Dean felt terror as he couldn’t move his body and inch. He could vaguely see through the sheet of blue grace that covered his eyes. The angels were holding him down but it was taking too long. The baby needed out and fast. He panted, holding back his screams as he felt Castiel’s warm thumb rub soothingly over his cheekbone. He let out a shaken breath as he felt the cool hand start to slide into his stomach.
Not everyone has as passionate views about Omegaverse, mind you. Alice (female, straight, 25-30, UK) says, “I’m… ambivalent. I don’t hate it with a passion, I find it weird, but it’s no weirder than some of the other fanfic phenomenons that have cropped up before.”
Requests, sorry there’s probably going to be a lot. A/B/O Rhack: Rhys heavily pregnant, and while he’s overjoyed about his child, he just wants the kid out of him. Hence Jack pulling the, “You know what can move things along faster?” Aka Jack has a thing for seeing his mate pregnant.
The trope spread rapidly beyond SPN and J2, and by 2013 A/B/O was so saturated within fandom culture that Kristina Busse included the essay “Pon Farr, Mpreg, and the rise of the Omegaverse” in Anne Jamison’s fanfiction academic anthology, Fic: Why Fanfiction Is Taking Over the World.
”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.
Jensen just nodded and started the laborious task of shifting himself around on the seat. Half way through twisting round another contraction ripped through his belly, almost sending him tumbling out the open door.
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First time writing a mpreg and labor scene so don’t know how good it is. I hope the original poster liked it. Like I said earlier, there will inaccurate medical information but it’s a fic so, there’s that.
i think it said that they can, just that they can’t get pregnant from it. also i think they can have a relationship, but not kids – so basically it’s ‘you can fuck who you want, but not necessarily get pregnant with who you want’.
Eben and Jake’s story was a delightful and fun read. i loved Jake and Eben’s characters, the wonderful interactions and a good plot. This is a terrific story about learning to trust and being brave enough to let another person truly see who you are.
Why I read this book: This week is Out Of Your Comfort Zone, and I had just snagged this one when it was free. I wasn’t sure what I would read for this week and one of our reviewers pointed out it was mpreg which isn’t really my cup of tea. I also saw the note that is had warnings for physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, all of which are hot buttons for me.
“My wife’s about to give birth!” he practically screamed at the nurse, causing her to flinch and touch her ears subtly. Lately, loud noises had been incredibly piercing. She felt a flutter in her belly and rubbed the round mass, easing her own unborn child. Clearly the baby didn’t like the noise either.
Summary: Levi moves away from the only town he’s ever known, off to university and away from his two friends, Isabel and Farlan. Having roommates is a new experience, one that he thinks will be totally unpleasant, but when the last person to turn up is a gorgeous male omega, his perspective changes.
It was difficult making contact with him initially. He had won the election and was the new Iowa senator, so it was no easy task to contact him directly. Luckily, I still had some friends and contacts in his inner circle who made sure that my letter was delivered into Harding’s hands personally. I didn’t say what the issue was in the letter, lest it fall into the wrong hands. But I did manage to get some face time with him.
Single and popular, James is obsessed with the high life and does not want to settle down. That is, until he meets Stewart. Devastatingly good-looking, charming and aloof, Stewart is everything James never knew he wanted; except that he seems to have something against James and everything he stands for.