Review: Ashley

Ashley (mind control, masturbation) by Blue Collar Girl
Ashley discovers a pile of goo in her home.

Date Released: Dec. 1, 2018

Goo, in the context of TF and MC, has always been something that excited me. Whether that be latex-based or something wholly unknowable, it has been something I love to read and see. I honestly do not know why this is, but I don’t really know why feet represent my primary fetish. But, the largely harmless nature of these fetishes makes their origins far less important than their effect. Anyway, Ashley reminded me a bit of Discovery, which also utilized the sense of religious chaining, but the chains here were more attached to honor. That gave this a much more universal sense, at least for those truly interested in dramatic underpinnings. However, that drama was a bit less important as the story went on, and I may keep an eye out if there’s more. Fun, quick, and most importantly, gooey.

Dec. 29, 2018 Update (2 chaps)

In some ways, these new chapters moved this story forward in stranger directions. That was more than a good thing. Can’t say I’ve ever really been into bondage, but I must admit, I’ve warmed to it is subtle ways of late. It’s all context. The goo-cocoon context makes it more than OK, while I’m sure it would blow away the minds of others. Then again, I do love a good story with goo! So, this came pretty close to blowing¬†my¬†mind away. OK, I did feel bad for what probably happened to the cat. I really do love animals. Anyway, this overall story may be a bit dark at heart, but that makes sense here. We are going somewhere. Almost can’t wait to find out where!

Sept. 14, 2019 Update

It’s been more than a while, but am more than happy to see this story continue. Ashley has changed quite a bit since chap 1, and it’s interesting to see the conflict from a more or less objective point of view. Her mind is being adjusted on the fly, but we are aware she is not fully aware. Well, maybe this segment ran kinda slowly, if I may have at least one nitpick. It is still interesting to see her outlook shifting beyond her control.

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