Butch Bitches - Roxy's Transformation by Aaron Pery

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Roxanne, a trailer-trash child and not overly bright, discovers sex and getting paid for it at an early age. She gets thrown out of home by her mother at age fifteen after she finds out that Roxy had sex with a neighbor and got paid for it. She easily hitches a ride to Los Angeles after agreeing to let the truck driver fuck her in his cab, then she quickly finds a job in a factory in LA as a janitor.
It's a perfect job as far as Roxy is concerned since she is able to sell her favors to the facotory workers at every lunch hour, using her broom closet for the purpose. But sex isn't just a means for her to make a very good living since Roxy considers all her customers as lovers despite paying for having sex with her.
Everything goes great for Roxy until one day she gives CPR to Kevin, an older gentleman that she tried to seduce, and while attempting to revive him his mind is able to invade her bodyjust before he dies. Kevin is quite confused when he finds himself in Roxy's young female body, and even more so experiencing her multiple sexual activities at the factory while piggy-backing on her. Which, to his surprise he quickly comes to like very much.
Once Kevin is able to eliminate Roxy's feeble mind and take over her body completely he revels in having turned young and a female, and most of all inheriting her promiscuous sexual lifestyle.
Then, just as the converted Roxanne, who calls herself Anne, gets ready to embark on life as a woman she receives a surprise visit from Melody, a huge, six-four biker who had been Roxy's occasional lover for a while, and they undergo a long weekend engaged in constant lesbian lovemaking.
Which, just like her sexual experience as a whore at the factory, Anne practically adores lesbian sex and is ready to continue having it though not exclusively.
 

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Published July 16, 2011 25 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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