HE CROSSED THE LINE
HE CROSSED THE LINE,
A newly married couple can't find an affordable apartment close to college. Desperate, they can only find an apartment that accepts women. That can't be fair so Robert is... More > convinced that becoming Roberta would get them the apartment. But becoming a women is more than just looking like one in the mirror! It would take training and determination.
“Well,” Linda said slowly, “don’t you think that we need more social activities on the weekends? All study and no play will make us dull girls.”
“But, we’ve been going to the movies on the weekends,” Robert pointed out.
“Yes, but we need some excitement, something out of the ordinary, some girl socializing. We need to dance, to enjoy ourselves...buy new dresses for a reason."
112 pages, 44 color illustrations.
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My Son, The Actress! #70
MY SON, THE ACTRESS!-Terry's mother, aunt and cousin encourage him into the finer things of life. Illustrated with 15 full page illustrations by a wonderful artist!
If you love the details, you'll... More > love this story.
"Mom, these are panties!?”
“Really?” Ellen laughed, “I know dear. Remember that sale I mentioned when I bought you those bras? Well there were several bra and panty sets that I got for a great price.”
Terry stared in surprise. The panties looked beautiful, soft shiny and trimmed with matching colored lace. His mother held up the matching bra. It was a perfect match for the panties. It had shiny cups decorated with dark red lace and thin straps. He felt he should resist, but one look at the sensuous lingerie and his protests melted on his lips.
“Oh, Mom, it’s so girlish!” was all he could muster.
“I like it, do you?”
“It's unbelievable." Terry gasped, still looking in the mirror. “It makes me feel....
Quote Board. In The Pink. TV FICTION CLASSICS #70. 100 pages< Less
Make-Believe Girl #14
MAKE-BELIEVE GIRL - Summer vacation in the Big City. Not much room for a guy to run and jump but plenty of room to swish and prance! A summer in the city turns a guy's life upside down! ... More >
Aunt Ellie had a shopping routine and I guess I was along for the ride. “I need to go to Carol’s. The poor woman owns a great shop but they have the street all dug up in front of her store, and her business is almost dead.” As we made our way across a dug up road with construction workers yelling, she said, “See? No women want to come here with all that, but I try to buy some-thing every week to help her out.”
When we walked into the very nice, large store it was empty. Carol, the owner ran up and greeted us. After introductions, Ellie went about looking for something to buy. When she checked out the dresses, she handed me her purse to hold.
I took it timidly and with a red face.
Revised 2013 Illustrated. Quote Board. In The Pink. TITILLATING TV TALES #14. 72 pages< Less
HIS FIRST BRA
HIS FIRST BRA.
Can there be equality of the sexes until fashion doesn't discriminate? Jamie's mother knows he's not like other boys. Why can't he wear softer clothes, pastel colors and enhance his... More > features with just a touch of makeup? Why can't Jamie have the little growing up experiences that mothers and daughters so fondly share? Jamie's mother sees no reason....
Contemporary TV Fiction #78, 80 pages, IN THE PINK< Less