Monthly Archives March 2016

Yard Sale

Yard Sale By Lilith When Walter Fox bought his used Honda, he joked that the only accessory he needed was a bumper sticker that said, “I stop for Garage Sales!” Not that Walter was a suburbanite with a tract house and two kids. Far from it. Walter was an inveterate rummage sale fan because of his secret life as a cross-dresser. He had been surreptitiously wearing women’s clothes since he was 16 and, home alone for a few hours, had first tried on one of his older sister’s brassieres and panties on a spur-of-the moment whim. As soon as he
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Star Crossed Maskers

STAR CROSSED MASKERS A MASKING EXPERIENCE STORY BY RITA CHANTE Author’s Note: This is a copyrighted story centered around two maskers crossing paths in their unmasked personas while at a convention with others, and not realizing why they are so attracted to each other. CAST OF CHARACTERS: Oscar Emilio Ernesto Gomez: a man in his mid thirties. Lives at home with his parents after an unsuccessful marriage. Masked identity: Debbie Garcia. Double masks as fur clad Rupaul disguise at the conference ball. Ramona Gomez/Gonzalez: Oscars ex-wife. Feels strangely attracted to Debbie. Disguises herself as Kim Bassinger at the conference ball. Pablo Armada: Ramona’s new boyfriend. Hits
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Special Event

Special Event By Lilith Jim Sutton gave his face a last, long look in the motel mirror and pursed his lips in an expression that showed equal parts of anticipation, excitement and perplexity. The image that looked back at him was, to put it mildly, somewhat strange. From the neck up, he was a handsome young man with short, straight blond hair smoothly tucked into a snug wig cap. The rather chiseled male features that stared out of the mirror would have been disturbing to almost any onlooker. The fact was, they did not go with the rest of his reflection at all. You
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Ski Masking

SKI MASKING: A MASKING EXPERIENCE STORY by Chante Ted Molinar was tired of looking at Valerie in one of those Nordic ski masks every time they hit the slopes. She was a relatively vain woman and concerned with what the ice and cold, not to mention the solar reflection off the snow, could do to her skin. While Ted was sensitive to her need, and appreciated that she kept herself in her concept of “beautiful” for both of them, as avid skiers, he was spending more of his winter looking at a bank bandit on the slopes, than his lovely lady. Then
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Signed, Sealed and Delivered

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED by Cathy T (cathy_t_99@yahoo.com) Hi everybody. This is my very first attempt at writing a story for othere to read. I hope this works and I hope you all like it. I’d like to dedicate this to my two net angels, Prue and neri. They saved me from myself one dark night, and without their help and encouragement, this story would not exist. Nor would I. Thank you, you two nuts. For everything. Where do I begin this strange tale? I guess it begins by introducing myself. My name is Jim Matthews and I am, or was, a five foot eight, one hundred and fifty
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Self Deception

Author’s Note: This work of fiction is the sole property of Necromancer Publications. Any reproduction without the express written consent of the authors is prohibited by law. If consent is given, all rights, both primary and proprietary, remain the sole property of the authors and the authors reserve the right to request that all reprinting of this work be removed or discontinued at any time. All reprinting or use of this work must contain this entire note, under penalty of law. Self Deception By da Bunnyman and Dark Angel Simon had run almost a full mile before checking to see
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Santa Sex

SANTA SEX: By Chante A MASKING EXPERIENCE STORY Santa Claus had always been a big disappointment for Lisa Gutierrez when she was a child. It seemed like her brothers were always getting the good stuff. When they got a series of action figures and slot car sets, she got some dumb fancy Barbie doll that had to stay in a box so that it would be worth something when she was grown. She never got something she wanted. Everything was stuff you normally got at the end of summer when you went back to school. She would religiously waited in line at several department
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The Roommate

The Roomate by Vicki Mock “It has been years, Annette,” she said, “how did you ever find me?” “Well, Maggie, it wasn’t difficult–we’re old room mates, remember–I know you better than anyone.” They laugh and reminisce about their college days when both were young and free. “ I heard you got divorced,” said Annette, “sorry to hear about it.” “No problem, it’s all right now,” said Maggie. “You see, we just couldn’t seem to make it work somehow. John was a sweet guy, but there were some issues–basically we changed and grew apart.” They talk through the afternoon, and after
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The Replacement Bride

THE REPLACEMENT BRIDE A NANCY BOOTS ADVENTURE AUTHOR’S NOTE: This work is a collaborative effort between Rita Chante and Booted Nancy. The overall inspiration for this semi-fictitious tale comes for the most part from Booted Nancy. Dear Monica: I find myself writing to you again after and event that happened to me last month. I seem addicted to getting into these situations and need some advice as to how to stay out of them. Maybe if I tell you the story you can figure out what I need to do. It seems many people get wedding invitations from people they know or past
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The Promise

The Promise by Vicki Mock “Here, honey” I said, “put this on.” We stood before the mirror, and I handed her the mask. It was very thin and light, almost insubstantial–an oval of translucent tan rubber with some coloring on the lips and cheeks, and it was wet from being held under the faucet briefly. She took it from me and examined it. She had shown reluctance to do this in the past, but she had resolved, for the sake of our relationship I suppose, to go along with my desires. “OK, how do I do it, like this?” she
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