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Yes, to the extent that avatars can get pregnant (which, really, is no - but you can play pretend, right? that's what everyone means by pregnant, right? They don't want the messy squeezy stuff, just the look of it)

Just use the Marketplace to look for... like... pregnant belly attachments... or... whatever other aesthetic look you're going for.

This isn't my area. :P

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Yes, to the extent that avatars can get pregnant (which, really, is no - but you can play pretend, right? that's what everyone means by pregnant, right? They don't want the messy squeezy stuff, just the look of it)

Just use the Marketplace to look for... like... pregnant belly attachments... or... whatever other aesthetic look you're going for.

This isn't my area. :P

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Second Life has no built-in pregnancy system at all. It is not the Sims. Sex is just a set of animations with nothing happening, on a technical level, beside that. All kinds of "pregnancies" in SL are roleplay, more or less enchanced by different tools, which you can buy inworld or on the marketplace...or not at all and simply buy yourself an object that simulates a baby.

 

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If you want to roleplay the realism of pregnancy, you can find a mating HUD on the marketplace. The HUDs allow you to manually switch the status of your settings to 'pregnant', without having another partner involved. 

From there, you can simply roleplay how many kids, the genders, or even doctor visits if you want.

And to simulate the physical changes, you can create/edit your shape as the weeks go by, or simply buy pre-made shapes on the marketplace. :smileywink:

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