MPREG: What’s the Allure?

Raythe says …

The poll of forbidden desires had Mpreg (male pregnancy for those of you not in the know) as the top choice of forbidden desires in fiction.

What is it about seeing a man pregnant that is transgressive?  Let me count the ways …

From my understanding, most readers who love Mpreg aren’t searching out books around female pregnancy (please let me know if I’m wrong here.) It seems that MALES having babies holds the main attraction.

This interest in Mpreg could be based on the fact that it makes men more responsible for “women’s stuff” – tenderness, nurturing, making it part of the biological process. How many times have you heard (or even thought) that because women carry the children in their bodies, this is the main reason why they are more responsive to their children?

Now men, too, can know this, and we can see them accepting it. After all, some say, other than with a DNA test, men have no idea whether their children are their children… while there is no question that its the woman’s child.

Also, Mpreg puts men in the (unenviable) position of having their bodies be in the “public domain”.  In many countries, a woman’s body is legislated from whether she’s allowed birth control (and what kind) to the availability of abortion, etc.

To put men in a position where they now, too, have to answer to society like women currently do evens the playing field.  And maybe there is something titillating in the thought of someone’s body being “controlled” and “regulated” like that in fiction.

Why do you think Mpreg is sexy?

There are many reasons why Mpreg is transgressive.  Now, it’s your turn to tell us why you find Mpreg sexy.

Just as a friendly reminder, this is a safe space, which means that comments are moderated and we don’t tolerate judgment of other people’s kinks.  So if you want to write about how this is gross and we’re all sinners, go elsewhere …

 

64 Responses to MPREG: What’s the Allure?

  1. Radika Sawh March 30, 2017 at 10:07 pm #

    I’m not sure about finding Mpreg sexy but, I like that they have the option, why should women be the only ones that are able to get pregnant

    • april rock March 31, 2017 at 3:07 am #

      so many have stated it most eloquently, I concur with the beautiful life created from love. Also as others have noted, its truly the fantasy of these [not normal humans mind you] shifters etc that adds to the enticement. Why shouldn’t males go thru the process of pregnancy? many animals can ” change sex to facilitate the procreation”; and more amazing is the animals that carry both sperm and ova, to procreate at appropriate moments.
      There is a fantastic story by R.Cooper ” a boy and his dragon”, where thru great love the dragon lays an egg. Never having believed he would find a “love” that completed him, he believed he would remain without dragonlings. So let the babies sprout forth with the creative words you conjure.

  2. Kirstin Lee March 30, 2017 at 10:16 pm #

    I find Mpreg sexy because to me creating a family out of love is an extremely beautiful thing. Two men having a child is basically their love given material form. I myself dream of having a child of my own with the love of my life and it saddens me that same sex couples don’t experience the joys of pregnancy and having a child of your own. Adoption is wonderful in its own way but there’s something about having a child of your own that’s magical.
    Also it appeals to me in a sense that I want to spoil the pregnant man rotten!

    • Toribell March 30, 2017 at 11:54 pm #

      Totally agree

    • Kathleen April 3, 2017 at 7:59 pm #

      Well put. I totally agree, also!

  3. Chelly March 30, 2017 at 10:16 pm #

    I wouldn’t go with Sexy. I found most MPreg in fantasy style stories. Male dragon shifters are the eggcarriers, ok, shifters in general havetge MPreg, and it, to me, adds another layer to the fantasy.

    A male shifter thinking he will never find a mate due to being gay, finds his mate, who happened to be “cursed/blessed” by a mage to become pregnant.

    Stuff like that. And many times, spun to be both serious and overly funny.

    • Queenayame March 30, 2017 at 10:35 pm #

      This is why I like it too.

    • Mangaworm March 31, 2017 at 2:35 am #

      I agree. Because dragons are egg carriers and do have a history of weird genders, being a pregnant male dragon does have some merit.

  4. a_h- March 30, 2017 at 10:30 pm #

    I hadn’t heard of mpreg before this. Your comments above make sense. I sure don’t find it sexy at all. I guess it could make an interesting story but not one i’d likely read.

    • Mangaworm March 31, 2017 at 2:37 am #

      It is an aquired taste in reading. It’s understandable how it’s not to everyone’s taste.

  5. Andrea March 30, 2017 at 10:34 pm #

    Pregnancy is the ultimate surrender to your mate. You are giving up your body for their offspring.

    • Rayne March 31, 2017 at 12:46 am #

      That’s one of the reasons why I love it.

  6. Lunaxel March 30, 2017 at 10:38 pm #

    I always find it that it gives a choice. Most religious arguments are that God created the woman and man and that that is natural because women bear children. So to me is like the biggots have no arguments. I like Mpreg that it is well done.

    • Ren April 26, 2017 at 5:09 pm #

      Below I have listed an essay I think is very interesting on the topic of what’s ‘natural’ in homosexual relationships. Really, I applaud our pink, feathery brethren. And I agree, well written mpreg is very enjoyable to read.

      http://www.twistedhilarity.com/articles/indefense.html

  7. Biancca Wright March 30, 2017 at 10:49 pm #

    I find it extremely sexy, especially with dragon shifters and males who are not human. Like weres or whatnot. I honestly couldnt tell you why i do. I have no idea, but i know a lot of people enjoy it.

    • Tika March 31, 2017 at 5:00 am #

      I agree, not sure why I love it but I find myself looking for those stories specifically, especially fanfiction.

  8. Jazmin March 30, 2017 at 10:52 pm #

    I can’t say for anyone else but I find it heartwarming when a male who thought they would never have a family in that way be surprised with the gift of ‘motherhood’ also the gender crisis can add an interesting aspect on character development. Though some authors can learn and do a little more research and realize that men do have functional mammary glands.

  9. Sylvia W. March 30, 2017 at 10:53 pm #

    I have never put much thought into why I find it so facinating and desirable to read. After reading what you wrote I can’t help but agree. I definitely like how it makes a man seem even more “domninated” by their lover by becoming pregnant but I also see it as a sign of intimate love. In the stories I read, their love is magnified by the baby, or maybe I am projecting my feeling and love of babies onto the characters. It’s not so much the sexiness as much as the feeling I get when thinking that they want to start a family and how they both love they unborn child. I have read a few books where a female becomes pregnant but I don’t search them out like I do mpreg. That could possibly be due also to the fact it is so unrealistic and odd that many people find themselves attracted to it as a genre.

  10. Dawn M. M. March 30, 2017 at 10:55 pm #

    I like the fact that it shows a balance between men and women where not only the woman can get pregnant. Though I wish more were not shifter stories. One of my favorite stories is a fan fiction that it was caused by world war II experiments.

    I do wish also that more of the stories didn’t have the male “omega” makes it seem like.they are lesser just because they can have children.

    Another favorite that I have read is a series by church about aliens and that only the y chromosome can adapt to them

    It’s intriguing all the different way.

    Thank you for the very interesting topic

    • Pipefox March 31, 2017 at 11:34 pm #

      I would love some links to the fic and the book(?) series you mention!
      I totally agree that the sense of balance between genders that mpreg gives is a big part of the allure.
      I am gender fluid and generally emotionally identify with male characters much better than female character so mpreg was a God send while I was pregnant because it put characters I already felt a connection to into my situation and helped me not stress too much, particularly with all of the warm fuzzy romantic feelz flying around in the mpreg! I know that the science and biology wasn’t the same but their reactions and their journey was more relatable and comforting for me than the off the shelf BS my mom kept buying for me.

  11. Luna March 30, 2017 at 11:01 pm #

    Ho ho ho! *rubs hands together* Mpreg, to me imho, does not appeal to me because it’s sexy, the actions leading up to the character is the sexy part(that’s another section XD). But I believe the mass appeal is one or a combo of a few things. 1. It allows the couple to be able to make a family without adding/using a woman to do so, they can both carry on there genes with this one child without no out side help. 2. The mass appeal of seeing a male in a delicate situation, to me, is somewhat akin to seeing a man crossdress, it’s different and quirky but it brings up the questions of is this how my female counterpart feels in this same situation? and is there something in ,irl or irl fantasyland, that I can do to make this not the standard norm that it is now? Lastly I think I knows speak for the whole community when it comes to this, but once again it’s mho, when someone goes out to make an mpreg story there is ALOT of glossing over. Yeah there is a few months where there are “changes” to the character’s body, but then the baby come and the story ends. It’s a real big let down, especially if the story centers around the character trying to NOT get preggers in the first place, or they are going through out the story while preggers and then poof baby end story. I for one would like to see the bonding of not being able not the father cooing at the baby but what ever is going on in the “mother’s”head as well, and if it’s unplanned how is the new family or not family adjusting? Do they want to do it again and how is the friends and family of the couple reacting. Manga is just now exploring these questions and I think it’s great, I just wish more fiction would catch up to it as well and not just fanfiction but original stories as well 🙂

    Ah I did say that the sexy part leading up to mpreg was another section. I,imho, personally like the idea of a man losing it like a slut in heat. They build up this wall of manliness and it comes crashing down around there ears once or twice a year and that is just *fans self* hot. It’s kind of primal and carnal at best and to see to men both be compromised because of biology (just like some of us women XD) is just (///3\\\)
    Ok I’m done now
    ~Luna out

    • arella3173 March 30, 2017 at 11:32 pm #

      Yaass!! YAS girl! I also love it for your reasons. lol.. whohoho~ When they go into heat. *fansself* It’s the best parts of some mpreg!
      oh!! Ne, ne, have you read some of the sort of new genre of alpha/omega, mpreg in yaoi manga? 😀

    • Carol March 31, 2017 at 3:42 am #

      Yes, yes, YES! I love the conflict that the pregnant protagonist goes through. I love how he is always thinking about what to do next, how he’s going to get through the pregnancy, etc. And when the alpha male comes in…bless my soul, things go to a whole new level! As for the allure of mpreg, I think it’s the inner conflict the characters go through and seeing men in situations they would never be in in reality. It makes them seem vulnerable and that’s hot, especially when they have a hot seme backing them. As for why it’s sexy, once the alpha male’s protective instincts kick in…watch out! Things get hot quick!

  12. Chanii March 30, 2017 at 11:20 pm #

    I guess for me, mpeg goes hand in hand with Omegaverse and I LOVE stories with endotypes…..

  13. Natasha March 30, 2017 at 11:27 pm #

    I think its really interesting as it would open more doors for the characters. How with the impregnated one feel and act during and after pregnancy, also in shape shifter land would the father feel more protective of the partner and unborn child or would they be well panicky and ask over the place. They’re is also the got sex scenes that could come with the characters going into heat and such. With having a child it would be in a sense a true merging of the two protagonists as the offspring would have both their respective genes and traits in them. I better stop here before I start getting all too serious lol

  14. arella3173 March 30, 2017 at 11:29 pm #

    I absolutely LOVE mpreg, I’m obsessed with it and search every novel I can find for it.

    I can’t exactly pinpoint the reason I love mpreg but for the most basic reason, it’s that I like seeing how different authors express how they think men would be, act, feel while pregnant with a child. With their child.
    Because yes, as comments said above, in reality, unless you do a DNA test, men don’t know if the child is theirs.
    Only women can.(not gonna get into invitro where women are then seriously only the host of someone else’s egg and sperm)

    But in mpreg, especially in shifter mpreg, like, dragons, werewolves (usually only in Alpha/Omega couples), aliens, and some other sort of magical being, It’s so fun and cute and just wonderful to see how these authors express how a male would be in their more gentle side. I will admit, some mpreg gets a little intense, like in the series be Eola Eden and also Marcy Jacks’, their novels– SOME, not all– but just like in real life in that aspect, some Omegas are taken by force, or are simply breeding tools and it’s that much sweeter when they find their HEA and their one true mate etc.
    For some Vampire mpreg, it’s usually the most ancient of vampires if not only the originals that with their bite changes their mates DNA. SO many different takes and especially with human mates, it’s so much fun to see how they think a human male would react to suddenly being pregnant and feel a life growing inside them. I love all that.

    For sure, it’s definitely not for everyone though. If you don’t like how it sounds… I don’t know if I would suggest looking into it. As I said it’s not for everyone.
    However if you’re willing to give it a try and like the sound, then start gently. lol.. there are some mpreg titles more intense than others. For example the one by Cardeno C is the best way to test if you like mrpeg. it’s so cute, sweet and just lovely.

    Oh, also, FYI, there are now more Yaoi manga with Mpreg and Alpha/omega dynamics. lol.. The first one, I’m sure everyone that’s into manga is aware of is Love Pistols. that’s just mpreg, but there are also omegas that go into heats and all that. If you’d feel more comfortable with manga…. you now have more of an option. lol…
    //sorry I rambled. But I’m always for spreading and sharing the mpreg love.

    • Natasha March 31, 2017 at 8:38 am #

      I’ve read sex pistols and its a fairly good manga. Read it twice to be honest and hope it updates soon 😎

  15. Emily March 30, 2017 at 11:31 pm #

    I find it sexy in non-human characters. It not only adds to the characterisation of a werewolf or shifter species, but it makes them feel less divided. Pregnancy is the one thing that divides the sexes, so when no one is excluded from the process of carrying a child their man put in them its very rewarding.

    I personally only seek out to read Mpreg in a werewolf/shifter or omega/beta/alpha universe. Then it’s hot if the alpha of the pack can breed his precious omega and have a brood of puppies with him. The act leading up to it is hot to read, but the actual phase of pregnancy and birth afterwards is emotionally rewarding. I get to experience a more tender and loving affection from men towards their children.

    Great question to pose to people Raythe, love you!

  16. Kyndal March 30, 2017 at 11:33 pm #

    Honestly, I just like it when a man carries a child. Why does a woman have to carry a child? I just don’t want to be the one carrying the baby; sadly, since MOST of society is still uncomfortable – depending on their reactions – society has a long way to go for them to be comfortable with guys carrying the child. I find it sexy because I just want to rub their bellies and feel the child or children kick inside of them, knowing that they carry human life inside them. I sound weird, don’t I? That’s okay… Again, though, Mpreg is just sexy to me; not to the point where I want to do sexual things to my body because of it, but like, I’m fascinated by it.I’m pretty open-minded about this topic and I’m glad to share my opinion on this.

  17. Scar March 31, 2017 at 12:18 am #

    Not exactly ‘sexy’, but I think it’s cute.I mean, not many people are… Child-friendly, but once one experiences this thing called ‘pregnancy’, with the whole maternal instincts that comes with it, it just makes me go ‘aaaww’, and not to mention when they take care of the kids… Maybe it’s because of my own childhood, though, where my own dad wasn’t always there, and yet my mom was, and I missed my dad a lot before, I wanted to know–to imagine what it would be like had my dad been there, how he’d take care of my siblings and I.

  18. Miyanoai March 31, 2017 at 1:09 am #

    I’ve never been a huge fan but there was one story I’ve read that actually used viable medical reasons to create mpreg and that fascinated the scientific side of me.
    Sadly lately I’ve only been seeing it in omega verse stories and I’m not really fond of how a lot of them basically just Make the omega a female in a male’s body. Two males can still have a child as two males. -_-

    • BuddhaAli March 31, 2017 at 1:30 am #

      I’m … deeply skeptical of most mpreg lit, as it doesn’t interest me personally (I’m a guy with a kid, not at all maternal, am very happily PATERNAL) but the scientific story you mentioned sounds really cool, and I’d be happy to read it. Can you tell me the story name / author or link to it?

    • Pipefox March 31, 2017 at 11:43 pm #

      I second the link/title/author request!
      While I have enjoyed mpreg for some time, I have come to prefer either straight up magic did it or medical/scientific reasons. The less hand-wavey the science, the better!

      • BuddhaAli April 3, 2017 at 1:47 pm #

        Pipefox – hand-wavy is the best code name for “science fiction, but light on the science” that I’ve ever heard, LOL.

        thanks for a smile on a Monday, my friend!

  19. blaid March 31, 2017 at 1:26 am #

    I agree to all of the above, but another reason of mine is… rather cynical, and of course I am a power nut.

    Essentially, two distinguished bloodlines coming together, both of the parents are powerful and they are therefore inevitably going to have a powerful child. A unifying of two prominent bloodlines, two different origins, maybe even enemies. And then, giving birth to a blend of those two origins and powers, to something completely new. And that is the gist of it, isn’t it? Whether they be man or woman, the purpose is the creation of something new, the beautiful creation of new life!

  20. KittyKat March 31, 2017 at 1:28 am #

    I wouldn’t classify mpreg as sexy per se but for me this gives a new kind of deepness to the relationship either out of love or dominance in non-con because a new life growing inside someone who naturally wouldn’t expect it creates a bond between parents through the child; in that sense I agree with the other comments above.
    So if I find a story well written with mpreg involved I go totally for it, and if it continues after the baby is born I won’t let go of it.
    Now sometimes it turns to hot and sexy when everything is upside down in their lives and while pregnant all body is hipersensible so a simple make out can turn into something super hot, biologically one can play with some facts like for example the baby pushes the bladder in women it can also be in men, but how could it feel when it rubs some sweet spot inside? I’ll leave it to your imagination, what can that trigger then? Again use imagination.
    Lol I’ve been drabbling too much better leave it there.
    Thank you for asking even if you don’t like it, but if you’re not really into it don’t write it we love your stories as they are now and our fantasies can soar high with what you already give us. We can mpreg any of these beautiful characters of yours in our own minds XD

  21. Marilyn Mcbride March 31, 2017 at 1:38 am #

    I have read many Mpreg books and yaoi. What it comes down to is simply the fact that there are so many gay couples that either adopt and for a lucky few use a surrogate for a child. Relying on others for the experience of having and loving a child. So for Mpreg, they have the ability to just be with each other and have the joys, trials, frustrations that go along with a pregnancy together without adding an extra person to the relationship. Men are always shown as strong alpha types that aren’t necessarily loving, nurturing like a woman is during and after pregnancy. Which I find completely unfair so reading Mpreg gives more depths to their relationship and explores many different emotions, situations then what is “normal”. So yeah, Mpreg is definitely sexy to me.

  22. little one March 31, 2017 at 2:11 am #

    I love reading Mpreg but it so bloody hard to find really good novel. Most are short stories or on the level of alright or bad.

    I wouldn’t use the word “Sexy” to describe why I enjoy reading Mpreg. If anything I say it’s another part of the fantasy in the m/m realm. I can’t say why I enjoy reading it, I just do.

    I do hope Raythe gives some thought to write a Mpreg because I’m still waiting to find a really fantastic Mpreg novel to read.

  23. Jill March 31, 2017 at 2:24 am #

    I like the idea of how a man would be able to have a child! Makes you think or wish men could have kids lol!

  24. samantha March 31, 2017 at 3:07 am #

    I don’t know if its sexy but:

    Scott and Jordan

    Nate and Emrys

    Gabe and Casillus

    Stephanus and Cole

    Nomad and Flynn

    Alex and Demetrius

    now those are kids I want to see, hey maybe get someone to draw them just for fun.

    • Kitty pride March 31, 2017 at 3:28 am #

      That’s an interesting premis.

    • susi March 31, 2017 at 7:29 am #

      I wish I could see the kids from Jude and Gareth, a little wolf that jumps or cuddle between his parents. A loving picture in my mind. That little wolf and his big “human” parents with a huge smile in their face and love in their eyes…

    • Jih22 March 31, 2017 at 7:44 pm #

      Definitely Gareth and Jude, perhaps Emrys and Nathaniel. I really like Abaddon and Anarion though.

  25. Rebecca March 31, 2017 at 3:21 am #

    ok, I might be the only one, but I love when the male mum gets morning sickness, the weakness that is felt and then the dominant partner looking after and supporting him. I guess im a little into the trying not to vomit in public and stuff, slight vomit kink and the feeling faint and delicate. anywho I also love when the dad talks to the unborn baby, and the way the mums breasts get sensitive. that is a total plus! love if mpreg is combined with alpha/omega because its destiny squee! cough cough, ok im done now. mpreg is my fav!

  26. Kitty pride March 31, 2017 at 3:26 am #

    Funny – until you said it, I never thought of MPREG as sexy but I have a ton of books with it. I guess I find the Omega who end up pregnant endearing. They usually endure a lot of shit before finding their HE. Subconsciously I would love guys to have to suffer through a pregnancy just so they can relate to women a bit better. MPREG never happens to the strong macho ALPHA types ( which I would love to see) but I find it enjoyable to read if it has its place in the plot.

  27. KyarahNyx March 31, 2017 at 6:37 am #

    I find it alluring and sweet and sexy also. It’s nice to imagine that men can also experience bliss and hardship of pregnancy with their partners

  28. susi March 31, 2017 at 7:22 am #

    I like MPreg because it’s the chance for the both loving man to get their own kid. Not a woman necessary. For me its an important issue. Their Love, Their Child. Because so sad it is, I coulnd’t love a baby thats not my own. And if I had a baby with a gay couple I wouldnt leave that couple alone with my child. Thats my reason why I like MPreg. I dont want to read a triangle with a woman because my gay couple should have a baby. And I dont want to read about the alternative to get a baby… I want it simple so my men in stories should become pregnant. It’s the best solution for me.

    Of course I know many men can love every children, it hasn’t be their own and women too. My parents are the best proof of that. But I bet it gives person over the world they are just like me and can’t that even if they wanted it deep in their hearts

    Conclusion:
    1.
    So my number one reason ist the romantic spleen of me 🙂 I love it, when the both loving men/parnter can have their own children.

    2.
    The other factor is really simple. I wish in reallife men could become pregnant, because I dont want the pain of the birth and the trouble with the pregnancy or a caesarean operation and a lifelong scar. I wish men would have this burden, maybe they would understand us better.

  29. Eggy March 31, 2017 at 7:35 am #

    I think MPREG stems a little from the babies ever after that most media expected us to accept for years and became ingrained. But I also think it stems from subverting the entire storyline of a pregnancy, forcing the paradigms to be shifted. When its done as subversion and not babies-ever-after it can be very good. When its done as babies-ever-after its incredibly offputting

  30. Reisuke March 31, 2017 at 7:41 am #

    while i have read a few books that have Mpreg as a background theme i have never understood the allure of having such a concept as the main theme. im all about men getting married and either adopting or finding a dame to have their children for them i feel that once you get into M-preg you are basically falling into a hermaphroditic theme and its no longer yaoi so much as either a futuristic or alien concept.

  31. Reisuke March 31, 2017 at 7:52 am #

    honestly at the point that mpreg becomes a thing you may as well be reading a straight romance 9 times out of 10… the pregnant male always seems to fall into a submissive and vulnerable state, and while i can appreciate wishing we could inflict our pain and suffering onto men by the time these m-preg stories are done you may as well have read a story between a man and a woman… they always seem gross and overplayed to me and i will just never be able to appreciate them… a huge part of what makes m/m romance forbidden and taboo is that it goes against what nature plays, that its a romance that cannot naturally reproduce which is the whole purpose behind sex… its a love that becomes physical despite the obstacles (physical and opinionated) that get in the way! it goes against nature and is that much more forbidden and exulted because of it~

  32. Mahara March 31, 2017 at 9:31 am #

    It was interesting to hear from so many people about why they find mpreg appealing. I have more in common with Reisuke, though. I really don’t like mpreg. For me, part of the appeal of M/M is that pregnancy is just not an issue.

    • Saphire March 31, 2017 at 1:28 pm #

      IKR? No offense to anyone but pregnancy of any kind to me is like the opposite of sexy. It also seems like a trope that is often used in stories to create drama or move things a certain way. Then there are the people who think they can’t be happy without children, and therefore neither could characters.
      I am grateful that it is pretty much always tagged though, so I can avoid it. (Always read tags!) Sadly it plagues shiftier stuff which I would otherwise probably like. (Not Raythe’s though, thankfully). So I usually stick to vampires when reading random stuff online.

      Again no offense to anyone, everyone likes/dislikes different things.

  33. ipodpixie March 31, 2017 at 9:47 am #

    I don’t find it sexy or get turned on by it but I have read a few stories that contain mpreg that I enjoyed. Likewise I have read a few that totally turned me off and I stopped reading them. Like all things I think I depends on the story, the writer, what you like and how you feel at the time. Sometimes you just can explain why you like something, you just do.

  34. klara March 31, 2017 at 4:37 pm #

    I like mpreg stories, I do not find it sexy though. I think it makes the main characters more vulnerable/tender and it glues together both parents more. It’s simply sweet and enhance their love 🙂 and it’s interesting part of the plot too! Would loved to read something writen with mpreg theme by Raythe! ♥

  35. Sorgesol March 31, 2017 at 4:53 pm #

    So, I agree that most mpreg stories are basically straight stories but with men. And when the pregnant one unsurprisingly is smaller, gentler and more emotional…. well. Why even pretend? (For all that is holy, just make Wolverine preggers! That atleast wouldn’t be a woman in disguise.)

    Anyway. I do like some stories with mpreg and I have found that what Draws my interest is the permanence the Child brings to the relationship. Kind of like a marriage. You don’t just have a fight with your boyfriend and dump them and call it quits when there is a Child involved.
    On that note, I personally would be fine with an adopted Child in this scenario too. So perhaps the mpreg part is not necessary. But it is fun. Yeah. Ok. I like the vulnerability and insecurity that comes with pregnancy. Yeah. Bring the hurt and Comfort. That’s what I like about it.

  36. Jih22 March 31, 2017 at 5:04 pm #

    I never really thought about why I like most mpreg. There have been a few that I haven’t cared for as well, but I like when the child is a representation of love. I also like to see the male go through all the body, hormonal changes along with bonding to the child and the fear of things that could go wrong. I find it kind of fun to see what a male thinks or feels about being pregnant…kind of puts them on more even plane with females and perhaps more likable or relatable as well.

  37. Zigenbunny March 31, 2017 at 10:02 pm #

    I like mpreg for the fact that any two people in love can now make a family without a woman carrier as well. Also the reality that m/m is not something that is looked down upon by society. Anyone is game!

  38. Azure Headlands March 31, 2017 at 10:06 pm #

    Thinking about the Mpreg stories I have read, I realized I’ve never read one where the characters are all together human. They’ve been supernatural and have partial animal instincts/features. So, there’s been an alpha/beta animal troupe and the beta going into heat and they having babies that have a mix of the animal features and superpowers the dads have. I guess maybe the going into heat part and the alpha taking the mate and being proud of his cubs was the alluring part? Ha. I guess it brings to mind Crimson: if Jude went into heat and if Gareth mated with Jude during his heat, they would produce cute little baby wolfy cubs that could turn from cubs to toddlers and get into mischief.

  39. spicey April 1, 2017 at 4:57 am #

    Although mpreg is not my go to for reading, I don’t discount a story if it has mpreg in it. I think it all depend on the story: is it a good fit, is it a natural progression to plot line, can you introduce the pregnancy in a realistic way. The one I have read and liked are ones where the whole story was not just about a pregnancy. Just like how I like my smut I like my mpreg to actually have a plot. I like the ones where it comes as a surprise because men aren’t supposed to get pregnant. They tend to be more fun, take a normal guy and get him pregnant, watch what is going through their heads. kinda like the Arnold Schwarzenegger “Junior”. I really dislike the omega universe. Where the omega is all subservient to the Alpha and are second class citizens and they are perfectly fine with it. Also because it is so natural for a man to be pregnant, it is just putting the man into the supposed woman’s role, boring and sometime a little offensive to me as a women. I also think that the werewolves and mpreg is so tropey and cliche. If you ever decide to write an mpreg story a good one to do would be Rapunzel in the original story the witch found out about the prince because Rapunzel ends up pregnant. Besides I have not seen an mm rendition of this fairy tale.

  40. Debby April 1, 2017 at 1:29 pm #

    Mpreg?

    Well…
    My teacher say, is taboo for men and men married.
    Taboo too for female and female.
    Why?
    Because baby not born form same sex married.
    And in my religion, gay or homo or lesbi married not reproduct baby. Soo taboo for my religion too.
    In became useless married for me.

    Soo, why mpreg became so popular?
    Because gay, homo, lesbi population want the world to be friendly for they because they can have baby by blood (biologis).
    Not in looking with useless anymore.

    But, mpreg just dream and blanc wish, right?

    Sorry for my very bad english, because i’m from indonesia.

  41. maria lazarou April 2, 2017 at 9:53 am #

    Hot hot hot.

  42. Chris April 3, 2017 at 12:11 pm #

    I find male-on-male action sexy any day of the week. Mpreg adds to the appeal, especially a child made out of love because it’s very beautiful. I also love the idea of the sire getting turned on by the obvious proof of their mate’s fecundity, like to play with their milk-engorged chest, things like that. Something primal and possessive, “my mate, my child,” it just speaks to me.

  43. Catalina1995 April 3, 2017 at 3:57 pm #

    I like it ,I saw some manga and I’m sure I would like to read a story maybe it will be more interesting than any manga I saw

  44. Akiraki May 9, 2017 at 4:22 pm #

    Late to the party like usual… Mpreg is a unique and interesting subject. It’s lovely in many ways because it is a link between the nurturing nature of women and men. I mean, why shouldn’t men be able to procreate AND produce offspring. I think many are uncomfortable with the subject because Mother-nature has not allowed the human race to evolve in such a way, so it seems unnatural. More I suspect is that it goes along with the belief that two males or two females should not be together BECAUSE they cannot produce offspring.
    My point is, if you haven’t begun to suspect, male pregnancy appeals to us because it is thought of as taboo such a the coupling of two males is taboo. Taboo(s) are a fountain of youth to those who dare to tread on forbidden land.

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