App Fetishizing Forcible Transitioning of Kids Available on Google Play
“Transgender Stories” Pornography App uses pictures of children.
This article contains pictures of children, including sexualized cartoons.
Transgender & Crossdressing Stories is an application available in the Google Play store that features erotica stories of adult men, as well as prepubescent boys, being forced into women’s clothing. In some instances, the characters are forced to medically "transition." Each story has a rating; some of those involving boys are rated X and include graphic written descriptions of children engaging in sexual acts with adult men.
The categories of erotica available include: “boy to girl,” “guy to girl,” or “men to women.” Examples of stories listed under “boy to girl” are: A Temporary Schoolgirl, I Never Wanted to be a Girl, Mind-Altering Feminizing Tapes, Becoming a High School Girl, Boy to Real Bitch, and Lipstick Discipline.
Most of the stories about fictional children involve what is called "petticoat discipline," a genre of transgender erotica that describes a mother figure or older sister punishing a misbehaving young boy by forcing him to wear makeup, feminine underwear, and dresses. These stories are targeted at adult men who are aroused by imagining the scenario, and audio of each is provided in the form of an AI text-to-speech program designed to sound like a child’s voice. The effect of the generated, robotic child’s voice is chilling, especially when describing graphic sexual activities.
As Girly As It Gets follows the story of a 13 year-old boy who is mocked in school and elected as homecoming queen. The boy, called Mark, is forcibly "feminized" by his mother and older sister, who remove all of his body hair and coerce him into donning lingerie, a dress, and fake breasts for the homecoming ceremony. That evening, when they return home, his mother has him sign a consent form for breast implants: “not only had my mom signed for me to be a part of this, but my implants also couldn’t be bigger than she was. Mom has double D cups, just so you know.” As he is about to undergo surgery, it becomes clear that he is not a willing participant. “It was too late by the time I realized where [the nurse] was going with all the questions. She showed me the implants she intended to use and the fake vagina she would suction and seal between my legs.” This is a clear example of the "forced feminization" genre of transgender pornography being projected onto a child, onto the idea of a little boy being "feminized" against his will through surgeries.
Another example of the sexualization of minors is found in the app’s story Girly Changes, which describes a ten year-old boy named Ryan who is found to have a rare genetic disorder referred to as TSS, or "transsexual syndrome." "Ryan internally, biologically and genetically, is a girl. Other characteristics had started to appear like the growth of breasts and the retreating of the scrotum to create a natural-looking vagina." As is typical for the genre, the boy in the imagined situation is unhappy with the changes, but nevertheless relents to appease his mother.
The category Lipstick Discipline contains 22 chapters accompanied by cartoonish drawings of a young boy in lingerie and women’s clothing and makeup. The series begins when the boy character is just 4 years old, and continues on into his early teen years, detailing how his mother punishes him by forcibly applying lipstick, nail polish, and girls’ clothing and undergarments. All of these stories are labelled as rated “R”; there are vivid descriptions of the young boy character in a highly sexualized context, and all of the stories involving children fall under the transgender pornography genre called "forced feminization," where men and boys are "transformed" into women and girls, usually by a domineering mother figure, through the process of being punished in sexually objectifying and degrading ways.
There is also erotica in the app involving minors that includes graphic sexual activities, as the child ostensibly begins to enjoy being punished and humiliated in this manner. A story titled A Boy With Long Curly Hair, rated X, details how two older men convince a young boy to crossdress and eventually perform fellatio on them, coached along by his mother. “Michael, dear, you’d make a lovely girl,” she says. “Why not take the next step? You can go back to being a boy anytime you want. You only have a few months left to experience how it feels to be a girl. Once in high school, that’ll be the end of the opportunity… Imagine Will and Jeff, how they would behave if you looked more like a girl.” The adult male characters, Will and Jeff, are aroused by the boy’s feminine transformation and groom him for sexual abuse. The rhetoric provided by the mother figure parallels the insistence by transactivists that drugs referred to as "puberty blockers" are reversible and that they ought to be given to children at a young age in order to provide them with an opportunity to try the transsexual experience for themselves.
In I Never Wanted to Be a Girl, a 15 year-old boy named Sam suffers an accident that damages his Achilles tendons. In order to learn how to walk again, he is given high heels. He is groomed by his friend named Tia, who is described as his female “look-alike” and “the best looking 15 year-old in town,” who dresses him in her clothing. Once in public, the children are immediately propositioned by men offering them money for sex. Sam begins going by Samantha, and begins to enjoy the attention from Tia and from other boys his age who make him feel “hot” like a “bimbo.” The story eventually culminates in a trip to the endocrinologist:
“‘I don’t want to become a girl, at least not where it counts. That I’m sure of.’ The endocrinologist took over. ‘Samantha, it is possible, by changing your hormone balance, to keep you from ever maturing as a male… It may be possible for you to develop small, feminine breasts and change your fat distribution so you have a more defined waist, and larger thighs, hips, and bottom. If you were ever to decide to change back, the fat would re-distribute itself naturally.’ Tia whispered in my ear, ‘Think about my doing to you what I like so much when you do to me.’”
This story in particular mirrors a real-life incident involving one of the pioneers of the "gender identity" theory, New Zealand’s sexologist John Money, who attempted to raise a boy as a girl after a botched circumcision permanently damaged his male genitalia. A best-selling book by journalist John Colapinto, As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl, explores how John Money attempted to convince David Reimer that he was born a girl named Brenda. Money would force David to imitate sexual intercourse with his twin brother, beginning from the age of six, in what Money called “sexual rehearsal play,” and he would photograph the boys in these poses. Money believed that showing pornography to children was an efficient method for helping them develop their "gender schemas," or gender identities. “Explicit sexual pictures,” he wrote in his book Sexual Signatures, “can and should be used as part of a child’s sex education.” Such pictures, he said, “reinforce his or her own gender identity/role.” Both David Reimer and his brother Brian committed suicide in adulthood.
In most cases, photographs of children are used alongside each story. For the story titled A Temporary Schoolgirl, the app’s developer chose a photo of 14 year-old UK girl Molly Russell, who took her own life in 2017 after viewing self-harm posts on Instagram. Photographs of Molly appeared in media publications in 2019, as her grieving father, Ian Russell, spoke with the BBC calling for greater accountability on behalf of social media firms for the content that they platform. In response to Russell’s case, UK politician Jackie Doyle-Price, who was at that time the Secretary of State for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, said that harmful suicide and self-harm content online can have “the effect of grooming people to take their own lives.”
There is a disturbing irony in Molly Russell’s photo being featured in an app which eroticizes the grooming of children into transsexualism: as Russell was groomed into self-harm and taking her own life, children and teenagers are also being groomed, via social media, into gender identity ideology, and often alongside a narrative that promotes suicidal ideation.
Images of children celebrities and social media influencers are also used alongside the erotica, including: Coco Quinn, a young woman who rose to fame at 12 years old; Berta Castañé, a Spanish actress who similarly landed her first role at the age of 12; Jack Bennett, a child "influencer" specializing in makeup tutorials; and Corey Maison, a famous "transgender youth" who aspires to become a Victoria’s Secret model.
One of the photos used in the app is of an unidentified teenage boy wearing makeup and a wig. A reverse image search leads to a YouTube video of this boy applying makeup, a wig, and a dress. It was uploaded by a user named “Spokane Sissy” who has used an AI-generated, robotic feminine voice to add commentary, saying,
“For a shorter time in my life, I identified as a transgender woman. I now know I am a sissy. I choose to crossdress, and I have a singular reason for doing so: to present myself to real men as a sexually attractive and available f*cktoy. I would have never come to accept myself as a f*cktoy without the insight I garnered from my time on YouTube. My journey to this understanding of myself began with this video.”
One of Spokane Sissy’s most popular uploads is a video titled, “Unconditional Love: Older Man Convinces Young Man to Crossdress.” The top comment is from another crossdresser account and reads, “The only thing that could make this perfect for me would be an older woman making me her lesbian lover.”
In the “man to woman” category, After Wife’s Death tells the story of a man named Gary, who is married to a beautiful woman named Sarah. Gary, who runs a “home-based computer software business” begins dressing up in Sarah’s clothing while she is away at work. Sarah refuses Gary’s advances to engage in sexual intercourse while he is wearing her clothing but allows him to continue indulging his fetish whenever she is at work. While away on a business trip, Gary visits a women’s clothing shop and pretends to be his wife, telling the saleswoman who works there that his name is Sarah, and is so aroused by the experience that he immediately pleasures himself when he gets home.
Sarah is written out of the story in a single sentence, and Gary begins taking her oral contraceptives, “which made his skin smoother and his beard less vigorous. He believed he was Sarah, and to the casual observer, was the image of her. He increasingly thought of making the transition to Sarah more permanent.” He begins a friendship with the saleswoman, Steph, who helps him begin dating men "as a woman." Gary is now committed to using his dead wife’s identity full-time.
There are several real-life examples of men who claim a transgender status, unabashedly stealing the identity of a woman they know or have been involved with, usually in a romantic capacity. One high-profile incident involved "Jessica" Yaniv, a Canadian trans-identified male whose lawsuits against women refusing to provide him with a bikini wax made headlines in 2019.
Yaniv took the name "Jessica" from a girl he targeted online and groomed for sexual abuse when she was between the ages of 14 and 15. In 2020 it was reported that 62 year-old Larawest Baglien of the United States began identifying as a two-spirit trans woman: “She is not Indigenous but her wife of 31 years is a member of Fort William First Nation.” There is also some anecdotal evidence which has been gathered by Trans Widows Voices, an organization which campaigns for the rights of women who have been abused by men claiming a female identity. As one woman described it,
“He was feigning this whole coquettish, girlish thing, that looked like a parody of me. It felt like he was trying to be me, like he was mocking me, taking what was mine. He even affected my mannerisms, my laugh, the way I walk.”
Another application on Google Play is Crossdresser - Transform from Male to Female, which gives tips on how to present as a woman, is available for free, and is rated for ages three and up. Described as “a complete guide to cross dressing for LGBT community - towards womanhood” it gives instructions on how to tuck and dress to resemble an objectified woman. A section titled “Private Parts” features advice on lingerie and how to create the appearance of breasts, along with a diagram of a nude woman in high heels labelled “Ideal Proportion - Female.”
In a section titled “To Be a Real Woman,” the app’s creator writes:
“One of the toughest jobs a transgendered person has to learn is to be accepted as a real female while out in public. Cross dressing means much more than wearing female clothing. It also involves acquiring or imitating feminine attributes and behaviors - including movements, mannerisms, and mental states. The purpose of this guide is to help you to pass as a genetic female, to increase the possibility of you being accepted as a real woman in public.”
Suggestions also include internalizing the objectified female form: “Genetic women often take off their clothes and look at themselves in the mirror. Do the same. Look at your naked body in the mirror and imagine yourself as female.”
Adult men are using the app’s comment section to request sexual hook-ups. Commenters ask for and provide the names of areas where they live on some occasions, and others ask for “naughty selfies.” A few netizens request a woman to “sissify” them. Some refer to themselves as “CD,” an abbreviation for crossdresser, and state that they want to make their “transition” permanent. According to the app’s developer,
“Transwomen can come from the whole of the male-to-female side of the transgender spectrum, from transsexuals to crossdressers… Men wear female clothes for a number of reasons… some men dress for a sexual thrill, a turn-on.”
Professor Roy F. Baumeister is a social psychologist who is known for his work on the self, social rejection, belonging, sexuality and sex differences, self-control, and free will. His 1989 book Masochism and the Self explains the phenomena of sexual masochism as a means of releasing the individual from the burden of self-awareness. According to Baumeister:
“Gender switching is exclusively associated with male masochism. Male masochists show clear behavioral signs of being feminized... The fact that our culture’s ideals of femininity resemble the goals of masochism should not be disregarded… But the resemblance between masochistic and feminine models tells us more about our culture than about the essential nature of womanhood.
Male masochists seem to like to be reduced to beings of lesser status… Many males reported being feminized, which also entails loss of status insofar as men generally have higher status than women. Presumably, status is a central issue in male identity, and the desire for loss of status is a central feature of male masochism.”
There are countless forums online dedicated to the eroticization of forcing boys to dress in women’s clothing; there are self-published erotica books on Amazon and personal blogs; there are captioned images on Pinterest image boards and across social media; and there is the "femboy" pornography genre, in addition to the broader category of "forced feminization." As evidenced by the application Transgender & Crossdressing Stories, as well as an abundance of “sissy captions” which also use photos of actual children, adult men are fetishizing the forcible transitioning of children.
Gender ideology uses children as a cover for adult male sexual practices centered around BDSM. Historically, the group of people associated with transsexualism were adult men, though this demographic has shifted as the adult male sexual practice of crossdressing has become normalized through the proliferation of gender ideology.
Rather than expanding the definition of women, the definition of transsexualism has been broadened to include women and children. By removing "sex" from transsexualism and replacing it with the word "gender," the fetishistic element, though still present, has been obscured. The narrative of the transgender child appears to be at least in part constructed in an attempt for adult men with paraphilias to save face, and to believe childhood transition would have made them a more attractive version of an adult "woman."
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