Marcia Spencers "Marcia" is lovingly
depicted story of a young, effeminate males journey into increased femininity. The
Protaganist, Marc, begins the narrative with a description of himself and his rather large
hips and bottom (for a male) and the fact that he wears panties all the time because they
fit better than male briefs.
Marc gradually moves himself into a more feminine state of being by imitating his
mother, a widowed beauty who works long hours to support them. Consequently, Marc takes
care of the housework, the cooking, and other traditionally feminine chores and lacks any
kind of a male role model. Something which he doesnt miss at all.The story takes
Marc from a femininely shaped young male in his teens to a shapely young woman (in
appearance) through the use of prosthetic breasts, corsets, and tucking his genitals away
and out of sight. He first experiments with his mothers clothing, then makeup, then
styling his verylong hair in a female fashion. Through all of this, his mother is, if not
a willingly active participant, then at least condoning the changes her son is making in
himself. Once she actually sees him with the prosthetic breasts, wearing a corset, and her
underwear, his mother becomes an active participant in his alterations. Until she gets
sent to Europe on her job for a year. Deciding that Marc will not do well on his own, she
arranges to have him stay with her sister, who lives across the country. And to stay with
her as a girl. This is where young Marc truly begins to become the woman he has always
wanted to be. The story is in two parts, both gentle, and containing no forced changes or
the attendant humiliations often associated with those. This is a story of a willing young
man becoming more of a woman than a lot of women born to it are.
The only downside to this one is its extreme gentleness, and the narcissistic
quality of the tale. It is also evidently unfinished, as it leaves off with Marc (By then
Marcia) in her aunts home and learning the many ways of becoming an attractive woman
If you like stories with many mainstays of TG/TV fiction, this one will bore you,
Im afraid. If you like a variety, and are able to read through the whole length of a
story themed in this manner, youll find yourself a real gem.
The pacing is a bit languid, in keeping with the general tone of the writers
approach, and has no glaring lacks in grammar or structure. A soft, enjoyable read for
anyone needing a change from forced fem tales, or the more frenetic Sci-fi, fantasy, and
domination stories out there.