School SimulationWhen Kaylee walked into fifth period that day, she had to conceal her grin. It was pregnancy week in her health class, which was a graduation requirement for everyone in the school and taken by juniors. While everyone around her seemed either indifferent or disgruntled, Kaylee was secretly thrilled.School Simulation2 months ago in Introductions & Chapters
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She would never tell anyone, but for as long as Kaylee could remember she had been fascinated and, yes, attracted to pregnant people. Women in the street with heavy bellies made arousal flood through her, as did comedy films about men carrying, and just the thought of being pregnant with her own could sometimes bring her over the edge.
And that was exactly what was about to happen.
"Listen up, listen up," her health teacher, Mrs. Arleen, drawled sounding rather bored. "Today, as you all know, marks the beginning of our reproduction unit here. And to show you what it’s gonna be like, so maybe you’ll actually stop and slap a rubber on, your all gonna be goin’ through a simul
Grand Father's Armoire (Part 3)It was four days later, and I was lying in my grandfather's bed, watching him work. He would wince now and then from the bruising on his hips, and sometimes cast furtive glances my way with a mixture of guilt and fascination. I was propped against half a dozen pillows, shamelessly rubbing my enormous belly, my shirt pulled up to my breasts and the vast expanse of my white middle bulging up from the center of the bed.Grand Father's Armoire (Part 3)1 month ago in Introductions & Chapters
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Every time my grandfather would mutter about "this damnable bit" and "that damn part" I would slowly try to sit up and move off the bed to assist and he would turn on a dime and say, "No, no, no Antonia, you stay in bed! It's not good for you or the babies for you to be up moving around too much! You lie there and rest."
Now, I didn't know a great deal about the final month of pregnancy, but I knew he was drawing this conclusion largely because Uncle Al had prescribed bed rest as a precaution.
"You situation, Antonia, is… unique, and we would do well to respect that