Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Feminized at 40,000 Feet by Anita Mandalay

This was something of an unusual read for me, in that the feminization is more about punishment and humiliation, but with a subject who so clearly deserves to be knocked down a peg or two, there's definitely a guilty sort of pleasure involved in enjoying it.

Feminized at 40,000 Feet is about a rude, crude, arrogant, abusive rich man who spends most of his time in the air demonstrating what a jerk he is. As loud and coarse as he is, only a small part of that can be blamed on being drunk - most of it is just his base human nature. Anita Mandalay does such a fantastic job of defining him that we're ready to cheer on the stewardess who finally subdues him.

What follows from there is a rough sequence of events during which he is feminize, abused, bound, and aroused. Mentally and emotionally he hates every moment of it, but his own body repeatedly betrays him with evidence of his enjoyment. Stewardesses and pilots alike get their chance to put him in his place, to take their pleasure, and to ultimately force him into duty as their newest, sluttiest stewardess.

Yes, it's a bit over-the-top, particularly with the well-appointed lounge at the front of the plane, and our oh-so-deserving victim is perhaps a little too passable to be realistic, but those are minor quibbles. This is a fast-paced, well-detailed story that will have definite appeal for forced feminization and female domination fans . . . and which may just make you think twice about how you treat the staff on your next flight.

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