Saturday, February 18, 2017

Soul (Part 1)

Jason stood frozen at the sight he just witnessed. He had just seen his own body struck by a bus. It didn’t even seem possible. He wasn’t aware that the bus was there until he clearly saw what was his body getting hit. It almost seemed like his soul was fully aware of the danger and stepped out of the way without having his body follow. Of course, even if he managed to save his soul, his body had just died. In which case, how was his soul still hanging around?

Jason had been putting most of the pieces together pretty well. Just as he was about to get hit, his soul jumped from his body. What he hadn’t figured out yet was that his soul jumped from his body and into another one. His soul wasn’t just “hanging around,” it had found a new home.

Of course, one could forgive Jason for not realizing he was now a woman at first. After all, he had just seen his own body die, which is a lot to take in just by itself.

Friday, February 17, 2017


Ryan had been hitting the gym a little more often this year, hoping to get into shape. Unfortunately, this was not the shape he had hoped to get! It started as a pretty typical trip to the gym. He had gone for a run on the treadmill, which he often did. His slowly crept the speed up the machine up bit by bit. But then the thing jolted in a weird way, sending him flying back. He fell right into a woman walking by. He felt a bit of pain from the workout and a bit more from the impact, and after colliding with the woman, he felt like his body and hers were all tangled up. As he picked himself up from the floor, he soon came to realize exactly how accurate that description was. Something about the impact must have dislodged his soul from his body, because he was now in hers! He looked in the mirror, trying to keep calm, but all he could think about was how impossible this was. People don’t just randomly switch bodies! His own body still laid unconscious on the floor. He was hoping that it would wake up soon. He had no idea how he was going to deal with this without a little help.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Pushed Away

Jack couldn’t believe how well the night was going. He was sitting in the backseat of a cab making out with his girlfriend, Stephanie. He was sure that this was the night that she would take him back to her place and they would go all the way. It all seemed to be going so well, but as they exited the vehicle her attitude quickly changed. She pushed him away, telling him to get back in the cab, and go home. What he didn’t know was that as he drove home in the backseat, Jack was still technically in the cab with Stephanie; except that she was now driving in the front seat, having swapped bodies with the cab driver.

Meanwhile, back up in Stephanie’s apartment, the cab driver was checking out his new life. He had actually intended to swap with Jack, but a slight miscalculation caused him to switch with Stephanie instead. Mostly, he was glad to out of the body of the cab driver, though being a woman would certainly take some getting used to. The one thing he was sure he didn’t want to do on his first night as a new gender was get deflowered, which is why he sent Jack packing as soon as he could.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Blind Date

It was the third blind date that David had gone on that week. It wasn’t the worst of the three, but David didn’t think he’d be seeing her again any time again. She was cute, and he even liked her. There was just something about the evening; the two just didn’t click quite right. He just wanted to get back home, have one more drink, and then go to bed.

He poured himself a glass of wine and sat down at his kitchen counter. He was about halfway done when he felt strange. He reached his hand up to his head; there was suddenly a lot more hair than there was just a few seconds ago. He looked down at his legs. His pants were gone, replaced with bare legs and a skirt. And that skirt looked familiar. He recognized the entire outfit, but it still seemed impossible. He slowly walked over to the mirror to confirm his fears and got the shock of his life.

The face staring back at him belonged to the woman he had gone out of a date with tonight. He was expecting to never see her again, but now he was going to be seeing her every day.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

No Matter

Dr. Kevin Marx was excited. His experiment had been a success; perhaps more than he could’ve ever imagined. The goal of his work for the past two decades had been the ability to transmit brain waves from one body to another, essentially a body swap. He had strapped into a chair in his lab, expecting to swap bodies with one of his assistants seated right next to him. Instead, his consciousness shot straight out of his lab -- straight out of the entire building -- and right into the body of a woman who had been walking outside. He realized he must have gotten a few calculations wrong, but the fact that he was now in someone else’s meant his core theories were correct! He was sure that it would take him some time to find his error. Until he did, he wouldn’t be able to control who he swapped with. He couldn’t take that risk. It didn’t matter much to him. He’d just continue to work in this body until he could correct any flaw. However, the prospect of waiting to swap back mattered very much to the woman he had swapped with.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Out of the Stall

Jerry walked into the men’s room and stood in front of the urinal. But before he could get a chance to use it, he was startled by a woman coming out of one of the stalls. She stuttered for a moment as she tried to explain that she wasn’t a woman, or rather she was a woman now, but she hadn’t been one just a few minutes ago. There was some sort of blue light, something about an alien and an experiment -- she couldn’t quite remember all the details. She did remember being a man. In fact, she remembered most of who she was except for her old name. She ran absent-mindedly into the bathroom, not really thinking about the gender written on the door. She also felt a strong desire she couldn’t explain, which of course was due to the Role Exchanger increasing the sex drive of this man’s new body by a thousand times.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Zero Guilt

Jason sat patiently on the bench as he waited for Claire. This was where they had agreed to meet in order to swap their bodies back, but he was beginning to think that she wasn’t going to show up. He really couldn’t blame her; he was thinking of not showing up himself. He had enjoyed every single moment since they first swapped bodies. He didn’t want to swap back at all, but he didn’t think it was fair to keep Claire stuck in his body either. He showed up for her. If she wanted her body back, she’d be able to get it. But if she was just ditching out, that means he could keep her body with zero guilt.