Joel smirked and caught the egg covered in sticky fluid, cleaned it, and placed it beside the man on the bed. He saw that it was very small, possibly the smallest size of eggs the man was going to have. He saw the man groaning as he felt more eggs go down his birth canal and he rubbed his sweaty stomach, giving it a kiss and feeling it tighten up.
It wasn’t an elaborate wedding. That costs too much, especially the outfits. A suit wouldn’t work with Sonic’s rounded belly. The dress would have had to be altered. Sonic told Shadow to forget about that.
The human political plotline was another that had some great ideas but wasn’t pulled off as smoothly as liked, including brief treatment of two human factions (part of the same team) that seemed to be at odds with any kind of organized effort by a human government to take an issue like this seriously. (People showing up at official, extremely sensitive, top-secret, and should-be-very-carefully-managed negotiations unannounced. A strike force that seemed to be spotted from miles away slowly surrounding and capturing an entire large group that should have easily been able to slip away, but they seemed to just stand there and wait to be surrounded and captured.)
What surprised me the most was how few pregnant women or women who have children actually read the genre. I thought the number would be much higher. Over 91% of our respondents have never been pregnant. Of the small number who have been (or the one respondent who is pregnant with her first child… congratulations by the way!), the reasons for finding the genre isn’t all that surprising. It’s relatable.
I felt like if I were to tell him then he really wouldn’t talk to me. He had always wanted a perfect life and having a child so early is not perfect. For him I decided to be quiet but he had already knew what I meant.
Spy by this point, had taken to lying on his side. He breathed into the mask. But still, the gas and air did little to alleviate the pain. If anything, it only made him feel woozy and nauseous. He felt another contraction begin. Now they were really strong and coming just minutes apart. Spy breathed in the gas and air, but when the contraction reached its peak, he let out an anguished cry.
Rhys’ nesting habits were no news to Jack. The omega had been building small nests throughout his pregnancy, and had even constructed a couple of makeshift blanket forts beforehand whenever he’d felt down and in need of warmth and snacks. But the current nest that had swallowed up their bed was nothing like Jack had seen before. Hell, he couldn’t even tell if his omega was even inside the nest, with how large and voluminous it was.
In a surprising (to me) twist, the male omega had a cock, an ass that was breedable, but no testicles. At first I was surprised and a bit disappointed by this, as one of the reasons I like omegaverse stories is the male-male action, especially leading to pregnancy. I’m already a bit hesitant about some of this genre, as Alphas are often hyper-masculine and, except for their equipment, the male omegas often take on very traditionally feminine roles. Although I very much appreciate gender-challenging characters, I am also a bit disappointed when it’s always the top, Alpha who takes on the masculine roles and the receptive, bottom, omega who takes on traditionally female roles. (Also, tops that constantly penetrate their male partner but who never let a bottom near their own entrance is a particular turn off of mine, but par for the course in omegaverse novels.) When these roles are so strongly separated, it seems to me one might as well just write male/female stories.
Ernt Allbright, a former POW, comes home from the Vietnam war a changed and volatile man. When he loses yet another job, he makes an impulsive decision: He will move his family north, to Alaska, where they will live off the grid in America’s last true frontier.
Roo’verse by Tzzzz, an SGA mpreg which is unusual in that the biology of the men being able to become pregnant (a subtype of humans attributed to Ancient experimentation) is that of a marsupial, so the pregnancy does not resemble a regular human pregnancy.  (2009)
He tries not to be nervous as he drives home. He didn’t forget it’s their anniversary; he stopped this morning and got a really nice bottle of wine for them to share. It’s not him. It’s Stiles – he’s been distracted lately, lost in his own thoughts. He’s been secretive with his phone, and when Derek borrowed his computer, the browsing history had been wiped clean. He really truly believes that Stiles isn’t cheating on him, but he’s worried. Things have been better since Stiles went back to work, but everything’s just…different now, and Derek knows he can’t expect any less, but knowing that doesn’t make things easier.
In canon, mpreg is often explained by alien biology. Alien Nation and Star Trek: Enterprise both have canonical male pregnancy, Torchwood has a reference to it as well, and in Farscape one of the alien male characters accidentally does much of the gestating of John and Aeryn’s child.
Great read the writer knows how to write and keep a reader held in suspense. The characters are both likeable and unlikeable in many cases but all characters are full of surprises you never see coming and you should be surprised and ready for a great little book.
Omegaverse is really a fascinating fandom invention. 50% of it is totally problematic and reinforcing a lot of fucked up patriarchal, rape culture values. The other 50% is some of the most insightful, subversive social commentary I’ve ever read on gender identity/gender roles/queer oppression.
He lay there breathing heavily, his face was all red from exhausting himself with pushing, but what choice did he have? There was no way he could manage to call 911; what would he tell them? ‘Hi, I have been gaining a lot of weight these past couple months and now I’m in an extraordinary amount of pain – what should I do?’ He grunted under the wave of another contraction. His face contorted in pain and he rolled onto his side trying to escape it. “Motherff….gggg” he moaned and bit down on his lip pushing with whatever energy he could muster up. Whatever was done there moved somewhat so whatever was there was now resting against his prostate, “Ahhh,” he moaned, he felt his dick twitch – through the pain he hadn’t noticed himself getting really hard, “MmNNNHHGGG” the next shot of pain was a weird mix of pain and pleasure. He reached down and started to stroke himself, keeping his mind off the pain for a little why but it didn’t last long.
Raising our young is a difficult process. To limit emotional attachment, we are not permitted to raise our own children. The moment they are born, a couple steps up to take them away. You don’t even get to hear them cry. This, like our deadened feelings, is also for a good cause. Handfuls of my species adopt multiple offspring, while those who are too irresponsible cannot corrupt young minds. In a sense, everybody wins.
As if that wasn’t enough, his landlord is mean. He also hates pets and children, especially pups. He made it a rule that no pets or children were allowed. Sonic thought,’Wait till he hears the good news. He’ll kick me out because I’m pregnant.’
“Very well, Sir. Mr. Loki seems to suffer severe hemorraging, some of his organs are on the verge of shutting down. He has 3 fractured ribs, one collapsed lung, his left shoulder is dislocated and has multiple fractures along the arm. His rectum is severely wounded, some of the muscles are ripped and bleeding. He has also suffered a concussion that has him on the verge of unconsciousness.” Said J.
As he came running out from the ANBU head quarters, he almost ran into a group of two men and one woman, the man he almost ran into being a big alpha called Bear that he had found particularly attractive, but never had a chance to hit on. He gave a playful laugh towards the man and invited him to the chase by releasing more pheromones and letting himself stroke his body against the other man as he passed, and then dashed of, leaving the people behind and running for all he was worth.
Jax Hollister is no stranger to shifter prejudice. After watching his older brother convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, it’s the entire reason he left his pack to become a shifter defense attorney in Capitol City. Jax loves his work, but there’s a gaping hole in his personal life. No longer content with merely defending shifters, he wants to find one he can love…—an omega he claim as his very own.