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11th Jun '16 1:43:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' fanfic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7773844/1/Laboring_to_Love ''Laboring to Love'']] a mad scientist kidnaps most of the team to perform such a procedure, except the team member left out of the kidnapping is [[spoiler: Ziva. The mad scientist has been working on an artificial womb for men, and [[MisterSeahorse McGee]] is the test subject.]]

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* In the ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' fanfic [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/7773844/1/Laboring_to_Love ''Laboring to Love'']] a mad scientist kidnaps most of the team to perform such a procedure, except the team member left out of the kidnapping is [[spoiler: Ziva. The mad scientist has been working on an artificial womb for men, and [[MisterSeahorse McGee]] is the test subject.]]

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10th Jun '16 10:25:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Demon Seed'' by DeanKoontz has this happen, and the perpetrator is an [[AiIsACrapShoot artificial intelligence]] who calls himself Proteus. He just wants to help humanity get rid of all its pain and misery and disease and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking male pattern baldness]] and of course, to live a life [[BecomeARealBoy of the flesh]] by transplanting his consciousness into the child once it is born. It should also be mentioned that this child is [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke not entirely human]].

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* ''Demon Seed'' by DeanKoontz Creator/DeanKoontz has this happen, and the perpetrator is an [[AiIsACrapShoot artificial intelligence]] who calls himself Proteus. He just wants to help humanity get rid of all its pain and misery and disease and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking male pattern baldness]] and of course, to live a life [[BecomeARealBoy of the flesh]] by transplanting his consciousness into the child once it is born. It should also be mentioned that this child is [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke not entirely human]].



* In ''JasonXPlanetOfTheBeast'', a drugged woman is impregnated with Jason's... genetic material.

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* In ''JasonXPlanetOfTheBeast'', ''Literature/JasonXPlanetOfTheBeast'', a drugged woman is impregnated with Jason's... genetic material.



* In the [[TheWitcher the Witcher Saga]], [[spoiler:the wizard Vilgefortz]] intends to do it to Ciri. He gets close.

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* In the [[TheWitcher [[Literature/TheWitcher the Witcher Saga]], [[spoiler:the wizard Vilgefortz]] intends to do it to Ciri. He gets close.
4th May '16 2:58:13 AM WillBGood
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30th Jan '16 8:45:43 AM Willbyr
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* Implied to have happened in ''LyricalNanoha'', of all shows. Near the end of the third series, BigBad [[MadScientist Jail Scaglietti]] reveals that [[spoiler:he impregnated his QuirkyMinibossSquad, the Numbers Cyborgs, with rapidly-growing clones of himself which he'd patterned his own mind into, ensuring that he could continue to wreak havoc across the multiverse even if the heroes arrested him]]. Whilst this appeared to be mostly consensual (though deeply squicky for [[ParentalIncest a number of other reasons]]), it's worth remembering that [[spoiler:the Numbers Cyborgs, at the time, included the kidnapped and brainwashed Ginga Nakajima, who would therefore also have been a candidate for this procedure]]. Thankfully, [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary materials]] state that this was [[spoiler:a magical procedure, intended to implant upon Jail's death, and that since Jail was taken alive, no one was actually impregnated.]] Whew.
* Almost happened to [[spoiler: the eponymous character]] in ''{{Karin}}'', since [[spoiler: her condition as the non-vampire of her family actually was a consequences of being a ''spirit of psyche'', a special type of vampire that can bestow fertility in other vampires. Therefore she's kidnapped and locked away by another vampire clan, who plans to do this to her.]]
* Subverted in ''AyashiNoCeres''. [[spoiler: Chidori]] is supposed to go through it when she's caught by the Mikages, but [[spoiler: she ultimately dies before the embryo is implanted into her.]]

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* Implied to have happened in ''LyricalNanoha'', ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', of all shows. Near the end of the third series, BigBad [[MadScientist Jail Scaglietti]] reveals that [[spoiler:he impregnated his QuirkyMinibossSquad, the Numbers Cyborgs, with rapidly-growing clones of himself which he'd patterned his own mind into, ensuring that he could continue to wreak havoc across the multiverse even if the heroes arrested him]]. Whilst this appeared to be mostly consensual (though deeply squicky for [[ParentalIncest a number of other reasons]]), it's worth remembering that [[spoiler:the Numbers Cyborgs, at the time, included the kidnapped and brainwashed Ginga Nakajima, who would therefore also have been a candidate for this procedure]]. Thankfully, [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary materials]] state that this was [[spoiler:a magical procedure, intended to implant upon Jail's death, and that since Jail was taken alive, no one was actually impregnated.]] Whew.
* Almost happened to [[spoiler: the eponymous character]] in ''{{Karin}}'', ''Manga/{{Karin}}'', since [[spoiler: her condition as the non-vampire of her family actually was a consequences of being a ''spirit of psyche'', a special type of vampire that can bestow fertility in other vampires. Therefore she's kidnapped and locked away by another vampire clan, who plans to do this to her.]]
* Subverted in ''AyashiNoCeres''.''Manga/AyashiNoCeres''. [[spoiler: Chidori]] is supposed to go through it when she's caught by the Mikages, but [[spoiler: she ultimately dies before the embryo is implanted into her.]]
18th Dec '15 4:15:41 AM pinkdalek
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Aeris's intended fate is to be mated with a long-lived beast species to produce a hybrid with the lifespan of a beast and the Lifestream-communing power of an Ancient. Fortunately, the beast isn't happy about the arrangement either and, after playing along to get his guard down, attacks the scientist responsible (and apologises to Aeris for scaring her).
18th Nov '15 8:27:10 PM Fireblood
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** Also "Small Potatoes" where the antagonist can change his appearance, and has been [[BedTrick impregnating women in the guise of their husbands]].

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** Also "Small Potatoes" where the antagonist can change his appearance, and has been [[BedTrick impregnating women in the guise of their husbands]]. In this case at least the perpetrator's identified as a rapist, put on the sex offender registry, and imprisoned.



** Episode 8x14, "Grief" one of the more disturbing episodes of the series: a woman was accused of paying off a hospital orderly to impregnate her comatose daughter. A DownerEnding all around due to the fact that [[spoiler:the daughter dies after delivering a healthy baby via C-Section. And the parents of the orderly sue for custody of the baby]].
** There's "Seed," which, in a somewhat "softer" example, reveals that the in vitro fertilization doctor that a bunch of women have relied on has been using ''his own sperm'' for every impregnation. The DA's office can't make rape stick, however, so they go for fraud instead. Then can't make that stick because none of the parents involved are willing to come forward and press charges.

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** Episode In episode 8x14, "Grief" "Grief", one of the more disturbing episodes of the series: series, a woman was accused of paying off a hospital orderly to impregnate her comatose daughter. A DownerEnding all around due to the fact that [[spoiler:the daughter dies after delivering a healthy baby via C-Section. And the parents of the orderly sue for custody of the baby]].
** There's "Seed," which, in a somewhat "softer" example, reveals that the in vitro fertilization doctor that a bunch of women have relied on has been using ''his own sperm'' for every impregnation. The DA's office can't make rape stick, however, so they go for fraud instead. Then can't make that stick because none of the parents involved are willing to come forward and press charges.charges (this one is based on a true story, at least the "doctor using his own sperm" part).



* Season two of ''Series/OrphanBlack'' contains an example which starts out as particularly disturbing and manages to get ''worse''. [[spoiler:A religious cult severely drugs Helena, who is shown to have the mentality of a child. Her eggs are extracted from her without her consent, and they evidently plan to artificially inseminate her, but she escapes before this can happen. The responsible parties proceed to cross the MoralEventHorizon further by threatening their own daughter, who is still a teenager, with being forced to carry Helena's child instead, a threat that is eventually carried out. Its revealed that the embryos were fertilized by the girl's father's sperm and he planned to force more women to be surrogates for his and Helena's children ''en masse'']].

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* Season two of ''Series/OrphanBlack'' contains an example which starts out as particularly disturbing and manages to get ''worse''. [[spoiler:A religious cult severely drugs Helena, who is shown to have the mentality of a child. Her eggs are extracted from her without her consent, and they evidently plan to artificially inseminate her, but she escapes before this can happen. The responsible parties proceed to cross the MoralEventHorizon further by threatening their own daughter, who is still a teenager, with being forced to carry Helena's child instead, a threat that is eventually carried out. Its It's revealed that the embryos were fertilized by the girl's father's sperm and he planned to force more women to be surrogates for his and Helena's children ''en masse'']].




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* ''Series/IZombie'': {{Inverted}} with Scott E and his medical supervisor, who forced Scott to have sex with her so she'd get pregnant. When Scott's delusions and paranoia reach a head and he tries to force her to get an abortion, she killed him.
26th Oct '15 8:10:39 AM kome360
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* Done to Alma from ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon FEAR]]'', where she was comatose, impregnated and even gave birth via C-Section while in said coma.

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* Done to Alma from ''[[VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon FEAR]]'', where she was comatose, impregnated and even gave birth via C-Section while in said coma.
coma. Then she was executed, but her psychic powers allowed her ghost to survive, but trapped in her own coffin and barely able to make contact with her sons. This makes her hate everyone, and it goes horribly wrong from there.
** Inverted in the sequel, where Alma rapes a overpowered psychic to get pregnant. It's implied that she used the sperm donor's dead love interest as a physical incubator for the spirit embryo to have a body. He's NOT happy about it, especially since Alma directly/indirectly caused the deaths of millions with psychic powers alone, even going so far as to give someone he loathes permission to "kill the filthy maggot inside her".
8th Jul '15 1:48:11 PM Christy
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30th Jun '15 10:58:15 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'' has the humanoid Cylons try this on the human women they captured, including Starbuck, specifically by performing a surgery on her to extract some of her eggs (to the point her StalkerWithACrush Leoben claimed a random little girl he kidnapped was their child). It doesn't work however, since the only way Cylons and humans can successfully reproduce with each other is if [[ThePowerOfLove love]] (or at least consensual sex) was involved in the process.

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* ''Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined'' ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'' has the humanoid Cylons try this on the human women they captured, including Starbuck, specifically by performing a surgery on her to extract some of her eggs (to the point her StalkerWithACrush Leoben claimed a random little girl he kidnapped was their child). It doesn't work however, since the only way Cylons and humans can successfully reproduce with each other is if [[ThePowerOfLove love]] (or at least consensual sex) was involved in the process.
1st Jun '15 11:18:02 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/TheTestamentOfJessieLamb'', a disease kills all pregnant women. Scientists found a way to vaccinate fetuses that were refrigerated before the disease spread. The protagonist lives in Britain, where there is not much pressure, just a hero cult around the "Sleeping Beauties", women who sacrifice their lives to give birth to those (hopefully immune) fetuses, and spent the pregnancy in a medication-induced coma. In other countries, though, it is mentioned that girls (up to age of sixteen, as older ones are more likely to miscarry) are pressured into this, or even outright drugged and put into a coma until they die from the disease.
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