Saturday, June 17, 2017

From Step Brother to Sissy

One of the things that Claudia has been after me about for awhile is to write simpler stories. I agreed with her, but I also like to challenge myself--whether it's my cheerleading Goodfellas homage in Property of the Cheerleaders or my feminizing vigilante The Jaguar, I love to write more creative and unusual stories too.

From Step Brother to Sissy is a simple story.  The story focuses on one boy and his step sister who has had enough of him and constructs a plan to trap him so that her friends and she can have great fun at his expense. They put him through humiliation after humiliation one evening when the kids have the place to themselves because their parents are out of town.

This is actually a two part story and the conclusion from Step Brother to French Maid is all written, edited, and will be out on June 23rd. I've done a few two part stories before and this was never expected to be two parts, but I just couldn't stop thinking of wicked things for the girls to do to our hapless hero.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Private School Passions
The elephant in the room...

One thing that always causes issues for writers of forced feminization erotica, is that for a lot of guys being a sex slave for a half dozen horny cheerleaders may not seem that unpleasant or at the very least might have some fringe benefits worth the annoyance of shaving your legs every morning.

In the Private School series, I try to tackle this head on.  Yes, there is potential for sexual satisfaction in the situation, but Chase still doesn't think it's a great deal for having to spend the next year of his life convincing everybody that he's Hayley. Chelsea might be one of the sexiest women he's ever laid eyes on, but still doesn't think being tied to a bed and pegged is his idea of a fun night under the sheets.

In Private School Passions, Chase gets to know Reina. The quite girl is actually turned on by his dressing and when she sees him passing on campus, it's almost too much for her. When they come back to the dorm room after English lit, this book gets steamy.  Of course, it's also not without many humiliations for our hero(ine) along the way.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Wonder Woman Movie Review

I really loved this movie and to some degree, I'm not quite sure why.  I mean I know it was a great action movie, but it was more powerful than that.  A lot of people seemed to feel that way.  I couldn't help but marvel at the scene on the beach where the Amazons fought the Nazis and the scene where Diana goes into no man's land.  Both scenes felt like something new and I suppose the beach scene was, but there have been amazing action heroines going back at least as far as Emma Peel.  Still, I really felt like I was seeing something for the first time and that's great considering how many superhero movies there have been this decade. It's awesome to see such a powerful kick ass woman.

The acting was great.  Gal Godot was perfect as Wonder Woman, while I really liked Robin Wright as Antiope was pretty brilliant as well. I have just binged House of Cards Season 5 and so it was fun to see her in a different role. All in all a great four and a half star film.

One thing struck me about my own writing while watching the movie.  A lot of superheroines have dark origins. Superheroes were being deconstructed very shortly after women began appearing in more comics. They recovered from rape or the murder of their children rather than Superman just doing what he does because he could and it's the right thing to do.  This Wonder Woman comes to man's world for that very reason.

When I created the Jaguar, my origin plans for her were a lot like Veronica Mars.  I had even started writing the origin story beginning with her in the shower after just being gang raped. Then I thought about it more and it didn't work for me. It was too dark for her method of payback.  You raped me, so now you have to wear makeup?  No.  This side effect of this change is that she became somebody with the skills to do something about a bad situation and the type of hero to use those skills.  She becomes the Jaguar to help her friends and I'm pretty proud of that.

"So, you're going to do this again?"
"I'm not going out and taking on a serial killer or the mob, but if I can help out other women who may be getting the short end of the stick, then I'm going to go for it."
"That's actually kind of cool," said Mae. "The Jaguar strikes again."