“Congratulations and welcome dear winners, for the next couple of days you will enjoy the pleasures and beauty of this island, but wait, there’s a twist…. Every single inhabitant of this island will try to feminize you and if they succeed they will become your masters, that’s right, you will no longer be able to escape. There’s only one way out, if you find the exit ticket you will be able to leave whenever you want, except if you have already been feminized he he he, good luck to everybody”
The crowd stands quiet, confused and surprise.
What will you do?
At a window overlooking the street I observed the movement of the silhouette through the camera of a fly-sized drone, and no matter how hard I had tried, I couldn’t pin down his or her face. Such silhouette was witnessed to be associated with a few disappearances in which he (let me stick with that) pulled someone into the alley or any covered space, and the victims disappeared, only for the limousine to be driven away later without the silhouette returning. There was no pattern of the victims, except that they were all male. They ra
I like dancing and clubbing, you know i like to have fun
I like to wear costumes
I like luxurious staff
Rock n roll baby
I like to buy clothes
Stew was a typical guy. Video games, music, most generic things people enjoy doing. Bored on his computer one day he checked his email. He noticed one that stuck out, with the subject "Change things up!" With his curiosity spiked, he clicked to find a questionnaire on it. Bored enough, he decided to answer the questions for fun and send it over. He looked over it noticing it to be a rather strange one involving being a girl. He still went through with it and printed it out to answer it.
Question 1: If you were a girl... would your handwriting be nice?
"Yes, I'd only write cursive" Stew wrote, not noticing his fingers becoming elegant and dainty with his arms becoming slender and losing muscle.
Question 2: If you were a girl... would you like pink?
"Yes, but it's not my favorite color." he wrote, as his legs lost muscle and took on feminine proportions, as he wrote exclusive in cursive and neater.