My initial reaction to “Omegaverse is inherently transphobic” was one of confusion and denial. Then again, I’m cis female. Unfortunately, the one trans male participant of my survey doesn’t read Omegaverse (he does cite genderbending as a squick, though), so I cannot quote his opinion on the matter.
Looking through the communities I felt like there should be a group for this. All pairings, ratings, and languages are welcome, just as long as they have something to do with Hetalia and are part of the omegaverse. (If you wish to be a staff member just send me a PM)
“You think I’ll hurt him right now? You’re right he’s carry my kid, I won’t hurt him,” he grounded out through his teeth. He didn’t for Castiel to answer he picked up Sam and started walking. Even in his arms Sam tried to curl around his abdomen.
Comments: You should check the warnings before reading this fic, but the non/dub-con is mostly at the start and it’s never terribly graphic. The story is incomplete, but there’s enough there already for it to stand up as a really excellent omegaverse fic with compelling Charles/Erik interaction. Also, I’m a sucker for a good old-fashioned arranged marriage (i.e. romance in reverse order) story!
i really have no love for the fact that an au template that hinges on rape/dubcon fetishism and transphobia/cissexism out of ignorance happens to be The Most prevalent thing i have to see when i just want to jerk off
“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
↑ The prompt, Request- J2- AnimalTraits, Claiming, Knotting, DomJared, SubJensen, Impregnation was posted at spnkink_meme on November 8, 2010 and received one fill, “Heat” by miss_lv. The same prompt was later posted at blindfold_spn on January 10, 2011 (now locked).
Castiel and Dean now sat in the Heaven with the celestial beings. Dean still couldn’t believe that there were two nor could he believe what he was seeing. Their forms which were like shimmering sunshine.
Is it ever possible to rip happiness from disaster?Jude Now I’m out of the military, I want a quiet life. A nearby forest where my wolf can run and hunt, and a wood-shop where I can work with the timber I feel an affinity for. I definitely don’t want a mate. And if I did, it wouldn&…
You can find mpreg anywhere, aided by magic or supernatural means, or simply left unexplained. Since a common cornerstone of this genre is that Omegas are able to bear children, A/B/O fics are fuller of mpreg than other tropes. Dalia (female, straight, 25-30, USA) values the genre because it gives an in-world explanation for male pregnancy. NothingToSeeHere (female, asexual/hetero-romantic, 40-50, USA) loves the egalitarian effect: “Frankly, my favorite thing is that it allows same-sex couples to biologically become parents. I wish all couples, regardless of sex and gender, would be able to choose to start a family easily and naturally and have kids that are a combination of both of their parents.”
Tobio is a single parent wrongly fired from his job of five years, having to quickly find a way to make money to provide for his son. He ends up having to do something that he’s refused to do until he feels like he has no choice; selling his body.
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.
Regardless of his sadly lacking social circle, Stiles was going to have to get some physical contact or he was going to explode. Seriously. It’d be messy and Derek would probably become even more emotionally constipated having to clean up little bits of Stiles from his pristine walls and furniture.