Monday, August 31, 2009

Congratulate Jill

If you get a chance be sure to congratulate Jill on her new eye brows.  We decided last night that with the new makeup, she needed more feminine eye brows.  We were nice and if unisex is 50 on a scale of 1 to 100, I don't think we went past 60 towards feminine. She was not happy though. 

Karen and I walked back with her from class and had her stop off at Amanda and Heather's room.   As soon as she entered the room, she got suspicious and when she saw the collection of clothesline, pantyhose, bath robe sashes, and clothes line on Amanda and Heather's bed she started to panic.   We got her tied to the chair and by tied I mean completely immobilized.  We suck at bondage (HELP!), but we knew we couldn't have her moving at all and have this work.   We also gagged her because she was cursing up a storm.

As Karen plucked away, we felt a bit guilty because there were tears, but I think her brows still do pass for guy eyebrows while looking much better when she's properly dressed as Jill.   We did just a touch of makeup for a before and after and we kept her tied up until lunch time just to give her a chance to calm down.   Amanda is very good at soothing her crushed ego by the way.   Anyway, we went to lunch with her and she's doing much better.   Be sure to congratulate her on her new elegantly feminine eye brows.


  1. Sheila, I have been reading Jill's posts and it is clear she really is having trouble psycologically adjusting to her new role. I really am starting to feel sorry for her.

    I came up with an idea to help her adjust. Since she is a new freshman, her options are probably open as to how she fulfills her elective GE requirements. If your school has a Woman's Studies department, I think taking one or more woman's studies courses to fulfill those requirements would be a great way to help her accept new status. It would probably not be fair to make her change her major, but maybe a double major would be something you could help her consider. I don't know if this would work, but it is just a thought.

  2. Hi Mandy, I don't think she's having psychological trouble, but the whole experience is definitely a bit overwhelming. New experiences are tough and the eye brows were new yesterday. The fact that today passed without incident or people staring at her means the trauma has pretty much passed. There will be other experiences along the way that will be very difficult. She's not that far away from wearing a bra everyday. We're not without compassion though.

    I love the idea of having her take some women's studies classes. She's a freshman and she won't really have to think about a major for a year and a half, but there are a lot of fun classes she could take just fulfilling her gen eds.