THIS STORY CONTAINS VOYEURISM AND SOFTCORE SCAT EROTICISM
Each pony of the main 6 pays a visit to her own bathroom, unaware that she is being watched. Who could have set up these strange, tiny cameras that hide in the bowls of their toilets? Who even cares?
THIS STORY CONTAINS MILD SCAT EROTICISM
A certain pegasus spends a day with a new friend, but something goes horribly wrong. Fluttershy finds herself on the verge of messing herself outside the bathroom, occupied by her visitor.
Oh, and she wears underwear the entire time.
THIS STORY CONTAINS SOFTCORE SCAT EROTICISM!
Eager to leave for a concert, Octavia forgets to use the bathroom. Of course, this story being the kind of story it is, this soon comes back to bite her. Unknown to the audience - at least, not yet - Octavia suddenly finds herself desperately holding back her waste in the middle of the performance. Her body has given her an ultimatum in which only one thing can go down the metaphorical toilet - her stool, or her career.
Fluttershy isn't a very daring pony, nor is she around other ponies often. However, she has a certain craving that requires her to be both. As the urge gets too strong, goes as far as she never thought she would, with a cafe as her stage and its guests as her audience.
A small clop piece, made to explore certain kinks a bit. Contains futa.
It was rare for Fluttershy to miss a spa appointment. It was even rarer for her to miss one without saying a word. As exactly that happens, Rarity decides to see why she stays away.
When it turns out that Fluttershy has a problem with a special part of her body and she is unable to solve it on her own, Rarity takes the matter into her own hooves.
Before the Crystal Alicorn blew their amulets into sparkly shards, the Sirens received a painful shot to the heart during the Battle of the Bands.
They're fully human now, with no access to magic to heal the damage caused by the Rainbooms' spells. But Rarity, Fluttershy, and Sunset Shimmer aren't about to ignore their plight.
A robot assistant. Strong, efficient, and happy to follow any command you give it, making your life a whole lot easier. That's what Twilight Sparkle thought when she purchased Valiant, a robot personal assistant, from an advertisement she found in a magazine. Little does she know, her new "assistant's" list of functions don't include sorting books, or dusting shelves. In fact, it isn't until her friends tell her exactly what it is that she purchased that Twilight realizes that she has made one of the biggest blunders of her life. Or has she?