Laying there breathing, Alex had to figure out how to continue pushing long enough for whatever it was to make it past his sphincter. This was taking a toll on him, he rolled over with some difficulty – maybe he just had to switch positions and things will be easier. Grunting a bit, he managed to roll onto his knees so he was in all fours position. He held himself up on his forearms. “Mmmmm,” he rocked back and forth on his knees.
In a world where Might Makes Right omegas are born victims. This was a difficult story for me to read. The omegas in this Omegaverse endure the enslavement, with all of the physical, emotional abuse which that word embodies, that women have endured throughout and to a lesser extent still deal with today. There is government sanctioned injustice premised solely on the idea that physical strength gives one group domain over another as though a human were property. Braun, an omega, finds the strength to fight to save himself, his brother, and other omegas from subjugation with the aid of his enlightened alpha mate and his friends. And, oh, yeah, there’s also a love story. However, both of the MCs could be a little irritating. The alpha needs to grow a pair where the omega is concerned and the omega needs to grow up. I wouldn’t call this story a standalone as the problems in this story aren’t all resolved. They continue into several more books which I intend to read. Four stars only because it’s not completed.
Omegas are the softer and more gentle of these roles. They are the nurturing parents who raise their children and they are the only ones in here who can get pregnant besides Beta females. The female Omegas use their systems as normal, getting pregnant that way and then nurturing the child like they should. But for the males, it is very different. All Omegas go through heats, it all depends on the author how often they go into heats. During this time, they are most fertile. But the pre-heat is what the males have to go through. Since they only have one hole, their rectum, that is also doubling as protection for the female parts. During pre-heat, the parts start to grow after they empty their rectum completely. The reason they do it is so nothing gets stuck in the uterus. But Omegas are the smaller ones with less muscle and smaller penises if they are male. They love to take care of children and all that parenting stuff.
After being exiled for his pack for loving the Packmaster’s son, Alpha wolf shifter Matthias returns only to find his love Bree shunned when his Omega nature is evident. Young, true love is lost but found again in the cold of the winter snow and the overwhelming mating heat. Overall, while the underlying plot was sweet, the writing and the story were not very compelling. Fans of explicit Alpha/Omega wolf shifter attraction, lust and love and their overwhelming drive to connect during the mating heat may find this to be a sizzling albeit short read. While placed in a werewolf setting, the steam includes favorite themes of omegaverse enthusiasts such as male pregnancy (mpreg) and knotting.
Sam and Castiel had just gotten Dean back into the Devil’s trap. Sam didn’t take his eyes off his brother, his lover, making sure he didn’t pull another stunt like the first one. Sam unconsciously put his arms around his middle. His abs had lost the definition of muscles and had gotten soft; soft because of the child growing in his womb.
“That’s something that I’d never considered.” Castiel sighed “however, perhaps now is not the time for such regrets.” Sam gave the angel a sympathetic smiled and then wished him good night and went off to his room.
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.
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.
Hetalia – Axis Powers – Rated: T – English – Romance/Drama – Chapters: 17 – Words: 54,128 – Reviews: 202 – Favs: 271 – Follows: 306 – Updated: 4/9/2014 – Published: 7/30/2013 – America, England/Britain
Also, what is this about a psychic medium who can help get rid of ghost in your home? What starts out as a trip to write a story ends up being the most important job of his life, in more ways than one. Secrets are out there, things to be discovered, past hardships to get past and one Alpha I truly want to be able to smack upside the head with a skillet.
Oh lord. Where to start. Look, this is not the best written fic in the world, not least (I think) because the author wrote it during NaNoWriMo, so it’s perhaps not been beta read or edited as well as it could’ve been. But it had me absolutely gripped from start to finish. I loved the storyline (it’s historical abo mpreg, I was in heaven), and the historical stuff, you can really tell the author knows what they’re talking about. It’s dark and bloody at times, but Stiles is pretty awesome throughout and Derek as “the Beast” is explained and developed very well. If, like me, you love a bit of abo mpreg and historical high drama, and you can overlook a few typos, this is fantastic stuff.
She nodded in understanding, slowly pulling away as he regained his footing. Her hands slid beneath his shirt, palming the sweaty flesh beneath. When she settled her hand against a hard bump at the base of his belly, they both let out a soft gasp of surprise. The baby had definitely gotten into position!
“Ohhhh!” the younger man moaned out, doubling over to grab his belly. The older man helped him walk towards the back room, and everyone followed. In the back room, there was all sorts of hospital-esque equipment – a bed with stirrups, a squat bar – and then less hospital-like stuff, such as a pool with see-through walls. The young man pointed towards the wall, and the older man helped him walk over there, where he leaned, hands against the wall, ass facing Charlie, as well as everyone else who had followed them in.
Alphas and Omegas often are slaves to their biology. Sometimes there is actual slavery inside a fic’s world, with Omegas usually occupying the lowest social strata, which some of my respondents love as a trope and other hate with a passion.
I’ll be updating this post regularly as more great fics will inevitably come along. And I’ll always be happy to rec specific fics to anyone and everyone! Just ask. I read Johnlock fanfic 24/7 every single day so might as well utilize it somehow.
“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?”
Behind closed doors, though, Tony is the pack alpha. Which was, you know. Weird at first. The weeks post-Loki had been a little, uh, tense. What with everyone trying to figure out their place in the team hierarchy. Tony had thought Steve was the pack alpha, the team’s center. As it turned out, though, everyone- even Steve- deferred to him. What movie were they watching together? Oh I don’t know, Tony, you pick. Tony can you hold me. Tony can you sit with me. Tony I need you. Tony thank you so much.
Panting through a few more contractions, Adam gasped when he felt a rush of fluids come out of his opening going onto the edge of the bed, and floor. The next contraction he felt was a little harder as Adam couldn’t help but want to push, “Please….can I push….gawd…”
For Adelene (female, straight, 25-30, USA), the genre of Omegaverse shows how fandom, consciously or not, is dealing with “toxic hyper-masculinity, docile housewife, and people. It creates an interesting dynamic where you are in a way removing the stereotypes from genders and assigning them to a dynamic that is assigned based more on the personality of the character.” The infinite ways authors depict this, despite starting from the same framework, “gives you an insight into the many ways those stereotypes are perceived, reacted to, broken, and affect people both in fic and real life. I say real life as well since any writer draws from their own experiences and that always colors their writing.”