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Most of us have seen/read transgender fiction. It provides intellectual stimulation and makes us all wonder, "What would it be like if...". Fantasies abound on being coerced to become a woman or to be changed ever so slowly into a new persona. Long before the internet and downloading books, I happened upon the Sandy Thomas paperback novellas.
Transgender fiction has a rich history going back to the 1921 French story, "Frederique".
Sandy is a writer of transgender fiction that focuses on cross-dressing and "late awakenings". Most of the stories use gentle versions of forced feminization, Often the young male victim is tricked, loses a bet, or seduced into the initial dressing up, and gradually gets in touch with the girl he has been trying so hard to hide.
Often, the subject of transformation is reluctant, struggles with himself and his coach, but ultimately finds happiness as a woman. These stories are erotic, but not overly explicit in terms of sexually explicit language.
Forced feminization is a common fantasy for transgender women as well as cisgender women. Cisgender women often find they have a desire to feminize a man, especially someone who tries to act too masculine. Ironically, a transgender woman living in stealth is often too easy.
The give-away in these stories is that the objections have nothing to do with not wanting to be feminine, but rather with their fear of being recognized, being ridiculed, or not being able to "pass". This is often a give-away.
Sandy has written or published over 200 books...
|The illustrations are always spot on |
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A good and influential man that made every effort to leave the planet in a better way than he found it. We can only wish that be said of all of us.
He was very ill his last six months and took the wise course of cleaning out his collection of wigs, ball gowns, lingerie, and shoes. (Side note: Do you have a plan?) Many gowns were exquisitely beautiful, like my friend. He had a large collection of transgender fiction writing and felt it unwise to dispose of these in Palm Beach, due to his prominence.
One day, near the end, we loaded my SUV from front to back with Michelle's treasures. I could feel the sadness in her heart as we were loading. Much went to Goodwill, many magazines were tossed and I kept the paperback novellas until now.
I would love for one of my blog readers to have this complete lot. Something to read while at home! Note: The eBay buyer will remain anonymous.
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