A Slippery Slope in Military Academy: A Frail Cadet (Forced to Work in Girls' Uniform)


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An ultimatum was given: leave the academy or continue as a female cadet.
Title: Slippery Slope in Military Academy
Subtitle: A Frail Cadet
Series: Forced to Work in Girls' Uniform

In an attempt to cure himself of GID, 19 year old honey-complexion boy, Deepak Bhatia joins Everest Military Academy: a private training institute that trains young people to become brave and competent soldiers. However, the delicate Deepak finds he is unable to cope with the strenuous army life and finds himself failing all PET tests. (Retd.) Brigadier Mehta, the principal of the academy, gives Deepak an ultimatum: either quit the academy or continue as a female cadet.

Deepak embraces his deepest, darkest desires by opting to transform into a female cadet. He is ordained into femininity by being forced to wear the female cadets’ uniform which comprises of a puff-sleeved OG shirt and a leaf-green pleated skirt. Eventually, Deepak’s feminization includes HRT and SRS conducted/supervised by doll-faced 29 year old army doctor, Dr. (Capt) Sophie Mistry. As Deepak eventually transforms into gorgeous, diva-like Diana, Dr. (Capt) Sophie makes it clear that her interest in Diana is more than professional. Diana, however, has lost her heart to Capt. Eric Saldana, her young and dashing Military History teacher. Diana is shocked when she learns that Capt. Saldana is interested in Dr. (Capt) Sophie. Meanwhile, Cadet Alvin D’Cruz, a classmate of Diana’s displays a zealous, possessive passion for her.

Where will these convoluted romantic entanglements lead to? Is Diana destined to be with the man of her dreams?

[Acknowledgement on Front Cover Image]
The front cover picture was created making a minor change to a picture released on Flickr (link: https://flic.kr/p/75k5gi ) under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. While the story is about a fictious Indian academy, the front cover picture is of brave girls in Pakistan

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