When people first encounter the trope, a lot of them have one question: how does mpreg work anyway? This post goes over the myriad methods.
It seems as though omegaverse has struck again, this time exposing the extent of plagiarism in AI databases.
When everyone demands authenticity in fiction, we fall all over ourselves to "prove" our identities. Maybe we're asking the wrong questions.
It’s June again, which means plenty of brands have rolled out their annual rainbow parade. This can range from a whole line of merchandise (a la Target) to simply changing a social media profile picture. (Monstera / Pexels.com) And, as happens every year, it’s also time for a discussion about “rainbow capitalism.” While it’s nice to see support—and, in times such as these, even hopeful—it happens...
Is polyamory really queer? I think we should probably consider it to be queer praxis, at least in some sense.
There are plenty of letters in the LGBTQIA+ acronym, and the community seems to keep growing. So why is "queer" still one of the best descriptors we have?
Nora Roberts is apparently too spicy for people -- and we need to be worried about that. Book bans are coming for romance novels -- even clean ones.
You've seen it cropping up from your fav writers and in fanfic circles. Now you're asking: What is the a/b/o trope anyway?
A lot of mpreg is between two men. Does straight mpreg exist? Technically, it does -- but we might ask exactly how "straight" it is.
What's a content warning? What's a trigger warning? We look at the difference between content vs trigger warning here.