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As many of your know, I am a transgendered author who has been writing and publishing trangender fiction since 1994, which has been read and loved by readers all round the world.

I have never had a single complaint or adverse comment about any of my transgender stories in the past, but recently I spoke out for tolerance and inclusiveness in the transgender community on a on a TV dating site, after which I was attacked by a number of ‘trolls’.  The substance of what I’d written was positive and suggested that people within the trans community should be supportive to each other and not persistently  hostile and negative.  Unfortunately I was then vilified myself by the same small minority of ‘trolls’, who referred to my transgender fiction in order to attack me.

These attacks degenerated and became more and more personal, so I left the site in question.

I thought that would be the end of this persecution, but it still continued in the form of a threatening and intimidating email sent to my web hosting company. I chose to ignore it and treat it with the contempt it deserved, which proved to be the right thing to do – as the persecution stopped. In case you haven’t guessed, this despicable persecution and bullying happened on TVChix – my advice is don’t whatever you do post to any of the discussion forums on it, because your posts, however innocent, positive and innocuous will be attacked by sick people masquerading as members of the trans community who obviously don’t have a life and have nothing better to do.

I have posted a rebuttal on my websites, which includes the following words:

IMPORTANT NOTE: The stories in our magazines and books are works of transgender fantasy FICTION.

The stories are not true – anymore than J.K. Rowling’s stories about evil wizards are true. Because J.K. Rowling wrote about young people not having a very nice time at the hands of evil wizards in some of her books, it does not make her an evil wizard herself, anymore than authors of crime fiction or murder mysteries are criminals or murderers.

Some of our stories feature mothers, aunts, grannies, wives etc. who feminise boys or young men and turn them into girls. This is a common theme in transgender fiction and is about wish-fulfilment on the part of transgendered folk, who really wish that this could happen to them! None of it ever happened!

We have had to spell this out, due to attacks and slanderous allegations.

We believe in freedom of creative expression for transgender authors and artists. We are proud members of the LGBT community, and just as lesbians and gay men would be horrified about the idea of gay fiction being censored and vilified by a small minority of puritanical fundamentalists, we hope you will support us in maintaining that members of the trans community should be equally free from this type of politically correct oppression from these puritans who seek to put back the clock to the 1950s and attack the advances in artistic and creative freedom that were achieved in the 1960s and 1970s in liberal democracies.’

Please show your agreement by posting your support on this site and supporting me on my other social networking sites.

Amber Goth

How Stephen became Stephanie and other transgender tales is now available in the U.S, in paperback and Kindle eBook formats from  Amazon.com; in the UK from  Amazon.co.ukand in Germany from Amazon.de.

The new paperback edition can also be ordered in the UK from TVFiction.com and the eBook format is also available from eBooks-UK in non-DRM versions.

This is ALL of Kate Lesley’s classic transgender short stories, which first appeared in serialized form in FFG’s transgender fiction magazines, Tales of Crossdressing, Tales of Sissy School and Forced Femme and Girlhood.

The magazine serialisations, with illustrations are also still available from http://www.tgfiction.co.uk/ (digital version) and http://www.tvfiction.com/ (original printed magazines, some with full colour pictures).

The new book version of the stories can be ordered online from Amazon by going to:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stephen-became-Stephanie-transgender-ebook/dp/B005AK3ZDO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&m=A3TVV12T0I6NSM&qid=1310326249&sr=1-1

The book features eleven classic stories on themes of male to female transgenderism – tales of forced feminization, sex change, sissy schools, maid training, petticoat punishment, cross-dressing and transvestism.

‘I was Aunt Mary’s Sissy’ – An eccentric aunt who dislikes boys takes her nephew in hand, and soon has the niece she desires….

‘I Turned my Husband into a Girl ‘ – Classic tale from the point of view of the wife, who is sure that things will work out better for both of them if John is turned into Joanne…..many surprises, and a breathtaking ending.

‘A Walk on the Wild Side’ – Experience a taste of transgender real-life – eavesdrop on the conversation of two transvestites on the streets of Manchester’s Gay Village in the 1990s.

‘The Lady of the Lake’ – Dark Ages fantasy inspired by the ‘Iron John’ story, a fairy tale first set down by the Brothers Grimm. Explores the theme of recovering lost parts of ourselves.

‘How Stephen became Stephanie’ – Stephen’s landlady conspires with his personnel manager at work to change him into a supermarket check-out girl and part-time maid.

‘New Girl on the Ward’ – Nicholas has always had a ‘thing’ about nurses – but he never dreams that one day he will be wearing that blue uniform himself. The story of a young man’s transformation into a female nurse.

‘Mother’s New Daughter’ – A mother begins her plan to feminise her son and change him into the daughter she has always wanted.

‘Virtual Reality Woman’ – By the early years of the new Millennium there is an unemployed male underclass. The feminist Dr. Hannah Klonek, suggests a solution – to make boys much more like girls. A young male postgraduate is invited to wear the prototype Total Virtual Reality suit and try out the program. And so Andy becomes Laura. A surprise awaits Laura when she discovers what has been done to her real body….

Jackie and Melanie Take Charge – Kevin can’t believe his luck when two attractive, sophisticated women pick him up and take him back to their hotel room in Bangkok. But Kevin has fallen into a complicated web of intrigue woven by two formidable female academics. Their research takes on a practical turn when they inveigle Kevin into dressing as a girl, and slowly Kevin is transformed completely into an attractive blonde.

School for Sissies – François is left fatherless and his mother Lydia is appointed to a teaching job at a girls’ preparatory school. Having already taken pleasure in dressing her son as a girl while he was a toddler, she decides he is to be enrolled at the school as a girl. Francoise settles into the life of a girl, and spends five happy years at St. Saviours. When Francoise is eleven years old, her mother begins to think about how Francoise’s education as a girl can be continued.

Lydia resolves to start her own private high school for girls, with the financial backing of wealthy friends. Lydia’s ‘special’ educational methods of corset training, sissification and petticoat punishment are introduced. Boys who resist sissification are put into tight corsets and undergo complete petticoat punishment. The new ‘girls’ are started on ‘vitamin’ pills which are in fact female hormones. At the age of 14 or 15, a regimen of extra female hormones and anti-androgen tablets is added. By the time they are in the Sixth Form; most Stage Four transitioning girls are practically indistinguishable from their genetically female friends. What happens at Stage Five? – Well, you will need to read the story to find out…

Deborah’s Decision – Deborah has to choose between a rich and successful businessman and a rather feminine Australian boy whom she meets at work. When she has a night out at a nightclub in London, Deborah encounters a beautiful young woman who turns out to be Tim, the young Australian. Who will Deborah choose – the rich businessman or the Australian girly-boy?

Here is a fairly comprehensive list of the other places you can find me on the Internet as either Amber Goth or Kate Lesley:

Twitter:

http://twitter.com/#!/ambergoth  – Amber Goth on Twitter

http://twitter.com/#!/trannyfiction  – Kate Lesley on Twitter

Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/ambergoth  – Kate Lesley (Amber Gothy) on Facebook

http://www.facebook.com/pages/FFG-Transgender-Fiction/148632725157529?ref=ts  Transgender Fiction Facebook Site

http://www.facebook.com/mobile/?settings#!/home.php?sk=group_157755277597309  Transgender Fiction Facebook Group

Websites:

http://www.tgfiction.co.uk/   – FFG Transgender Fiction Download Website

http://www.tvfiction.com/  – FFG Transgender Fiction Printed Magazines Website

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/ambergoth – Amber Goth on YouTube

WordPress Blog: http://ambergoth.wordpress.com/  – Amber Goth’s WordPress Blog
(where you are now).

I have started a new Facebook Group – anyone who likes transgender fiction can join: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_157755277597309

Yes, I have two Facebook accounts now.

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