This caption is just a fun bit of fluff. There was no photo manipulation, and I went the easiest route in terms of writing (just dialogue). However, I thought it worked out well. I've always liked the idea of feminization as punishment -- you know, the bad boy who is forced to become a girl (sometimes good...sometimes very, very bad). for a period of time. In most of these stories, the character resists the feminization at first, but over time starts to really embrace it. So, by the time their "sentence" is finished, they are more girl than boy.
Sure, it satisfies our fetish, but realistically, it sort of makes sense too. We all know that many confused boys act out to hide their own inadequacies (as men). Further, any boy who would allow such a thing as feminization to happen to them (in this sort of situation), no matter the term, probably, deep down, wants it. It's no surprise that so many of these stories end with the fictional characters having embraced it.
I think this caption epitomizes that sub-genre of TG or Feminization Fiction.
The next thing I'd like to talk about is a writer/creator of TG fiction (and captioned art) named Stina Edman. I first discovered her work on Imagefap, and I remember thinking I had hit a treasure trove. Her stories hit on all of my favorite subjects, and it was so well executed. It was quite obvious that she really put in the work.
The images were taken from Second Life (I think -- I could be wrong, though), and modified. It's strange, because normally I prefer real pictures to art or, in this case, stills from a video game. But something about it really excited me.
Anyway, she made a few stories (with like 30-40 stills each) before she quit posting her work for lack of feedback. It's sad because she had quite a following on Imagefap before she closed her account.
For a while, I would revisit her page to see if maybe she'd taken to posting again, but it never happened.
And then, a few days ago, I was just surfing the internet, and I found what I think is a tribute page where someone had begun re-posting her stories. I haven't had a chance to really look at the blog in its entirety, but I wanted to bring it to everyone's attention.
You can find the blog at In My Younger and More Vulnerable Days . Start at the beginning of the blog, and work your way up. It's well worth it.