Part 2 of the series out today! Read it here (free with Kindle Unlimited)
Part 2 of the Gendermorph series is now live on Amazon!
I’m pleased to announce I’ve finally finished working on my new series of erotica-Gendermorph!
The First part has been uploaded and the rest will soon follow, I’ll write a new blog post for each one.
The Gendermorph books are based loosely on my own experiences of having a ‘pussy’ which my partner has managed to find and tease out of me. It made me think-what would it be like to actually shift gender? Would it be a struggle? Would having two different sets of genitals cause conflicting emotions, feelings and drives?
Male underwear is boring. This is fact. Whether it’s loose fitting boxers, tight Y-fronts or jockey style underwear it serves a purpose-to hold and possibly protect your bits from being caught in a zipper. And that’s it. It can be decorative in terms of what’s printed on it or fun but sexy? That’s a tricky one.
Of course, sexy male underwear exists. It’s just that it’s mainly in the form of satin thongs, leopard print posing pouches or some kind of novelty face or ‘hat’ to contain your bits. Funny, sure. Sexy, no. It’s definitely not as good as conveying the ‘I’m in the mood for something kinky’ message female underwear is.
My first experience wearing women’s panties was quite some time ago. Over ten years in fact.
First up I would like to state that I know most women in the UK prefer the term ‘knickers’, whereas Americans seem to use ‘panties’. Then there are strange idioms such as ‘panty-sniffer’ but you wouldn’t say ‘knicker-sniffer’. Likewise, you can have ‘crotchless knickers’ but not crotchless panties’.
I think of both terms as interchangeable but I personally prefer ‘panties’ as they imply a kinky undertone. Probably tracks with me wanting to feel like a ‘girl’ rather than a ‘woman’ or maybe something else I’ve not even thought of.
So here it is. First blog post. It’s honestly kinda strange even writing these words knowing that there’s a quite high probability that they’ll never actually be read by anyone as I haven’t got a clue about digital marketing, SEO’s (they’re important apparently!) or how to get people to find you online. Saying that, (deep breath) here goes…