“Mpreg Harry Potter A.S. Ryder”

“I did try to appreciate it, I made a point of reading a couple fics from different fandoms for a while. But. The problem I have with Omegaverse is the, as I like to call it, ‘biological inevitability’. A/B/O has always left me with a bad taste in my mouth because I feel as if there is no choice in it, no free will. It’s all biology. I kinda feel the same about the whole soulmates trope. Love, for me, is choice, every day. I have to choose to love someone and to let that love influence who I am as a person. The moment biology steps in and dictates not only a character’s sex life but also their place in society based on their sexuality, the whole concept becomes abhorrent to me. Sorry.” (Lena, female, demisexual/biromantic, 18-25, Germany)

There are three types of men, alpha males, beta males, and omega males. Alpha males are like any ordinary guy with the exception of their cocks, they work just like canines (the knot, tons of cum, strong breeders, etc) The beta male, is an ordinary guy without the special cock. Omega males are capable of child bearing and often called bitch males.[5]

His attention was beginning to make Akatora feel powerful, and the smell of the omega pheromones was beginning to awake his own heat. Finishing up his meal, he turned slightly to his side, so that his eyes meet those of Naruto, and this time the blonde did let a purr escape him, as he leaned his body back on his arms against the table and stretching out, showing of his body for the two men.

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Danny and Brie were an odd couple. For one thing, Brie was tough and serious, yet also sweet on the inside. Danny could be easily mistaken for a lesbian. He had a bowl-shaped boyish haircut and a very feminine face. He wasn’t muscular at all and had very narrow shoulders like a girl. But Brie had the most unusual attribute, for she was a witch, and had the power to switch one’s gender or sex role. That is, she could take the genitals of a boy and a girl and switch them. In this scenario, the girl would be on top during sex.

“Sammy, remember the last time I plowed that little ass of yours. You were moaning like the wanton whore you are. Tell me, how many dicks have you begged for? Probably already lost count, didn’t you slut?” Dean said all of that with a smug smile.

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.

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The concept of male pregnancy has been the subject of popular films, generally as a comedic device. The 1978 comedy film Rabbit Test stars Billy Crystal as a young man who inexplicably becomes pregnant instead of his female sex partner. The 1990 BBC television comedy drama Frankenstein’s Baby features a Dr. Eva Frankenstein helping a male patient to become the world’s first pregnant man.[29] The 1994 science fiction comedy/drama Junior stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a fertility researcher who experiments on himself; the screenplay was inspired by a 1985 article in Omni magazine.[9]

“Easy for you to say” groaned Spy, “You’re not the one giving birth on all fours like an animal- Argh!”. He didn’t get the chance to finish what he was saying. As the next contraction came, Spy rocked himself back and fourth, huffing and panting like he’d just run a marathon.

Another twenty minutes of pushing, screaming, and cursing, Harry finally managed to give birth to the baby boy. Severus clamped and cut the umbilical cord, handed the baby to Draco, and urged Harry to push out the placenta.

To the Sticking Place by blueink3 – John and Sherlock as theatre actors, both acting as the main roles in a Hamlet production! WIP (I don’t know why this doesn’t get more love, this is the theatre version of Performance In A Leading Role!) (my fave) 

But then Cas starts to notice little things that Dean does like how his hand absent-mindedly hovers over his stomach when everyone’s gushing over their nephew’s ultrasounds or how he gets up in the middle of the night to sit in his rocking chair mumbling along to Zeppelin till he falls asleep or how he isn’t ready to give up the crib yet even though he never says why

The trend for soulmate/soulmark AUs has cooled off a bit recently, I think, which is fine. It’s just the natural rhythm of fandom, tropes come and go. There have been some really intriguing explorations of the concept, and some that have just used the concept to tell beautiful stories, and this fic falls into the second of those categories. It’s depthful and interesting and well characterised and I was rooting so hard for those crazy kids.

Book wasn’t really for me. Blake was really selfish and 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.

“I like the idea of a twisted reality where society is still fixated on gender but the skew is different, i.e. it’s not as much women that are repressed but it’s interesting to explore the themes of gender bias and prejudice using a totally fictional universe and it’s easy to relate to a lot of the injustices that omegas face and also fun to play with those themes.” (erin, female, pansexual, 18-25, UK)

Luke Wyatt, handsome and wealthy suitcase entrepreneur and shifter, is about to close the deal of a lifetime. Travelling to Monaco to meet with the rich and famous, he finds himself rubbing shoulders with the perfect investors in an ideal setting. But before he knows it, things get dangerous. Very dangerous.

Practicing the Same Religion by Geoviki. Mpreg is a common Harry Potter trope. “Classic Harry/Draco Mpreg. It’s the fic that everyone says, ‘I don’t usually like/read Mpreg BUT… loved this story!'”[9] (2005)

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.

Joel watched the man squirm against the contraction as a small egg suddenly slipped out and he caught it, cleaning it and putting it on the bed beside the man. Another huge gush of fluids exited the man and he saw blood trickling out of his hole.