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Here's a story about a husband who comes home after a week away to find that his wife and her friend have been playing with a magic T-shirt, and have a plot in mind.

This one was commissioned by  IrateLiterate, who wanted me to do another take on the "Pregnant Pause" T-shirt McGuffin from one of my Misc Scenes (and the beaddventure). I'd been meaning to revisit that for a bit, so I was happy to write this one.

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Posted by LowProfile 1 year ago Report

love it! this went in a direction i wasn't expecting. i LOVE the weird "semantic" stuff that can come up in unbirth stories, and the weirdness of a woman basically giving birth to herself is up there with a daughter becoming her mother's mother for this crazy-awesome stuff


Posted by Groblek 1 year ago Report

Thanks! The weirdness of the idea was one of the things that attracted me to the story concept when IrateLiterate pitched it to me.


Posted by 622 1 year ago Report

should have had unbirth sam and heather unbirth carol


Posted by dreamweevil 1 year ago Report

This is "weird" in that it's magical and specific, but I like the idea of the zero-sum game being an unbirth device: "borrowing" a soul from the future meaning that the debt has to be repaid by somebody else.

A common thread you and I seem to write about is a budding lesbian romance that somehow depends on a man in order to fully consummate, where he's consumed in the process (often in order for the women to produce offspring). There's something appealing about it: strong women, powerful love, and a loving (if sometimes unwilling) and intimate sacrifice. It's all about connections and what we would give up for somebody that we care about.

Nicely done as always!