Saturday, October 31, 2015

Survey: What Stories Do You Want Continued?--Results

Here are the results from October:

And the stories for the November survey:

Her Favorite Charity
Teen Trance
Reluctant Cheerleader
Petticoating the Client

You'll have until November 30 to vote in the survey to the right.

Rent-a-Sissy 6

You have until the end of today to respond to the current survey (details here)!

Friday, October 30, 2015

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Marriage of Belle Bottom


Vera Demanden knew she couldn't use a hypnotherapist to transform her newly arrived nephew...a second one disappearing or dying would surely arouse suspicion. But she found a computer virus that would do the job. She secretly installed it on all Bill's devices--his desktop computer, his laptop, his tablet, even his that anytime he used them his mind would be subjected to its feminizing influence.

It was not as quick as the hypnotic control she had exerted on her immediate family, but over time she noticed subtle changes in Bill's behavior. He began to sit with his knees tightly together, ankles crossed. His walk changed from a confident stride to a mince. Then came the fateful day, three weeks after his arrival: Bill came to her with a magazine in his hand. "Please, Auntie, can I get a makeover to look like this?"

It was the cover of Seventeen...and it pictured a lovely young girl with curls and delicate makeup. "You really want this, Billy?" she asked.

"Oh, yes, Auntie Vera," he simpered. "I'd fit in so much better around here that way...."

"Very well, Billy," she said, smiling. "I know a place where we can get it done."

Two towns over, Vera had discovered Angela's salon...and Angela, who delighted in making boys look like girls. She had often had her maid-husband and sissy sons there for new looks. She immediately called for an appoinment.

"You're sure he's ready?" Angela asked when Vera requested a date.

"He came to me with a magazine cover he wants to look like," Vera replied.

"Oh, then he'll be putty in my you want the subliminals used?"

"Why not? Might as well push things along a little."

Two days later, Vera escorted Bill into the salon and introduced him. "Angela, this is Bill, who wants to look like a girl."

"Oh, he's so pretty already, he's going to make a beautiful girl," Angela cooed, as she turned his head this way and that. "In fact, why don't we make that his new name? Belle--it means beautiful in French!"

She led the boy deeper into the salon and sat him in one of the styling chairs. "You just sit here, Belle, and we'll make you so cute you won't be able to stand it!" She paused and covered the mirror. "But I want your new look to be a total surprise for let's make sure you can't see any of it until we're done!"

Angela turned to Vera and whispered. "Blonde, right? And a permanent? Eyebrows trimmed? A full makeup job?" Vera nodded her assent to it all. "And, of course, the subliminals fed into her while she sits under the dryer..."

"I'm going to go and find some suitable clothes for our Belle," Vera said aloud. "I'll be back to see her in about an hour."

With that, the transformation began. After washing Bill's mousy hair, Angela lightened it two shades to a honey blonde. Then she rolled it onto curlers and doused it with permanent solution. "Whew! That really smells," Bill exclaimed.

"One of the prices of beauty," Angela explained, "but you're going to love the result." She rolled over one of the helmet-like dryers and settled it over his head. "You'll hear some music as the dryer works," she continued. "Don't be surprised if it makes you sleepy."

Indeed, in a short time, Bill was dozing under the dryer as the subliminal messages in the music penetrated his mind:

You are are a pretty were never a boy...

Those and similar ideas floated through his head for 30 minutes. As they faded, he awoke and Angela removed the dryer. "OK, Belle, we'll let the curlers sit for a bit while I do your face. Must feel funny for a boy to get all made-up, huh?"

"What do you mean, Miss Angela?" Bill protested. "I'm not a boy, I'm a girl!"

"But didn't you used to be a boy?" Angela pressed.

"Never!" he insisted.

When Vera returned, she found the newly created Belle with a head full of golden curls, arched eyebrows, and a sweetly smiling pair of ruby lips. "Oh, she's gorgeous, Angela!" Vera cried. "And I have the perfect outfit for her trip home."

The outfit, once Belle was in it, was perhaps more suited to a girl of 12 than a young women of 17...but Belle was enraptured by its petticoats, lace and frills. She minced nicely on the patent leather mary-janes with three-inch heels.

"We'll get you into more grown-up clothes eventually, Belle dearest," her aunt explained on the way home. Once we have the rest of your life planned out, she thought.


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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

October Dressing 15--Dinner Date

Here's a lovely dress that's just perfect for a dinner date with Mistress...right?

The aqua dress is by Apt. 9, bought at Kohl's in May 2013; the shoes are John Romaine "Tina" taupe sandals from Shoe Dept. in July 2015. Other accessories are a pastel bow, silver jewelry, and dark natural hose.

A couple of portraits again:

That concludes dressing in October...not sure when the next chance will come; the continuation of "Belle Bottom" soon; and in the meantime, you have until Saturday to vote in the story survey (details here).

Monday, October 26, 2015

October Dressing 14--More Legs

Couldn't think of what else describes this outfit.

The blue striped blouse is by Lineage, bought at K & G in September 2013; the red skirt is from Kohl's Simply Vera Wang line in April 2013; the shoes are Mossimo "Velda" red baby-doll oxford pumps from Target in August 2008. Other accessories are a red bow, gold jewelry, gold belt, and blue hose.

A couple more portraits, concluding by blowing you all a kiss:

One more outfit to come; the continuation of "Belle Bottom" soon; and in the meantime, you have until Saturday to vote in the story survey (details here).

Sunday, October 25, 2015

October Dressing 13--Pink and Blue

Pink and blue--what better combination for a girl who's really a boy?

The pink blouse with crystal trim is from Kmart's Jaclyn Smith line in September 2012; the blue pencil skirt is by UK2LA, bought at Annie Sez in February 2015; the shoes are Fioni fuchsia pink pumps from Payless in January 2009. Other accessories are a pink bow, crystal jewelry, and pink net hose.

A couple of portraits again:

Two more outfits to come; the continuation of "Belle Bottom" soon; and in the meantime, you have one week left to vote in the story survey (details here).

Saturday, October 24, 2015

October Dressing 12--Sweater Girl

It's fall--time for sweaters, right?

The blue twinset is by Sag Harbor, found in a thrift shop in November 2012; the black pencil skirt is by Fashion Bug from February 2011; the shoes are Fioni "In the Mix" navy felt peep-toe pumps, from Payless in February 2011. Other accessories are the blue cloche, silver jewelry, and black hose.

A couple of portraits:

More outfits to come; the continuation of "Belle Bottom" soon; and in the meantime, be sure to vote in the story survey (details here).

Friday, October 23, 2015

The Marriage of Belle Bottom

[This didn't start out as a sequel to the immediately preceding story of the Demanden family, but as I worked it out, it just went in that direction.]


The justice of the peace had to admit this was one of the strangest weddings he had ever officiated at...and he had done some odd ones--including the one where the groom was led away in handcuffs almost before the "I dos" were said.

As a starter, there seemed to be no men in the bridal party. The bride's attendants were three lovely young women all in floor-length red gowns. They carried no flowers. The groom's attendants were three pretty girls in pink knee-length dresses with petticoats and perched on pink shoes with five-inch heels. They did have big pink bouquets. On second thought, maybe they aren't girls, he thought. They're all quite tall...and the one in the middle seems to have a prominent Adam's apple.

The bride was already waiting at the front of the hall, clad in a white satin skirt suit.

At that moment, the organist struck up the wedding march...and the congregation rose. Come to think of it, I don't see a single male there, either, he mused.

The doors at the end of the aisle opened and two figures appeared. One was a handsome middle-aged woman in a form-fitting leather suit. The other was the groom, he supposed. But a groom wearing a traditional white bridal gown. The two came down the aisle together. The gown-clad one kissed the other and took up a place by the side of the bride.

"Who gives this man to this woman?" the justice said, reading the surprising text of the ceremony he'd been given.

"I do," the leather-suited woman said. "His aunt, Vera Demanden."

As she spoke, the groom's thoughts went back to his first meeting with his aunt. It was one year ago--his parents had died and he, Bill Borden, only 17, moved in with his somewhat eccentric aunt and her family. And what an odd family it was--there was the maid, Madelyne, who seemed to be his aunt's submissive lover as well. There were her children--Heather, who seemed to almost always wear just lingerie...and had a substantial bulge in her panties...and was always murmuring something about "obedience" and "pleasure." And then there was Stuart--always called Sissy Stuart--who dressed in a strange combination of male and female clothes and had his hair frosted and permed.

He had no idea what was in store for himself.

His mind came back to the present. The justice said, "I pronounce you married." His now-wife took him in her arms, and thrust her tongue deep into his mouth. Then she snapped a pair of handcuffs to his wrists, turned him around and led him up the aisle.

As she did, the justice admired the groom's ample rear. If that's a male ass, I'm amazed, he thought. No wonder they named her Belle Bottom.


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Saturday, October 17, 2015

Friday, October 16, 2015

October Dressing 11--Gotta Whole Lotta Leg

Didn't know how else to describe this very leggy ensemble:

The yellow striped t-shirt is from Kmart's Jaclyn Smith line in April 2015; the white skirt is by New York & Co., bought at Forman Mills in June 2013; the shoes are Predictions Comfort Plus "Janine" yellow patent pumps, from Payless in May 2015. Other accessories are a white floral headband, black-and-white jewelry, and natural hose.

Here's a couple of portraits:

Next dressing is scheduled for October 23; some art in between; in the meantime. be sure to vote in the story survey (details here).