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12th Feb '16 11:04:35 PM Binditheskunk
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*In another Death note fiction "[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11136136/1/Fill-What-s-Empty-Empty-What-s-Full-Scratch-Where-It-Itches]]" it's L that ends up pregnant by Light who was cheating on his girlfriend with him .....at least they explain that L has female organs and it's better than it sounds .
12th Feb '16 10:59:45 PM Binditheskunk
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* In Paternity Test a man finds out that he is pregnant with his partnerís baby. (no explanation is given for how this happened ......but it's still a pretty good flick )
28th Jan '16 3:20:58 PM Merlyn_LeRoy
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* A slightly squickier variant happens in the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' movies, wherein people of any gender and presumably any species can be [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong impregnated]] with baby aliens. [[Film/{{Alien}} The first victim]] in the series is, notably, male. In fact, it was John Hurt.
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* A slightly squickier variant happens in the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' movies, wherein people of any gender and presumably any species can be [[FaceFullOfAlienWingWong impregnated]] with baby aliens. [[Film/{{Alien}} The first victim]] in the series is, notably, male. In fact, it was John Hurt.Creator/JohnHurt.
17th Jan '16 6:24:57 PM nombretomado
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* Occasionally mentioned in passing in some of S.L. Viehl's books; for example, a rumor circulates in ''{{Stardoc}}'' that Cherijo has impregnated Kao. And then, there's this exchange in ''Blade Dancer'':
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* Occasionally mentioned in passing in some of S.L. Viehl's books; for example, a rumor circulates in ''{{Stardoc}}'' ''Literature/{{Stardoc}}'' that Cherijo has impregnated Kao. And then, there's this exchange in ''Blade Dancer'':
8th Jan '16 7:07:06 AM StFan
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8th Jan '16 7:02:27 AM StFan
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[[folder:Fanfiction]][[folder:Comic Strips]] * Parodied in ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues''. When watching a nature DVD which ([[ShownTheirWork correctly]]) explains male seahorse anatomy, Wanda simplifies it by telling Zoe that the male seahorse has the baby. Wanda then offhandedly asks if male seahorses do household chores as well. * A ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' sequence involved Dogbert convincing Dilbert he had made him pregnant by giving him fertility drugs. Dilbert became visibly larger and greatly increased his eating to feed all the multiple babies he thought he had in their until Alice pointed out that a) it was impossible and b) the only evidence he had was his weight gain. * In ''ComicStrip/SafeHavens'', [[spoiler:[[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermen]] get pregnant]]. * Played with in ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}''. In one two-week arc, Jeremy, Hector and Pierce wear weighted vests that simulate the weight gain of pregnancy. The whole two weeks play out as if they actually are pregnant, with the first strip in the series featuring "pregnant" Jeremy, Hector and Pierce walking down the hallway, without any context as to why they're that way. [[/folder]] [[folder:Fan Works]]

* ''Film/{{X-Men}}'':First Class, wherein just one [[http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lmu1ns2IfH1qlwxvho1_500.jpg hilarious macro image]] launched a wave of fanfics wherein Erik impregnates Charles. The science is usually handwaved using the idea of Charles simply having a second mutation.
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* ''Film/{{X-Men}}'':First Class, ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', wherein just one [[http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lmu1ns2IfH1qlwxvho1_500.jpg hilarious macro image]] launched a wave of fanfics wherein Erik impregnates Charles. The science is usually handwaved using the idea of Charles simply having a second mutation.

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* This is [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] in Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian: -->"It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them." -->"Right, but you don't have a womb! Where's the fetus going to gestate? You gonna keep it in a box?"
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* This is [[DiscussedTrope discussed]] in Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian: ''Film/MontyPythonsLifeOfBrian'': -->"It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them." -->"Right, "\\ "Right, but you don't have a womb! Where's the fetus going to gestate? You gonna keep it in a box?"

[[folder:Machinima]] * In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Tucker is impregnated (well, infected parasitically) by an alien as part of a prophecy. Tucker gives birth at the end of season four, although we do not see the birth take place (thankfully). This also means that we have absolutely no idea which orifice the baby emerged from (again, thankfully). [[/folder]] [[folder:Magazines]] * ''Spy'' magazine did a parody of Creator/DemiMoore posing naked on the cover of ''Vanity Fair'' with a pregnant belly by having her then-husband Creator/BruceWillis pose on the September 1991 issue cover naked with a pregnant belly in the same fashion. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * Parodied in ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues''. When watching a nature DVD which ([[ShownTheirWork correctly]]) explains male seahorse anatomy, Wanda simplifies it by telling Zoe that the male seahorse has the baby. Wanda then offhandedly asks if male seahorses do household chores as well. * A ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' sequence involved Dogbert convincing Dilbert he had made him pregnant by giving him fertility drugs. Dilbert became visibly larger and greatly increased his eating to feed all the multiple babies he thought he had in their until Alice pointed out that a) it was impossible and b) the only evidence he had was his weight gain. * In ''SafeHavens'', [[spoiler:[[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermen]] get pregnant]]. * Played with in ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}''. In one two-week arc, Jeremy, Hector and Pierce wear weighted vests that simulate the weight gain of pregnancy. The whole two weeks play out as if they actually are pregnant, with the first strip in the series featuring "pregnant" Jeremy, Hector and Pierce walking down the hallway, without any context as to why they're that way.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] [[folder:Print Media]] * Parodied in ''ComicStrip/BabyBlues''. When watching ''Spy'' magazine did a nature DVD which ([[ShownTheirWork correctly]]) explains male seahorse anatomy, Wanda simplifies it by telling Zoe that parody of Creator/DemiMoore posing naked on the male seahorse has the baby. Wanda then offhandedly asks if male seahorses do household chores as well. * A ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' sequence involved Dogbert convincing Dilbert he had made him cover of ''Vanity Fair'' with a pregnant belly by giving him fertility drugs. Dilbert became visibly larger and greatly increased his eating to feed all having her then-husband Creator/BruceWillis pose on the multiple babies he thought he had in their until Alice pointed out that a) it was impossible and b) the only evidence he had was his weight gain. * In ''SafeHavens'', [[spoiler:[[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermen]] get pregnant]]. * Played September 1991 issue cover naked with in ''ComicStrip/{{Zits}}''. In one two-week arc, Jeremy, Hector and Pierce wear weighted vests that simulate the weight gain of pregnancy. The whole two weeks play out as if they actually are pregnant, with the first strip a pregnant belly in the series featuring "pregnant" Jeremy, Hector and Pierce walking down the hallway, without any context as to why they're that way.same fashion.

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[[folder:Webcomics]][[folderWeb Animation]] * In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Tucker is impregnated (well, infected parasitically) by an alien as part of a prophecy. Tucker gives birth at the end of season four, although we do not see the birth take place (thankfully). This also means that we have absolutely no idea which orifice the baby emerged from (again, thankfully). [[/folder]] [[folder:Web Comics]]
4th Jan '16 10:19:45 PM WanderingBrowser
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* {{Runequest}} Nandan, god of woman in a man body.
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* {{Runequest}} ''TabletopGame/{{Runequest}}'' has Nandan, god of woman a [[OddJobGods deity of]] male-to-female transsexuals and transgenderism. ** There's also an article in Tales #6 that features the spell "Transfer Pregnancy", which does ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Trolls have a man body.tendency to transfer the pregnancies from females to males, since females are much more valuable.
19th Dec '15 2:40:23 PM Adept
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* A scene in the epilogue of ''HalfPrince'' has Gui and Lan deciding to have a baby. Because Lan can't stand pain and doesn't want to have to go through giving birth, Gui ends up pregnant with her child.
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* A scene in the epilogue of ''HalfPrince'' ''Literature/HalfPrince'' has Gui and Lan deciding to have a baby. Because Lan can't stand pain and doesn't want to have to go through giving birth, Gui ends up pregnant with her child.
17th Dec '15 11:22:09 AM VicGeorge2011
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** Similarly, ''Motherhood'' by Babybird.
17th Dec '15 11:18:56 AM R1ck
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