Feminized by my Wife Chapter 2

feminized by my wifeMy pretty husband Alice has been busy on the second chapter of her masterpiece Feminized by my Wife. That said I then had to turn her ramblings into a nice coherent story. Eventually I will be putting it into a real book and onto Amazon but in the meantime it’s being serialised through my newsletter FOC.

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One of the misconceptions of female-led relationships is the belief that the woman in the relationship is a cruel tyrant. This is untrue and probably only exists on fetish sites and in femdom fiction. Our own relationship is much like any other marriage: we talk, laugh, play, go on holiday, shop, go out, socialise and watch TV. Since moving into this Lady Alexa-led marriage lifestyle and meeting others, I’ve found that all other FLRs in those we know operate like ours. It would appear that true-life FLRs are more subtle that the flogging and slapping visions of fetish sites. The woman’s leadership is more subtle. Sometimes it’s just a final point of reference or a little comment from the lady to show who is in charge.

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It’s all so cute I want to squeeze her

About Lady Alexa

I'm an author and blogger of female domination, forced feminisation and erotica. I live in London with my feminised husband Alice in a Female Led Relationship.
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2 Responses to Feminized by my Wife Chapter 2

  1. SillyGirl says:

    It is nice to understand the feelings through Alices’ viewpoint. I am anxious to find out how stage two develops. It appears the pierced ears will be a major mark of progression. I am so pleased that the trip to the hairdresser went well. The girls seemed to welcome the girl. 😉 That of course, is good out-of-the-house practice.

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