A Forced Feminisation Story – A Sister-in-Law’s Law

a sister in laws lawA successful businesswoman, confident that women are superior to men, is concerned about her sister who is married to a loser. She hatches a plan to show her sister that a better life exists by transforming her sister’s husband into a feminised housemaid.

The story describes how the husband’s initial anger and discomfort at what is happening to him are gradually overcome as he starts to embrace his new life.

For a sample click here: A Sister-in-Law’s Law

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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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9 Responses to A Forced Feminisation Story – A Sister-in-Law’s Law

  1. collysis says:

    Is that Alices silhouette on the cover? 😉


  2. chloe cashmere says:

    Lady A. Knowing you are an advocate for the emasculation, submission and feminization of men, I wanted to ask You a question relating to something which happened today. i am currently in a customer service line of work and this afternoon a lady who was perhaps 10 yrs my senior came clicking by in high heels a pretty dress and cover up with nice makeup. i loved Her outfit and wanted to tell Her as much. So i offered to help Her in any way She needed. i went out of my way to make sure She had any assistance required then as She was leaving i remarked “that’s a really cute outfit by the way”. She smiled and said “oh, thank you!” And left. Now I’m worried that she may think I was trying to hit on her which is totally Inappropriate. so my questions are, how likely is it that what I said would be taken as from a man who enjoys women’s clothes. And is there a better phrase to use to ensure my emasculation. Thank you x


    • Lady A says:

      Yes there is a better phrase as I wouldn’t advise you say a ‘cute outfit’. Cute is for children and girls. I tell Alice she looks cute for example. You need to be more submissive and tell her that it’s attractive and comments on the details such as the material or design and maybe even comment that it’s unfair that women get all the best clothing and materials.

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      • chloe cashmere says:

        What would She think if i were to ask Her about a specific piece and where did She get it? Would it be different depending on what it was, like, i like Your cardigan, or i like your necklace or skirt where did You get it?


      • Lady A says:

        I think that would be a good idea

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      • chloe cashmere says:

        I’ll try it. It’s hard to find just the right things to say to make a lady aware that one is an emasculated sissy in a gentle, subtle but obvious way. Important though

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  3. Sissy Chloe says:

    Dear Chloe Cashmere, in my experience, it’s hard to talk about clothes and fashion with women in general, and any man attempting to do so may get “dismissed” very easily. For instance, I would also love to be able to tell a lady how much I like her blouse, handbag or cardigan, but even when I do muster the courage and do so, they tend to more or less ignore the comment because it comes from a man. As I don’t engage in dressing up but just enjoy sissihood vicariously, it’s not really a problem, but for you it might work to say something like: “If I may say so, I ADORE your blouse / skirt / cardigan. Women are so lucky to wear such beautiful things. OMG, how does it feel?” Then if you get some kind of response along the lines of “Perhaps you should try it then” or something like that, you can continue the conversation (e.g. “Actually, I would LOVE to try it someday. Would you give me some tips, please? I’m serious – I’d really appreciate it.” Then, if she asks: “Sure, what do you want to know?” you can ask her about a concrete outfit: e.g. “I would love to try on a dress. Do you think it would suit me?” etc. The point is – if you play your cards right, with the right kind of person – trying to make each step sound like something she may want to reply to, you could get yourself into an actual conversation about your favourite subject. And – very importantly – always project an air of modest and genuine respect. What have you got to lose? If things don’t go as planned, you can always use the “universal excuse” that you were joking (which just need to learn to pull off in a credible way). Now, be a good emasculated sissy and work your way into that wonderful conversation (and do tell how it went).

    p.s. Funny we chose the same sissy name. Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?


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