Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Confessions of a Sissy Pet by Kylie Gable & Claudia Acosta (#feminization #femdom #humiliation)

Normally, I am not one for stories of humiliation. I prefer my sissies to come by their femininity happily, eagerly, and without complaint. That said, Kylie Gable and Claudia Acosta are the absolute Queens of Forced Feminization and Humiliation, and it is patently impossible to resist the allure of their stories.

The Complete Pack: Confessions of a Sissy Pet collects all 6 stories of the series, all but demanding that we indulge our curiosity and binge on David's story. I say David's story, because he is the one telling it, but it is really the story of The Pack themselves - Lisa, Tyson, Cindy, Dana, and Matilda.

What I love about Kylie and Claudia's work is just how carefully balanced the whole feminization process is, and how the humiliation is tempered with elements of friendship and affection, making it easier for readers to forgive themselves for wanting to see the poor sissies pushed harder, further, deeper into femininity. They so effortlessly move us from horror and even anger, to curiosity, anticipation, and appreciation, and they are able to do that because they populate their stories with such well-developed characters.

There is so much fetish fuel to the story that I hesitate to even try to explain, for fear of missing something, but we have an emphasis on panties, pantyhose, and bras; high heels; lipstick and eyeliner; dresses and skirts; impromptu bondage and improvised restraints; gags and cages; blackmail; masturbation; and even some forced bisexuality.

In terms of structure, the 6 stories here are chapters in a longer work, and they way the story builds and expands with each is fascinating. There is a definite rising arc to the story, as more girls (and sissies) are drawn into David's world, with a surprisingly dark and daring feminization marking the peak or the climax, and the exploration of consequences (and revenge) coming from the dénouement. What makes it really exciting is having David telling the story as a much older man, looking back on that school year, and not just commenting on the events but foreshadowing what is to come. Dramatically, it works very well, and that distance allows him to appreciate the The Pack, their friendship, their femininity, their power, and their allure.

The story does get a little . . . well, extreme in the last few chapters, pushing the bounds of disbelief, but somehow it works, especially once the consequences begin to fall. I love that David offers a final commentary on it all, updating us on his life as well as that of The Pack, pulling the story back to reality (and plausibility) in a bittersweet fashion.

When she was in college, Kylie Gable had a life changing experience that she's only coming to terms with years later. She was forcibly feminized by one amazing girl and her friends. There are a lot of legitimate questions of any writer in the genre of forced feminization, but even more so for someone like Kylie who purports to tell a true story.


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