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Wednesday, January 29, 2020


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Cassie Middles

I absolutely love this.
A major reason I love secondlife, is to give people the ability to do something they can't in RL. That includes being able to have a family/children. I've met many in secondlife that can't procreate, and it's hard on them. Secondlife becomes therapy for them with the ability to adopt kids or go through the roleplay process of having a child. SL is so beyond immersive, and this adds to it. I definitely think it is a lovely thing and a nice update compared to Mama Alpa.

DrMandy Perez

Very good news!
My RPG Group we run a clinic thats very much like planned parenthood that enpowers women to free themselves of unwanted male seeds implanted in them.

This could help in our new program were we screen out male babiee to terminate the pregnancy while ensuring the females get adapted , its our way of helping fight the inequality in secondlife


Thanks I hate it

sirhc desantis


You know, it is this sort of thing that keeps me in SL after all this time. What the hell else on Earth matches the sheer spectrum of erm creativity.

To quote Die A, I fink u freeky and I like you a lot.


Alpha sorting, pixelated shadows and differing lighting around the belly coming in 3... 2... 1...

Summer Haas

Can I get one that has an alien fetus instead? Also would like it to pop out and start singing "Hello my Baby" if possible.

Soda Sullivan

There are no words

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