The shorter male’s gaze lowered to Eren’s distended stomach. It was still hard to believe that curled up in there was his kid. A little being that was part him and part Eren, nestled safely inside it’s father
He crawled to his hands and knees and started to rock back and forth, his heavy stomach hanging low and rubbing against the rocks below him. Luckily the rocks were mostly smooth, only a few were sharp edged. He moaned as he rocked back and forth, trying his best to make the pain go away even a little.
“I am quite literally a god,” Thor smirked, “It’s obvious who a good parent would be.” Loki rolled his eyes but barely looked up from his tome. Thor swiftly took the baby away from Tony. He spun around and beamed. “She’s such a beautiful child!” he cried merrily. Natasha looked skeptically at the others. “Thor, be careful,” Natasha warned him. Thor beamed at his friend, “Have no worries, Lady Natasha. I helped take care of Loki when we were children.”
Jess wrote: “I have a question. Would Anitra Lynn Mcleod’s series Twin Pine Grizzlies fit in this category? I mean they are men who fall pregnant however they do so in bear form and they give birth in that form…”
“Oh you poor dear. Let’s get you back upstairs to get settled,” said Madame Pomfrey, helping him back up the stairs. They had to pause every two minutes while Harry had a contraction. “How long have you been in labour?”
“Here I was thinking I might get lucky….that still being like this was a bad nightmare I could wake up from…” The omega grumbled, hand going to support his stomach as he tried to shift against the folds of the bedding.
“So who is taking me home tonight?” He murmured huskily, trying to sound but failing as he was rubbing himself against both males, his body pulsing from the need to feel an alpha use it, feeling their eyes on him as he did.
Why I read this book: This week is Out Of Your Comfort Zone, and I had just snagged this one when it was free. I wasn’t sure what I would read for this week and one of our reviewers pointed out it was mpreg which isn’t really my cup of tea. I also saw the note that is had warnings for physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, all of which are hot buttons for me.
Looking to do a Birth RP. I would love to do a Agents Of Shield RP where you would be Skye giving birth. If you don’t know the show still message and we can do another RP No Sex or anything like that, just a Birth RP. Note if interested!
I hadn’t heard a narration by Gus Klondike before but he was an excellent choice. He did a great job adding in emotion and differentiating the voices. I really enjoyed this narration and thought it was a great way to experience this book.
Sam started screaming again with the wave of another contraction hitting him. This one lasted for ten minutes and after it stopped Sam’s head fell on Dean’s shoulder. Sam was sobbing, his face sweaty and red, hair flat, sticking to his forehead and cheeks, from the pain and execration he had just done. Dean took an ice chip out of the bowl Cas had brought earlier and fed it to Sam. He took it gratefully out of Dean’s hands and then Dean gave him another.
Thematically, pregnancy can be similar to the issues of parasitism and gender. 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.
Big Time Rush – Rated: M – English – Hurt/Comfort/Romance – Chapters: 9 – Words: 52,438 – Reviews: 50 – Favs: 155 – Follows: 49 – Updated: 11/23/2010 – Published: 8/31/2010 – Kendall, Logan – Complete
By getting Castiel pregnant, Dean will out him as a witch to everyone and not even being Dean’s lover will save Castiel’s life. In fact, it will condemn him even quicker if John believes a witch has gained influence over his heir.
For now, onward to the final aspect of this analysis. Missingnolovefic from above, who came to Omegaverse for the way it puts men in a female social position which she can empathise with, continues that she “stayed for the complicated, original world-building the better authors work in. It turns into a sort of sci fi biology and social structure and politics and that’s amazing to watch tbh.”