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b6034 No.7346[Reply]

I'm not alone here when I say I've read a lot of birth stories. Real and fictional, believable and way out there. By now, I've probably read over a thousand stories of IRL births. The more descriptive they are, the better.

But something I can't ever remember anyone talking about is what labor and birth smelled like. Plenty about the sights and sounds and feelings, but the only thing about the smells would be things like scented candles/oil/other labor aids, and I know what that smells like.

I know we don't use our noses for a whole lot compared to most animals, so taking note of smells during labor and birth is not high on our priorities. I know some things are givens: I know what BO smells like, I know what blood smells like, I know what, um, less pleasant body excretions that happen during birth sometimes smell like. But does, for instance, amniotic fluid have a smell, especially when one's water breaks? Does a baby have any kind of relatable smell when it's born? I'd love to know.

So, today being Labor Day, it seems like a good time to ask for input, both for my own reference and for others'. The reader in me wants to take in everything he can about things that catch his interest, and the writer in me has to know it to make his stories better. Information can come from any kind of experience, your own or others'.
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1d5de No.7350

Don't open this Pandora's Box. PLEASE.

b6034 No.7352

>>7347
So I'm not missing anything. Good to know.

>>7350
Excuse me for wanting to learn.

1d5de No.7357

>>7352
You're excused. We hope you've learned your lesson.

f3a8e No.7359

First of all, Evertide I love your writing!

I've never experienced birth personally so I can't weigh in, but I have read in multiple blogs and posts from doulas and midwives that labor and birth have a specifically earthy smell. Amniotic fluid I've heard smells kind of sweet and basic, opposed to the acidic and ammonia smell of urine.

b6034 No.7361

>>7359
Thank you, pregnonymous fan.

Also, thank you for the information, that's very good to know too.



98cf9 No.6834[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Of Monsters and Men
Pilot-Episode

It's a beautiful day. The sun is shining, the small town and its people are busy… well, as busy as these small towns get. You chose it precisely because it's relatively quiet. Serene and just beautiful. The old core of the town presents itself in an old European style. Somehow the town managed to survive the war completely intact. Either that or someone invested a lot to restore it to its old, almost medieval looks around this little plaza. You feel the cushy seat in your back and the autumn sun blessing your skin with its rare warmth. The warm coffee in your hand also helps to make it feels as if the warm season isn’t entirely over just yet.
You lift the coffee cup and take a… wait a minute. It says “Thomas”. Why does it say “Thomas”? You’re certain you didn’t give your name this time. How could the girl have known? With deliberately slow movements, you turn around and look back into the coffee shop. There, behind the counter the young blond services another customer. She sees you looking at her and… blushes!
“Damn it!” you can’t stop yourself from whispering. You just started to like this town and now this … this bimbo goes and ruins it all by falling for you! If she knows your face well enough to associate a name with it, she can identify you if They come and ask for you. Time to leave. You will need to get some cash before you can check-out of the hotel, a credit card would leave to many traces. Even the fake cards you use.
“Damn!” you think again, this time without moving a muscle. Your old habits are already taking over. You project an aura of complete calm to the world; every muscle looks relaxed to an outside observer. Just in case there are any. But in your head, you already plan your next steps: The car, the hotel, the bags in your room, your stash in the lake house. You would need to wait till nightfall until you could go to the lake. Without checking your watch, you know that it will be another hour and twenty minutes till sundown. Your training still hasn’t left you. Just enough time to check out of the hotel.
“Is this seat taken?” a melodic, feminine voice interrupts your thoughts. Without betraying your mask of calm even for a millisecond you answer with your friendliest smile.
“No, not at all. In fact, I was just about to leave.”
“I didn’t mean to drive you away.” she says with a beautiful smile of her own. “Why don’t we enjoy our coffee together, Thomas?”
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00f8a No.7282

Scene 14 – The things in heaven and earth that your philosophy has not dreamt of

‘This is just another intelligence report.’ You tell yourself and open the first volume of Rhinehardt’s compendium.
Half an hour later you are reminded once again how much you hated those reports. They were never written by people who understood what it is like to be out in the world. Instead they were stock full of knowledge that certainly interested some analyst, but did not do you any good what so ever. And yet you still had to read the damn thing because there was no earthly way of knowing what part of this information was the one detail that would save your bacon out in the field.

Luckily with this compendium you know you can skip everything that is not related to fire demons. Unluckily there are a lot of fire demons in this world. Or in the worlds right next to ours. And spell to turn other demons into fire breathing demons, counter-spells to reverse that, counter-counter-spells to that and so on. Not to mention all the different ways to summon true fire demons, open portals to let them into our world or create them out of nothing altogether. And then there were seemingly dozens of species of fire breathing dragons, which for some reason do not count as demons. Except when they do, of course.
You reach into the glove compartment to get a pill against your rapidly developing headache.

You close the book and wait for the pill to take effect. ‘There must be a way to find the information I’m looking for without being a demonology expert in the first place.’ In your mind, you recall the details you have uncovered so far: The demons attacked Emma and you without apparent provocation, but retreated to their next target shortly after you evacuated. Again, they attacked but did not stay for very long. Only when they reached the warehouses, they slowed down, now burning one warehouse after the other within the last days. ‘What does that tell me?’ you ask for the umpteenth time. Your subconscious stays silent as before.
‘Maybe I am doing this all wrong. Maybe I shouldn’t ask for their motivations in the first place. It seems impossible to identify them this way. Maybe I should focus on the way they got here.’ But on this front, you knew very little too. Emma convinced you that she did not summon them and does not even have the magical level necessary to do so if she wanted. It certainly seems plausible when you consider Christina’s inside infoPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

ff64d No.7283

I vote for option 5.

Reasoning: To save lives and prevent destruction, options 1 and 2 are the best choices. Option 3 is probably the most practical (easiest to find and implement) but is riskier. Option 4 can wait for now, even though it puts us at a disadvantage against whoever caused the summoning. Option 5 is needed to maintain our cover and could provide an explanation for the motive of the summoning (like plausible deniability for insurance fraud).

At some point soon, we need to reestablish contact with Emma so that we have someone that we can explore the magical aspect of this with.

Also glad to see that you're back Wizard.

6ee3d No.7285

>>7283
>Also glad to see that you're back Wizard
Don't celebrate just yet ;-) Beginning Friday, I will be on a two-week vacation in offlinestan. I may have internet once or twice to check in, but you will have to wait some time for the next scene.

22773 No.7343

Alright, I'm back. It seems everyone else was on vacation too…

Anyone want to vote here?

22c3d No.7345

I'll make a vote for option 5



d4d0d No.7322[Reply]

Unable to forget the wonderful Tesy Birth story, I was thinking yesterday of different forms it could have (other than a branching tree structure) and as I fell asleep imagined the below mechanic, which I wanted to share (in case it was thought-provoking and/or of interest).

Imagine: When Tesy wakes up, the player gets to choose the strength of the contraction she's feeling, on a scale from 1 to 10, where '10' is 'the baby is coming now, in bed'. (Also whimsically used as the centimetres she's dilated if/when she sees a doctor.)

Every 'scene' (location, roughly, though could also be time-slot) Tesy's labor score, visible in a corner (though not visible to Tesy) increases by 1. Tesy has a doctor's appointment in the evening, and if she starts at 1 and goes up by 1 every scene then the final scene will be 10 and she'll give birth in hospital (or her score could be a little below 10 in that scene by default, if starting at 1).
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The doctor's appointment is a reason that she uses to tell herself not to think too much about the contractions.
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Tesy can call to cancel the doctor's appointment if an evening thing comes up that she wants to do, like urgent work.
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At certain points in the day (one per scene?) Tesy can choose whether to call the doctor.
(Choosing not to and assuring herself there's no need is wonderful in its own way.)
Perhaps if her score is an 8 or 9 then the doctor can tell through the phone that her contractions are coming too strongly (not able tot talk through them) and too frequently, and if it's a 9 then she doesn't make it to the hospital in time (ambulance/taxi birth? Maybe she can choose which to call).
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(Edit: Maybe simpler, the doctor not able to tell if Tesy chooses to understate (and hiding even really strong contractions), so that Tesy can cancel the appointment even if she's at score 9, this part of the mechanic depending on the writer's preference for whether the next scenes after cancelling are desired possible scenes for labor; the call timing could also instead be controlled so that, if you do cancel, the next point when your score goes up is the same as if you hadn't cancelled.)
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d1cb8 No.7328

This is a nice mechanical thing here, makes me miss the game. :(

b912e No.7330

I just hope someday I'll come back tesy birth story



74370 No.3662[Reply]

Hello everyone. I am hosting a DnD campaign on kik, and am looking to fill a slot. We will be playing pathfinder, starting at level 1. No experience is needed, and I am more than open to homebrew ideas to fit the pregnancy fetish a bit more without devolving into straight fetish content.

Just post in the pregkik chat, and i will add you to the general thread.
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806c1 No.7315

Heya everyone out there. I'm planning to start a thread here in a bit with a prefab campaign and Coc-style system (sex after battles, npcs, etc.) Details about extra stuff like items and transformations is negotiable.

Anyways, couple questions about it:

1. I currently have Storm King's Thunder, Curse of Strahd, and Dragon Queen's Hoard. Which is the preferred package (or is there a 5e homebrew people are interested in)? I'm open to buying another if people are interested.

2. Would people prefer a DM-made party and vote on what they do, or something more like Orgy Trail, where characters are made by the readers?

3. Would people prefer specific individuals to play their characters and then get replaced as time passes, or would everyone prefer to vote on the party's actions as a whole?

Any questions or suggestions are welcome.

aedd1 No.7316

>>7315
Hmmm… I'm not sure which would be better. How DnD are you going to make it?

9f74a No.7317

>>7316
I'd basically plan to just run a straight-on D&D campaign, character sheets, combat, checks, whole shebang.

Biggest question is: would specific users playing specific characters be better, or would everyone voting on the party's/character's actions be better? On one hand, the combat'd probably be pretty tedious if done by community, but I think it'd be more fun to do the rest of the role playing aspect by vote. Still need to straighten that out and get some opinions.

3db43 No.7318

I've played 4th edition D&D a few times (as well as a few other systems, like Warhammer 40K). But never heard of Pathfinder before, so afraid I don't know much about that one.

Also better with Forums rather than phone apps.
Like the idea though :)

f42ca No.7320

>>7318
Pathfinder is an alternate take on D&D3.5. It has its share of critics, since it has preserved a few game mechanics from 3.5 that can be heavily abused, but I've had fun with it so far.
As for 4e, I've made one character, then the GM just stopped. Easy come, easy go.



99929 No.7311[Reply]

https://okayokayokok.deviantart.com/art/Goddesses-of-Fertility-comic-701025341

Okayokayokok's first Pregnant Expansion comic. What I've seen of it is good, but lack the funds to buy a copy. So I figured I'd post a link here so you all can enjoy.


03b2c No.7272[Reply]

I am recently getting back into pregnancy Roleplay. I have learned it turns me in more than anything. I am very interested in RP online as well as voice (which is my favorite)
Likes: late pregnancy, birthing, sex during birth, lactation, daddy/daughter just to name a few
Dislikes: degradation, rape, gore, furries, unrealistic scenarios

Contact me here or on kik..laurenmia_86


44930 No.7267[Reply]

My kikname is Miller_996
I'm thinking of forming a group, just to share any art (made by someone, or you), relating to pregnancy.
Anyone care to join, hit me up.


0900d No.7248[Reply]

If you are on the Kik chat, post Links you have here for those of us who don't or can't those links on their phones

Same rules of the chat apply


df009 No.501[Reply]

I'd like to know what other fetishes you all have outside of pregnancy/birth/lactation, etc..? Would be interested to see if there's overlap. If you don't have any that aren't birth or pregnancy-related, chime in too and let us know.

I'm a 27 year old woman. I'd say the fetish outside birth I get off to the most when I'm wanking is femdom/male!sub with an emphasis on orgasm denial. But I like D/s in general with all sexes. My girlfriend is my puppy sub. I'm an all around sadist, and I love to consensually and lovingly control someone else. I'm into med!fet, tickling, pet play, mommy/daddy play, humiliation/degradation, worship, vibrators, deep throat/gags, gender play, facesitting. Some of these are real life desires, some just porn I get off to. It's all basically in the realm of BDSM.

Looking forward to hearing from everyone else!
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7ddd9 No.6882

>>6082

Believe me, as someone who regularly writes that stuff, you are NOT alone. MANY women (or people pretending to be women, can't be sure…) have pm'd me saying that pregnancy terrifies them, but the idea of being forced to get pregnant and give birth against their will, especially to inhuman monsters is a crazy turn on, even if they would loathe anything even close to it in real life. Yea, a lot of people like their stuff with sunshine and rainbows, but there's plenty of people that like the idea of a demon thrusting their way out of their bellies while they scream in agony, tied down in a demon circle, or feeling their body warp and twist into something inhuman as the creature they were forced to gestate corrupts them utterly. :)

26f99 No.6903

>>6082
So much of the same for me! I'm in no rush to have a baby, but imagining scenarios where someone is packed with unnatural creatures eager to be released from their tight, supple, confining prison just takes me there.

4e32a No.7215

I'm a 30 year old guy but I love the idea of being forcibly transformed into a fertile petite woman and being impregnated.

So I guess, gender play, humiliation/degradation, some light bdsm, lactation, and cock worship. To name a few lol. I'm sure there are other's that I can't pin down right at the moment.

91415 No.7232

I sort of like vore, but only because it scratches a similar itch that pregnancy stuff does for me, i.e. a big belly with people inside.

I also have something of an incest fetish borne from playing Crusader Kings II and watching Game of Thrones, though I definitely never think of my own family in a sexual way. It's more the taboo that turns me on. I liked it when my ex called me "daddy", for instance.

51e48 No.7237

20 year old transguy, not into having kids at all and pretty dysphoric about my biological parts, but I'm pretty into mpreg, pregnancy, egg laying, birth, impregnation, etc. It's interesting that I find other transguys being into mpreg as well- despite hating the idea of pregnancy for themselves.
Aside from pregnancy I'm into cunnilingus, teasing, vibrators, and sometimes bondage. I'm not too big into bdsm but shit sometimes it does the job and it does it well.



f3c44 No.7218[Reply]

I guess one can say that I am having a hard time keeping the motivation to draw stuff for this board. Between the one user calling artists "flakes" not worthy of respect while putting on the "Happy Merchant" persona, to the one user who has been acting like he is entitled to his request, I feel like I am making content for people who do not even appreciate the effort we artists put into our work. Hardly one ever comments on the images, and the comments that are made can easily be summarized as "thumbs up" or "thumbs down." Hardly any of the comments give criticism that is all that constructive (saying "work on anatomy" is not very helpful as it is such a vague statement that tells the artist nothing specific that actually needs improvement).

I can easily see why not many artists show up on this board anymore. I can be difficult to post creations here when there is no indication that anyone acknowledges the existence of said creations (like what happens with artists like Hidon Redux). There are even times when artist is derided for the work said artist makes rather rudely, even though that artist simply fulfilled a request (which is what happened with Hosea).

Am I overreacting? Very likely. But really, this is how I honestly feel. I might even be alone in this, and many will likely call me all sorts of names while hiding behind their anonymity, but I felt that I needed to be honest.

6c2a8 No.7219

I'll admit, the anons are a fickle bunch at times. I'm sure your work is very much appreciated, even if no one actually comes out and says it. Likewise trolls will be trolls, don't pay too much attention to them.

There's somewhere I have in mind that if you haven't visited yet, it might help you. Unfortunately I can't mention where exactly it is here, lest the trolls find this wonderful place (though the mods wouldn't put up with their shit at all), but many of the artists you know are there.

77e6e No.7220

>>7218
You have to draw for yourself. You have to. Even if you draw for money you still have to find the time to draw for yourself.

As far as crit goes there is a period for an artist where single image based critique doesn't really help and you are firmly there. Honestly a lot of people are because they think they can just draw and get better without ever practicing. Study anatomy. Pick an area you want to work on and focus on that (arms, hands, legs, whatever) Go on deviantart, find a stock photo account and do different types of study. Gesture. Form.

Go buy a big old cheap pad of newsprint and get some crayons and work on capturing the movement and volume of a person.

You're on the internet you have a world of free information out there to help you teach yourself. And you have to. Only you can get yourself better at art.

Youtube: Sycra, Proko Look around from there you'll find tons of people teaching and you can pick out the ones you like.

ff6d1 No.7222

>>7218
You should enjoy the work you do in your free time. If you don't, stop for a while and see if you want to continue it later. You can't force motivation by hammering away at something repeatedly.

With regards to criticism, I'd say that only those experienced in the arts are able to give you the comments you seek. Don't be surprised that the average anon can't actually help you cause they themselves can't draw.

Finally with regards to acknowledgement of your works, yeah there probably are a lot of lurkers out there enjoying your works in secret, 1% rule of internet culture and all. If you want more positive responses though it may be best to find a more specialized site similar to you art. There's probably something like that out there in the vast internet.

f3c44 No.7226

I will still make works, that is for sure. I am just not sure if I will bother posting them here anymore.

efc36 No.7230

>>7226

You should still post here (because a lot of us like your art!), but if you want legitimate criticism, you'd be better off looking for it somewhere else than here.

There are many reasons few people here give good feedback. For me, this is simply because I don't wanna come off as an asshole, even though anonymity protects me. Although it's safe to assume this applies to many others too.

Another contributing reason would simply be that this is small site, with relatively little traffic.



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