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    Pregnancy is about the same as in the real world. For Betas at least. For the Omegas, everything sort of changes and flips their world around especially one who has never had a child before. The male Omegas chest will grow to around an a-cup to help feed their child. The Omegas will most likely be happy about having a child. The Alpha will become more and more protective of not just their Omega but also the small child growing inside of the Omega. 

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That’s not always the case, of course, yet several respondents complained that it does happen. Here are two more quotes on how the genre affects the depiction of characters, both from the Sherlock fandom:

“[Omegaverse] squicked me out. It seems a bit non-con to me in places and I’m really really uncomfortable with huge power dynamics in romantic relationships.” (Torin, female, lesbian, 18-25, Isle of Man)

Please know that this book dives into difficult topics. I know that there is the note about warnings and be sure to look at those. It adds to the complexity of these characters and the beauty of the ending of the story, even if parts are more difficult to read. I would hate for someone to not read the story out of fear of those topics but I feel that I would not be doing a good job as a reviewer if I did not at least mention this. I sometimes get more complacent in my mpreg/omegaverse reading and don’t even think about any trigger issues arising. So I thought it was important to note.

“AAAAAHHHH, okay my absolute favorite thing about it is how it takes our current gender dynamics and FUCKS WITH THEM FOREVER. Men thinking about their cycles, worrying about pregnancy, the difficulties of navigating through gender politics when you are socially and politically disenfranchised, but this time starring MEN. There is nothing in this world that I love as much as I love fucking with gender roles. And omegaverse is AMAZING for that. But I also love that, because of the overwhelming nature of heats, the issue of consent MUST be discussed thoughtfully at some point, and that is one of the most amazing things about fanfiction in general.” (Brynna, female, bisexual, 30-40, Canada)

”GRELL! take my pants and underwear off! I’m not done! There’s another one! My water just broke again!” He screams before Grell’s eyes go wide and he pulls Sebastian up momentarily. He slides his unbuckled pants down and pulls them over his feet,Tossing them to the side before pulling his underwear down,Grabbing the baby and flinging the underwear and placenta to the side as well. Grell suctions the babies mouth and nose and  wraps the screaming baby boy up in a towel and puts him aside before helping Sebastian lower back into his squat,Rubbing his back gently and soothingly.

Reaching down between his legs, Ferris felt his baby’s wet head. “I’m trying…” He panted, once more grabbing ahold of his legs and spreading them even wider to make room. With another contraction the merman bore down hard, groaning as he felt the shoulders bulge his vagina as his body tried to push them out at the same time.

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. relatable.

Confident Scout was gone, the Spy straightened himself up and tried to assess the situation. By the looks of things, he’d gone into labour. He had to do everything he could to try not to panic from this revelation. His waters hadn’t broken, that was a good sign. The pain wasn’t constant and for now was bearable. But, if women who’d had children were to be believed, that wouldn’t be the case for long. He knew he’d have to go to the infirmary soon, but would rather not unless he really had to. He was already in a humiliating enough situation as it was no thanks to that madman of a doctor. So Spy continued to pace up and down the small room, stopping to pant whenever he had a contraction. He didn’t know what else to do. The whole time he felt waves of anxiety wash over him which he hadn’t felt since he was a boy, and they only grew stronger as time went on. Spy had never been in this sort of situation before. Never in a million years thought he would. He had no control over what was happening to his own body. He wasn’t prepared for the labour or the birth at all. He’d read some books on how it happened, but found nothing on how to cope with any of it. For the first time in a long time he felt… scared. No, terrified.

Is the world really falling apart? Is the ideal of progress obsolete? In this elegant assessment of the human condition in the third millennium, cognitive scientist and public intellectual Steven Pinker urges us to step back from the gory headlines and prophecies of doom, which play to our psychological biases. Instead, follow the data: Pinker shows that life, health, prosperity, safety, peace, knowledge, and happiness are on the rise, not just in the West but worldwide.