The smudge of trees was still a distance away. Here and there, Alvarr bent his head to pull some of the half-dried plains grass. It was tough, sweet. He only hoped it would not make his thirst worse.
Honestly, it’s because most fanfiction, or any kind of fiction really, is self-insertion fantasy. The vast majority of slash fiction is written by women and the main character is always exactly like author, if the author was a gay man and not a straight woman. The main character then gets everything the author wants: Love, marriage, and kids, among other things. I’m not saying that’s ALL that women, or that ALL women want that, but enough of them do that it’s inevitable that you’re gonna see lots of mpreg.
Making a maneuver to avoid the trap, he landed on the ground, and suddenly he had Kakashi right in front of him, catching his hands to prevent any hand seals, and Akatora against his back, gripping his hips and growling softly over his neck, the smell of powerful alphas surrounding him, making his breath hitch. It had been a short chase, but Naruto blamed it on the fact that he didn’t really want to be chased…he wanted to be captured.
Or that one merfolk au where Levi (merman/male/dominant) and Eren (mermaid/arguably still male but in the submissive role here) are a pair of mates living in the wild, meeting for the first time by the lake that Levi inhabits.
For now, onward to the final aspect of this analysis. Missingnolovefic from above, who came to Omegaverse for the way it puts men in a female social position which she can empathise with, continues that she “stayed for the complicated, original world-building the better authors work in. It turns into a sort of sci fi biology and social structure and politics and that’s amazing to watch tbh.”
Sam goes into his first heat unexpectedly while the boys are stranded alone miles from anywhere, and Dean has to take measures into his own hands to help Sam through it. Life, love, and tragedy ensue.
Honestly, I really don’t know what to think about this book. First the title, Bound by the Fang. Nowhere in this book is there any mention about what “Bound by the Fang” would mean exactly or any hint to it. This might not bother anyone else, but for me…yeah. I need to know these things.
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The plot is quite obvious at times with no real twists that I didn’t see coming, but I actually liked that as I could just sit back, read and enjoy it without having to think too much. Perfect. I loved the ending, it tied up all the loose ends for Luca and Kit while cleverly leaving the story of the secondary characters open for further exploration…I hope.
Alphas and Omegas often are slaves to their biology. Sometimes there is actual slavery inside a fic’s world, with Omegas usually occupying the lowest social strata, which some of my respondents love as a trope and other hate with a passion.
“I’m AFAB genderqueer, and I’ve always been incredibly uncomfortable with pregnancy and childbirth, to the point of feeling ill at ease around pregnant women and young babies, because so much of female gender and the idea of womanhood is wrapped up in pregnancy/motherhood, and the reverse as well, a pregnant body at this point in my culture will inevitably signify “female” to outsiders. As I get into the tail end of my potential reproductive years and start to reexamine my childfree-by-choice status, MPREG gives me an alternative POV, where reproduction is divorced from binary sex, some men have babies, some women have babies, some men impregnate, some women impregnate. I’ve seen criticism of MPREG saying “Why not just write trans characters instead” but for me that misses the point, trans people have babies right now, and that’s awesome and makes me super happy, but MPREG is like good sci fi, it’s utopian possibility, sex as irrelevant, gender as expression.” -Jay
“What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it. That doesn’t happen much, though.”
Sebastian was doing his regular nightly duties when all of a sudden he a got sharp pain in his side. He gasped in pain but just ignored it and went back to his duties. After a while, it was morning and Sebastian’s pains went from bad to worse, but Sebastian just thought he was coming down with some demon sickness so he went to Ciel’s room to wake him up.
Hey! Looking for a pregnancy and/or birth roleplay. I want someone who is descriptive and active. I only roleplay on notes. Not very many limits but won’t do anything unrealistic. Note me to discuss ideas.
Among those elements are MPREG, going into heat, a hierarchical biology-based class/caste system, and knotting. Other tropes dealing with “a basic biology they cannot deny” include pon farr, the Sime~Gen universe, and some elements of Sentinel AU.
Saved is the first book in the series and I enjoyed it. I didn’t end up loving it unfortunately but I absolutely enjoyed it and I really very much enjoyed seeing Braun and Tarek again in this one. In Heard, Jax is coming at his relationship with Karter from a similar emotional place as Braun was to Tarek. Both Jax and Braun are strong, independently minded omegas. They are both coming from a place of being dominated and dictated to, and are reluctant to be in a relationship because they want to be treated as equal and are wary of whether that’s possible with an Alpha. I liked the way Jax dealt with everything and how he handled all of his emotions. Although I like Braun and understood all of his trials and tribulations, I guess I felt like he came off a little bratty maybe? I’m not sure, he just didn’t melt me like Jax did. I was never turned off or had to remind myself what he had gone through to understand or justify his reactions. I guess the best way to say it is that while he was strong he wasn’t rigid, he still had soft edges.