“And 3,2,1 awake!” The magician said as Collin was brought from his trance. Collin looked around, confused. He was in a room he didn’t recognize and there was a man whom he’d never met standing in front of him, smiling.
“What’s going on?” Collin asked, not yet aware of the high timbre of his voice. “Where am I?”
“You’re backstage, sir, or should I say, madam?” the magician responded.
“Madam? What are you talking about? What happened to my voice?” Collin said, bringing a hand to his throat.
“Don’t you remember? You were on the game show, “magic wheel”, and you won the big prize.” The magician said.
“Yeah, I remember! I won ‘new life’!”
“And so that’s what you have. You have a new life as a woman, something totally different from any experience you’ve ever had.”
“No, I’m not a woman. I’m a man. ‘New life’ is supposed to mean a lot of money and a new house, or a new job or something!”
“‘new life’ is vague, but you cannot argue that we came through.”
“This is ridiculous, I demand to be turned back.”
“I’m sorry, but that’s impossible. You’re a woman now.”
“I am not a woman!” Colin screamed in an undeniably womanly voice.
“Oh yeah?” The magician said with a smile as he ripped open Colin’s shirt revealing his large breasts covered in a satin polka dot bra. Colin looked down incredulously. The sight was overwhelming for him. Before his eyes were two potent symbols of femininity that could only confirm what Colin had been denying since he awoke. His head began to spin as he saw his future unroll before him. He should have never signed up for the gameshow or signed the contract that allowed them to do this to him, but now he was stuck. His future was that of a woman, and Colin knew he was stuck.