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Office Houris

Mar 10 2023
fiction // 6,105 words // 26 min read // comments

Dr. Ward is a kind and understanding professor. His door is always open to students who are struggling to follow his challenging coursework. But is all the time they spend in their professor’s office making his students smarter, or dumber?

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The Instructress

Feb 24 2023
fiction // 9,312 words // 40 min read // comments

Mateo wants to hire a fitness instructor to bring new clients to his gym. Kalista comes highly recommended, and she wastes no time showing Mateo how good it feels to follow all her instructions.

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Sun Dreams

Nov 2 2022
fiction // 5,802 words // 25 min read // comments

It’s been way too long since Gemma got her tan on. When her friend invites her to a luxurious resort, it sounds like the perfect thing to help her forget all her troubles.

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Rosa’s a Robot

Jun 15 2022
fiction // 934 words // 4 min read // comments

On her last afternoon of mistaking herself for a human, Rosa was out for a run.

She was five miles in, her legs thrumming with delicious fatigue, when she saw the dude staring at her.

Great, she thought. Bet you can’t outrun me, loser.

He didn’t try to …

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Jan 31 2022
fiction // 825 words // 4 min read // comments

Author’s Note: Originally posted as a set of Twitter threads. Collected here for your reading pleasure.



The lines of brainslaves repeating in their flat, depersonalized voices made it hard to focus as you snuck among them.

You had to hurry. Not only to avoid succumbing to the …

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Jan 28 2022
fiction // 833 words // 4 min read // comments

It wasn’t fair. Her head was so fuzzy, and she couldn’t get off her knees, and she was naked. And the air on her sensitive body was distracting and the collar around her neck was distracting and she couldn’t take her eyes off Scot’s dick as …

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Sticky Notes

Jun 29 2020
fiction // 1,942 words // 9 min read // comments

“Don’t you dare!”

It was too late, though; Miranda was already running out the bedroom with a giggle, and Stephen could only enjoy the site of her shapely back as she bounced away from him. He was tangled in the sheets—and still erect from their teasing play—and …

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May 7 2020
fiction // 910 words // 4 min read // comments

Author’s Note: Remember this old manip on the Collective where the viewer was supposedly looking through a keyhole at a beautiful woman swinging a pocketwatch? Well, you’d need to set the story in an old house, or something, for there to actually be a keyhole to peer through …

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Mirror, Mirror

Apr 28 2020
fiction // 1,265 words // 6 min read // comments

Inspired by this delightful photomanip by @scifiscribbler

She was disoriented, confused. But you could hardly blame her: waking up in a strange bed, in a strange bedroom… that’d confuse anybody.

She stretched out under the covers, trying to get her bearings. Her head felt fuzzy, more like she was …

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Mar 30 2020
fiction // comments

Author’s Note: I’ll go ahead and leave the inspiration for this story to your imagination. 🙄

She heard the first throb of the subwoofer through the wall, and Erica glanced at her phone. Yup, 10:00 PM, just like every night. Just like every night, she was trying to …

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It Had Been a Person, Once

Mar 9 2020
fiction // 655 words // 3 min read // comments

Author’s Note: Given how dehumanized the contact lenses and lips make her look, a spooky objectification story seemed most appropriate. As I was writing it, I remembered one of my all-time favourite lines in an MC story, from Community by Tabico, and it gave me my ending. Having read …

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Feb 8 2020
fiction // comments

It was almost done, she realized.

Almost done… replacing her.

She’d read all the books, of course. About the singularity, and its proximity. About how, soon, human beings would take the next leap in their evolution—abetted by technology, not biology. That they’d become immortal machines, consciousness represented …

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Each Other's Present

Jan 28 2020
fiction // 1,267 words // 6 min read // comments

“Is this… this what you wanted?”

He realized his mouth was hanging open. “I… oh, yes. God. Yes. You’re… so gorgeous.”

She blushed and tried to hide behind the tangles of her hair. She was glad to have the refuge of submission to retreat into, tipping her chin down …

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Writer Unblocked

Jan 5 2020
fiction // comments

Author’s Note: I’m gonna let you in on a little secret: when you can’t think of anything else to write… Write about how you can’t think of anything else to write.

Works every time. 😘

“It sucks.”

“What sucks, babe?”

“It’s like, almost nine already… and …

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Don’t You Think?

Dec 28 2019
fiction // comments

(Warning: trancey language follows.)

I recommend the following leading question for hypnotic play:

“…don’t you think?”

This is a fascinating spiral, don’t you think?

The eyes of the girl in the mirror look so sleepy, don’t you think?

It’s far too much work to move a …

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Active Listening

Dec 13 2019
fiction // comments

"I need to warn you."


"I'm finding it hard to... I..."

"It's okay, go ahead."

"I can't think."

"You can't think."

"Y-yeah. I can't think."

"I see. That's okay. You don't have to think."

"I don't have to think."

"That's right. Is there... anything else you want to tell …

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Becoming Bouncy and Brainwashed

Dec 12 2019
fiction // 879 words // 4 min read // comments

When Harper left for work, Trish had been studying for her law exam. Harper was surprised, to say the least, to come home and find her roomie wearing a low-cut tank top with no bra, furiously jiggling her breasts with both hands. She’d shut the door and frozen, unable …

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Tired Eyes Make a Tired Mind

Dec 11 2019
fiction // comments

“It’s hard to focus when it’s so close!”

“Don’t worry, silly. The point isn’t to focus, the point is to make your eyes tired.”

“Why are my eyes supposed to be tired?”

“Because tired eyes make a tired mind.”

“If you say so…”

“It’s not …

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Brooke's Detour

Dec 10 2019
fiction // comments

They’d noticed her at the gym.

They’d said, “We love your look—how’d you like to be a model?”

Brooke thought, “This kind of thing only happens in the movies”.

They’d said, “Come back to our place, we want to take some pictures.”

She’d showered …

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Better Than Sex

Dec 8 2019
fiction // comments

She remembered the first time she was told, “Kneel.”

It had come as a surprise. They’d been playing around in bed, undressing each other, kissing, toucing; usually a prelude to sex, but this time…


She’d done as she was told. On her knees, on the bed, hands …

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