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The Overflowing Bra

New World Order, A
Luna Genetics releases two drugs into the market to help with sexual dysfunction: first Promade for Men, then Voluxil for Women.
Average Scores:

Overall= 2, BE= 4, Characters= 2, Technical= 5

While the story is well-written and contains a good amount of eroticism, all of this fades into the background given the overall lack of humanity. I just could not focus on anything other than the portrayal of men as simple-minded morons (even before the pills take full effect), and the depiction of women as sadistic opportunists.

With the reversal of power, the author hints at interesting philosophical concepts, although this doesn't seem to be the intention.

Suffice to say that if the same story with reversed roles ever reached mainstream eyes, the writer would be publicly lynched.

Overall= 5, BE= 5, Characters= 4, Technical= 5

great story

Overall= 3, BE= 4, Characters= 4, Technical= 4

An intriguing premise, with some satisfying sex scenes. Female domination is sometimes amusing, though this story borders somewhat on cruelty. Of course, the plot is improbable, since the government would never permit the sale of a drug that destroyed brain cells to make men into guillible, horny dolts. (Any drug like that would have to be tested for years, and they'd never let it hit market if it did that to men) But if you could just get around our pesky F.D.A., It would certainly be exciting for all women to turn into elegant, busty bombshells.

Overall= 5, BE= 4, Characters= 5, Technical= 5

An epic entertainment, delivering every manner of bittersweet charm. Though the plot was predictable enough after the first few chapters, it progressed at an excellent pace. This story deserves a sequal or spin-off; it would be interesting to see either a punctual turn-around of the bimboization, or perhaps further developments making the situation even more terrifying and hopeless. This story arouses through sensuality, subtleness AND fear. Keep writing!

Overall= 1, BE= 4, Characters= 2, Technical= 5

Horrifying as it is, the storyline progresses well and the BE stays excellent throughout. The male-turning-into-a-woman thing isn't my thing, but you handle that BE about as well. The characters themselves are fairly two-dimensional, but that seemed to be your intention all along, particularly with all the inner monologue back-biting at the beginning. The story could have been much, much shorter, with perhaps one main male and female lead as opposed to the several included.

Overall= 5, BE= 4, Characters= 3, Technical= 4

the dream sequence with the circling member in the water was fantastic.

Overall= 3, BE= 4, Characters= 3, Technical= 5

Kowalski's stories always leave me a bit cold. Of course for me all this fantasy business is a joyous, togetherness type of thing. For him it is all about domination and women using men. This is a major turn-off for me, personally.

However, the question is, does the story do what it is meant to do? The answer is a huge, huge YES. It is extremely effective and absolutely sterling in terms of writing. I definitely do see an advantage to a smaller cast, as a previous reviewer mentioned. Particularly since all of the cast are undergoing these pharmaceutical changes, it's hard to keep them straight.

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