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Rebecca sat quietly, mouth agape. The bailiff placed his hand firmly on the back of the prisoner’s neck. He looked at Rebecca expectantly. She nodded, and the man’s head was slowly squeezed into her maw. Her throat expanded with practiced ease to accept him, his descent accelerating as the peristaltic action of her esophagus latched onto his shoulders. His torso and beer gut fell into her moments before his waist disappeared. She made only the slightest effort to elevate his body and didn't even bother using her hands to guide .

This hadn't been her first human-sized meal, nor even the first one who had entered her gullet willingly - far from it. Nor would it be her last. Once Rebecca had her lips around someone, her stomach was where they'd inevitably, permanently end up.


This piece is a direct followup about Rebecca Wakeman's future. It takes place years after the events of Collar (https://aryion.com/g4/view/529597) and Daniel (https://aryion.com/g4/view/533117). You don’t need to have read either of these stories to enjoy this one, however, I implore you to at least check out Collar first. This story effectively concludes Rebecca’s storyline with a neat little bow.

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Progressive: Comments and feedback are appreciated! I read them all and try to respond as best I can!

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rabidPsionic

Posted by rabidPsionic 10 months ago Report

That was...
Wow. You'd never really think of it like that.
Possibly one of the best stories on here.

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

Thank you for such high praise!

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threk

Posted by threk 10 months ago Report

Jesus H. Christ the emotion is fucking RAW.

Bloody incredible work, really shows how dark this thing would actually be if the pred started thinking like a normal human being after the fact, yikes. Amazingly, an optimistic ending too. Thanks for the harrowing journey through vore rehabilitation.

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

Thank you so much!
I poured a lot of myself into this one. I've flirted with addiction problems far too often myself, so writing this has been rather cathartic.

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threk

Posted by threk 10 months ago Report

The effort really came through on it, it's way more powerfully compelling than anything on a niche fetish smut site deserves to be :P

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

That's very high praise, thank you kindly.

On a personal note, I think this site deserves compelling stories. I hope to continue to make content like this in the future.

Cheers!

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RDRW

Posted by RDRW 10 months ago Report

Yeah I think so too. This isn't maybe exactly the kind of story you would expect to find on a site like this, but I'm glad these stories exist.
Gripping and long-take stories mixed with vore works extraordinary well for me, and since they contain vore..where else to publish them?

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

" since they contain vore... where else to publish them?"

My writing group discusses this exact conundrum every day. I'll let you know if we find an answer.

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Caesar

Posted by Caesar 10 months ago Report

Wow. I've never seen a story explore the physiological consequences of vore this deeply. It really tugs you around from thinking of Rebecca as a monster, and rooting for her in the end. It's truely a fantastic finish. I'll admit thought, the depth of this character really make me wish we had a story or two placed between "Daniel" and now, as remorse has clearly been building within her for some time now.

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

I had to cut a major scene from this story. It wasn't working and interfered with the flow and pacing too much.

The good news is that I'm making that leftover content into it's own short story. It's another tearjerker (cause I seem to only write intensely emotional stories these days) about Rebecca's husband. Should be ready in the next two weeks.

Thanks for leaving a comment! Cheers!

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RDRW

Posted by RDRW 10 months ago Report

Wow, that was both dark and fascinating.
I thought that, in 'Daniel', Rebecca felt like a heartless villain despite knowing the background of 'Collar'. And well, she kinda was at the time that story took place.
But with this...you managed to develop her character to a level that she really feels like a broken soul. To a point that this almost feels like a character study.
Heavy stuff

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 10 months ago Report

You are absolutely correct. In Daniel, Rebecca is the the heartless villain, and Alina has to deal with the effects of her wanton cruelty. Most of that story is told from Alina's POV, so it's really hard to build sympathy for Rebecca.

Uncollar is meant to show how someone like Rebecca can get beaten down by years of the predator lifestyle, but find that it can very difficult to get away from.

I hope you enjoyed the story! Thanks for leaving a comment and sharing your thoughts (and for the shout out in that forum post)! There should be some lighter stories coming out soon!

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RDRW

Posted by RDRW 10 months ago Report

Yes, I definitely enjoyed the story. This world is generally a very compelling setting, so I'm always happy to read more from it.

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rocker90

Posted by rocker90 10 months ago Report

Honestly, I didn't read the description, and I hadn't seen any of your other stories before this. So let me just say, I was not ready

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Tethys

Posted by Tethys 8 months ago Report

The nurse almost taking the ring and then showing pity, even with how delirious her begging was, is top tier sads ;^;

The tension building up to the taste at the end was done especially well, particularly after how Uncollared unfolded.

Your works really are always a joy to read.

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Progressive

Posted by Progressive 8 months ago Report

Thank you very much! I'm glad you enjoy my works- I enjoy writing them.

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