Play Misty for Me

play misty for meBetrayal of one’s trust is something that happens surprisingly often in TG fiction. It might even qualify as a “TG trope” if it weren’t for the fact that no one (I assume) actually fantasizes about being betrayed. It’s just that betrayal figures into most TG plots in the way that the hero is tricked or coerced (or out-and-out forced) into female guise, usually at the hands of someone they trust (e.g. a parent, a sibling or other family member, a friend, sometimes even one’s offspring). I don’t know if this has anything to do with the way cross-dressers so often feel let-down by people in their life (judging them, or worse), but it’s certainly food for thought. In this slight little story (click the above icon to download the PDF), a late Halloween offering, a trusting son suffers his father’s betrayal and both pay the price. Enjoy!


2 thoughts on “Play Misty for Me

  1. Misty is a Neil Hefty tune. My favorite rendition is performed by Count Basie and his big band. I loved performing it too at one time. It’s a lovely composition just like your Misty! There was a sort of weird Clint Eastwood flick with Misty in the title and Clint used the composition in the back ground as I remember. I always wanted to meet a beautiful Misty and you brought her to life for me in your Story! Thank You.

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