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Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7773] Wed, 03 April 2013 21:35 Go to next message
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now up for your viewing pleasure!


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Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7777] Wed, 03 April 2013 23:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thank you very much.
Some women are that way on their period. One with whom I was rather intimate always complained about feeling horny when her period happened. Me, meh... Sex is in the mind quite a bit.
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7781] Wed, 10 April 2013 02:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Great to see Origi-tuck back in action! (Sorry, Tuck seasons is decent, but the setting is a type of story I'm not fond of).

Anyone else get the feeling TuVal is having a period as well? >_>
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7782] Wed, 10 April 2013 09:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Sydcarp wrote on Tue, 09 April 2013 23:30

Great to see Origi-tuck back in action! (Sorry, Tuck seasons is decent, but the setting is a type of story I'm not fond of).

Anyone else get the feeling TuVal is having a period as well? >_>



I too am not as fond of the seasons stories. However I will take any Tuck that is published. And isn't that an interesting question. Is Tuck experiencing the effects of cyclical hormones that are being produced by the ovary? Yeah I can actually see that as a possibility. I wonder when one of his doctors will point it out?

Oh and welcome to the forum. Don't be shy.

[Updated on: Wed, 10 April 2013 09:07]

Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7785] Fri, 12 April 2013 01:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Anne wrote on Wed, 10 April 2013 06:06

Sydcarp wrote on Tue, 09 April 2013 23:30

Great to see Origi-tuck back in action! (Sorry, Tuck seasons is decent, but the setting is a type of story I'm not fond of).

Anyone else get the feeling TuVal is having a period as well? >_>



I too am not as fond of the seasons stories. However I will take any Tuck that is published. And isn't that an interesting question. Is Tuck experiencing the effects of cyclical hormones that are being produced by the ovary? Yeah I can actually see that as a possibility. I wonder when one of his doctors will point it out?

Oh and welcome to the forum. Don't be shy.


Yep, though I tend to favor anything that presents the ovary as more fully formed, because then it can have eggs and Tuck could have a kid of his own with a surrogate. (Mike could be the dad. Mixing the genes! The end is nigh! etc.)

But I might be kind of odd because I also tend to root for M2F stories ending up with the protag getting a girlfriend (Which is why I'm enjoying TuVal slutting around. I'm just hoping it levels off into something meaningful instead of just being a dalliance until Travis#2)

And now I feel compelled to add that there is absolutely nothing wrong with adoption Rolling Eyes But I'm fond of the thought of Tuck having a genetic-spawn to raise up into a terrifying hacker-anti-government-whatever.
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7786] Fri, 12 April 2013 03:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If you go back thru the timeline, this doesn't seem to be Tuck's first period.
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7787] Sat, 13 April 2013 00:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Erin Halfelven wrote on Fri, 12 April 2013 00:48

If you go back thru the timeline, this doesn't seem to be Tuck's first period.


I'm pretty well aware of that, though I've been leaning toward it being influenced by the amount of time he spends with the girls. I know it sounds cliche but I've chalked it up to a sympathetic reaction. Some men seem to have it when they are in a close relationship with a woman.

OTOH I can easily see the breakup with Debbie being over them having a period at the same time in a strange place.
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7817] Sun, 21 April 2013 13:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Further thought on this issue brings up the fact that Sarah Tucker seems to be on her period... At least that is my guess. I wonder if Tuck will ever twig to the fact that his mother suffers some fairly intense PMS?
This along with Tuck's delicate stomach seems to be an even larger red flag. He really needs to see Doc Treble and Sheila with his mother there. I wonder if the MD and Psych would trip over this clue?
Then what do they do? Tuck has been raised as a boy. More than 50%of the time he thinks of himself as a boy. Yet his body (a mosaic if Ellen informed us correctly) has one penis, one ovary, one mass that is undefined (but I'd bet it is producing testosterone) one partial fallopian tube and now well developed breasts. I'd be willing to bet that tests would show that Tuck could produce milk and nurse a baby...
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7820] Mon, 22 April 2013 04:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Anne wrote on Sun, 21 April 2013 10:12

I'd be willing to bet that tests would show that Tuck could produce milk and nurse a baby...


*Men* can produce milk and nurse babies ... without hormone treatments. It's far from common, but...

So Tuck being able to do it doesn't prove anything.

Heck, given the level of female hormones in his body, it'd be surprising if he *couldn't* nurse a baby.

BTW, that "mass" doesn't need to produce testosterone. Females produce it naturally, just at lower levels than in men.

Tuck *cannot* have much testosterone or he'd not have developed the way he has. He'd have (at the very least) more facial and body hair, and his voice would likely have changed.

Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7832] Sat, 04 May 2013 13:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I'd say that at sometime during gestation 'he' was producing enough testosterone to differentiate his genitals to a penis at least. Whether or not the euretha flowed through the penis entirely may be questionable considering the fact of the scarring that Doc Trebble noted.

Then again what the scar may be is repair of a bifurcated scrotum... I.E. partially formed vulva. That would ring true especially if as most 'boys' he sprinkled the doc shortly after arrival.
Re: Tuck post-Valentine's #2 [message #7835] Sun, 05 May 2013 15:51 Go to previous message
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Anne wrote on Sat, 04 May 2013 10:31

I'd say that at sometime during gestation 'he' was producing enough testosterone to differentiate his genitals to a penis at least. Whether or not the euretha flowed through the penis entirely may be questionable considering the fact of the scarring that Doc Trebble noted.

Then again what the scar may be is repair of a bifurcated scrotum... I.E. partially formed vulva. That would ring true especially if as most 'boys' he sprinkled the doc shortly after arrival.


No, the testosterone (or a chemical with similar effects) could have been external. Not all that uncommon as I understand it.

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