27 March 2017

Becoming a feminist

"The life of a woman is so much more complicated, especially with these annoying dresscode rules at work", Neil said as he applied crimson lipstick. After manveuvering a female body for two weeks already it's become part of his daily routine before work.

Alot has changed since the genderwave went around the world. Everyone got hit by it and instantly got the body they would have gotten if they were born with the opposite gender. Neil was at work in a medium sized company, working as a production manager in his big office when the genderwave hit him. He was so concentrated on his work that he didn't even hear the talk of the employees who heard about the wave in the news. So when it hit him and changed his XY chromosomes to XX it took him a few seconds to notice the changes. Suddenly Neil felt as if he was sitting on a pillow and there was an unfamiliar tugging on his chest. As his new slender hand with the dark red fingernails cupped his right boob for the first time he didn't know what to say. 

There was chaos all over the company and in the world while Neil was in his office and realized he was a she now. Staring down at the content of his new purse, that had somehow as well appeared in his suddenly smaller office, he saw information that would describe the rest of his life. His/her ID card showed a brunette woman with open hair. His date of birth was still the same, which meant that he still is 34 years old, while his sex has changed to female. Height: 5' 3'', "great I lost almost a foot" he thought, eyes: brown and then there was his new name, instead of Neil Johnson it said Candice Michelle Walker. The genderwave caused all family names were changed to those of the former mothers side who was now the father. Something Candice really hated immediately was that her new body was shown off in that double-button blazer with a white blouse beneath, a black skirt, stockings and 4'' high heels. "That's pretty humiliating, am I a secretary or what?" she asked in her new voice and didn't know how true that was - yet. Ignoring her ample cleavage and swaying hips as she she walked out of her new office she saw her door sign 'Ms. Walker - Secretary of Mr. Langley'. "Langley? Never heard, I wonder who that is."

After driving home in a typical womans car, she met her former wife, now husband, Michael and her former son who no longer had the name Brad but Ashley. They talked alot and tried to get used to this whole situation. The genderwave caused everything to adapt to their new lives. The house was unchanged, but the pictures were adjusted, one showing Candice in a white wedding dress next to Michael. Their clothes now fit their gender, bodies and jobs - Ashley wasn't happy about finding cheerleader uniforms in her new pink room while Candice just looked in awe at all the complicated looking and very feminine clothing.
"It's pretty weird, isn't it honey. I will try to help you" Michael said after they went downstairs again. He couldn't help but smile as he looked at his now wife and now daugther. "Hey baby, I think you never realized that a big chest runs in your former fathers side of the family", he says smiling while Candice and Ashley look annoyed at their E and D-cup sized breasts. 

So it came that, despite many things had changed, that the days started to normalize again. Ashley went to school as a girl and Candice only needed 40 minutes instead of 2 hours in the morning to dress properly for her job and doing her make-up. It's been two weeks since the wave made Neil wear high heels every day at work as a secretary for Mr. Langley who was Ms. Turner before, working beneath Neil.

On the other hand many other things haven't changed. Those were the things Candice and many many other new women hated suddenly. Due to emergency laws everyone had to do their jobs as if nothing happened. If the wave gave you a new job you had to deal with it. So it came that many of those former men became the loudest feminists - Candice was one of them. Before the wave she only smiled and laughed at these crazy chicks who called 'rape' or discrimination whenever they could. Now that all former male politicians with power have tits of their own the rights of women were their biggest interest.
Candice had a hard time speaking up in her company. She found many other new women who also wanted back their power and status. They also were trying to sue the company for making women wear things like blouses, skirts and high heels as part of their "dresscode". Yet, the new male judges, politicans and CEO's didn't change anything. No one said it, but the new men liked to smile when the new women adjusted their bras, pulled down their skirts or walked unsteadily in their high heels complaining in the cafeteria that they earn less for the same work.

I'd be really interested in feedback. I love seeing men struggle and fight in their new bodies / roles rather then immediately accepting everything and loving it. Forgive me my bad English. 


  1. Glad to have you back and quite the novel idea. Perhaps you could do a similar story in the style of some of your earlier multi captions.

    1. I'm not nearly good enough to be a writer of something even close to a novel, but I can see picking up that woman (if finding the fitting pictures) again in a future genderwave caption :)
      I may do some more genderwave captions.

  2. I too like it when the new women struggle. I like the idea of the new men getting a little bit of payback on the new girls. Question. Was the company dress code in place when the wave happened or put in place afterward? Would like to read more about Candice and her new daughter Ashley's adjustment. Wondering if Candice and Micheal have consumated their new marriage as well hehe. Great cap.

    1. The dress code has been there before the wave.
      I had the idea for this caps when reading about all these women that fight for or against something. Like in England some sued a company for having such a dresscode.
      I like to imagine what happens if these roles are suddenly different as I'm as well one of these men who makes fun of feminists.
      I will think about a follow up :)

    2. OK. I don't think I've ever heard of women in the USA suing over dress codes but they are being fazed out in a lot of US offices and becoming more casual. In the US it doesn't seem to be because of anything feminists are saying but because millennials really hate dressing up for work. I too have made fun of feminists but I'll make fun of everybody including myself.