Thursday, September 22, 2016

Sally Bend, Author and Reviewer of TG erotica

Kella Z. Driel has interviewed Sally Bend, author and reviewer of transgender erotica.
Bend writes in Frock, a magazine for
crossdressers, drag queens and trans women.

She’s the assistant editor of Frock Magazine, a crossgender lifestyle magazine where she reviews transgender literature. Her reviews of erotica can also be found in Transformation magazine. 

You can read the whole interview over at Driel's blog.

Here is a short extract:

Kella asks: "Within the transgender genre, there are many niches, ranging from the realistic to the fantastic, with for example magical genderswap stories being one extreme. Which niches do you prefer? Are there any you avoid? Are there some you wish got more attention and others less?"

Sally answers: "In all honesty, it depends on my mood. Sometimes I want the magic of an instantaneous, effortless, perfect transformation. I want that dream of just waking up a woman, with no effort or struggle involved. Then again, sometimes I want a realistic story that pays close attention to the details of dressing, doing makeup, and learning to walk in heels.  There are days where the destination is all that matters, and days where I want to enjoy the journey.

I love that futa stories seem to be getting more attention, although it really annoys me when authors jump on the bandwagon and mislabel their characters. I’ve had to call it out in a few reviews – if she doesn’t have a hole AND a pole, then she’s not futa!

The one niche I tend to avoid is sadomasochist erotica, where the forced feminization is solely for the sake of cruelty and humiliation. A little reluctance and coercion can be erotic, so long as the sissy or cuckold learns to enjoy it, but I simply can’t relate to a character that is made to suffer through something that should be so pleasurable."

Sally Bend's facebook page.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

On how to keep your real identity secret when browsing the web

On how to establish a second
identity online and keeping it private.
Photo: Altrendo
On how to keep your online activities private from friends, family and colleagues.

People who visit TG sites and take part in forums where one discuss gender transformation and crossdressing may -- for obvious reasons -- feel the need to protect their real identity.

If you need to keep your other side a secret from family, friends, colleagues and other people, it is important to establish a good routine for reading and posting online.

Online life is becoming increasingly complicated. We often use several computers, smart phones and tablets at the same time, and the chances of someone finding out what you have been up to are increasing.

Outed by accident

I know of quite a few TG fiction fans who have had their secret "hobby" exposed to family and friends due to some accident:

1. They have been disturbed while reading and writing and left a Fictionmania story open in a tab.
2. There has been a computer crash and the PC has reopened the tabs from the previous session.
3. They have used their regular email instead of their dedicated TG email by mistake.
4. They have used their regular social media account instead of their dedicated TG one by mistake.
5. They have saved captions and stories in one of their regular document folders.
6. Family members have search the browser history in order to retrace a site and found World of TG in the list.

Compartmentalize!


Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Sam becomes Sam in this MTF transformation movie

Nicholas Brooks has made a comedy about Sam, a misgynistic a**hole, who is transformed into a Sam, a petite brunette of great beauty.

It looks very much like a crossdreamer fantasy to me. There is even the much used TG fiction motive: The old man in the "curiosity" shop bringing on all the magic.

Brooks is the son of Mel Brooks, who is also listed as executive producer of Sam.

Sam is starring Natalie Knepp, Sean Kleier, Stacy Keach, Morgan Fairchild, Bryan Batt, James McCaffrey and Tom Pelphrey.

Det movie is apparently to be made available on DVD and via streaming services in October this year.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

What if you were trapped in your favorite video game, as a girl?

What if you were trapped in your favorite video game, as a girl?

That is what happens to one of the main characters in the Web TV series AFK, Steven, a 28 year old male "noob", who has to play the role of a female warrior.

JJ Fong AKA Steven
Yahoo! New Zealand puts it this way in an interview with the actor playing Steven: JJ Fong:

"Steven has adopted a scantily clad female warrior as his character, primarily for the purpose of ogling her while playing. It’s a decision that backfires when he wakes up dressed in a tiny costume that sees him attract a lot of unwanted attention from his fellow transplanted gamers."

Friday, June 3, 2016

Transgender Movie - Eva Robins in 'Mascara' (1987)

Lost in Transgender tells the story og the 19080s movie Mascara, where trans actress Eva Robins plays the role of a trans woman performs in a secret sex club.

Eva Robins was born male in 1958, but developed naturally feminine features and breasts during puberty, despite being a normal boy growing up, her body failed to masculine like the other boys of her age.

From the age of about thirteen she says she felt she wanted to be a female. When she was sixteen, she started oestrogen treatments. By the age of twenty-one she was living completely as a woman.

Read all about it over at Lost in Transgender.




Saturday, April 30, 2016

Tranisa is back with a new feminization movie fantasy


Some of you will be familiar with the Tranisa film company, which has delivered a large number of crossdressing and feminization movies over the year.

Now they are back with a new movie called "Waking Up as a Girl". The title is a dead giveaway. Tranisa says this about the movie:
"Is being turned into a real girl as much fun as you fantasize about? The last thing you remember is a bright light and then darkness. You were on your way home tired from working too hard, but now you’re in bed safe and sound. On waking you realize that things are somehow different. You’re a women…are you dreaming?…You’ve secretly wanted this to happen, but now it has you’re not sure how to feel. Have you suddenly turned into a girl?

Your mother and sister are on hand to help, but they can only confirm that you’re a girl and always have been. What has happened? Have you moved into an alternate reality where you have always been female? You can’t convince them that yesterday you were Stephen a man.

Life has to go on and you’re late for work. Your mother and Sister help you get dressed into the finest of girls’ clothes. A bra and matching panties, stockings and a sexy dress to tease the boys. Finished with your bag full of makeup you’re ready for work."
I really like the movie. Mind you, this is a short fantasy with no explicit sex, but it sets the scene for dreams about a future life as a woman i a funny and sexy way.

Starring Samantha Alexandra, Sapphire Blue and Red.

The transformation movie can be bought over at Tranisa.com!

Saturday, March 19, 2016

237 Male To Female Transitions (Before And After)

rrpjdisc has published a video of 237 before and after pictures of male to female transgender (although I suspect some of them are crossdressers and drag queens).