Author’s Note For Domestic Doll Services: Guilt Alleviation

Author’s Note For Domestic Doll Services: Guilt Alleviation

My original inspiration for this story was reading about the scions of industry and celebrity who had rejected their legacy. I was fascinated by the ones whom had done so due to moral reasons. The more I read about it, the more I wanted to explore the idea in a story.

This was around the time I was beginning to write the first few Domestic Doll Services stories. What if someone was so guilt ridden for the crimes their family was brought upon the world, the only way they felt they could purge these sins from themselves was through a total transformation. What if someone came to DDS and demanded to be converted into a Domestic Doll? Away I went!

I would like to continue exploring the idea of consensual brainwashing in future stories. In a world where Domestic Dolls exist, surely that is a fetish that exists.

One of my favorite scenes in this story in the laundry scene. Well, someone does have to do the laundry. The idea to test her programming came from a science fiction where a brainwashed woman was commanded to kill someone she knew (a hologram) and she did it without question.

Another favorite is the hair scene. Why did Kaylie cut her hair? Does she even know? Did she like having short hair before? Who knows. I love using that kind of thing as a means of something just how brainwashed someone is…

This story came out really fast. Every day I sat down and belted out my normal 500 words and it was very breezy to do. Kaylie will make a cameo in another DDS story coming in a few weeks.

Inspirations: Sinsub’s The Collar and Decker’s A Birthday Engagement.

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