- File Size: 310 KB
- Print Length: 140 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sissypuss Press; Second Edition edition (September 5, 2011)
- Publication Date: September 5, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005LSDOCC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #877,073 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
White Collared Sissies Kindle Edition
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The books by Constance Pennington and m missy are much better in my opinion.
The Constance Pennington books are very short however.
The books by m missy are very long, in multiple book form, give you a good sense of how and why and what the sissy maid does as opposed to a story about the people around the sissy maid.
Some of my favorites are; A Sissy Maids Life, A sissy maid missy series, part three (A sissy maid missy series, part five) It is about a sissy maid that works for a black Mistress in a large old Southern home along with two other submissive males.
Another would be; SISSY MAID IN THE MIRROR: A sissy maid missy sister series, part two This one is about a collage boy who becomes a sissy maid for 7 collage girls in exchange for free room and board so he could get thru collage.
In a world secretly controlled by The Black Alpha Society, there is a clear hierarchy that places Black Masters & Mistresses first, sexually-awakened white female sluts second, de-gendered white sissy-slaves third, and foolishly-naieve white psudeo-males last. It is a world built on the cultural understanding that this hierarchy is entirely natural, with the focus of Monika's stories more on self-discovery and humbled acceptance than on forced feminization and sexual enslavement. Were this not such an exquisite work of erotic fantasy, the concept would be blatantly offensive but, in the context of the novel, it's not just acceptable . . . it's actually quite attractive.
The book begins with an Introduction that explains the philosophy of the Society. It's actually a remarkably well-written argument, acknowledging the protests of political correctness, and continually driving the argument back to the question happiness and contentment. What follows from there are four stories, each focused on a different couple who have come to have their lives changed by the Society in very different ways.
The brief Afterword does a nice job of wrapping everything up, tying the stories back to the central theme, and suggesting just how widespread the reach of the Black Alpha Society is.Read more ›