A few major inspirations for DDS: PR. First and foremost I love it when smug, self-important, women get taken down a notch or five. I also adore the idea of “giving a tour” of the diabolical mind control conspiracy to the mentally numbed, gullible, woman. That concept is explored in other stories of mine.
Click bait and “gotcha” journalism are scourges of modern society. I seem to keep going back to punishing journalists who try to destroy others for clicks and likes. I use the vague “social media profile” to not tie my stories to any specific platform or app. I read a lot of romance novels and it makes me cringe to see a character talk about an app no one uses anymore. “Social media profile” can be whatever the plot needs it to be at any time.
Jacki was based on a number of women I met in the workforce. The ones who act as corrupt as the men do and think it is rebellion or an act of feminism.
Simon is, of course, named in honor of our wonderful archivist at mcstories.
As I noted in the story introduction, many of the tropes of Domestic Doll Services stories are established in this story. This is where the series really takes off after the much more horror/scifi based initial story.
EMC inspirations include Simon bar Sinister’s
Absolute Obedience and Vendatrix’s Return of the Ultimate Lovedolls.
This story was originally written in the summer of 2015 when I was getting into the now daily writing routine that has so greatly improved my writing. So much of this came from the grace and care I receive from my husband.
After a long war that pushed women into the workforce, a new government works hard to reaffirm more traditional gender roles. Lucille Magyar became a nurse during the war and now struggles with Independent Female Syndrome, a serious disease that causes women to be defiant and unruly. After beginning therapy, Miss Magyar learns a cure has been developed.
This story is now available on mcstories and read only mind. This is a brand new edit for 2022 fixing a handful of typos and a minor continuity error.
Read the author’s note here.
Independent Female Syndrome was inspired by two books. The first was about the changing role of women in the home and workplace between World War I and World War II. The second was about the rise of the suburbs and interstate highway system after World War II. Some of the anti-feminist rhetoric expressed by opponents of women in the workplace during that era bled into my fantasies (as always!) and I began scribbling out an outline.
On the EMC end of things, Vendatrix’s There Are No Bad Girls and Downing Street’s New Girl were huge influences.
I really hope you enjoyed this story. I had a great time writing it.
I will have a big announcement about my writing future coming in the next few weeks. I also kind of broke some stuff on here, so hang tight while I try to fix it…
A journalist realizes her boyfriend is part of a Diabolical Brainwashing Conspiracy, so she goes to the cops who are also part of the Diabolical Brainwashing Conspiracy. Uh oh.
At the Feminine Obedience Academy in the near future, women are trained to be docile, feminine, and obedient. In Barbara R. Wetzel’s first novel length story, Yoshiko Kurosaza is a new student at the academy who learns her purpose in life is to obey men.
After a man purchases a Domestic Doll to help him deal with his loneliness, he must deal with the flood of emotions burdening his soul as he falls in love with the Domestic Doll while she also deals with the ramifications of her own past in DDS’ Daffodil Rose program.
When Timothy Larmer returns from vacation to the planet his space academy is on, he immediately notices some odd changes around him. Men seem more authoritative, and women seem more submissive. Soon many are wearing fetishistic outfits. Upon arriving at his apartment, he finds his best friend Missy kneeling, naked, waiting for his command. Join Timothy as he unravels the space academy bimbofication conspiracy.
Yvette is a scout fresh out of the academy who is bullied by her squad. In the middle of a civil war in the near future, she is sent on a mission to figure out why a neutral village was now working for their enemy. While scouting the village, an enemy leader, enamored with her, makes it quite alluring for her to become the new Queen of the Drones.
I have reached a point where I need to lay out some rules for commissions…I will add more as I think of them…
1. Must be familiar with my writing. Which stories are your favorites? Are you comfortable with my writing quirks?
2. 2,000 words per month is my cap. I have other writing to worry about too and it allows us to discuss ideas as we go.
3. We need to talk it out beforehand.
4. Do not send me unsolicited porn! If you want me to see an example, I can do it myself.
5. Do not have inspiration be real people in your life that you send me info about. It’s a real violation of the writer to put them in that situation and makes me very uncomfortable.