties of navigating through gender politics when you are socially and politically disenfranchised, but this time starring MEN. There is nothing in this world that I love as as I love fucking with gender roles. And omegaverse is AMAZING for that. But I also love that, because of the overwhelming nature of heats, the issue of consent MUST be discussed thoughtfully at some point, and that is one of the most amazing things about fanfiction in general.” (Brynna, female, bisexual, 30-40, Canada)
Mpreg is also a subgenre of fanfiction, occurring with some frequency in slash and only very rarely in het. The man who gets pregnant is usually human and cisgender, and often the story offers no explanation for the phenomenon, although it may be explained by magic, medical experimentation, or simply the existence of an Alternate Universe where men are commonly pregnant. In some dystopian Mpreg AUs, the role or status of males able to get pregnant may differ markedly from that of impregnating males.
Francis cried out as yet another contraction ripped through him and he balled his hands into fists, grasping the bedsheets. His body felt like it was on fire, the intense heat of his struggle making him gasp for breath.
“She settled with her feet tucked under her, watching the Alpha across the room as he paced and watched her, rumbling growls coming from him and a vicious snarl on his face. His black eyes were beautiful. They were like ink affected by magic—shiny, deep and bottomless—and they looked at her with a fierce desire that sent goosebumps over her whole body. Other Alphas were in the room, but she only watched him. Although the other men were also unbonded Alphas, her golden sight showed her the one with the most potential for breeding.”
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He gingerly crawled underneath the soft overhang of sheets, finding his omega sleepily burrowed into the soft folds of the blankets he had gathered. Jack recognized towels from the bathroom as well as a couple of the baby blankets and plush toys they had bought snuggled around Rhys’ body. One of Jack’s customary sweaters was stretched to its limit around the omega’s abdomen, the fabric riding up the underside of his belly and revealing a wide crescent of creamy white skin and pink stretch marks. Rhys’ long legs were pulled up as much as they could, clad in silky, stretchy blue shorts and of course, the socks. The omega had his arms around one of the large honeybee plushes they had bought for their child, his nose buried in the soft, honey-scented yellow fur.
This story involves all your favourite Hetalia characters as thy struggle with life’s most difficult task. Birth. But what makes the situation more difficult is the places where they give birth. Mpreg graphic but short birth scenes.
He rubbed the man’s heaving belly as contractions rippled across it, sending the eggs further and further down his birth canal. He new another egg was pushing against this one and hopefully it would help to push the egg out.
Unlike an ectopic pregnancy, which does not include the protection of a uterus and which places both the fetus and father in danger, having a uterus transplanted into a male would provide protection to both the fetus and the father and removing the danger to both.
Dean’s mom always told him that Angels were watching over him. The way his life’s been going, he’s stopped believing that a looooong time ago. But it doesn’t stop him from wishing that Angels or Fairy Godmothers or something similar really existed and could solve his problems with the swish of a magic wand or the snap of their fingers.
Aiden did it again in his story “A New Chapter”A Mpreg Romance”. I think he founded the mpreg universe. His previous books are awesome to read. However, in this book, he decided to shake things up. We have Myrick the omega, and Tristan, the alpha. Myrick is the CEO of a corporation and Tristan is his vice-president. Now, who would have heard of an alpha answering to an omega? This is where Aiden shakes this universe a bit. Tristan appears to be happy in his role and does not use his Alphaness to influence Myrick. Of course, they both have baggage: Myrick with past alphas’ and Tristian, with past omegas. Both exhibited abnormal behavior with respect to the omega/alpha dynamics which was refreshing to read. Myrick’s past experience with Alpha’s comes out in embarrassing moments of social anxiety. It really showed his conflict as to who is society says he should versus what he has become: an Omega CEO, on his own merits. I thought it was an entertaining and excellent read.
Rohan slowly begins to earn the frightened omega’s trust through patience and tenderness. But with secrets and danger surrounding them, their bond will be tested repeatedly as they run from the violent packs trying to reclaim Briar. The two lovers are pushed to their breaking point, fleeing for their lives, and Briar discovers one more challenge for their perilous journey—he’s pregnant.
The Omegaverse is RIFE with serious issues (dubious consent being perhaps the most obvious and most frequent) but it is also a) interesting from a genderfuck point of view, b) awesome in terms of world-building, one of my favourite things about AUs, and c) really fucking hot.
The first published A/B/O book I read was Mating the Omega, which I did not enjoy at all. I thought the sub-genre outside of fan-fiction just wasn’t for me, but since this book seemed to actually have some semblance of a plot and is written by an established romance writer, I decided to request a review copy. I enjoyed it more than I did my first round with the sub-genre, but I think …more
Jared rolled his eyes and pulled him in for a gently hug. “I just want to take good care of you and pumpkin in there.” Jared rubbed soothing circles into the tight muscles in his lower back, murmuring nonsense assurances into his ear.
Nói rồi cậu ta từ từ cởi quần đồng phục của tôi ra rồi lột luôn cả quần lót. Phần đùi trong ẩm ướt run vì tiếp xúc với không khí. Sau đó cậu nhẹ nhàng đẩy đùi tôi nhau ra xa hơn nữa. Cậu ấy chăm chú nhìn vào giữa hai chân tôi và nói rằng vẫn chưa thấy dấu hiệu đi ra của đứa bé.
The number-one best-selling author of The Future of the Mind traverses the frontiers of astrophysics, artificial intelligence, and technology to offer a stunning vision of man’s future in space, from settling Mars to traveling to distant galaxies. Formerly the domain of fiction, moving human civilization to the stars is increasingly becoming a scientific possibility – and a necessity. Whether in the near future due to climate change and the depletion of finite resources or in the distant future due to catastrophic cosmological events, humans will one day need to leave Earth.
Enter Roam Ashworth. If Roam finds an alpha on OmegaDate, then it won’t be his first trip around the block—he’s got a three-year-old son from his previous relationship to show for it. But there’s heartache there, not anger; his partner died in a car accident before Roam could even tell him he was pregnant, shattering his happily-ever-after forever.
You sat in the glass cage, hugging a ruffed up stuffed bear on your lap, one of your hands wrapped in bandages, a needle holding some form of liquid spread into your bloodstream, you winced, moving the clothed hand up to your forehead.