Consent is curiously absent from a lot of romance novels. But a/b/o stories tend to play with this in a more intentional way. A lot of stories featuring a/b/o dynamics feature dubious consent—but does it have to be that way?
Whether you're new to the omegaverse or just digging deeper, you have questions. The omegaverse FAQ has answers.
You got clicking around on AO3 or maybe tumblr, and now you're scarred for life. You're also asking, "What is mpreg?" The short answer--and the long answer--are here.
By now, you've probably encountered "wolf kink porn." Where did this idea come from anyway?
What are betas in omegaverse? What is their purpose? In most cases, we’re missing a golden opportunity to explore “beyond” the idea of a strict binary.
We all know omegaverse deals with a/b/o dynamics. But what do those dynamics mean for the functioning of gender? Turns out, gender in omegaverse is a bit more complex than you might have thought.
You’ve seen it talked about. Maybe some of your fav writers are releasing books with “omegaverse” in the title. You might have seen people slagging on the “a/b/o trope.” Or maybe ...
A critique of gender in a story got me thinking: do birds understand gender? And if they did, would it work like humans think it does?
Despite what some people want you to believe, queerness is not new. Let's look at queer history around the world.
Western culture likes to depict pregnancy as some blissful experience. For a lot of people, it's a risky--even life-threatening--experience.