Living next door to Alice


forced feminisationIt’s highly unlikely that our neighbours know they are living next door to Alice. This got me thinking again (I think far too much) that we have always believed our neighbours either side and in the general area to be very conservative and straight. It’s that kind of neighbourhood. Then Alice pointed out that the gentleman next door is the one who does all the work in the home and garden, such as we can see that is.

I’d say that we have NEVER seen his perfectly fit and healthy wife do anything except sit outside in the summer and be served drinks and snacks. We haven’t seen a curtsy yet though so we’re not that sure. So are female led relationships more common than we know? Do we conform to one set of social rules for external viewing and another in the privacy of the home?

With that thought in mind I have realised that Alice is being increasingly exposed to a wider audience away from the immediate local vicinity. Another exposure as a female awaits making her increasingly nervous. We met our new friends last week for a vanilla meal. Vanilla for us but once again we were impressed that our friends arrived at the restaurant as attractive females. We have agreed to meet at each others’ homes which means Alice will have to be Alice rather than her male guise.

I think this type of interaction is important for both Alice and me. For Alice so that she becomes increasingly used to being accepted as female away from just me and important for me as I get new ideas from others.

So whilst there are those who may not realise they are living next door to Alice, an increasing number of others now know all about Alice.

PS An update thanks to CorsetJane who reminded me of the comedy re-make of the song ‘Living Next Door to Alice’. I was thinking of the original.

 

About Lady Alexa

I am a writer and a believer in the immense benefits of male feminisation and female domination. My blog records my true-life experiences in these areas. I also have several novels and a non-fiction book published on Amazon about forced feminisation which you can find under my pen name Lady Alexa. I live in a quiet corner of North London with my obedient and feminised husband/housewife.
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8 Responses to Living next door to Alice

  1. corsetjane says:

    Alice…Alice…Who the **** is Alice???? lol
    Well, we all know about Alice….and are so much the happier for it! (if not a little bit jealous)
    Each blog entry adds another delightful twist LadyA…this one particularly so… interacting in person with others in the same game opens up a whole new dimension and one that we will love hearing about…even if we can feel Alice squirming a bit already….
    I get the impression that you are full of ideas, ingenuity and originality…but, as you say, there’s nothing like getting more ideas on how to add to Alice’s femininity! πŸ™‚
    Good luck with this new chapter the pair of you (and your new found friends).
    There’s a warm glow about this one ….and its not just from Alice’s blushes to come…

    cj πŸ™‚

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  2. Girl louise says:

    Just thinking that as days are getting longer and soon warmer it may be time to think of and start planning a fancy dress barbeque in the back garden and have some ‘acceptable exposure’ And it would be acceptable to see Alice in her ‘costume’ before the event – if she is really lucky she could wear a maid outfit for the event

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  3. Jennifer Cox says:

    How about Alice in Chains? πŸ˜‰

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  4. Sissy Chloe says:

    Or Alice in wonderbra? Dressed in pleats and ruffles and a nice curly wig. Or a wonderful dress, indeed!

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