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Paper doll 9 by Daphnesecretgarden Paper doll 9 by Daphnesecretgarden
Here's my little tribute to the wig. If you know anything about me, then you know I get frustrated and bored with crossdressing art that shows boys looking so much like girls that you cannot tell the difference. Even in the story they make the boy so girlish that you might as well be reading a girl's romance novel. For me the excitement and fun of crossdressing art and literature is in the confusion and danger that comes from the act of dressing like - and not necessarily becoming - a girl. :slow:

In this act Butch's Nana decides that her pretty nephew might enjoy taking his dressup game to the next level. The next few frames show him off in a variety of looks, each sillier and humiliating that the last.
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Alicia576 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012
He looks so cute in his outfit. Grandma should give him a spanking over her knee.
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Daphnesecretgarden Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012
How do you think she got him to dress up? LOL!!! A firm, loving hand is very persuasive indeed. :spank::tighthug:
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eleventhdr Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
yes but when you go this far to make a boy so gilry you just might as well transform him into a real her and then he is a real gilry at last and does not have to cover herself up and longer becasue at last he is a real she i know that i wish this would happen to e and i love the blonde wigs on this gilry boy he sure looks like a real gilry to me and not jsut a crossdresed boy! i think he porbaly wants to be a girl nayway like so may of us boys in dresses wish and want to be to put on a dress and transform into girlhoood at last yes please i want this so bad for myself and i think a whole lot of other boys in dresses want this to!
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colleen-eris Featured By Owner May 29, 2011
First of all, let me say that I totally agree with your comment in Paper doll 9. A certain publisher relies heavily on a complete suspension of disbelief and that the reader will accept that all a male has to do is slip on a dress, apply a little make up, pop on a wig and Voilą!, the character has an instant wavy curvy little figure and with a little practice becomes completely passible. Now don't get me wrong, I'm all for fantasy fiction, it's just that the stories can be sooo bland, that it seems more like a task of endurance, rather than joy to make it to the end.
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Daphnesecretgarden Featured By Owner May 29, 2011
I hear ya, sistah-girl. :boogie: I've bought more books that were disappointments than I can remember. There are rare exceptions that captured the experience as I knew it or could identify with. Of course, this is my perspective of the world. To each his - or her - own. :slow:

No matter. Again, this is one of the reasons I write what I write and draw what I draw. I get teased and criticized for the old ladies and mommies that coerce and lure my heroes into feminine garb. That's fine. I write and create mostly for myself; the fact that I've had such an audience these past ten or fifteen years surprises no one more than me. :slow:

Thanks for the kind words. I'm glad we found each other. :hug::kiss::hug:
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