“Mpreg Labor I Love Mpreg But My Friends”

It was still a mystery to Junmyeon, how Chanyeol and Baekhyun hadn’t been the ones with an unplanned pregnancy during college. Instead, it had been him, careful, organised, prepared for anything, Junmyeon, who had stared at the test until Baekhyun carefully pulled it from his clamped-up hand and dried his tears, four weeks after saying goodbye to his boyfriend. Or ex-boyfriend. A relationship that had had an expiration-date from the very first day, something both of them had been aware of and accepted, though it hadn’t meant his heart hadn’t broken when he watched the Alpha leave for the last time. That was seven years ago.

I definitely enjoyed Arthur’s take on the omegaverse trope. This type of storyline typically focuses on alpha/beta/omega non shifters in an alternate world. Mpreg and mating heat are often a big part of thes …more

”Go boil water,Put this in it and sterilize it!” He demands before handing Grell the instrument. Grell nods and runs off. Sebastian stands by Ciel’s bedside patting away his sweat with a handkerchief and breathing through his own pain silently for what seems like an eternity before Grell finally returns with the sterilized instrument.

Since 2000, several hoax web sites have appeared on the Internet[13] purporting to describe the world’s first pregnant man. While sometimes relying on legitimate scientific claims, in reality, no such experiment has ever been reported. Fertility clinician Cecil Jacobson claimed to have transplanted a fertilized egg from a female baboon to the omentum in the abdominal cavity of a male baboon in the mid-1960s, which then carried the fetus for four months; however, Jacobson did not publish his claims in a scientific journal, and was subsequently convicted on several unrelated counts of fraud for ethical misconduct.[9]

   Omegaverse is a AU(alternate universe) in which males can get pregnant. It isn’t always the most popular AU, but it is still used by others. In this system, there are three main roles: Alpha, Beta, and Omega.

One moment, Riley Murrough is living a normal life working in a coffee shop, and the next, he’s running for his life from demons, learns he bears the mark of a shape-shifter king from a magical realm, and – worst of all – he’s destined to become the mated prince to the arrogant tiger shifter he would rather strangle. Khalon, the shifter king, is equally distraught at the idea of being bound to a human prince, and he sets out to return Riley to his own world where he belongs.

Niso grabbed Francis and laid him back down. “It won’t stop unless you start pushing Francis!” He said, narrowing his eyes at him now. “So push!” He ordered harshly, gritting his teeth now. Francis choked back a half sob. No sensation like this had ever been inflicted on his body before; everything hurt. His eyes snapped open abruptly to what had to be the hardest set of contractions yet. “Gyahhhhh..!” He wailed then bore down with a loud grunt of pain. A horrific pain burned in his anus and his chest seized but he continued pushing. He could feel the ring of pressure building between his cheeks. Still panting raggedly, Francis wrenched his thighs apart and drove his chin to his chest. He pushed, hard, screaming profanities when a small, gory head bulged out of his stretched anus. Niso moved to in between Francis’ legs, looking between them and biting his lip as he sees the head bulging his anus. “Keep pushing, it’s crowning!” He said, biting his lip as he gripped Francis’ knees, spreading them apart even more. While he watched, Niso suddenly realized that he’d never actually assisted in a birth before but had given birth twice. He chewed the inside of his lip as Francis continued laboring, hoping against hope that nothing will go wrong.

“Oh fuck!” Sniper exclaimed. Colour drained from his face. Forget being shot, blown up, set on fire, or getting back stabbed several times, or even that one time he thought he might’ve caught chlamydia from a koala, THIS was the most terrifying thing the assassin had ever had to endure. There was a mad scramble to undo and pull down Spy’s trousers (or Soldier’s trousers that Spy had borrowed rather) before the next contraction.

Karter Jenks is younger than I expected (23), but is ready for a mate, especially seeing fellow constable Bloom so happy. He does not expect to find his mate when searching for a burglary suspect, or for him to have a kid.

I thought prison would be a good life. No crime to worry about, daily meals, a bed to sleep in what more could I ask for? But reality soon hit me after I was fingerprinted, stripped of all my belongings, and issued a prison jumpsuit. On my first day there I was informed by my cel

“(…) I also like the changes in power dynamics in pairings and characters sometimes can be written as accepting of them and sometimes resist them. I mostly read Omegaverse in the Sherlock fandom and either Sherlock or John (both very strong, dominant characters) resisting the social and sometimes the physical stereotypes of the Omega is one of my favorite type of story.” (Ishtar, female, straight, 50+, USA)

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) 

            “Director Fury’s office,” answered the woman in front of her, not looking back. Six year old (Name) looked up and tilted her head to the side in a questioning manner. The name ‘Fury’ was one she didn’t know but then again – she didn’t even know where she was.

Kade Sinclair lives on his own in the city and his dates always used to have problems that his three adorable dogs always came first. Now he can’t even remember his last date. His body clock is telling him he needs to find a mate but he is far too busy to do anything about it.

“Well, I only have experience with “The Gilded Cage” so far. The exploration of biological determination and social oppression is fascinating in this context as well as what makes weak and strong. To make Sherlock, a strong character we clearly admire and root for, an Omega, with all of the distressing biological imperatives and legal unpersonhood just makes these issues resonate even more. It is also fascinating to witness John’s character, a morally upstanding and compassionate individual, be so distressed to be at the mercy of biology as well, and to see his gradual education of the issues concerning Omega. I know all stories have a different biology/world, but I really like the one Beautifulfiction has created.” (Myladylyssa, female, lesbian, 30-40, USA)

I’m most interested in stories that explore compelling, thought-provoking implications of such a six-gendered world. I’m not opposed to reading smut, but smut for its own sake isn’t particularly interesting to me.