Today’s woman is smart, educated and ambitious. In a word, she’s empowered. So if you’re a modern woman looking to get ahead, what can you do with a husband whose failures in the job market are rivaled only by similar shortcomings in the boudoir? First step: make him an ex-husband; you can do better. Second step: read this caption. The road to success lies ahead.
So here’s another venerable tradition in cross-dressing fiction, the husband-to-wife story. And yes, this is another signature trope of mine, although not quite as common as the son-to-mother story. The most recent example is the vignette “Pillow Talk“, where the man and wife end up switching roles via extreme cross-dressing. But other permutations are possible. “Switcheroo” uses bodysuits to achieve more or less the same thing, although the results are not what anyone intended. And the captions “Fit to be Tied” and “Asking For It” use magic to make the switch, to the chagrin of the husband. There are numerous other examples in my archives, but I’ve never done one quite like “Two Heads”. Enjoy!
Also, don’t forget to check out (if you haven’t already) the recent feature addition to the Hawkins canon. Chelsea Girl is a novel-length tale of cross-dressing and transgender issues, all wrapped up in a mystery that keeps you guessing to the final page. A must-read for the TG crowd!