Wednesday, November 6, 2019

See 2: More Sissies Femmed by Courtney Captisa & Claire Bear (feminization sissy dollification)

Three years ago, the usually sweet Courtney Captisa & Claire Bear reached deep into the darkness of their closets and pulled out See: Guys Become Sissies, a forced feminization take on movies like Saw, complete with a locked room, a creepy talking doll, and twisted punishments for sissies who do not play the game!

Proving that good things come to those who wait, they have returned to the story of Crossword with See 2: More Sissies Femmed. This year's edition tells the tale of two new victims/contestants (Jordan and Cody), but it also catches us up with Sam/Samantha, who has spent the last year thinking she is a young girl of the Ed Sullivan/Bonanza era.

Before we get into any of that, however, the story opens on a more familiar note with Courtney & Claire detailing the dressing room feminization of a young boy being punished by his mother. It seems odd, almost like it is a scene in the wrong story . . . until it closes on a Barbie life-size mannequin shedding a single tear, and suddenly the fate of Crossword's victims comes back to us!

There is a stark contrast between the three stories being told here. First is the locked room mystery of Jordan and Cody, which is creepy, yet erotically intriguing, especially for hardcore fans of forced feminization. The use of a live audience to watch their sissy antics, judging and voting on who is the most convincing is a nice touch that adds an exhibitionist edge to the story. Second is the background story of Charlotte and Crossword, which takes the risk of humanizing the villain and illustrating a motive with which we can identify, all without removing the edge necessary to keep the other two stories moving forward - especially once he relates the full details of his first dollification. Last is the escape thriller of Samantha and the pursuit of Crossword, which is dark and violent, exactly what you would expect of a more traditional horror story, albeit with a few kinky nightmarish twists - especially once the fate of other dolls is revealed.

I loved the way the story jumped back and forth between the three elements, giving it the depth of a true horror story, as opposed to just a nightmarish feminization fantasy. The characters really come alive, with plenty of drama and tension to connect them with the reader. In addition, what makes this a special treat is the series of illustrations by Autumn Natura, who brings the story to life in full (often creepy) color. They are exquisite, and they really do help to make See 2 a sequel that surpasses the original.

Even as we are left to ponder what a third chapter might bring . . .

Courtney Captisa has had a strong interest in transformation since childhood. In her early teens, she discovered several webpages such as Fictionmania. She enjoys writing clean stories.

Reviewed by Sally

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