Tuesday, September 16, 2014

The Mask of the Jaguar by Kylie Gable

What do you get when a forced feminization superheroine sets herself up as a vigilante for the abused and misused? Well, you get The Mask of the Jaguar by Kylie Gable.

This was a fantastic short story that's more about the transformation itself than the consequences of being transformed, and more about the delivery of justice than the act of humiliation. A little Japanese rope bondage get things started, followed by some overnight CIA level hypnotherapy that's designed to wear away the subject's ego and leave him highly susceptible to suggestion.Triggers built in enable a quick transformation, with the whole process designed to ensure he remains aware of his inner shame and humiliation.

There's not a lot of detail invested in the dressing or the cosmetic, but there are some nice touches, such as the electronic shocks that ensure he can't remove clothes, and the clothes themselves, which are glued and stitched on anyway. On top of that, there's the special makeup can't be removed by normal means.

It's a fun story, but also an empowering one. Like I said, it's less about humiliating the subject than about teaching him a lesson, with the focus of the tale on empowering his assistant to seize her potential.

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