“Mpreg Clippy M M Shifter Mpreg Central”

Ro-Ange Olson: This is such a different romance story. I loved it. The book was very long and could be split into 2-3 books in my opinion, but I’d hate to have to wait to read the next part too. I loved the chapter from Darius’s point of view. It was a really different way for the writer to cover time and also …

As Ferris took the babies in his arms, he held them up tiredly, smiling with joy as they both started to feed on the milk that had built up in his chest for them. They suckled happily on him as his nipples produced the milk for them, and he looked at his beloved mate with a worn but overjoyed smile.

It’s everywhere over the Naruto fandom and I haven’t read Harry Potter FFs in a while, but it was there for quite some time, too. I’ve seen nearly non in the Hobbit fandom, however that might be because of that fandoms obsession with genderbending.

Harking back to merlenhiver’s quote from the introduction, we can see heteronormative notions expressed in her praise of “The Alpha as the ideal male – protective, fierce yet caring, driven mad by his desire for the Omega, and ultimately a provider for his family.”

The Republic of Heaven by Blind_Author – His Dark Materials AU. WIP (okay so this is my fave out of all my faves but it hasn’t been updated in forever but I refuse to believe it’s been abandoned or else I’ll perish) (the fave)

As I said before, I understand, to some readers mpreg is strange. To picture a man waddling with a large stomach, it cannot be real or conceivable. But I ask the same question isn’t that what fiction and fantasy are? And to add another question isn’t the writer’s job to make it believable? And my answer is yes. Our job as the writer is to keep the reader engaged in the story we are telling that reading about a man getting pregnant is nothing but an everyday occurrence.

The possibility of extraterrestrial life having different reproductive sexuality is the basis for many references. In the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Unexpected”, Trip Tucker becomes pregnant with the offspring of a female of another species. In the video game The Sims 2 male characters can be impregnated via cheat codes or alien abduction. In the American Dad! episode “Deacon Stan, Jesus Man”, the boy Steve becomes impregnated after giving the mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to the extraterrestrial Roger, then unwittingly passes it on to his girlfriend via a kiss. In the animated series Futurama, the extraterrestrial Kif can be impregnated by a touch. In the SciFi Channel miniseries, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, the extraterrestrial Rygel becomes impregnated with human John and Aeryn’s baby. In the series Alien Nation, when Tectonese main character George Francisco and his wife Susan decide to have a third child, it is revealed that, in order to conceive, a Tectonese couple needs a third party, called a binnaum, to complete impregnation, and that the male carries the baby—encased in a pod—during the final months of gestation. In the Ren & Stimpy “Adult Party Cartoon” episode “Stimpy’s Pregnant” features Stimpy who is pregnant but Mr. Horse finds out that he is actually constipated. In the animated series The Fairly OddParents in the TV film Fairly OddBaby, the fairy Cosmo was pregnant of Baby Poof. In the Ben 10: Alien Force episode “Save the Last Dance”, it is revealed that Necrofriggians have an ability to asexually reproduce once every 80 years: building a large nest made of digested metal, where their eggs will hatch, then their offspring feed from metal and will first eat from the nest, before they instinctively will feed on solar plasma until they mature and starts their own separate lives. Due to the Necrofriggian reproduction cycle, Big Chill overtook Ben’s personality to carry out the process, but Ben doesn’t remember anything he does as Big Chill during this cycle, like he eats metal and had 14 babies, and felt very embarrassed when Gwen, Kevin and Julie explained, and Kevin’s teasing and calling him “mommy” did not help. In The Three Stooges episode “Even as IOU” Curly accidentally swallows a Vitamin Z pill meant for a horse. However, the error allows Curly to give birth to an Equidae, which the Stooges crown as a winning race horse.

WARNING: This story contains male pregnancy, female pregnancy, minor language, and extremely descriptive, if not graphic, labour and birthing scenes. If you are not a fan of any of these subjects, than I would prefer if you not comment on my story, just to start flame wars and explain to the world how certain things, like mpreg, are disgusting and sinful. That is only your opinion, and there are some people that actually enjoy things like this, so please keep your opinions to yourself.

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