Quickie Futanari Stories: Coming Clean

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
What do you do when you like a guy and he doesn't know you're a Futanari? Addison is on her fourth date with James and decides that it's time to tell him about her genetic situation. After dinner they go back to his place and she finally decides to come clean about why they haven't slept together. But what's the best way - show or tell? More

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Francis W. Porretto reviewed on on June 28, 2015

This is good as far as it goes. I caught only one serious error, and I was particularly intrigued by your variation on the futanari “gift.” However, it’s unfinished. James and Addison are sufficiently interesting and sufficiently involved that the reader should be allowed to know whether they become “an item.” It would result in social complications for both, at least under certain circumstances. Will James tell his pals about Addison’s “gift?” What if others should find out by accident, the way Stacie did? would James “hang in there,” remaining true to her despite whatever reactions others might evince? Can Addison conceive and bear a child? Imagine the delivery! – The challenge of dealing with those complications would be enough for many men to quote Voltaire: “Mais non! Once, a philosopher; twice, a pervert!” (Old joke).

Another aspect of the thing occurs to me: James might become obsessed with Addison’s body, and no matter how sexual a woman is, if she’s emotionally healthy, she’ll want a broader relationship with her lover. That’s worth a few minutes’ thought.

Please consider carrying this story forward. As well as you’ve begun it, it deserves more conflict, more exploration of the opportunities for complications, and an emotional conclusion rather than a sexual one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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