LawsuitFor today’s object lesson on the dangerous field of cross-dressing and its possible (probable?) misuses, we return to the often misunderstood concept of hypnosis. Is it really possible to hypnotize a person into doing something that they don’t want to do? Perhaps not in real life, but TG fiction is a different matter. Here’s what might happen if you let one of your buddies mess with your mind in a certain way. By the by, if you want to know why the title is “Lawsuit”, you’ll just have to read the pages that follow the caption. Enjoy!

The R-rated ending of this little story makes it most like some of my racier tales from the past. For instance, “Pillow Talk” from last year, or “Regulation Housewife” from 2014. Or from 2013, “Fleet Escort” and “The Cross-Date“.


P.S. This thang ain’t just a caption, homegirl; click the smaller icon above for the full vignette in a PDF.


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5 thoughts on “Lawsuit

  1. Ooh. It’s wonderfully… delicious that the hypnotist made the hypnotic word something Jeff would likely say when the hypnotic state gets broken. Jeff gets pissed, inadvertently says the word, Jeff gets suppressed, and Jessica returns for more fun with Felix. This makes Jeff an unwitting participant.

    And maybe the hypnotist hypnotized Jeff to say the word whenever Jeff came out of the hypnotized state. Which would make it more delicious.

    This definitely needs a sequel.

    • Thanks for the props. I reread the story. Pretty hot, no doubt, but it seriously blurs the line between consent and you-know-what. If there was to be a sequel (which isn’t likely), I’d say that Felix should get his comeuppance–in court. Beginning to end, this story could be an episode of SVU.

      • why have it end in court? you could make a sequel where Jessica turns Felix into a woman as revenge using hypnosis as well

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