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Updated every week, Seduction now consists of 7chapters and over 130 pages! Rated X for nudity and sexual situations. Adults Only!
Thor, the mighty God of Thunder, finds himself body-swapped with an 18-year-old girl. Stripped of his powers, he has no choice but to live her life, working as a barista, skateboarding and discovering BOYS!
Over 100 pages with 60+ original illustrations! Rated R for nudity and adult situations.
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Time travel. Body swapping. A murder mystery. 90s kitsch. Coming of Age? Yes, The Seven Lives of Lea has it all, and I will say right up front I loved this show and recommend it. Now, if I’m writing about it here, you know it involves gender swaps, so let me get right to the swaps.
Lea, a sad and directionless teen in 2021, finds herself jumping back in time and occupying the bodies of her parents and their associates back in 1991. Several times, she jumps into male bodies, and the show does not avoid exploring this teen girl’s curiosity over the male sexual experience. As in many modern coming of age stories, Lea’s sexual explorations are part of her growth and an over-arching theme for her as she emerges from inhibited and risk-averse to a girl willing to take chances and hazard new experiences.
There are also some other nods to gender relations, as she tries to navigate male friendship in the 80s and at one point, in a guy’s body, is appalled by his friends and their toxic masculinity. One extremely appreciated choice all the male actors made when they were Lea was that none of them went camp and did the exaggerated overly feminine acts so often in these kinds of movies. Lea, herself, was not a super feminine girly girl, and they each convincingly portrayed her in their bodies, with the actress who played Lea sometimes providing commentary and occasional visual reminders that they were “actually” a girl.
Overall, this is a first-rate production with gorgeous, romantic settings, a killer soundtrack and moving and powerful performances by the young cast. I did watch it with English overdubs, which were good, but even without their own voices, I found myself struck by the passion in the actor’s eyes and facial expressions.
The script is a lot of fun, with plenty of “I can’t believe these are my parents” moments, a la Back to The Future (if a little more kinky) and, without giving it away, the ending is a tear-jerker with Lea facing one of the most dramatic conflicts I can remember seeing.
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Just checked out Family Swap, a Freaky Friday type story only all the members of the family swap bodies. There are two gender swaps. First, the teen-age son swaps with his older sister. Then, the father swaps with his wife.
It’s a family film, so while there are a few fun gendery scenes (the teen-age son charges another kid 10 Euros to see his boobs) it’s mostly about family more so than gender. However, the father while in the wife’s body does sleep with her lover (off-screen) and he even considers running off and becoming the other man’s mans wife.
One difference between this and other such movies is that the swaps don’t stop. We are told at the end that the family keeps swapping, and we do see the father at the end swapped into the body of their 8 year old daughter.
You can rent or buy: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B09HZ8BFQW/ref=atv_yv_hom_c_unkc_1_1
Now releasing on my Patreon the story of Thor, the God of Thunder, stripped of all his powers and body swapped into an 18-year-old skater girl. How will Thor deal with being not just a girl, but the prettiest girl in all Captiva? No more slaying giants, Thor’s now fending off BOYS?
If you’ve ever wondered if it’s possible for anyone to offer anything fresh in the world of boy/girl body swaps, 30 Rojullo Preminchadam Ela, answers that question with a definitive yes. The film stands out both for the grand scope of the story (over 2 hours) as well as the commitment to storytelling. Oh, and there are also some new things in terms of the body swap evolution as well.
The film has three distinct act, each wth a different tone, which all build on each other. In the first section, we meet the young couple in the year 1947. They live in a small, country village and we see their carefree courtship amid gorgeous, golden scenery. Their loves ends in tragedy and anger.
The second act takes place in modern times. The doomed lovers have been reincarnated, and– no, they are not swapped yet. He is he and she is she. But, the bitterness and anger of their previous lives carries over, as when they meet on a college campus, there is instant recognition and revulsion. For a time, we see their characters and relationships develop. She is a serious student, a somewhat feminist and yet also dedicated to tradition. He is somewhat sexist, a jock who uses women. There is an amusing battle of the sexes dance number, made more amusing to me by the fact I know they will soon be in each other’s bodies.
So far, it seems like pretty much any body swap movie, plus dancing. And, in fact, that continues for awhile starting with a “If I were you” argument that ends up with them in each other’s bodies. There are two rules for them to get back to their own bodies. First, they can tell no one their real names. They must pretend to be each other. Second, they must return to the shrine in 30 Days.
Which is exactly when it starts to seem like this will be just another body swap movie. In fact, for a time it seems like a remake of It’s a Boy Girl Thing. How much does it resemble BG Thing? They live right next door to each other and are able to spy on each other’s hijinx. Some fun scenes include Arjoon (the guy) coming out of the shower in only a towel, and Akshara, seeing him, being horrified to realize he has “seen everything.” Arjun also immediately seems to revel in the opportunity to play the female, dressing sexy right away, flirting and seeming to revel in the attention. Akshara becomes enraged, and they begin to try and sabotage each other’s reputations (sound familiar) including some fun scenes where Jaroon, as Ashara, tries to seduce and sweet talk his old girlfriend, and later seems like he is going to sleep with his friend (a lowly nerd).
This was all fun, especially seeing Arjun wearing cute clothes and being all slutty. Yet, it is the third act where things get really interesting and which separate this film from so many others. When the 30th day comes, the characters go the shrine, but the seer who said he could switch them back has died. They are told now, that the only way to change back is to fall in love.
So, now they are stuck as each other, and their attempts to fake falling in love, including a very awkward kiss, fail. Which is when things go deep. Akshkara’s sister goes into labor. Since her husband is out of town, Arjun ends up being forced to be with her as she gives birth, holding her hand, telling her to breath. He does not want to do it, and we see that, in fact, Akshkara, in his body, is told to leave the room as it is considered improper for a man to be in the room.
The baby is handed to Arjun to hold, and as he holds the newborn baby, the doctor who delivered it tells him, “there were two births today.” She goes on to explain that when a woman has her first baby, she is reborn as a mother.
The experience jolts Arjun, who has previously stated he hates girls. He thinks of how cruel and unloving he has been to his own mother. Tears running down his cheeks, he runs through the rain to throw his arms around his mother and tell her how much he loves her.
Arjun is transformed. Now identifying with his mother, he has another tearful encounter with Akshara. She asks him why he is crying like a girl. “I am Akshara now,” he says, and they shake hands. Jarun now dedicates himself to becoming Akshara. He dresses like her, acts like her. We see the two of them hanging out doing date things much like they did in their past lives, and Arjun is sweet and feminine. His transformation seems complete to the point that at one point he yells “I need my sister!” Referring to Ashkara’s sister, the one who had the baby.
And we do get to see Arjun in formal dress, fully made up, looking radiant and proud when Ashkara, still in his body gazes at him in wonder.
The story climaxes when Akshara, trying to be Arjun, attempts to fight as a kick boxer. We see Arjun, the frought and worried female, running about in his dress, trying to end the fight the fight before Ashkara gets hurt. She, determined to play his role, refuses to stop though she is being badly beaten.
And what happens next is—- you’ll have to watch the movie!
One final note. I thought the main two actors did very well, especially as they performed in three different styles. Both played the light comedy nicely, but also tremendous emotion for the dramatic scenes. I also liked the script very much, as so much of what happens early builds to dramatic impact when we see what happens later.
The new book is out! This one is unusual for me as it is a collection of short stories that run through a variety of horror sub-genres and classic TG tropes such as the infamous cross-dressing Halloween party. There are ghosts and haunted mansions, mysterious kicks in the belly, and menacing phantoms. It was fun to write and I’m betting it will be fun to read! I want to thank all my Patrons on Patreon for their support which helps me keep on making TG artwork!
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In the spirit of Halloween ( best holiday ever) I am sharing reviews/details on two gender bender horror films. The first is an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s The Thing on the Doorstep. If you are not familiar with the Lovecraft story, it features a woman named Asenath who swaps bodies with a man, eventually taking over his life, leaving him to be her. The movie (available on Amazon) features that central idea, but has many variations. Now, let me say right up front, it ain’t great. The actors often seem as if they are just reciting lines like soulless robots. But, it does have some fun body swap moments including the couple having sex as each other.
I felt it was worth watching. Once. I tried to watch it again and couldn’t sit through it. That probably doesn’t sound great, but, seriously, if you are into body swaps and horror, it’s worth that one watch.
The second entry is based on a story called “Chocolate” in a book called “Hot Blood,” which also featured a really great MTF body theft story. In this film, as in the story, a man gains a psychic connection with a woman he has never met, and begins to feel everything she feels both in terms of emotions and physical sensations. All of which becomes very awkward for him when she decides to have sex. It can be found on Plex as part of the masters of Horror series. I couldn’t get a link to the actual movie, but it is in there under Masters of Horror, Season One.
You might also want to check out the book. There are editions as cheap as 3 dollars!
Happy viewing, and how about checking out my Patreon? In addition to the concluding chapters of my body swap novel Carrolwood, October will feature special Halloween TG Gifs as well as an exclusive Gender Swap horror story!