When you're already accustomed to being dressed like a slut, and have already sucked two of your coworkers to orgasm (one of whom was so excited, he c...moreWhen you're already accustomed to being dressed like a slut, and have already sucked two of your coworkers to orgasm (one of whom was so excited, he came on your face before you could even open your mouth), where does a Mistress take you next? Well, if you're Trixie, what's next involves not only getting dressed up like a hooker, but stepping out into the street and earning those heels.
Yes, in Friday Night 2: Trixie, Paul Zante pushes his eager sissy beyond his limits, putting Trixie in an extremely uncomfortable, yet undeniably sexy predicament. Before we get there, however, there's a whole opening sub-plot about Trixie's outfit not coming with panties. It seems Mistress Claire is going to generously share her own, but only once her slut teases the wet, cum-soaked material from deep inside her well-used sex. That, I must say, is one of the sexiest, juiciest scenes I have read in quite some time!
In a nice, realistic sort of twist, Zante ensures his sissy is never in any real danger, and has all the coaching he needs, thanks to a pair of glasses rigged with a camera, microphone, and speakers. His Mistress can watch his every move, hear his every word, and speak to him like a sexy, domineering conscience. Watching Trixie fumble through his first pick-up attempts at the bar is delightful, and you can't help but share in the nervous anticipation as he drags his first john out back for a blowjob behind the dumpster.
Not content to leave it there, Zante concludes the story with a brief third arc in which Trixie returns home to his Mistress, unsettled and uncertain about the whole scenario. He's scared, he's feeling guilty, and he's having a hard time acknowledging his feelings. Being able to see Mistress Claire so deftly expose the true sissy inside, forcing him to confront the fact that he really did enjoy it, provides the story with a truly happy ending.
If you've been following along with my reviews, the you know how much I've been enjoying Lyka Bloom's Tales of the Institute series. It really is one...moreIf you've been following along with my reviews, the you know how much I've been enjoying Lyka Bloom's Tales of the Institute series. It really is one of the most stunning and imaginative pieces of transgender erotica out there, stunningly detailed, and clearly written with an intimate appreciation for the subjects of female domination and (sometimes forced) feminization.
You likely also know that the story has been taking something of a darker turn, with the luscious Lady B moving farther and farther away from helping sissies and shemales find themselves, and deeper and deeper into forcing men and women to adopt the roles her fetishes she demands. She crossed a dangerous line last time out, converting a police detective into a wanton bimbo slut, and now must deal with a partner who is convinced she had something to do with the detective's sudden disappearance.
I really like the way Bloom developed the story of Pink Evolution, book 5 in the series, with Lady B's plan for dealing with Detective Dawes starting out almost innocently, altering subtly, and then taking a radical turn to suit her own whims. You can literally see the moment where her lust gets the best of her, and where her good intentions are overcome by wanton desires. What's more, for the first time in the series, a submissive challenges her, suggesting that she has gone too far, setting up what is sure to be an explosive next chapter.
As has been the case with the first four chapters, this a sexy, sensual, imaginative romp. The complimentary transformations of Detective Dawes and his wife are wonderfully portrayed, evolving as much through word play and emotion as through any sort of physical submission. We don't encounter anything new in terms of locations or techniques, but that's fine because we already understand how Lady B's empire works. I must say, the final confrontation genuinely shocked me, and leaves me really excited to see how the story develops next.
In Taken by a Girl Gang we learned what happens when a proud young businessman makes the fatal mistake of verbally lashing out at the local all-girl g...moreIn Taken by a Girl Gang we learned what happens when a proud young businessman makes the fatal mistake of verbally lashing out at the local all-girl gang when he should have just averted his eyes, ducked his head, and ignored them.
With Cuckolded by a Girl Gang, Kylie Gable picks up after poor Wesley's humiliating total feminization and explores the ongoing consequences of that original ill-timed outburst. Not only do we get to see what further delights the gang have planned for him, but we slowly learn just what role the people closest to him have to play in his fate - and there are definitely some surprises there!
I loved the continued evolution of Wesley's relationship with his secretary, and thought her rise to business prominence was well-played. I would have liked to see more reaction from his wife, even if was just to tease him and string him along, but the final revelation of how she deals with the situation is fitting. I won't say more on that, but this is, after all, a story about being Cuckolded by a Girl Gang.
If you came away from the first book thinking Wesley got off lucky, then rest assured he is pushed well beyond his limits here. His makeover at the nail and hair salon run bun Lizette's sister is a lot of fun, but it's when he's delivered to the Toro Loco Motorcycle Gang as a gratuity that things get sloppy and intense. Once again, Gable presents us with a fantasy that's dark and sometimes violent, often more humiliating than erotic, but it's an exciting tale. Personally, I would have loved a tidy, humiliatingly happy sort of epilogue, but I'm not sure Wesley ever will adjust to his new role . . . and that's just fine.
Last Spring I had the great pleasure of getting an advance look at dr.a.g. from Christopher Logan, chatting with him about it, and featuring it in an...moreLast Spring I had the great pleasure of getting an advance look at dr.a.g. from Christopher Logan, chatting with him about it, and featuring it in an issue of Frock Magazine. Unfortunately, by the time we went to print, the parent company of the original publisher went into bankruptcy, which meant the book was no longer available.
Well, here we are, a little more than a year later, and a new edition of the dr.a.g. book has been published by Logan’s company bookthefilm, and enhanced with additional material from Acid Betty, Yara Sofia, and Queen Bee Ho.
Produced by Christopher Logan, dr.a.g. is a coffee table book featuring some of the world’s top drag performers, as captured by a wide array of fashion and celebrity photographers. It’s a project where everyone involved donated their time, all to help to raise funds for a movie on the subject of . . . yup, you guessed it, drag! From the New York drag scene to the Vegas Strip, from the streets of Montreal to the cast of RuPaul's Drag Race, dr.a.g. features such notable faces as Lady Bunny, Frank Marino, Nina Flowers, Miss Coco Peru, and others.
Christopher Logan, the man behind the book, is an actor whose credits include Connie and Carla, Saving Silverman, Tron Legacy, and Alcatraz. Born in Ottawa, he moved to Vancouver after training at The Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Hollywood. He got into producing books after writing a novel as a gift for a friend (Daphne, a children’s book about penguins, the last magical creatures of the Earth), and moved on to producing events and books to raise funding for independent film production.
Although primarily a photographic collection, the book begins with a recap of the historical origins of dr.a.g (dressed as a girl) and dr.a.b. (dressed as a boy) - originating with the old British farces, where men would flop and drag their dresses around the stage, camping it up in high-pitched voices in a sort of mockery of women. The terms later evolved through an underground dialect called Polari, a sort of gay slang in the United Kingdom with its origins in travelling Gypsy, into drag queen.
dr.a.g. is an absolutely gorgeous book all on its own, but there’s a larger purpose behind it. The hope is to produce a drag movie that is as beautiful, as respectful, and as uplifting as the book. There's a great range of styles represented within the book, from campy to elegant, and from funny to gorgeous, representing the diversity within the drag world itself.
We've all been there at least once in our lives, walking or driving down a dangerous street, and all too aware of the unsafe or unsavory people loiter...moreWe've all been there at least once in our lives, walking or driving down a dangerous street, and all too aware of the unsafe or unsavory people loitering around us. For the most part, we're smart enough to keep our heads down and our eyes averted, either ignoring the catcalls or politely waving them off with an awkward smile. Sadly, poor Wesley lacks that common sense and lets himself verbally lash out at the all-girl gang that claims the viaduct between home and the bus stop.
The process of being Taken by a Girl Gang starts the very next morning, as one of the girls lays him out with a punch, then applies some bright red lipstick before sending him on his way. From there, Kylie Gable slowly escalates both the level of torment and the degree of feminization, until Wesley is being forced into his wife's sluttiest lingerie (while she watches), and commanded to take some incriminating selfies (at the office) prove his obedience. Finally armed with a little liquid courage, he makes a lame attempt at confronting the girls, only to find himself tarted up and pegged with the very same golf club he intended to use as a weapon.
This first chapter is a relatively short tale, but does a fantastic job of setting things up for bigger, better, bitchier abuse. It's dark and sometimes violent, more humiliating than erotic, but has undeniable appeal. It's an edgy sort of forced feminization fantasy, but it's that edge that makes it so exciting.
This was a fun, sexy little story. I really wish it had been longer (although I'm excited to know the series continues), but I quite enjoyed this firs...moreThis was a fun, sexy little story. I really wish it had been longer (although I'm excited to know the series continues), but I quite enjoyed this first chapter. Boyfriend's coming out is handled very well, and even if his decision to take his girlfriend to a swinging sex club is a bit of a leap, who can complain about a girl getting to watch her boy take a little dick.(less)
While mere chastity and humiliation really isn't my thing, and I was hoping Sabrina Jen Mountford might push things a little bit further, there's no d...moreWhile mere chastity and humiliation really isn't my thing, and I was hoping Sabrina Jen Mountford might push things a little bit further, there's no doubt that The Male Bridesmaid was really quite a clever read.
Gary and his wife are stalled in a loving, but nearly sexless marriage, and his addiction to Kindle erotica isn't really helping things. When she discovers his secret fetishes, it forces a conversation that's as intellectually fascinating as it is emotionally embarrassing. Mountford does a good job of exploring how a couple deals with long-buried secrets, and how they approach even the idea of breaking their own taboos and experimenting which each other's.
It's also really interesting to watch a man gets precisely what he wants (chastity and forced feminization), and to have to deal with his fantasy becoming a reality. There's a lot of uncertainty and reluctance involved, as well as the frustration that arises from not being able to put the fantasy on pause. Alison is a fantastic character, a wife who only seems to be reluctantly playing along with her husband, determined to cure him of his perversions by so completely immersing him in them. She comes to enjoy both the power and the pleasure, however, and it turns out her motives are entirely so pure.
The titular scene in which Gary is forced to serve as a bridesmaid for his sister-in-law's wedding is fun, but it's the climactic scene in which Gary and Alison strip down after their own wedding to reveal matching bridal lingerie that I found most delicious.
More sensual than erotic, The Male Bridesmaid is a story that really gets inside your head and makes you think about being careful what we wish for. I quite enjoyed it.