Okay – as I just posted a little while ago, I’m going to open this thing up to suggestions! However, just so we’re all clear, here’s how it’s going to go.
First of all, while the submissions are open to anybody, the final vote will only be open to Members of MY SITE (Gold or Platinum). It’s kind of an extra reward for them. So, if you haven’t signed up yet, this might be a great time. Not only do you get access to almost eighty unique caption stories, but if you’re a platinum member, you will get all of my books (including the upcoming “Justice Creek”). If you’re interested, you can SIGN UP HERE.
Okay – now that that’s out of the way, here are the ground rules:
- All submissions must be done so via my CONTACT ME page. If you simply email it to me, I may not see it (so much stuff goes straight to spam!). Use the following in the body of the message: CAPTION STORY SUBMISSION. Otherwise, I might not know to include it in the contest.
- All submissions must contain the following information:
- General Concept (probably a one- or two-sentence description of what you’d like to see)
- Model Type (age range, body type, hair color)
- Setting (location)
- Protagonist (main character) Name
- All ideas must be submitted by 1/31/2019 (I plan to publish the story in March)
There – that’s not too bad, right? In addition, whoever wins the vote will also have the opportunity to go more in-depth with their story idea, going so far as to specify names, secondary characters, kinks, and anything else they might like to see. Basically, I intend to structure this just like one of my commissions.
So, if you’ve been wanting to see something specific, now’s your time to shine! Remember, send me the above-mentioned information via my CONTACT ME page, else I probably won’t get to see it.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about ways to increase Member participation in the site. Mostly, I want to do it because, ultimately, this whole thing is about what you all want. Sure, it’s my work up there, but I wouldn’t do it if you all weren’t there to consume it. So, I want to engage with you all a little more (in fact, it was one of my New Years Resolutions to make this into a more interactive experience).
To that end, I’ve got a couple of things planned for the near future. First, I’ve mentioned adding a discussion forum to the site. I’m not sure how many people would take advantage of it, but I’ve seen a lot of great discussions on sites like Fictionmania, and I’d like to provide an outlet for people who love TG fiction and captions. I intend to implement that by the end of next month.
However, the purpose of this post is something that’s coming a lot sooner. In the next couple of days (maybe even today, if I get the chance), I’m going to start accepting suggestions for story themes. I’ll get more into what I’m looking for when I do it, but I intend to take all the suggestions and whittle them down to four or five, then let the at-large members decide which one I’ll turn into a story. I think it’ll be a fun way for me to diversify my content (or not, if that’s what wins out) while giving you all a little ownership in the type of content I put out.
Anyway – keep an eye out for that. If you have other suggestions for how to make this experience more engaging, feel free to let me know via my CONTACT ME page.
As an aside, I’d love to know why you voted the way you did. Why did you like the story you picked? Let me know in the comment section or via my CONTACT ME page.
I meant to write a year-in-review earlier, but I’ve been a little distracted by the model search for my next story. However, I think I’ve got that all sorted out, and I’m really pleased with the story that has arisen around the photo set. Now, I’ve just got to write it!
Anyway, with that off my mind (a bit), I’ve decided to go ahead and put together a quick review of all that’s happened at The Feminization Station over the past year. So, without further ado, let’s get to it!
First of all, I just want to say that it’s been a great year. 2018 wasn’t without its bumps, but I’ve learned to take the good with the bad and to focus on the positive. It’s easy to dwell on the negatives, of course; not only did I have a bit of a health scare, but I also had to completely rework my business model when Patreon decided to alter their terms of service. It made for a hectic couple of months, but in the end, I think I (and my work) came out of it stronger. I also believe that it set up a terrific 2019, and I look forward to seeing what the new year holds.
Okay – now that the obligatory glass-half-full world outlook stuff is out of the way, let’s get to what was released this past year.
First up was STRINGS, featuring the incredible Halle Vonn, which told the story of a young man who, after flunking out of college, is forced to move back in with his mother. When she gets fed up with his lack of fiscal contribution to the household, she puts him to work as a prostitute, which eventually results in his feminization.
Next came ENVY, which featured one of my favorite models, Dani Daniels. It told the story of a man who, after being fired from a prominent internship, takes refuge with his sister and her boyfriend. There, he’s overcome with curiosity about their sex life, which leads him down the road to feminization.
Then came SENSITIVITY TRAINING, a reimagining of one of the first stories I ever wrote. Featuring the adorable Tanner Mayes, it followed a man who, after being accused of sexual misconduct, is sent to a special facility for sensitivity training. There, he learns what it means to be a woman.
Next up was MEMORIES, a somewhat short story where a man awakens to find himself completely feminized. His girlfriend explains what happened. It features Alena Croft.
Next came what I have to admit was my personal favorite story of the year, METHOD, featuring the absolutely perfect Valentina Nappi. It followed a has-been actor who takes drastic steps to get the role of a lifetime – that of a transgender prostitute. However, he gets far more than he bargained for when his goals keep moving further and further away.
Then came TURNABOUT, another shorter story which featured the incredibly sexy Kayla Kayden (I will probably use her again in a much longer story at some point). It was the simple tale of a wealthy playboy who’s feminized by his female employs.
Then came TOY, another one of my personal favorites. Featuring the painfully cute Hannah Hays, it was the story of a young criminal who, after his father goes to jail, is sent to live with his aunt. There, he continues his criminal ways until he’s finally arrested. Released on probation, his aunt decides that enough is enough, and takes steps to ensure that he won’t continue down that path.
After that, COLLISION was released. It featured Kagney Linn Karter and Faye Reagan, and was my attempt at doing something a little different. In it, a young woman falls under the spell of a particularly dominant transgender woman, sending her down the path of sexual slavery.
Next up was BLISS, featuring one of my all-time favorite models, Janice Griffith. In it, a playboy is feminized after meeting and falling for a dominant woman.
Then came ALMOST, featuring the incomparable Remy Lacroix. In this story, an awkward college freshman poses as a transgender girl in order to join his cousin’s sorority. However, the role soon becomes reality as he falls for one of his sorority sisters.
After that came THE SHAPE OF ME, a story, featuring Aria Alexander, in which a man must come to grips in an increasingly black-dominated world.
Next was MOTHER, a fun story featuring Kendra Lust. In it, a young man, after buying an antique coin, slowly becomes his mother’s twin.
After that was CHRYSALIS, featuring the gorgeous, busty Brittney White. In this story, a dying old man gets more than he bargains for when he undergoes an experimental treatment designed to restore his lost youth.
Then came BALANCE, featuring Kylie Quinn. It told a story where a young man, in a world with a rapidly declining population of women, is chosen to help ensure a healthy balance among the genders.
Next was CLIMBING THE LADDER, featuring the perfect Ash Hollywood. In it, after spending two years in a dead-end job, a man decides to make a few changes in order to better fit into the fashion world.
After that came CASCADE, featuring Adriana Chechik, which told the story of a car salesman who’s forced to get in touch with his feminine side when his dealership is taken over my new ownership.
I had a lot of fun with the next story, WOMANHOOD. Part of it was because it featured one of my favorite models, Marina Visconti, but it was also because it let me play with a couple of my favorite things: science fiction and world building. In this story, a billionaire scientist has an accident with a particle accelerator, which transports him to an alternate reality in which genetic women have gone extinct.
Next up was ROSE, featuring Abigail Mac. In it, the heir to a prosperous airline must become a flight attendant in order to inherit his birthright.
Then came A MOTHER’S LOVE, featuring the adorable Haley Reed. I can’t say enough how much I loved this model. In this story, an apathetic young man’s life changes when he finally gets a date with the coveted girl-next-door.
After that was another really fun story to write, STUDENT ENGAGEMENT. Inspired by a conversation with a fellow writer (Courtney Captisa, whose work you can find HERE), it told the tale of a guidance counselor who slowly transforms into a female student. It featured Alex Blake.
MONSTERS, which came next, was yet another attempt to do something a bit different. I don’t typically write magical transformations, but I wanted to try my hand at it. Featuring Sydney Cole and Kimmy Granger, it was the story of a pair of witches who decide to feminize and enslave their respective fathers.
After that came FROM PIMP TO PROSTITUTE, my latest Girl-a-Matic guide. Featuring Chanell Heart, it was a step-by-step guide detailing how to transform a pimp to a prostitute (as the name implies). I’ll probably end up using the model again, because she’s kind of perfect and I’m not sure the guide (which is kind of short) really gave her time to shine.
Then came PIECES OF AUBREY, featuring a cutie named Carmen Callaway. In it, a young man agrees to swap places with his sister so he can help her pass a college entrance exam. However, when he meets an interesting girl, he decides to make it more than a one-time thing.
I have a degree in political science, so the next story, POLITICAL ANIMALS, was a fun one to write. It featured August Aimes (which is another reason the story was fun), and it focused on a conservative gubernatorial candidate who is slowly and unwittingly feminized by his new campaign manager and her cadre of female lackeys.
Next up was EXECUTION, featuring Lilith Lust (and another one of my all-time favorite models, Amarna Miller). It was the story of a hitman who, after killing his boss, goes on the run, eventually resorting to drastic measures in order to stay hidden.
After that was A DIFFERENT ME. Featuring Lucy Doll (who’s great, so long as you don’t have to listen to that ridiculous voice she uses in her videos), it told the story of a young man who, after dressing up as a cheerleader for a powderpuff football game, is forced to adopt a transgender persona for the duration of his senior year.
Then came SCARLET, my first attempt at a Halloween story. Featuring Alex Mae, it was the tale of a college boy who’s been possessed by a female ghost. Of course, this being The Feminization Station, it results in his feminization!
The next story was SURVIVOR, which featured the perfectly bimbo-fied Victoria June. It was the story of the son of an oil magnate who, during a gap year, is kidnapped, feminized, and forced into prostitution.
Then came THE ASSIGNMENT, which had been kind of on my mind for a while before I wrote it. The model, Allie Haze, is kind of perfect for my kind of story, too. In this tale, a police intern agrees to go undercover as a sissy in order to infiltrate a criminal organization. It sounds like a simple story, but there are some definite twists and turns along the way.
A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE came next. Featuring the adorable Latina, Vienna Black, it was another attempt to do something kind of different. Not only does the protagonist, a middle-aged college professor get feminized, but he also has to deal with becoming a part of a different culture as well when he agrees to participate in an experiment which will have him live for two years as a Hispanic maid.
And the final story of 2018 was A MOTHER’S JUDGMENT, which featured the striking Alli Rae. In it, a homosexual teenager is outed to his bigoted mother and forced into a different kind of conversion therapy which sees him transformed into a girl.
So, 2018 saw the release of thirty-one new caption stories, which, if I’m honest, is a volume of work I’m really proud of. However, I think I’m most proud of the fact that most of them were really well-received. I can only hope that 2019’s offerings are as diverse and as well-accepted.
But that brings me to my final point: another poll! I want to know what your favorite stories were. To that end, I’ve created a poll (which I’ll include in the next post, to keep this one from getting too long) where you can vote for your favorite caption story of 2018.
Anyway – I just wanted to reiterate how grateful I am that you all read and enjoy my work. I can’t really articulate how much it means to me that there’s a sizable group of people out there who think like me and like the same sorts of stuff I do. Here’s to 2019 being just as fun as 2018!