Me again. Coincidentally, within the past six months or so, I’ve been contacted by two different people who have written their own continuations of “Swiss Miss Sissy,” which, in case you don’t remember since it’s been a while, was the story that had been originated by Bea and then taken over by Bambi. It was very gratifying getting messages of this sort, if only to know that there were people who enjoyed and were inspired by SMS. As I’ve complained about in the past, it’s been often difficult to discern if the story was attracting much of an audience. That said, there were elements within both of those continuations that I felt made them not entirely suitable for this blog.
The first person to contact me had written their own epilogue to the story, which, while well written, was also entirely too macabre. It certainly would not have won over anyone who already found SMS too twisted for their liking. I sent it to Bambi and they agreed. The worst part by far was that the epilogue ends with the death of the protagonist, Charles/Cheryl. Yikes. However, I’d be lying if I said that I wasn't also put off by the fact that there’s a description of Cheryl being sexually violated by a group of men.
Yes, in “Swiss Miss Sissy,” Cheryl is violated by multiple women, and I’m not saying that one is more okay than the other, but the simple fact of the matter is that one is a turn-on for me and one isn’t. I’m certain there are probably readers of this blog who are more receptive to the idea of male on sissy sex or whatever, which is totally fine, but if that's the kind of thing you're interested in reading about, I'm sure you can probably find it elsewhere. Naturally, I would hope that LGBT people feel welcome here, but as it says at the top of the page, "A place to collect the thoughts and experiences of heterosexual male cross dressers and transvestites," and I don’t have any personal interest in veering too far away from that mission statement. Before I discovered Bea’s stories, I can remember how challenging it was finding anything within the feminization genre that appealed to my interests as a straight male. Of course, I consider myself very pro-LGBT (I actually just got blocked on deviantART a couple weeks ago by this homophobic Wizard of Oz fan who was mad at me for criticizing him for his anti-gay bigotry), but I doubt anyone would consider me a homophobe for not wishing to read about a gay gangbang. I feel as though I’ve gotten a bit more flexible over the years when it comes to what I’m comfortable with, but I have my limits.
As I noted, the second continuation I was sent more recently also had a part that didn’t feel like anything Bea would have really approved of and didn’t fit with the story that Bambi is (was?) trying to tell, but the scene I found objectionable was easier to excise, so after this rambling preamble, I will be sharing it in a somewhat edited form.
I do feel a bit weird appointing myself the arbiter of what is and isn’t appropriate for this blog and for “Swiss Miss Sissy” specifically, but having been somewhat acquainted with Bea and particularly well acquainted Bea’s work, I believe I have a decent handle on what they would and wouldn’t have been okay with as far as feminization scenarios go. Besides, Bea made me a blog contributor, so I'd like to think that meant that my judgement was trusted.