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Alicia's TG Story in Episode App!

So I've been working on a story in the Episode app. It's called "The Switch" and you can find it here: http://episodeinteractive.com/s/4961405584015360

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Saturday, January 11, 2020

In Flight Surprise

Marcy generally hated it when guys hit on her. It was nothing short of obnoxious. From the moment she sat down on, she could tel the guy next to her was trouble. He made passes at her; he whispered a few rude comments. Normally, this would be one of those annoying moment, but this time she had a trick up her sleeve...or rather down her skirt.

She decided to lead him on a little. By the middle of the flight, he was practically begging to meet him in the bathroom. She agreed, and that’s where she shared her little secret.

Her husband had worked on a device that allowed two people to swap bodies parts, and she had borrowed the part between his legs. When she revealed this to the man from the plane in the bathroom, he was in shock. He wondered how had been hitting on a guy this whole time? But he looked so much like a woman? Did this make him gay? He exited the bathroom, and sulked back to his seat. Marcy smiled as she sat back down next to him, knowing his wasn’t going to say a word for the rest of the flight.

Friday, January 10, 2020

Coping

Coping with the Great Shift was hard for many. Across the globe reactions ranged from excitement to depression. Jeffrey was shocked when he realized he was in the body of an Asian woman. He tried shaving his head to feel more masculine, but it didn’t help. In response, he began to cry, which didn’t help his emotional state. He believed that men didn’t cry, only women. And it only further solidified that feeling of being unable to accept his new body...
Coping with the Great Shift was hard for many. Across the globe reactions ranged from excitement to depression. Jeffrey was shocked when he realized he was in the body of an Asian woman. He tried shaving his head to feel more masculine, but it didn’t help. In response, he began to cry, which didn’t help his emotional state. He believed that men didn’t cry, only women. And it only further solidified that feeling of being unable to accept his new body...

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Law Degree (Part 2)

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After Justin graduated law school, he went looking for a job. It proved difficult for him to get a job at any firm. Being fresh out of school, he lacked much experience, but almost everyone didn’t want to bring him on a junior lawyer. They figured he wouldn’t be able to keep up with the demands since he looked so old. The only offer he eventually got was to be a secretary, which felt humiliating yet he accepted it anyway. He thought about going off on to practice on his own, but he’d need to build up some savings first, which was hard as a secretary. Every day at work was just depressing. Heck, every day since he first got this body had just been worse and worse...

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Law Degree

“Just look at me,” Justin said while pointing to his face, “I have the body of a 40 year old woman thanks to that accident. By the time I finish getting my law degree, I’ll probably be going through menopause or something. Who’s going to hire me when I’m already over the hill?”

“Relax, honey,” His mom said, “Your brain was transferred into that body to save your life. The doctors gave you all the paperwork to prove who you really are, and that you’re actually 23 years old.”

“Sometimes I wish you had let me die instead.”

“Please don’t talk like that, Justin. It’s horrible. Everyone is glad you survived that terrible accident.”

Justin grumbled as he took another sip of coffee...

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Lay Off

Mike was hopeful when he first saw his girlfriend Kayla approaching. She had the usual sway to her step, but then she sat down with a slouch and spread her legs wide.

“That’s still you, Nick, isn’t it?” Mike asked.

“Of course it’s still me,” Nick retorted from Kayla’s body, “Kayla and I couldn’t figure out how to swap back.”

“But the way you walked up here -- ”

“Is only because she forced me to wear her heels!” Mike interrupted before taking a sip of an iced mocha, “It’s hard to walk any other way wearing these damned things, unless I want to fall flat on my face.

”Maybe you could take up some more of her habits, like not sitting like a guy? Or laying off the sugary drinks? You’re gong to make my girlfriend fat.”

“Oh, lay off, dude, you’re worse than she is! It’s my body until we can swap back, and I’ll do what I want with it. You may be my best friend, but I’m not going to sit here and be lectured by you! Kayla’s given me enough demands, and we have an agreement on the limits of what I can and can’t do. So stop injecting yourself into it!”

Monday, January 6, 2020

Super Important and Stuff

It seemed like a fascinating experiment. Joel had retired as a psychology professor ten years ago, but still read up on things going on at the local university. The latest experiment involved people swapping minds, and the school was looking for volunteers. Joel signed up, figuring as a nearly eighty year old man, he’d significantly mix up the participant pool, which would likely be mostly college students. They implanted a chip in Joel, and he was told it would be triggered at a later date. Once he swapped, he’d remember who he really was, but he would retain most of the personality and vital skills of the person he swapped with. Joel had so many questions, but he was told to save them for later.

It was a few days before the swap initiated, and suddenly Joel found himself in the middle of the football field during a game. His first thoughts were of the scientific impact of what just happened, but these thoughts soon faded. They just stopped seeming interesting to him as he instead decided to focus on how big he could smile for the crowd. He remembered participating in the experiment for its scientific value, but suddenly the extra cash he was going to get for it seemed much more important. Of course, he couldn’t focus on that right now, could he? He had to nail this cheer routine! It was, like, super important to him and stuff!

Sunday, January 5, 2020

This Day Was Coming

“I’m sure you knew this day was coming,” Yan said aiming a gun at the head that used to belong to him, “I don’t know how you swapped our bodies two years ago, but whatever you did, now’s the time to reverse it and get us back to normal.”

“I would if I could,” Susan sighed, “The reason I ran -- the reason I left you behind in my body -- was because I lost the medallion. I didn’t change us back to normal because I COULDN’T change us back to normal. I just couldn’t bear to tell you. You deserved to still have hope.”

“I don’t believe you.”

“It doesn’t matter. Shoot me if it will make you feel better. Either way, there is still no way back to our own bodies.”