Rule 63: An internet adage which states that for every fictional character, there exists an opposite-gender counterpart.
“Personally, I think this is just taking genderfluidity to its logical conclusion! I’ve been exploring the concept more and more as the Internet continues to crack my mind open with force of a pneumatic drill and I honestly cannot deny the potent mix of masculinity and femininity that exists in my gender identity – partially because of nurture, though. While it was dysfunctional, there was a heavy matriarchal presence in my household and I was swept along with the tide. Now, I can’t vouch for Vausch here, though. (S)he’s just being a good sport by accompanying me on my first little trip into a more dainty physique so I have some moral support. I won’t lie, though – he is insanely adorable as a girl.
Anyway, let’s stop there before I digress! I’m rather surprised and kind of disappointed that almost every other male subjected to gender transformation (voluntarily or otherwise) immediately went for the lewder side of things. To this hour, the most immodest thing I’ve done was adjust my boxer briefs so they didn’t sag as much and shell out for a bra! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that I’m at the zenith of prudence and my associates are all licentious beasts, but I don’t see how that would be your first reaction. Maybe if you were by yourself and you weren’t clothed in the first place, but – it’s SITUATIONAL, is what I’m trying to get at! Now, if you’ll excuse us, Vausch and I are off to Pinkberry.”
One parts gift for ol’ Vausman to two parts experiment as to what I would look like if endowed elsewhere, I really need to thank Napalm for handling this with such care (keep in mind that I’m not counting that one fem-taur in an older picture I commissioned since that was technically a hermaphrodite). I’ve always been on the fence about doing this because I wasn’t sure if I’d immediately come off as sexualized – but PK did a wonderful job avoiding that (save those hips – OW~! <3).