“Mpreg Pregnant Belly Omegaverse Mpreg”

Some of Specter’s best work! With the excitement of a bootcamp competition that feels like the Hunger Games and the additional sizzle of a secret romance, this book moves at a steady pace. The mystery of the pregnancy and looming threat of those who would use the knowledge of it for gain creates an air of tension. I really liked that we saw everything from Issac’s POV since we had a gay-for-you angle. The way that played out was really believable and even the pregnancy felt realistic (with the usual suspension of disbelief). It felt like a longer, fuller story than the page count would lead you to believe. It was unusual to see an omega who was “all man” instead of the tiny, twinky character that we usually see. All in all, a lot to recommend this one!

The BAU gets a new agent, Doctor Spencer Reid. But no one except Hotch and Derek know that he is an Omega. The story of Spencer and Derek, meeting and coming together, and falling in love….but what about the other alpha… Hotch?

Summary: Levi Ackerman is a Werewolf and an Omega who lives a rather quiet life in his cottage in the woods. Sure, his Witch neighbor Hange can get irritating and Erwin, the worst Ghost in existence as he is completely incapable of scaring anyone, can grate on his nerves. Especially when the Ghost is insistent on haunting his home.

(Also known as the fic where Nagisa gets knocked up through an unlikely turn of events, Karma doesn’t know how to deal with it, and the author has no idea what they’d have done if they didn’t end up becoming literal billionaires)

I did some research since it thoroughly confused me. What I found was this reply to an anon question by johnlocktentacles: “I guess the biggest problem for me, personally, is that there are a lot of folks out there who just loooove to read and write omegaverse fics, but won’t give fics with trans characters the time of day, and that’s shitty. If you go search for johnlock omegaverse fics, you’ll find plenty of reading options, but if you search for johnlock fics where one or both of them is trans, you get a tiny fraction of the number of results. to me, what that says is that people want to fetishize characteristics of certain trans people without actually acknowledging that trans people exist. People would rather invent an entirely new fictional gender structure than have trans characters.”

Sharp blue eyes caught sight of what was catching everyone’s attention and he followed the flow of the crowd to see just what it was that had everyone out and about today. It caught his curiosity to say the least, and he certainly wanted to know what stirred up the town he lived in.

But imagine Dean and Cas’ kid one before they can even blink an eye and then Sam’s wife getting pregnant and everyone’s excited about the new baby and how Dean and Cas’ kid will have someone to play with

If you’ve never heard of it before, I can imagine that many people’s initial reaction is ‘wow, that’s really weird.’  When I first heard of the phenomenon I was equally baffled at the concept.  I tend to avoid applying the word ‘weird’ to subcultures I simply don’t understand, but I confess I wasn’t exactly the most accepting person about it when I first discovered it.  One day curiosity got the better of me, though, and I read some because, hey, nobody knows what I’m looking at on my own computer screen so why not give it a shot?  At worst I giggle about it and move on.  But to my surprise, it was actually pretty damn good.  So then I read more of it.  And then I wrote some.  And then I just really couldn’t keep lying to myself anymore and had to admit that I’m kind of sort of a fan of it and I can’t even begin to articulate why.

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There has been a resurgence of mpreg stories in Star Trek reboot fandom, with the LJ kirkspock community, alone, recording over 30 stories[12] featuring this trope in the year following the release of the movie. It is likely to be the setting that has caused this upswing in popularity, with a number of writers explaining away the process as either alien biology, or through the use of futuristic technology and medicine.[13] [14]