You remember those old Choose Your Own Adventure books? Well, Changemont is kind of like that, but with a twist: you choose the changes. Throughout the story, you will get to decide how the character gets feminized. I think it is a really fun story, with a total of over 24,000 words of possibility! Check it out for some awesome fun!
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Now FREE on Amazon Prime, a new body swap comedy with well-developed characters who delve deep into their relationship issues via a magical body swap. Now, to get right into the TG elements we all love so much– yes, the man in his wife’s body has to experience the things that women go through– make-up, heels, hosting a bachelorette party– and much of this is played as broad comedy. It is fun, and the actors do a great job embodying their roles!
Where the film goes deeper than most broad comedy body swap comedies is in the exploring of the relationships not only between the husband and wife, but their two teen-age children as well. The relationship between the married couple is terrible as the film starts and heading toward divorce, but it isn’t the same old same old. The wife, a successful executive, resents her husband for embracing what she sees as a career of mediocrity while also being the “fun” parent the kids like. She meanwhile is stuck being the major bread winner and the tough Mom. The father, meanwhile, questions whether his wife even loves him and, true to male type, is not a good listener. When they argue, which they do a LOT and LOUD, we see how it impacts their kids. and it is not good.
As they experience life in each other’s bodies, they start to learn about each other, coming to understand not just their partner, but they also learn things about themselves. All of this unfolds gradually and artfully throughout the movie. Again, super well-acted and very moving in certain scenes.
Oh, and back to the TG elements, we do get to see the guy gradually accepting a female role learning to do make-up, helping his daughter deal with feminine issues, and even, spoiler alert– deciding to see what it’s like in the sack! I won’t tell you how that turns out, but this is a good movie worth watching! Oh, and just a as bonus, once he starts getting used to dresses, heels and make-up, the guy is super hot!
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He lifted me off my feet, kicking, and threw me onto the bed. “You’re being a very bad girl, Conan!” He shouted. “Time for me to teach you some manners!”
“I’d like to see you try!” I screamed.
And then he grabbed a whip from a hook in the wall, and snapped it against the floor.
My mouth went dry as I stared at the braided coils of the bullwhip. “No! I’m a man….” I whispered, my voice hoarse. “Please. I’m … I am … Conan….“
Havok grinned and came at me. I screamed.
Conan: Lost Manhood
Conan the Warrior, Conan the King, Conan the Maiden! Yes, a once mighty warrior and ruler of men has found himself transformed into a woman and stands naked before not only the man who has defeated him, but his wife. So begins a journey of humiliation and degradation for our hero as he struggles to come to terms with his new station in life– as well as terrifying new needs!
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An elderly billionaire finds himself trapped in the body of a beautiful young Caribbean girl, living and working as his wife’s maid.
A man allows himself to be feminized in order to pass as a woman and infiltrate a mysterious and diabolical mega-corporation.
A couple is cursed by a witch on Halloween, so that each time they have sex the man becomes more feminine.
These plot lines come from the books of one of my favorite TG authors, Tom Tame.
What I like about Tame’s books first and foremost is that they are always plot-driven. These are stories in which TG is a major element, but they are stories where the characters have goals, conflicts, developed personalities, and in which the stories advance and progress which each scene.
They all explore gender and identity. The characters struggle with what is happening to them and what it means about who they are and how they fit into the world, and the people around them struggle with the changes as well.
In Little Brown Girl, for example, the main character is a very rich and powerful alpha male type who not only finds himself suddenly female, but a penniless female totally dependent on his ex-wife, and powerless to stand up to her when she pushes him into serving her as her maid. The books very patiently explores how his new sex and newly disenfranchised state impact him mentally, as he finds himself browbeaten by people who he used to believe were beneath him. The physical change is very fast, but the mental changes come very slowly as he struggles against biology and society.
In Pinsedo, where the private investigator agrees to be feminized, we see a similar exploration of identity as the main character sinks deeper and deeper into his role, and the man who was once pretending to be a woman more and more becomes the act. It’s an interesting exploration of how the masks we wear come become our faces, and of course a thrill to watch as he begins to find himself thinking like and having the same needs as the young female he pretends to be.
And then Femmer is a wholly different story altogether, and the variety of Tame’s work also interests me as I don’t feel like I am reading the same story over and over again, but different stories with different characters experiencing the results of gender changes. In Femmer, one of the intriguing things is the way the male character becomes trapped not only in a female shape, but trapped by his own ultra feminine passivity.
That’s a quick survey of a few of Tame’s works, which can be found at Amazon and elsewhere. My only complaint with this author is that I want more! Get typing, Tom Tame! The world needs your stories!
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Hey, folks. I want to bring your dreams to life! Seriously. I have recently had the pleasure of creating three different stories on commission, and I have enjoyed the experience so much that I have decided to make commissioned stories a regular part of my writing practice.
Do you have certain dreams or fantasies you would love to see brought to life in the form of a short story or novella? A plot you would love to see explored? Please allow me!
Here’s how it would work. You would sketch out the plot and characters as well as the preferred length. This can be as detailed or as abstract as you prefer. One of my collaborators wrote down a plot point by plot point synopsis with very specific scene requests. Another just offered a couple sentences. Both projects were a blast and turned out great!
Once I understand what you are looking for, I would then write out the story and send it to you for your thoughts, feedback and/or approval. I would then revise as necessary based on any additional ideas or requests you have, and then you would have your story.
Right now, I would charge 5 cents a word and request the rights to distribute the story with you sharing in the author credit. If you prefer to remain anonymous or would like a story just for your private enjoyment, we can work that out as well.
Now, my specialty is, of course, stories exploring gender identity in which characters experience sex-changes of various kinds. I am only interested right in writing stories that fall into the TG or genderfluid category. I do have some things I am reluctant or unwilling to write about in this realm, but if you have any thoughts or ideas message me. I will entertain your pitch without judgement. I will only decline story ideas if I feel I am not going to be able to enthusiastically and passionately bring your vision to life!
Hope to hear from you! firstname.lastname@example.org
So, I found myself considering a proposal to create something new: an illustrated TG story.
SteeleBlazer, proprietor of the fantastic Mighty Female Muscle Comix website, who also maintains an excellent site on Deviant Art, started it off with an email proposing that we collaborate. He wanted us to create a story together, working out the details of the plot and characters, and he would offer suggestions and tweaks and edits, then add pictures. I thought– hell no.
My reaction had nothing to do with SteeleBlazer. I had a previous unpleasant experience with a potential collaborator that made me very reluctant to even think about working with someone.
Besides, I enjoyed the autonomy writing and self-publishing my books gave me. I wrote what I wanted, how I wanted, when I wanted. Why change that?
And yet, the idea intrigued me, and I thought – maybe it is time? Maybe I should give this another chance? So I sent an email, and the two of us laid out some things and got some clarity established as to how this project would work. Between my previous unpleasant experience and my discussions with SteeleBlazer I had read Twyla Tharp’s book about collaboration, and I had realized that for it to work there needed to be clear understanding of how we would work together before either of us committed. We established that, and then….
Disaster! The worst experience of my life!
Not really! Actually, I have had one of the best creative experiences of my life, and I am so happy we worked together and created a really special project which I think is going to be called Lift Like A Girl.
It takes place in a small town in Iowa, and follows the lives of some typical high-school kids as something strange begins to happen: the girls all start to get really big and strong, while the boys struggle to maintain muscle and find themselves getting smaller.
For both SteeleBlazer and I, the story is very much about what happens to the minds of the characters as their bodies change, and the ways it impacts how characters see themselves and interact with others as males become the weaker sex. It explores how high-school dynamics might change in such a world, and it was loads of fun to create! We look at the changes from a variety of perspectives. Esther, seen above, is a mousy intellectual nerd with a crush on a star athlete. Mallory is a pretty, popular girl who is all about fashion and trends:
And Kat is a gloomy goth-chick:
We also see the world through the eyes of Derek, the stud jock Alpha Male of the school and Jack, a member of the swim team.
This story is a true collaboration, and I feel a seamless melding of our respective visions to create something that is certainly different from anything I have written before in a variety of sometimes nuanced ways. I don’t want to give away too much away, but I had so much fun writing this, and I have to say that even days after completing the story I can’t stop thinking about these characters as they pop up in my dreams, while I am driving, eating… all the time!
It’ll be available soon!