Only thought Kai had in past few months, was looking forward to start of college. The days and nights he had put into studying had finally paid off, and he had gotten a fully paid scholarship to an elite university. His family was proud of him, everybody in his small town spoke highly of him. He had a role model of kid to others, soft spoken, mild mannered, a church regular. But what excited him, was the whiff of independence. He won't be under the prying, judging eyes of people anymore.
But this excitement also bought with itself a bug chunk of nervousness. How will he handle a big, modern city? Will he be really able to channel his inner desires? From a young age, he had realized different things excited him compared to other boys. He also liked girls like them, but paid more attention to their clothes, hair, make-up. The number of crushes he had on girls, were evenly matched by number of crushes he had on other boys. But he also realized, a single shred of truth coming out of his mouth, will make him an outcaste, he might end up in a remediation camp.Notes
I am looking to play the role of Kai in this story. It will start from the time he arrives in the city to start his college. The other main character will be another male, who will eventually help him realize his true self. The character can be a senior student, a professor, a business man he meets while working as a barista. I am open to any of the possibilities here. An interesting twist will be if the man is married, and how it affects his life. He can be a straight man, who is also struggling with his emotions. Might the wife finds his affair kinky, and decides to be a part of it. As I said there are lot of possibilities to explore. We can add complex human emotions, drama, intrigue, etc. to it.
Physically Kai is going to be a feminine boy, and I want to incorporate cross-dressing, gradual transformation (might be hormone therapy, might be something else into it). But he will not be a doormat or very needy character. As usual I would like to discuss it with you, and build on this premise.