Jackie; It Just Feels Right

It was that time of year again, spring had already sprung here in the Deep South, flowers all in bloom, the weather no longer having that winter chill and the breeze more from the south, warm and inviting. The azaleas and rhododendrons now tapering off, the daffodils and crocus already done for the year, leaving […]

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Allison; A Token Transsexual

It had all started with the bathroom debate and assorted legislative bills. I am sure most of it was strictly political, a way for a local representative to gain some political clout at someone else’s expense. Just another way for a legislator to correct some imagined injustice, although his correction often far worse than the […]

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Patsy; From Male To Female

There were rumors of a shakeup in upper level management and some promotions that might be in the offering. Our company was going through some tough times, increased competition and some personnel that were not qualified for the position they held in the company. Most of these employees were ones that were hired by friends […]

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Sally; Breasts Of My Own

I earned my living as a consultant, advising people in how to invest their money and hold on to what they had in today’s economy. I purposefully selected only female clients, most males think they know better and do not listen to the advice I give them. Then, when they lose a chunk, they blame […]

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Julia; Sing Me A Song

Sis came bounding into my room, out of breath and obviously excited. It was late, almost one AM and she apparently had just returned from her date with Mark. She plopped down on my bed, grabbed my remote for the stereo and turned it down. I stuck my tongue out at her, a normal occurrence […]

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Lorrie; Turnabout Queen

I have been at college for over a year now. It is a small private institution with an enrollment of around five-thousand students. Since it is a private school, it had no state or federal intrusion as to curriculum or admission standards. The school lacked some of the fancier frills that the larger universities have, […]

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