A very early example, (perhaps the first?) of mpreg art, from the 1980 Star Trek: TOS zine Galactic Discourse #3, artist Linda White. “Bones, would you come to my cabin please? I think it’s time you learned the truth about Setarcos.” It is a riff on the story Beyond Setarcos
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“The nurturing & bonding process of pregnancy stretching beyond gender stereotypes. Different facets of parenting reflected in a male/male relationship (strong omega daddy + tender alpha papa). Baby cuddles.” -Iris
The trope originated in Supernatural fandom with a few very specific AU kink meme prompts for the J2 RPF ship. The first one was in May 2010 and has also been identified as the culprit responsible for the popularity of knotting in SPN fandom:
He jerked his hand back with a gasp. He was in labor, he was giving birth! He groaned at a contraction and clutched his pregnant stomach with a sob. “Y-You’re coming…!” He moaned, feeling the babies inside twist and prepare to come out. The one in his birth canal was just a couple pushes away from being crowned.
Eren’s head lolled forward, his mates long hair plastered to the back of his neck, and Levi initially didn’t understand why his mate was making a low grunting noise. The baby boy in his arms let out a small cry and Eren’s whole body shook as he started to sob
I shrieked from what was in front of my eyes. There were dead people in my house. As I slowly tried to go near one of them to see who they were, I saw a man with a chainsaw in front of my huge sliding window door.
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?
Summary: Ferris was overdue, and even in the ocean’s water he felt as heavy as he looked. For the new parent, his entire pregnancy had been a new experience; however it meant he wasn’t ready for the labor and birth.
As the latest pain eased from her body, Greta loosened her grip on her husband’s hand and leaned against his chest. It had already been over seven hours since she’d gone into labor and she was ready for it to be over with as soon as possible. Her body and the merbabe it held seemed to have other plans though, as neither seemed willing to end this.
He scooted in as close as he could to Rhys with the young omega’s swollen belly, draping a heavy arm about the young man’s upper body as he quietly nuzzled and scented along Rhys’ forehead, smiling at the soft brush of Rhys’ unkempt hair against his nose. He kept close to the omega, enjoying the quiet moment, until he felt Rhys starting to shift and wake in his arms. He tucked his chin to his chest, looking at his omega with a gentle smile as Rhys’ slowly stirred, blinking his eyes up at the alpha.
As the latest contraction gripped her bulging belly, her tail curling of its own accord in reaction to the pain, she groaned, “Not a million times, Tris, maybe just two or three.” Her eyes were scrunched shut in an effort to block everything, including the pain, out.
Spy put his book aside to pull his sweatshirt down. He looked longingly towards the wardrobe where his suit hung. He still hadn’t made up his mind whether he wanted to keep the baby or not. On the one hand, he was a spy, and an assassin, as was Sniper. Their jobs demanded that they go anywhere at short notice. There were also his enemies to consider. He’d made many over the years. It wouldn’t be beneath some of them to harm his child to get to him. There was also the issue of any possible discrimination should anyone find out. You had to be married to have children. And two men could not get married in this day and age. Also, if there was one thing both Spy and Sniper lacked knowledge or experience of, it was child care. On the other hand however, both Spy and Sniper had always had a soft spot for children. If there was anyone the mercenaries couldn’t bring themselves to harm, it was children. There were plenty of spies that were able to lead family lives outside of work. It was difficult yes, but not impossible. Should his enemies come knocking, well he would definitely insist on teaching the child how to defend themselves if that happened. And either he or Sniper could pretend to be the child’s uncle while out in public. And, though Spy would never admit it, he did feel he was becoming rather atta- OW!
Jax’s story horrifies Karter, and he vows to protect his omega from further harm—but first he has to get his stubborn, angry omega to trust him. Trust is no longer in Jax’s nature, but he can’t deny his connection to the young alpha eager to please him. Jax never thought he’d want another alpha to touch him, much less mate with him, but Karter’s gentle patience breaks down the walls Jax erected around his heart after the death of his first mate. As Jax’s next heat approaches, the investigation into his captivity uncovers surprising connections to several previous cases, and the danger to everyone involved increases. Can he trust Karter to protect him, or will Jax’s past destroy their chance for a happily ever after?
But when ‘Saved’ was free on Amazon, I grabbed it. Hey, free and a new to me author, of course I grabbed it. The same day I got it we were talking about what to read for our out of comfort zone week, and Eloreen mentioned it was mpreg. I figured now was the perfect time to read my very first Omegaverse book. But it wasn’t just the mpreg that was out of my comfort zone, it also has abuse, physical, sexual and emotional. I just really do not like reading books with abuse, but I have to say that A.M. handled it very well.
Birth mpreg 1He is home alone when contractions come. He pushes until his water breaks and his fluid breaks out. He pushes again and again struggling from the pain. The head starts to come when the pressure rises. He pushes and pants to get the baby out.
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The novel starts as a typical first person. Jason riddles off pointless details about himself, and then we’re thrown into his on the run lifestyle with his father, which brings me to my first issue. The telling. Huge problem in this book is the telling. We’re told Jason is nurturing, we’re told about his heats, we’re told he’s afraid, we’re told, through Mac’s pov that he’s traumatized. Meanwhile I’m waiting to be shown this world of shifters and the enclave which is actually interesting. Eventually we’re shown these things with minute detail, but it would have been so much sexier to see Jason writhing in his bed, tossing and turning from the heat pulsating though him, to make us feel his need!
Anna Fox lives alone – a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times…and spying on her neighbors. Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, mother, their teenaged son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldn’t, her world begins to crumble. And its shocking secrets are laid bare.
One of the teenagers took steps toward me. He lifted my sweatshirt to expose my belly. I was afraid that he might do something. I took steps back until I hit the wall. Now I was leaning against the wall nowhere to go.
So I’m reading a yaoi manga and there is a alpha/omega relationship and they already reproduced. But there was also an alpha/beta couple and I really wanted them to kids but I just read that betas are more of the everyday person type so I just wanted to be sure but I kinda already know. Can male betas get pregnant?
“knotting: the fact that they have to post-coital cuddle. They’re still connected, they talk, the emotional back and forth that pure sex often lacks.” (missingnolovefic, female, queer, 18-25, Germany)
He didn’t think the pain could get any worse, but as his baby’s head crowned to it’s widest point, it seemed to triple. And the mass in his anus persisted, being slowly pushed down with each push he gave to birth his baby. His pelvis felt too incredibly full with what was going on inside him, but all he could do was push and hope for the best.
I thought the book was well written. Different in a good way. Loved the characters. Had light steamy spots. Kits mom pushing him to groups and church, because she thinks him liking dragons is a sin. Which the group he gets into, the leader Jackie is evil, wanting to turn all against dragons. You wonder why the hatred and all becomes out at the end. Very good story. Kept me reading till the end. Kit and Red Dragon happy ending.