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    Do you read TG stories?

    I used to spend a lot of time reading TG fiction, especially Fictionmania. Also followed cartoonists & picture captions on various sites. Now not so much. More reality & less fantasy. Probably healthier.

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    As long as they do not get too X rated they are a big part of my fantasy. Who has not dreamed of having an older sister, cousin, aunt or friend play dress-up in some fashion? I love reality too, but well written fiction is great.

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    Oh hell yea ,,,I used to spend hours on that Crystal story site ,,The best Ive ever read .. I love those storys,,Got me threw some tuff times too. Liveing threw them an there storys .True or not just felt good to know someone esle was reading my mind ,,,lol,,,,
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    I on occasion love to read the TG fiction. The first piece of TG fiction I read was The Joe Bates Saga. I wish there were more out there like it.
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    I used to but, as I put more emphasis on accepting myself as I am, the fantasy aspect just doesn't do it for me. I suppose it was always about how the stories removed barriers to expressing as female. Nowadays, being "allowed to" is a better fantasy than being "forced to".
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    I did, but really in retrospect it was more because it was the only outlet for CD that I could find. Now I just can't get into it anymore.

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    Long ago I used to read Fictionmania, The Softening of Jessie..remember that one, hot stuff.
    I just stopped reading it a few years back, and yes dress up allot more now. Which is better than fiction.
    But I could not believe that site was there and that they were writing about my fantasies.

    I came at this trans gender stuff sideways. I would never allow myself to be feminine, I was so ashamed. But I have never felt like I fit in with men or women. I feel far closer to women, but still am a male. Oh I am in trouble tonight.
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    I used to read them all the time when I was younger. Not that I'm old now. But in my teens and younger I would always read them. Used to wish those stories were my own.

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    My wife and I used to read the CD stories to each other that were in Penthouse Variations. But sadly they don't seem to have any in there anymore.

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    Never read any CD fantasy stories.
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    Yes, I spend may hours reading them while in various forms of underwear, etc. it is part of the stimuli for me.

    The cartoons are great! amazing work.

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    I enjoy the cartoons and such, but not much on stories as they are all sexually oriented. If I want that I prefer the real thing.
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    No but some of my real life adventures would probably "read" like TG fiction to some.
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    I still love and read a lot of FICTION on fictionmania and the other sites mentioned before but it usually is done by using the search feature of the older stories before most all of them became filled with cd/male encounters.

    As a str8 married CD I'd love to see more stories about CD's with wives adventures that don't lead to cuckold sissies and sex with men.

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    Yeah...it almost seems like the authors have a hat filled with four or five scenarios with four or five different endings, and somehow they managed to make millions of stories with almost the exact same plot.

    I had a game one day where I would guess how everything would play out after one paragraph. I got pretty awesome at it.

    Hohum...I wish there were more creative people in online fiction.
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    During the years when I wandered in the wilderness, while I was married to my first wife, I didn't CD so my only outlet was reading fiction. I was mostly interested in femdom literature rather than TG but there is a huge overlap between them so both elements in a story was a bonus. I particularly liked the "petticoat punishment" genre. But any well written femdom literature would do. Nowadays, I mostly read about organic farming.

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    My life has followed some of those stories.
    It is uncanny but when I relate past experiences I am surprised as to how much I had come out and been accepted in the past.
    These days I am still not fully out and may never be.
    I can still remember some of those situations vividly.
    TG fiction? it makes interesting reading but some extreme situations are pure fantasy and don't grab me at all.
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    I like to read Cd stories. The only fault I find with them is that they only have a few basic themes in them and they repeat those themes ad nauseum. Some are well written while others leave much to be desired. Some mirror my life quite closely and I sometimes think they are writing about me.

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    I enjoy reading some of the stories at Bigclosetr.us

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    I do and I have a favorite story on FM, but last time I time I posted the link my post was deleted, is it OK to say the story name is Next Door Bride?
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    No, I figure that they are X rated fictional stories and nothing else...but not saying there are not any good ones out there. Just not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaQ View Post
    No, I figure that they are X rated fictional stories and nothing else...but not saying there are not any good ones out there. Just not for me.
    Same goes for me I like to read a good book but no x-rated stuff

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    Yes. But good stories are getting harder to find. Literotica was the first website I found that got me hooked.

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    Some of my real life incidents can not compare to the fiction I've read, especially mothers that enforced "petticoated punishments".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chari View Post
    Some of my real life incidents can not compare to the fiction I've read, especially mothers that enforced "petticoated punishments".
    I dunno. My mom punished me for wetting the bed by putting diapers on me when I was 6 or 7, and I enjoyed it.
    Oddly somehow , I never developed an adult baby fetish. I did develop a little girl clothing fetish because my dad had a children's clothing store with lots of frilly little girls dresses. My TG'ism seems to be completely unrelated.
    Last edited by NathalieX66; 07-13-2012 at 03:02 PM.

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