I'm allowed to play favorites when it comes to shameless self-promotion. Includes a continuing storyline with non-linear joke comics on the side. Venus Envy A typical high school romantic comedy, with the welcome addition of lesbians, crossdressers, and of course transsexuals.
Fictionmania is the giant of TG fiction. Thousands of stories in all categories of transgender: crossdressing, stories, magic transformations, high tech surgery and forced feminisation. There are erotic stories and realistic stories.
Fictionmania is a big free story archive 32, stories2, with images. It has a global traffic rank of 32, in the world. It is a domain having tv extension.
I know many in the TG community are already familiar with this site. I tripped over it while looking for places to sell stories. It is totally run by volunteers with a passion to make this the best TG Fiction site on the web. Most of them are short, but some are serialized and longer as well.
Deborah Ballard aka Debbie Lawrence is a transgender woman with nearly 40 years of IT experience, nearly 40 years of transformational programs including 12 step programs, leadership training programs, open source support groups, transgender support groups and websites. Debbie has written 6 books on transgender issues, so far. Sara is a mistress of the "Sissy" Genre.
Ok, Tom. That being said, what you wrote here is, quite frankly, ignorant. I probably have even more of a problem with them than you do, in fact.
Updated weekly and painstakenly organized, MCStories has something for every taste. Voyer has a wonderful listing of TV shows of interest to MC fans. He also has some very nice drawings and his own collection of novels.
It all started with the Sierra Bulletin Board, which was a free online bulletin board operated by Mindy Rich in the early s. It hosted some TG stories before the internet was as accessible as it is today. As more people started coming online in the mids, newsgroups and listservs started to emerge. One such listserv was The Transformation Stories Archive TSAwhich accepted any kind of transformation story, not just those with a gender-related theme.
Fictionmania is a non-commercial website dedicated to publishing and archiving transgender fiction, much of which is erotica. It is open to submissions from any writer, provided the submitted literature "explores gender. As of MarchFictionmania was host to more than 15, stories according to the site's count, although that number may be a little misleading, since multi-part stories are counted more than once.