Watching the sunrise in the morning is one of my favorite things to do these days. The peace and tranquility in the early morning is the only thing that distracts me from the fact that I shouldn’t be in Japan, I should know English, and I should be a man.
My life wasn’t so great in America back then. When I was a man, I was a schlubby guy, just lost my job, and my girlfriend left me. I wasn’t really happy with my life, so when I found a zoltar machine straight out of the movie Big at the boardwalk, I knew what to wish for.
“I wish I had a new life.” Were the words I used. Since then I’ve thought of just how vague that wording was and how lucky I am to still be an adult, or even human. The next morning after making that wish I woke up in a strange bedroom, with a man next to me. I was Akiko, a japanese woman living just outside of Tokyo. I remembered everything from my old life, but I also remembered being a little girl, and my first kiss with a guy. I knew the guy next to me was my boyfriend Toshio. Heres the kicker, I then realized I spoke fluent japanese but only knew a few basic words in english.
It’s been three months and since then my life has been smiling for customers at my waitressing job as creepy old men try to grab my ass, or cooking for and pleasuring Toshio when he comes home. Once I put some effort into trying to find my old self on the internet, but what I found was that I had never existed. My siblings and parents and friends had no memory of me whatsoever. I tried to find the zoltar machine to put everything right again, but so far I’ve come up with nothing.
In a few minutes I know I’m going to wake Toshio up by sucking his morning wood like he likes. Then he’s going to probably play with my tits and pinch my nipples until I moan. I wish I could stop myself, break up with him, run away, but I just can’t bring myself to do it. Even just thinking about sex with him makes my pussy wet, even if my mind wants to gag. I wish I didn’t have a pussy, I wish I was back in America, and I wish I wasn’t forced into this life.