This follows on in my post-"Warmer" fic series of PPG pictures by the talented *bbmbbf and crew.
Bubbles and Blossom are getting married - the ceremony is being performed by Ms. Bellum, so naturally she is out of view (standind behind us, in fact), and Professor Utonium is standing off to the side.
Those dresses they're wearing really are beautiful though, aren't they? And you can see from the look in their eyes that they really do love each other...unless you're too busy noticing friend Robyn's hand wandering elsewhere. In this fic-'verse, Robyn and Buttercup also got hooked up, and I decided to make Robyn the more sexually assertive one just because seeing BC getting dominated by her best friend was kinda fun! I also figured Buttercup wouldn't be up for wearing a dress, even at a wedding, hence the suit (all those frills were a compromise forced by Bubbles).
1 - Sisterly bonding
2 - A Power Puffy wedding
3 - High school prom queens
4 - Superpowers are useless
5 - Labour pains
6 - A puffy family picnic
7 - Utonium family portrait
8 - Flying lessons
9 - Super babysitting
Utonium family tree
Yeah, well some people take cartoon pics so seriously...
(Although personally, I support peoples' rights to incest IRL as well, but that's another matter entirely....)
And yep, Robyn is being naughty girl there...
Now that I said that, I'd like to say "why did you think inbreeding was a good idea"? Seriously, this can cause some "interesting" deformities and mental conditions over several generations. Personally, unless you somehow found a way for this couple to birth children, I'm glad they're lesbians because they'll need to adopt children.
Oh, and judging by the wedding "dresses", I can only assume it was really hot and humid that day (like over 100 degrees Fahrenheit).
Do I think inbreeding is a good idea? Of course I don't, it does untold damage to the genome of the offspring. Of course, gene selection at conception is a random process and it's entirely possible for an inbred child to be totally unaffected by genetic mutation, but repeated cases of inbreeding in a family line would make this almost certain.
Why did I feature inbreeding in my commission pictures? Because it's a work of fiction. I feel that fiction is a good place to do stuff that in the real world would be either/or a)not sensible, b)not legal, c)not physically possible. And in the case of inbreeding between twin sisters, I think that ticks all three of the above boxes.
As such, in my work of fiction, the magic of SCIENCE! enables the Powerpuffs to *somehow* (and I stress that word, because I never actually bothered to think the process through at all, even enough to be coherent within the contexts of the story) conceive and birth children. Their Chemical-X induced rapid healing powers even somehow manage to allow them to prevent or otherwise heal damage to the offspring's genes during pregnancy, allowing them to be entirely unaffected by all the dangers of inbreeding, but allowing small cumulative mutations (as in natural evolution) to still occur.
But yeah, long story short, I totally made this shit up.
I do not condone real-life inbreeding as it could be quite thoroughly disastrous for the unfortunate offspring. Fiction doesn't matter.
I would however also like to say that I do support those couples who choose to engage in incestuous relationships, to be allowed to do so in peace. As long as they don't try to conceive a child between themselves naturally.
Moving on...yes, their wedding dresses are quite flimsy because the Powerpuffs are actually holding their wedding on a beach somewhere on Hawaii, in the summer vacation after they graduated high school. So yeah, pretty hot weather they're having.
Then-'she's gay' with her own sister!
As to your question (thank you again for not flaming, btw ), I just felt like writing an incestuous romance story; as too often I've read such fics where one sibling cajoles or forces the other into it, I just wanted to try to write something sweeter.