Friday, 19 October 2012

An intimate moment

A boy and a dress. Perhaps it’s his dress and he’s looking forward to wearing it. Or perhaps this is the real world, and it belongs to his sister, and he’s sneaked an opportunity to dream.


  1. I don't want to sound rude but the world needs more of you writing much more than more of you painting.

    1. I never claim to be a great artist, but whereas you can find quite a lot of gender role reversal fiction, etc, there is a huge empty space in the internet where the pictures ought to be.

  2. Thought you might find this interesting, F. Scott Fitzgerald "dressed up" for a role in one of his plays in his college days...

  3. Jamie, I'm sorry, but I wouldn't have said that if I didn't think that what we lack is role reversal fiction. And no, I disagree, you are a GREAT artist. Don't be overly modest, you paint amazingly, just like a little 20th century college-girl! ;-). No, really, you are top notch... but I think what we need more is role reversal fiction. I don't know any other good role reversal fiction blogs that aren't either overtly commercial or full of horrible photographs (porn). The only very good role reversal story I read (and it wasn't per se role reversal, it just was very heavy on it) is my favorite Femdom story: Ariana's Scandal. The author disappeared into thin air after making the story and that was the end of that. You wrote great stories once, but then you just started drawing. It's great that you draw, but... you can look at a picture once or twice... a story, that's different.

    BTW, I'm the same person who commented on Oct 30, I just hadn't been back in a while because I'm not a regular at the blog (you can tell why, huh? but I admire your work a lot anyway, so congratulations).

  4. This is great – finally, acknowledgement of guys who like to dress this way; acknowledgement of any POSITIVE kind is a plus. There are far too many people who are quick to judge us pigtailed and beribboned lads as Savile and Glitter types – I speak from experience, alas. Nothing of the sort – we just like being pretty girlies.