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29th Sep '16 2:23:17 PM Sammettik
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* Perhaps not exactly the same thing, but the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Golden Yeggs" ends with Daffy Duck laying a golden egg for gangster Rocky. As Daffy himself puts it, "You don't know what you can do 'til you've got a gun against your head!".
29th Sep '16 2:21:23 PM Sammettik
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', Ben ends up giving birth while in one of his alien forms. With no accompanying {{squick}} and/or HeroicBSOD on his part (though the [[NauseaFuel audience may differ]]). This might not be due to the Mister Seahorse so much as when/how the implied impregnation occu-- ''WhoWritesThisCrap'' The alien in question is said to be asexual.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'', Ben ends up giving birth while in one of his alien forms. With no accompanying {{squick}} and/or HeroicBSOD on his part (though the [[NauseaFuel audience may differ]]). This might not be due to the Mister Seahorse so much as when/how the implied impregnation occu-- ''WhoWritesThisCrap'' occurs. The alien in question is said to be asexual.
29th Sep '16 2:20:12 PM Sammettik
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''WesternAnimation/OzzyAndDrix'':
* Subverted in an episode where Ozzy initially ''thinks'' he's pregnant (and is oddly happy about it too), but it turns out [[spoiler:the "baby" is actually a parasitic virus that's been injected into him.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/OzzyAndDrix'':
* ** Subverted in an episode where Ozzy initially ''thinks'' he's pregnant (and is oddly happy about it too), but it turns out [[spoiler:the "baby" is actually a parasitic virus that's been injected into him.]]
24th Sep '16 8:01:36 PM Muffingirl7771
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23rd Sep '16 5:56:20 PM RachaelWonderWoman
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* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12160468/1/Kirk-Starts-A-Family-Aboard-The-Enterprise Kirk Starts A Family Aboard The Enterprise]]. In this Film/StarTrek fanfic [[SurprisePregnancy Kirk discovers while undergoing a routine physical in sick bay that he's carrying an unborn child in his uterus]]. The trope is justified in that Kirk is transgender. (He was born female, but identifies as a man.)

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* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12160468/1/Kirk-Starts-A-Family-Aboard-The-Enterprise Kirk Starts A Family Aboard The Enterprise]]. In this Film/StarTrek fanfic [[SurprisePregnancy Kirk discovers while undergoing a routine physical in sick bay that he's been carrying an unborn child in his uterus]]. uterus]] for the previous twenty-four weeks. The trope is justified in that Kirk is transgender. (He was born female, but identifies as a man.)female-to-male transgender person. Kirk decides to [[PregnantBadass continue serving while he's pregnant]].
23rd Sep '16 12:59:35 PM RachaelWonderWoman
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* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12160468/1/Kirk-Starts-A-Family-Aboard-The-Enterprise Kirk Starts A Family Aboard The Enterprise]]. in this Film/StarTrek fanfic the trope is justified in that Kirk is transgender. (He was born female, but identifies as a man).

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* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12160468/1/Kirk-Starts-A-Family-Aboard-The-Enterprise Kirk Starts A Family Aboard The Enterprise]]. in In this Film/StarTrek fanfic the [[SurprisePregnancy Kirk discovers while undergoing a routine physical in sick bay that he's carrying an unborn child in his uterus]]. The trope is justified in that Kirk is transgender. (He was born female, but identifies as a man).man.)
22nd Sep '16 2:44:42 PM RachaelWonderWoman
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* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12160468/1/Kirk-Starts-A-Family-Aboard-The-Enterprise Kirk Starts A Family Aboard The Enterprise]]. in this Film/StarTrek fanfic the trope is justified in that Kirk is transgender. (He was born female, but identifies as a man).
13th Sep '16 8:07:04 PM KingClark
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This is ''theoretically'' possible in real life. [[MadScientist A Scientist]] was able to implant an embryo in the abdominal wall of a male baboon, and others report that it is indeed possible to get a man pregnant if the embryo is planted at the proper spot, but only if the man is pumped full of pregnancy hormones. The embryo [[TheMoreYouKnow creates its own placenta]], it turns out.[[note]]http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2005-07/male-pregnancy-dangerous-proposition[[/note]] Unfortunately, the abdominal wall is not designed to detach from the placenta, resulting in [[OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank massive bloody injury]]. There's also no obvious route of exit, and the baby would have to be removed via c-section. Male volunteers, not wanting to risk their lives on such a venture, have not been forthcoming.

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This is ''theoretically'' possible in real life. [[MadScientist A Scientist]] scientist]] was able to implant an embryo in the abdominal wall of a male baboon, and others report that it is indeed possible to get a man pregnant if the embryo is planted at the proper spot, but only if the man is pumped full of pregnancy hormones. The embryo [[TheMoreYouKnow creates its own placenta]], it turns out.[[note]]http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2005-07/male-pregnancy-dangerous-proposition[[/note]] Unfortunately, the abdominal wall is not designed to detach from the placenta, resulting in [[OverdrawnAtTheBloodBank massive bloody injury]]. There's also no obvious route of exit, and the baby would have to be removed via c-section. Male volunteers, not wanting to risk their lives on such a venture, have not been forthcoming.
31st Aug '16 3:59:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''WildCards'' series, Dr. Tachyon has his [[FreakyFriday mind swapped]] by his AxCrazy grandson Blaise, who leaves him a teenaged girl's body. Blaise rapes her repeatedly, eventually getting her pregnant shortly before leaving Earth (with the girl [[GrandTheftMe trapped in Tachyon's original body]] in tow). By the time Tachyon has gotten back into his original body, s/he had not only given birth, but had gotten pregnant again.

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* In the ''WildCards'' ''Literature/WildCards'' series, Dr. Tachyon has his [[FreakyFriday mind swapped]] by his AxCrazy grandson Blaise, who leaves him a teenaged girl's body. Blaise rapes her repeatedly, eventually getting her pregnant shortly before leaving Earth (with the girl [[GrandTheftMe trapped in Tachyon's original body]] in tow). By the time Tachyon has gotten back into his original body, s/he had not only given birth, but had gotten pregnant again.



* Creator/JackChalker's transformation novels, such as the ''WellWorld'' series, often feature this happening to assorted characters, usually through BizarreAlienBiology. One was even [[{{Animorphism}} transformed into an actual seahorse]]. He didn't actually get pregnant, but the possibility was acknowleged.

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* Creator/JackChalker's transformation novels, such as the ''WellWorld'' ''Literature/WellWorld'' series, often feature this happening to assorted characters, usually through BizarreAlienBiology. One was even [[{{Animorphism}} transformed into an actual seahorse]]. He didn't actually get pregnant, but the possibility was acknowleged.



* Briefly mentioned in Diane Duane's ''[[YoungWizards High Wizardry]]''.

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* Briefly mentioned in Diane Duane's ''[[YoungWizards ''[[Literature/YoungWizards High Wizardry]]''.



* In ''TheWhimsOfCreation'', by Simon Hawke, the baby incubators on a generation starship are believed to have been compromised by a rogue computer program. Several characters speculate that any existing fetuses may have to be gestated the old-fashioned way for the first time in centuries. When a female character takes exception, her husband reminds her that technology has advanced far enough to allow ''him'' to do all the hard work. [[spoiler:Although the incubator issue is resolved, the book ends with him giving birth to their daughter.]]
* In the WilliamSchoell sci-fi/horror novel ''Dragon'', several workers helping to uncover an ancient temple become sick and are taken to the local hospital. After doing exams, the stunned doctor declares that somehow, they're pregnant. [[spoiler:It turns out this is one stage of the temple's secretly super-advanced defense system. The men are "pregnant" with hideous monstrosities which, like in ''Alien'', burst out of them and proceed to kill everyone in the hospital.]]

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* In ''TheWhimsOfCreation'', ''Literature/TheWhimsOfCreation'', by Simon Hawke, the baby incubators on a generation starship are believed to have been compromised by a rogue computer program. Several characters speculate that any existing fetuses may have to be gestated the old-fashioned way for the first time in centuries. When a female character takes exception, her husband reminds her that technology has advanced far enough to allow ''him'' to do all the hard work. [[spoiler:Although the incubator issue is resolved, the book ends with him giving birth to their daughter.]]
* In the WilliamSchoell Creator/WilliamSchoell sci-fi/horror novel ''Dragon'', several workers helping to uncover an ancient temple become sick and are taken to the local hospital. After doing exams, the stunned doctor declares that somehow, they're pregnant. [[spoiler:It turns out this is one stage of the temple's secretly super-advanced defense system. The men are "pregnant" with hideous monstrosities which, like in ''Alien'', burst out of them and proceed to kill everyone in the hospital.]]
27th Aug '16 4:30:38 PM Delphi
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* In the short story ''Dark Angel'' by Edward Bryant, a modern day witch-for-hire gets revenge on a man who has wronged her by using voodoo to make him pregnant. This is played for horror because A: a condition of the spell is that no one else will know what's wrong with him and B: he has a uterus [[spoiler: ''but no birth canal.'']]
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