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Save a Horse, Ride a CowBOY: Beautiful by addicted-to-romione-bedward

Sometimes Jasper would rather ride a boy than his faithful steed...

Today we’re going to look at Beautiful by addicted-to-romione-bedward.

This story has a pretty simple premise. Edward and Jasper meet each other at a protest and are attracted to one another. However, there is something different about Jasper that Edward cannot quite put his finger on at first….he’s pregnant. Initially Edward is repulsed at the idea of a man being pregnant, but he feels an inexplicably strong pull. After failing at trying to forget Jasper, Edward runs into him again a couple of months later. He then realizes that Jasper’s pregnancy isn’t disgusting, like he previous thought, it’s actually quite beautiful. He then sets out to build a relationship with Jasper and the baby.

Not only is this story adorable and sweet, but it also explains the MPREG in a pretty reasonable way, with no magic or paranormal tactics. One thing I found particularly interesting was Edward’s attitude towards the pregnancy. At the beginning of the story, he couldn’t understand why people were so against gays being together and wondered why he was looked down upon and made to seem like an abomination when all he, and many others, want to do is just live life. Unfortunately, he doesn’t share that same open-mindedness with Jasper’s situation and must learn to look beyond it and just see the human being – the exact thing he wanted for LGBT community. Without even knowing it, he discriminated against Jasper because he didn’t understand, much like a lot of bigots throughout the world. The message of this story was so very relevant and timely.

Please give this o/s a chance. It’s an enjoyable read that will ultimately leave a smile on your face.


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