the reason i get so discoursey about mpreg is not solely about the kink itself or the various tropes for it. it stems from the fact that this kink and these associated elements like a/b/o are largely created and supported by cis people. what do you think this looks like to us? that you would rather use convoluted psuedoscience to wave away biological impossibilities with cismpreg, just so you can have dudes with dicks? that you would rather pass off things like anal live birth as normal in your creative works, rather than make a character a transman, which wouldn’t alter the character in any other way other than their genitalia? it holds up cissexist values that only further alienate and offend transmasculine fans of this kink, including myself and others. as well as any other transmasc people who have to see cismpreg art and be reminded that the majority of cis sentiments is that penis = male, and in order for it to be ‘male pregnancy’ a guy has to have a dick even though thats entirely biologically bogus. its hurtful. its insulting to some of us who are trying to normalize our bodies and use interests like this as coping mechanisms, creative expression, and of course, good wholesome jerk-off material that we can actually relate to
The Third Alternative by Billie McIver, a 1983 Star Trek: TOS story in which Kirk wants to have a child so he talks Spock into letting McCoy do the procedure that will allow Kirk to carry one. This fanwork appears in The Voice #2.
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
So I have only recently heard about Omegaverse stories, and my first thought was shifters right? Oh how wrong I was. While having a conversation with Marc and Dana, they informed me that while Omegaverse books have Alphas, Omegas and Betas sometimes, there is no shifting. Wait wait, no people shifting into animals? I was intrigued, so both Marc and Dana recommended an Omegaverse book they both loved I did get it but when I saw it had mpreg in it I put it on the back burner. Why you ask? Well I am not the biggest mpreg fan, they just are not the trope that I usually go for.
I really enjoyed and loved reading this wonderful book it was so lovely written. I loved the relationship between Nitro and Peter. I loved that they got their happy ending and their happy little family at the end too. I loved the twists and turns and the edge of the seat action too. I loved everything about this lovely book. I will recommend this book to everybody I know and to all my friends too. 👏
Regardless of his sadly lacking social circle, Stiles was going to have to get some physical contact or he was going to explode. Seriously. It’d be messy and Derek would probably become even more emotionally constipated having to clean up little bits of Stiles from his pristine walls and furniture.
No stranger to the writing world, A.M. Arthur has been creating stories in her head since she was a child and scribbling them down nearly as long. She credits an early fascination with male friendships (bromance wasn’t a thing yet) with her later discovery of and subsequent affair with m/m romance stories. When not writing, she can be found in her kitchen, pretending she’s an amateur chef and tryi …more
Warning – by the title you would know that this is a male pregnancy birth. Another thing is that it does have cuss words in it. If you, the reader, are not okay or comfortable with these things, either go to the next story and read the warnings or exit this short story book. Please no bad comments. You have been warned.
I awoke that morning feeling Braxton Hicks contractions in my belly but decided to just shrug it off for now. I was sure they’d stop once I had some food. I climbed out of bed as Brian continued to snore softly beside me and waddled to the bathroom to relieve myself. I was just getting ready to sit down so I could go when I felt a pop and water rushed down my legs soaking the bath mat.
Tôi vội làm theo lời cậu ta. Lát sau, đầu đứa bé hoàn toàn ra ngoài thật. Chỗ đó bớt căng trướng đi nhiều lắm. Albert lại ấn tay vào hậu đình kéo dây rốn ra. Sau nỗ lực rặn cuối cùng, toàn thân đứa nhỏ cũng trượt ra khỏi tôi. Tôi gục xuống sàn và thở ra vì nhẹ nhõm. Nhìn đứa con nhỏ bé đang khóc to, khóe miệng tôi nhếch lên thật cao. Albert đặt đứa nhỏ vào vòng tay tôi sau khi đã xử lý sạch sẽ. Cả 3 cùng khóc vì hạnh phúc!
The pain returned for the fourth time, and this time he tossed his head back and cried out; a hot, rush of fluids gushing out of both his vagina and anus all at once. It was hot against his cooled skin. He panted and gasped as he struggled to back up, seeing the fluids being washed off where he lay from the waves lapping at the edges.
How many Omegas can say they were rescued by a kidnapping ring before they were rescued from it? Thane was an Omega with a very dark secret, trying to break free from an unpleasant past when he was hired as a paralegal in the local shifter law firm. Alpha Haldrian Christof, Drey to his friends, was one of the few local attorneys specializing in shifter law. His first attempt at claiming an Omega, a visit to the Omega auction, had ultimately failed. That didn’t stop him from falling for his new paralegal, a kidnapping victim with soft blond curls and entrancing blue eyes.
Eben Meiser only drove Jake away to prevent him from learning the truth—that Eben is a dragon-shifter, feared and shunned by society. Now Eben is preparing to spend Christmas alone when Jake comes hurtling back into his life, along with the surprise that he’s carrying Eben’s baby. Eben fights to protect their future, but will he and Jake be able to rekindle their past?
When not exorcising the voices in her head, she toils away in a retail job that tests her patience and gives her lots of story fodder. She can also be found in her kitchen, pretending she’s an amateur chef and trying to not poison herself or others with her cuisine experiments.
It is just so much easier to mock something than to really engage in it. Like, how easy to point out the mpreg trope and be like, “Look at this crazy thing these crazy people are doing.” But mpreg is a really poignant commentary on how the biological fact that women carry children influences every aspect of female life in society. Tweak it so that can get pregnant, too, and watch how things change: watch how the men are the ones now struggling with the questions that society so seldom demands of them. It breaks my heart, what so many mpreg fics reveal about how girls feel about their place in society. I mean, in Omegaverse, frequently the pregnancy-bearing gender is literally a prisoner of its reproductive function, lamenting the inability to ever lead a life with full freedom of choice, and, in fact, tasked with limiting exposure to the impregnating gender because, hey, they are not to blame if they’re tempted by the irresistible invitation of a baby-depository in their vicinity. 
“Oh look at her wings!” Castiel whispered, his grace lighting when the eyes opened as his little green eyed girl woke up. Her wings were bright white with a silvery cast over them. Streaks of almost metallic violet blue shone throughout the tiny, grace slickened wings that were now stickily covering her body.
Tips For Writing Flash FictionFlash Fiction Month is rolling up quickly! To help our participants along, we’ve asked SRSmith to contribute to our Writer’s Resources with some tips on how to write flash fiction, which we think you’ll find very useful. Thanks, Steve!