No Way Out

  • Thanks to Wendy and everybody. Sorry about the rocky start. I've already had FM suggested to me in private, which is where the story will be after I've finished it. While it's not everyone's cup of tea, the nice thing about that genre is that it's easy to write but without the emotional investment I put into my serious writing. It's a good way to keep my literary muscles flexed so I don't go off into a slump where I don't write for months or longer. My website has a lot of my serious writing on it, including a dozen trans related articles in the Journalism and Trans Articles sections. One of these days I'll have to put a couple of my screenplays up there too.

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      October 28, 2009 6:53 PM GMT
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  • Christine,
    It sounds like your story wants a home at http://www.fictionmania.com which has G through XXX rated stories on it and is a safe site for adults.
    "A live lived in fear is a life half-lived." - Native American proverb. "Inside every man is a woman who was drowned in testosterone before birth". - Wendy Jeanette Larsen "It is better to be hated for what you are than loved for what you're not." - Andre Gide (French writer)
      October 27, 2009 3:56 PM GMT
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  • Hi Christine,

    While I was pretty horrified by your initial post/story, your later posts don't seem, at least to me, as "in your face" as I first reacted to you.
    As someone who hopes to express herself by her writing, I'll put aside my first impressions with a "let's all get along" from here. I hope you see fit to post more of you writing here on TW as long as you realize this is a very different site than some others.

    A belated welcome,
    Melody

    <p><span style="color: #800080;">Girls will be boys and boys will be girls It's a mixed up muddled up shook up world except for Lola Lo-lo-lo-lo Lola</span> - Ray Davies, The Kinks</p> <p><span style="color: #3366ff;">(S)he's a walking contradiction, partly truth and partly fiction</span> - Kris Kristofferson</p>
      October 26, 2009 1:05 AM GMT
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  • Thanks, Nikki! I endeavor not to be the new kid that swaggers onto a playground and then try to tell those who've been there awhile what is what. My only concern is that, perhaps partly as a reaction to trying to avoid stereotypes, we may sometimes deny our own sexuality so we don't feed the stereotypes or otherwise become associated with "those people." It's the subject of my latest TransActive column at TGForum.com. Nonetheless, when there is an established community standard, it's important to abide by it. (Unless, of course, that standard says "don't transgress your assigned gender.")

    Anyway, thanks for your welcome!

    Christine
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      October 25, 2009 8:13 PM GMT
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  • Hi Christine B, having just read through this thread I am impressed by your attitude, a lot of people would have sulked over Christine S's reply, (which was correct advice to give you to be honest). I hope you will certainly put some other work up here though, as you clearly enjoy writing. As Chris S said, we aren't prudes, we are just trying to distance ourselves from porn sites, which a lot of the uneducated masses think every Tgirl is a part of, they don't understand that for hte most part we are just normal women.

    Anyway, that said, welcome to the site.

    Nikki
    Every woman is beautiful, some show it with their faces, others show it with their hearts.
      October 25, 2009 2:29 PM GMT
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    Thanks for the reply CB, I'll try to get across to your site over the next week or so - hanging my head in shame, I've neglected the CW forum the past week or two as I selfishly concentrate on my debut novel :( - the whole point of the forum is to encourage the art of writing. Not necessarily trans issues - although they are welcome! - but because artistic expression is one of the key points that we have. A real bonus. Look forward to seeing you there...
    www.raekelcou.com
      October 25, 2009 1:29 AM GMT
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  • Hello, Rae! Since 1990 I've published over a hundred of articles, most of it either Trans, LGBT politics, San Francisco Bay Area politics, activism, Clean & Sober issues and some fetish community articles. I've archived a good sampling of my 18 years of journalism, especially the trans articles, at my website. So you can see where my writing has stood for a while now! :)

    It's been the better part of a decade since I tried any fiction writing and I just got this crazy idea for a story that popped in my head last night that I thought some of the readers here might appreciate. I certainly didn't mean to offend. Actually, I've just finished off a book and had to do something with my literary energy so I put it into an inconsequential little (if steamy tale) that I had no real personal involvement in and thus I'd not be editing and rewriting it for a week. I'm also working on a television pilot with a friend, so I'll be doing that for a bit until my literary manager is free to meet and we can discuss my next project.

    Thank you for your understanding and hospitality.

    Cheers!

    Christine

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      October 25, 2009 1:15 AM BST
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    Christine B, I'm glad you removed the link - that'll explain why I couldn't find anything to read! Phew, thought I was going madder than I usually am...

    Ok, judging by the comments made, it probably wouldn't have been something I'd want to read. That said, neither did I get the chance to see what standard your writing is at.

    Hopefully, you'll be aware we have a Creative Writing forum where you'll be more than welcome. In a non-erotic way I'm afraid. I think I said somewhere if it'll make my granny blush don't post it! But as the forum matures, it'll be a place to discuss writing, where you're at, how to move forward etc etc etc.

    x
    www.raekelcou.com
      October 25, 2009 12:39 AM BST
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  • Ms. Shye, it's a moot point now but perhaps you didn't read closely enough. The images on the subject's laptop were not of minors. The blackmail was sending them to an alleged minor (which installment two would have shown was a bluff, there was no such person), so "wonder" no more.

    BTW, the person in that accompanying photo was a postop, so any "willy" you saw was your imagination.

    Regards,

    Christine

    P.S. Anyway, the story is gone and I now know better than to post such content here. I apologize to anyone who was offended. That certainly was not my intent. Peace.
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      October 24, 2009 10:40 PM BST
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  • Another thing that concerns me, is the fantasy blackmail scenario, over the underage, images, on your laptop, Does that make me wonder, yes it does.

    Another thing that concerns me is the piccie, your average Jo blogs's perception, of a tranny, legs akimbo, teetering on heels with their willy showing through their knickers.

    Cristine Jennifer Shye.  B/L.  B/Acc
      October 24, 2009 9:48 PM BST
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  • Christine,

    Your story is "Tranny Porn", not "Tranny Fiction". I'm no prude, but this is not the proper venue for something like this. There are sites that specialize in this sort of thing, but I think Katie has gone to great lengths to make sure this isn't one of them.

    Hope you find a more appropriate place for your writing efforts....
    Melody
    <p><span style="color: #800080;">Girls will be boys and boys will be girls It's a mixed up muddled up shook up world except for Lola Lo-lo-lo-lo Lola</span> - Ray Davies, The Kinks</p> <p><span style="color: #3366ff;">(S)he's a walking contradiction, partly truth and partly fiction</span> - Kris Kristofferson</p>
      October 24, 2009 9:41 PM BST
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  • Christine,

    I don't want to sound a holier than thou sort, having done a few things, that would make even you blush, but a ck is a ck a clit is a clit.. Too much information, not realy subtle and I realy don't think this type of thing should realy be on public display, I suggest you confine it your own files, put up a link with a warning as to content, so that people who wish to be titlilated with stuff like this can go and read it. and I should imagine the piccies will be banned, having one of my own banned that just had the hint of a nipple protruding, which I did not notice when uploading it for vetting.

    And most women regard their clothes and undies as very personal things, think I would be very, very upset and annoyed if i found somone in my undies, probably end up burning them all.

    But if thats your bag, go for it. But please not here. But there again, somone will probably shoot me down in flames.


    it won't even let me say c o c k
    Cristine
    Cristine Jennifer Shye.  B/L.  B/Acc
      October 24, 2009 9:19 PM BST
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  • I've gone through some of the other stories here, so I hope that I'm not too far out of the ballpark of acceptable content. It's been years since I contributed any of my trans erotica anywhere, (actually not since my short story about a transsexual vampire was published in "Herotica 4" in 1995), but I never quit writing them. This one struck me yesterday and I was up until 5AM (Los Angeles time) writing it. I just did an editing pass and it's ready for you. Are you ready for it? Please leave feedback. If it appears I'm not out of bounds I'll be happy to continue it. Please let me know if I can/should go further, both in story and intensity. I want to entertain you!

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    Now I know. Thank you for your feedback.

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    To be continued if desired (and permitted!)
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      October 24, 2009 8:53 PM BST
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