In a society where men and women are determined by a set way of growing up, Stacey always knew she wanted to be a man. But when he falls in love with a boy at her school that causes her to question Society, things start to change.
An example of my original fiction.
Stacey Crane knew he wanted to be a man since he was little.
His father, Gracie, was a beautiful man, and was Stacey’s idol. He was strong, kind, loving, brave…everything Stacey wanted to be when he grew up. Gracie was in the army too. A Lieutenant Colonel. He fought for his nation, and still found time for his wife and chyld.
Granted, he loved his mother too, a woman by the name of Donna. But Donna was always busy at the lab—she was a scientist, of course, and spent all day working in the reproductive wing. She had actually made Stacey herself—she was proud to tell Stacey that she knew Test Tube #36K72 was good material. That is, she did when she saw Stacey. Typically she’d just come home to make dinner and then retire to her room, leaving Stacey with Gracie or all by herself.