Before the Internet, teenagers and adult males who wanted incriminating photos of themselves in garish drag-queen outfits had to slather on cosmetics and squeeze into dainty garments before snapping a Polaroid or posing for a mug shot. These days, they can just send their senior pictures or Glamour Shots to Petticoat Punishment artist Carol Jean, who will provide them with a complementary makeover into pretty, pretty princesses.
The first step of the transformation can be a bit awkward. But Carol Jean's finished portraits depict gorgeous women who retain the strong, manly personalities of the original models. It's the best of all worlds, and it will come to pass! We're still in the starter-image stage of human development, but this gallery clearly foretells our gradual evolution into an androgynous race of living dolls. I'm sure many prophets were ostracized as freakish perverts in their time.
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