“I have to back to Hogwarts to get a few things. You need to stay here and help him deliver until I get back,” said Poppy, ignoring the incredulous looks she got from all three men in the room. She grabbed the floo powder and flooed to the infirmary.
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He went back to Draco and tried once again to wake him. Draco didn’t even wake up enough to bat his hands away this time. Harry finally got frustrated enough to slap his face, hard. Draco woke up enough to blink blearily at him, and promptly went back to sleep. That was when Harry remembered to potion Draco had taken right before going to bed. He hadn’t been sleeping well because Harry kept waking him up all through the night, going to the bathroom every hour and complaining of backaches. It figured the one time Draco broke down and took a sleep aide, it would be the one time Harry truly needed him awake.
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Soooo the semi-happy one is with Prompto’s water breaking in the middle of the night while he and Noct are sleeping. Prom knows right away what is happening and tries to wake Noct up but he doesn’t budge whatsoever. So he spends at least 20 minutes trying to wake him up. Noct feels the wetness in the bed and wakes up to complain about “Prompto wetting the bed” but he justs get a very angry Prompto yelling at him.
The Pillars of the Earth tells the story of Philip, prior of Kingsbridge, a devout and resourceful monk driven to build the greatest Gothic cathedral the world has known…of Tom, the mason who becomes his architect – a man divided in his soul…of the beautiful, elusive Lady Aliena, haunted by a secret shame…and of a struggle between good and evil that will turn church against state, and brother against brother.
Book wasn’t really for me. Blake was really selfish immature. And wasn’t alpha like at all, you know he wasn’t protective or gentle and caring with his Omega, Josh. You know when you read a alpha omega romance and the omega has been through hard times and an amazing alpha comes in to give love, support and respect. Those are great. This one is the opposite. Blake only want josh for sex. Its frustrating because you really just want josh to be loved and cuddled. But in this book he is cursed at and used. It was sad the way Josh was treated and had been treated through his life by other alpha and betas.
Tossing in bed, Alex awoke abruptly with the covers almost completely off him with a frightful pain in his abdomen. For the past couple of months he had been gaining weight, and he couldn’t put his thumb on why. Now for the last night or so he had been having these terrible pains in his rounded stomach. “Nnnn,” he moaned sitting up with a hand on his stomach that looked like a basketball beneath his skin. Sweat started to prickle his brow and his back, he pulled off the white t-shirt he wore to bed leaving him in his boxers. He stared at himself through the full-length mirror opposite of his bed. “Aaaahhh,” he bent forward clutching his stomach — it couldn’t have been something he ate even though his appetite practically doubled since whatever this was had been happening.
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’.
When Chad Stone and Josh Bennett last crossed paths, both had been on the fast track to fame. Josh — Chad’s best friend Ashley’s scorching hot older brother — was on his way to football stardom, while Chad was about to embark on a musical career after being accepted to one of the most prestigious music conservatories in America.
”Yes,Keep your legs like that. It’s hard to do this if your legs are closed,Young Master.” He says before sitting down on the bed in front of Ciel. Before he can do anything,A pain in his stomach causes him to double over over his stomach,A hand automatically snapping to it as he rubs it and tries to steady his own breathing. As it ends,He brushes it off and places his hand on Ciel’s knee and places a finger from his free hand into Ciel’s Anus,Causing Ciel to whimper and snap his legs closed around Sebastian’s hand.
I won’t get into spoilers, I’m just going to say there is some drama in this story, it gets resolved in a very satisfying matter. There’s a bit of a meltdown, but it fits the narrative. The characters act like adults and talk to each other, what a concept! Yes, I’m being sarcastic because I’m tired of so many stories (in general) when characters forget to use their words with one another.
2. Mpreg, as a category, is the fetishization of trans men’s bodies to primarily pursue male pregnancy above all else (often involving plenty of smut), more often than not ignoring any and all trans experiences that either don’t fit the narrative they want to tell, or are too ‘difficult’ or ‘scary’ for the writers to write. This is deeply fetishistic in a world where there’s next to no representation of trans men that doesn’t include the fetishization of their bodies and the sexual use of them in ways befitting the cis gaze and standard dehumanization.
Eli Lapp has fallen deep into an inescapable abyss—his parents are dead, leaving him to care for his two young siblings and ailing grandfather, the Amish settlement where he lives has outcast him for being on the wrong side of a pregnancy scandal and he’s a hair’s breadth away from losing the very roof over his head.