Eren let out another pain moan, he couldn’t leave him like this. Watching more fluid spill from his mates arse, it seemed like Eren’s opening bulged slightly outwards. This was all moving too fast. Letting out a grunt, the omega seemed to be cumming and Levi didn’t understand how that was possible
I didn’t need no rich alpha to take care of me. I was a street cat, after all. But I did need money. If I could just get a bit more, I could afford some heat blockers, then I wouldn’t have to worry about alphas at all. Problem solved.
Braun Etting was raised to know his place as an omega by his alpha father’s cruel words and fast fists, and he expects nothing but violence from the alpha who may one day mate him. His older brother Kell mated a cruel alpha who abuses him daily, and Braun is terrified of that seemingly inev …more
There are also similarities with BDSM AUs, where the characters are Doms (sometimes called “Tops”), Subs, or (sometimes) Switches. Helenish’s Stargate Atlantis BDSM AU Take Clothes Off As Directed offers a dissection of this trope — as a Sub in the military, John is subjected to harassment and insubordination. Parallels can be drawn between the role of Subs in society and that of women, LGBT/queer people or minorities to examine prejudice and discrimination caused by “designationism.”
How would a man conceive and carry a child? How would he give birth? What is it about male pregnancy that is so intriguing? We don’t always have the answers, but visit the Mpreg Discussion board and add your own two cents!
Ezra is a rear tiger from India and staying in one place is not his lifestyle, always staying at one place a least a week so no rooting down. The time fates step in he isn’t to happy to find an oversize beaver ‘ his word’s’ bear that his body is craving more then the human guy he brought to his hotel room. These two will connect quickly but Matt’s luck has put a speed bump in his path, his father and his prior commit to see seen to or else, his father will blackmail him to get what daddy… Read more
Jamie got up and got on his hands and knees. He moaned, Jamie heavily lifted himself off the side of the pool. Jess gently rose off Jamie’s back and sat down against the side of the pool, spreading her legs out so he could lean back on her. Jamie shifted his position and sat back against Jess. He bent his legs and parted them, his knees poking out of the water. He tried to pull his legs back a bit more, but Jess stopped him.
I am an advocate for reproductive choice. I am an advocate for trans* rights. I embrace the diverse gender spectrum and a person’s right to choose how they identify themselves, whether man, woman or neither. […] I don’t understand the grossed out objections to mpreg. I don’t know if it’s because it’s something normally associated with women’s bodies, and so deemed gross, or if it’s seen as beneath men somehow. I know it’s not even close to being physically possible, but neither are werewolves, for goodness sake. What’s wrong with imagining a world where your ability to reproduce isn’t exclusive or determined by chance? What’s wrong with exploring that subversion of a previously extremely one-sided and gendered experience?
It was on the way to the infirmary that Spy’s waters finally broke. It came out in one big gush, leaving a large puddle on the floor and making it look like the Frenchman had pissed himself. This only added to Spy’s humiliation.
Jess reached in-between Jamie and felt his vagina, she could feel the baby’s head. Jess moved in front of Jamie, she could see the head crowning. Jamie felt the ring of fire, he put his hand on his vagina and pushed as hard as he could.
I read very wide range of books, and I bought this one thinking it would be a trashy novella, a light flimsy read after finishing a heavy series. I was absolutely shocked, because this novella is really well written. Everything about this book at first glance, the themes, the tags, the premise, even the blurb, appearance and the author’s alias promises trash, and instead the writing is fairly high quality, with solid characters that originate from a very cliche archetype but which are multilayered and nuanced. Even the very standard Alpha-meets-fated-mate plot is executed surprisingly well, with the central relationship being dynamic and determined by the interaction of the two main characters, who are both struggling with a sexual attraction that is foisted on them by their wolves. The underlying sense of realism in the characters, their point of view, and the world in which the story occurs, really set the story and its drama apart from melodramatic romantic renditions of similar plots.
Regarded as the strongest wolf shifter in generations, Alpha Zev Hassick is surprised and confused by his attraction to his best friend. His very human, very male best friend. A male shifter has to mate with a female shifter to keep his humanity, so shifters can’t be gay. Yet, everything inside Zev tells him Jonah is his true mate. Zev and Jonah know they’re destined for each other, but they must overcome traditions ingrained over generations and long-buried secrets to fulfill their destiny.
“I don’t know.” he finally answered, feeling a bit disappointed when the stomach stopped growing. The man’s stomach was as big as an overdue pregnant woman with multiples. He smiled and began to rub the huge, heavily pregnant stomach.
In canon, mpreg is often explained by alien biology. Alien Nation and Star Trek: Enterprise both have canonical male pregnancy, Torchwood has a reference to it as well, and in Farscape one of the alien male characters accidentally does much of the gestating of John and Aeryn’s child.
But you couldn’t move out of his way. How could you? You had to rescue Kaneki from Yamori despite Ayato yelling he was dead. You could remember Touka’s distraught face when she tried to attack him but you stopped her. You became angry he was trying to tear down her strong will. She was his sister after all! What an arrogant prick.