A Submissive Sissy

Here you'll find my favorites Sissy & Femdom stories, the best one I've ever read over the net since many years and believe me, that's a lot ! I'm also a wool fetishist, so you may come accross this type of topic around here too... Hope you'll like it !

Kelly Ann Rogers

The New Job

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This is a story about becoming. It's also a story about learning how to love, both yourself and others. As our heroine progresses through the most tumultuous year of her life, she must deal with a variety of challenges, some ageless and others thoroughly modern. Some of theses challenges are mundane but real, others are more unusual, difficult, and intense. As she deals with each challenge, our heroine learns an important lesson, some about being a woman and others but about being a person, a full-fledged adult person who can stand up for herself and make her own way in the world.

The characters are all fictional and if you believe you see any resemblance to you or anyone you know, this is simply a coincidence.

Although this is not a story about sex or one designed to set up sex scenes for the sake of sex scenes, it is a story for adults because it does contain scenes of explicit sexuality. There is no gratuitous sex, violence, or sexual violence, and I believe each of these scenes is an important part of the story and that they help us to understand our main characters. Because this is the story of a young T* girl discovering herself, there is sex between people of the same and opposite sexes. This is therefore X-rated. But because the sex is presented in what I hope is a realistic, but necessary way, I don't believe it crosses to XXX.

Some of you with more sensitive sensibilities might disagree, although in the end I hope you will agree that each scene containing sex is an integral part of the story. Acknowledgments: This story was first posted on Storysite between March and November of 2001. If have edited it only to remove mistakes and for clarity. The story is the same. Writing it was a year long journey that I could never have pulled off by myself. So, I would like to thank the people who helped me. To each of you named below, thanks for your continued conversation, friendship, and support. Writing is hard work, but being able to share that effort with you made it more like a joy.

Specifically I'd like to start by thanking Elaine, to whom I owe my deepest appreciation for being a wonderfully supportive and insightful friend and editor. I would like thank Lesley, who undertook the usually thankless task of proofreading much of this very long story, and who I repeatedly undermined by going back and rewriting parts she had already finished. Ellen Hayes and I had a long-running discussion about writing and I would like to thank her for helping me keep my eye on my target and finally allowing me to bring the story to life, instead of making it a parody. Vickie Tern read an early version of this story (and then parts of a later one) and identified many of the discrepancies and inconsistencies that drive readers crazy. More importantly, however, she identified some of the key strong points so I could build on them. Finally, I'd like to thank Dawn DeWinter, who worked hard to help me understand what was important and what was not in the early parts of the story. Thanks girls

Kelly Ann