"SISSY NEWSMAN" - A macho, womanizing news commentator with his own TV show is always ranting against gays and the "Fem-A-Nation" of the country. However, he secretly relaxes by wearing his wife's clothes. When he makes improper advances to his sister-in-law, some changes will need to be made. Of course, this will involve plenty of humiliation and "training" - much of it in front of a large audience; "MARRIED BLISS" is about a young man who thinks he can leave his cross-dressing past behind when he gets married. I wonder how that works out? In "TOUGHENING UP" - a transgender five year-old boy is sent off to military school by his dad to "become a man". The youngster definitely toughens up, but in a way his father didn't expect. In "REUNION", Jake decides to attend his ten year high school reunion, where he meets an old friend who reminds him of his past and challenges him to be himself; "DANCING FOR KRISHNA" tells the tale of a tough young medieval Indian boy who must learn to dance and think like a girl or starve. "LITTLE FEATHER"- the story of a Native American boy who would rather be a girl. "ATTIS RULES" is the tale of an ancient priest of the Mother Goddess who must feminize or find another line of work. "TWINS" - a widowed queen gives birth to identical twin sons; the only way to keep them from fighting is to make one of them a sissy. "MUKAMBU'S BRIDE" is based on the story of the African queen Nzinga, whose husbands and servants were required to dress as women; "HIS SISTER'S SISSY" - Is anything possible? Can a girl turn her obnoxious teen-aged brother into a Homecoming Queen? Well, maybe she can, if she takes her time and gets plenty of help; "HER SISSY LOVER" tells the tale of a college guy in love with a beautiful lesbian. Will he ever be her type? In "THE GIRL NEXT DOOR", a lonely woman accidentally discovers that her neighbor is a closeted crossdresser. She's cool with it - but how can she break the ice without scaring him off?