I have the adult-onset variety. Surely some giantess can make good use of this?
So the generous and industrious people behind SizeCon have resolved to organize a one-day online event, called SizeCon Micro. This seems obvious in light of recent events, but I’m nevertheless delighted that this is happening. Not many details yet, but they’re targeting this Summer or Fall.
They’ve also composed a survey to track the changing contours of how we each personally experience size fantasy. It’s a bit complicated, but I appreciate the attempt to capture all of our perverted permutations. I highly recommend reading all the questions first and make notes prior to filling out the survey. I had to complete it twice to get at all the variations in my preferences.
You have exactly one week–seven days–to read and evaluate all of the stories in the GentleApril20 flash fiction size fantasy contest. Please note that this time around you can vote for up to three stories in each of nine categories. Be sure to leave feedback–however brief–on all of the stories.
Tempus fugit, people!
My employer is requiring weekly Zoom meetings, and I’m sorely tempted to make Arctic Giantess here my background.
The evaluation form for the GentleApril20 flash fiction contest is now up! Thirty-one stories and nine categories, for each of which you can nominate up to three stories. Plus the usual feedback page, which as an author I can assure you is at least as important.
You have until May 24 to read the stories and fill out the evaluation.
Petite Palative Entertainment
Daily Dot has a brief article up about “giantess vore,” and they cite Spitty and Arctic Giantess, two size creators I’m very happy to see get wider mention. A dozen other creators get linked, as well. Despite the headline, the (very short) article emphasizes that size kinksters come in all genders and orientations.
Inspired by this distracting tweet by Aborigen. The Y-axis describes your size relative to the primary character(s) you interact with. The X-axis describes the aggregate tone of the size interactions. The latter is subjective, but importantly so.