My Female-Led Relationship and Male Feminisation novels and articles
Georgina Falkland has a solution for boys who've done bad things. Jamie lost $56M for his financial trading company due to negligence. Unforunately for him, his boss is Georgina Falkland and she has just the thing to straighten him out. He'll never make a bad trade again. He'll never do a financial trade again. He'l never be the same person again following his mistake. He'll never be Jamie again.
Patrick meets Elizabeth an older wealthy businesswoman. He wants her for her money. She wants him for something entirely different. Elizabeth finds the excuse she needed to do whatever she wants to her weak husband. No longer held back by any residual moral reasons, she begins his transformation in earnest. There are no limits to what she feels she can do to him.
Ruth Amey is rich and wants an heir to her company fortune. She also wants that heir to be a niece. The problem is her only living relative is the son of her dead husband's brother, David. In the 3rd book in the series set during the Covid pandemic, we find David going along with his aunt's ideas to get to her wealth. He allows her to make him her pretty young niece, Primrose. The Covid restrictions give David little room for manoeuvre.
My quandary is this: I want my feminized husband to be as female looking as possible, but also to remain biologically male underneath. For this post I'm going to look at why I want him to remain male, why I want him even more feminised than he is now and then how I think I can square this circle.
David and Ruth are middle aged and out of work. The domineering aristocratic Lady Elena Capel-Clifford is looking for staff for her all-female household. It's their only option - they take the job as servants. Lady Capel-Clifford and her arrogant 19-year-old daughter, are happy with Ruth and her attitude to her new role but David needs some work. He's far too male for them.