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Hucow Heaven

by Daisy Evans

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Not sure what to think of this story. A young woman lives in a trailer with a foster family. She's beaten. Her foster brother tries to do things to her but she's bigger and/or stronger. Weeks after she turns 18, the seemingly always aroused young woman pleasures herself at night. Then tiptoes out of her room only to hear voices. To hear her foster parents talking about how she's legal now so they are going to turn her into a prostitute. Naturally she doesn't like the idea and flees.

Gets picked up by a guy, John, in a truck. They have a picnic. One thing leads to another and . . . she's been abducted and is on her way to become a cowgirl. No, not the kind of cowgirl you might be immediately thinking if you see the name. The kind that is used for her breast milk. And is treated like a cow.

She spent ten years being broken by her foster family. Dreaming of being saved. She sees John, the guy who "rescued" her, as her saver. Who she will do anything for. Sooo. A mentally disturbed young woman finds herself with three rough men. Who, once they realize what she is, mostly change. And treat her gently. As they continue to turn her into a cowgirl. Or, as most of these stories put it, a hucow. Human cow.

As I said, no idea how to take this story. Any other woman in this situation and she'd be fighting, the three men would be acting all rough and stuff and . . . well, different kind of story. So, even though the story is in the realm of rough stories, of abductions, of sex slaves, the woman involved was broken long ago. By others. And she sees them as her savers. And feels herself to be in heaven. Sooo. mmphs. ( )
  Lexxi | May 21, 2015 |
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