My Favorite Feminization Fiction

I figured I'd go ahead and make a page for my favorite feminization fiction.  So, here they are!

Creature of Habit  by Bea

This is probably my favorite story (at least in the realm of TG fiction).  It's set in a future where gender roles have completely switched, and centers on a man who doesn't really want to act masculine (which, in this story, means our view of feminine).  It's sexy, but, at the same time, at least mildly thought provoking, and I recommend it highly.

Skanky , Slutfest , Prom Night , and Boys Can't Play Basketball by Wyrdey

These are all fantastic, sexy little stories, but Prom Night and Slutfest are my favorites of these four (Prom Night being particularly good).

The Picture Album by Brit

I'm not sure how I found this one, but I sure am glad I did.  It's so absolutely fantastic.  It's about a girl who inherits a photograph album which has the magical property of changing reality to whatever is left in its pages overnight.  Of course, it being a TG story, she uses it to feminize a boy who has wronged her.  I just adore how slow and deliberate the changes are; its kind of sad that the author only has one story that I've been able to find.

Voices and Voices II: Outcasts by Cooper

These two stories are extremely well-written and quite sexy.  They center on two different sets of people as the world changes, with males and females swapping gender roles.  Very nicely done.

Switch World: Genesis and Many Worlds, Inc.: Switch World by Bob H

These two stories are set in an alternate reality in which men and women are, and always have been, the opposite gender role from what we know in ours.  Bob H is a talented writer, and most of his stuff is quite well written, but these really fit the bill for me.

Primacy Part One and Primacy Part Two by Julia Manchester

This is a fantastic story about gender role reversal.  I recommend that anyone who is a fan of that sub-genre read it.

Oprah 2033 by MarLee

This isn't a story in the narrative sense, but it does *tell* a story.  Specifically, it tells the story of how, by the year 2033, the gender roles had been reversed.  It's a fun little piece, and I've actually read it a few times.  However, there is another one that was written as a sequel by a different author (I forget the name) which completely missed the point of the whole thing, and I do not recommend that one.

Team Spirit by Janice Dreamer

This one centers on a football player who, through a chemical compound, is changed into a girl by a doctor he raped as a high schooler.

The Kitten Club Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 by Karen Kyle

This is one I've only recently rediscovered.  I read it a few years ago, and I loved it then, but I had forgotten what it was called.  Anyway, it's one of the better slow transformation stories I've read.  In it, a self-professed straight man finds himself drawn to a club in which all of the waitresses were once men. Of course, this being in in this genre, he soon finds himself becoming more and more feminine (which may or may not be caused by a magic pill).  Anyway, I love this story, particularly the first part.


  1. Just in case you don't know, there's an authorized sequel to Team Spirit called Team Spirit: The Second Half by Meps98.

    1. Yeah - I'm aware, but what I liked about Team Spirit is the transformation itself. Of course, I liked the idea of a big, strong jock being feminized, but once it's complete, there's very little interest on my part. Still, I may check out the sequel at some point.

  2. only think about the transformation is there a sexual arousal for where this thinking about it

  3. You wrote this up a while ago. I'm wondering if there are any new stories that have caught your eye since you first wrote this.

    1. You're right. I haven't updated this in a while. I think I'll do it sometime soon. Thanks for pointing it out!

    2. Any update on this section? Really enjoyed reading all these stories, waiting for more of the good ones.

  4. What ever happened to Part 5 of the Kitten Club?

    1. The author seemed to have abandoned writing in this genre altogether, which is sad. I really liked the whole concept.

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