Last year, Taedis compiled twenty-eight size fantasy stories into a paperback volume and gave it away at SizeCon2020. She’s done it again, thirty-five contributors this time (including vintage size fantasists like Swift and Baudelaire), and you can get a free PDF here and a paperback copy here. Check her tweet to learn about Volume 3.
Like twin hemispheres hovering over the size community, Undersquid and Aborigen have clenched together to promote #ButtCrushDays. After observing that there is a four-day gape between the non-sizey holidays National Ass Day (17 Oct) and International Ass Day (20 Oct), they determined that size fantasists should devote a rump week to celebrating the glory of butts giant and tiny.
Y’all can observe this occasion however you like, but in my house we call it ButtHugDays. Put me in that velvet pinch and hold me tight.
Why do we share our size fantasies with others, and why do we care what others enjoy in size fantasy? I suppose everything on this blog is an attempt to answer one or both of these questions, but a couple of recent posts have me looking at them with renewed urgency. Aborigen asked himself what he still hopes to achieve with his size writing, and in one of those recurring “What would you really do?” threads on the Shrunken Women Board Azureeyes talked about the importance of hearing about the real people behind the fantasy. I’ve been watching the online size scene for 25 years and an active participant for almost a decade and I still don’t know exactly why I keep returning to it.Continue reading “What’s It To You?”
This tweet provoked an illuminating discussion about how social media like Tumblr and Twitter ultimately fragment communities more than they unify them. Those platforms aren’t without their benefits, but I agree that they make it very difficult either to preserve conversations or to archive works and commentary. This is a major reason why I prefer blogs and fora like Daddy’s Dollhouse.
I haven’t done nearly enough reading to have a full understanding of the history of sex work and the roles it has played in various societies over the millennia, and I would be very grateful for reading recommendations in the comments. In the meantime, I would like to discuss current attitudes and practices regarding sex work as they apply to the size fantasy community. Specifically, I would like to examine what is okay and not okay when approaching creators and others and how to calibrate one’s expectations. This is very obviously a discussion in process, and I am open to being corrected, clarified, and educated. Please respond with your thoughts below.
I bring all this up because when you tell someone how they should participate in the size community (create certain content, play certain roles), you are demanding that they perform sex work for your gratification.Continue reading “Size Sex Work”
One of the reasons that Jitensha was motivated to create Daddy’s Dollhouse was that, in her experience, some M/f fans were inhibited from expressing their darker fantasies, more so than fans of other size fantasy configurations. One of her first posts was an invitation for everyone to share the darker stuff that gets them going. It has been supremely gratifying to read and contribute to this thread.
Be warned: The discussion contains fatal outcomes, watersports, scat, cruelty, and of course nonconsensual encounters. Please read and comply with the forum rules.
Jitensha has done it again! She saw an unaddressed need in the size community and up and did something about it. She wanted a space where M/f desires were not merely tolerated but rather centered and celebrated, so she and her tech-giant husband Sergio designed, configured, and launched Daddy’s Dollhouse, a size forum for shrunken women, giant men, and size shenanigans ranging from gentle companionship to refined cruelty.
Jitensha has compiled a fulsome mission statement and set of guidelines, which I encourage everyone to read even if they don’t plan to frequent the forum, as they are the result of years of experience and reflection on the size community. As always when entering a new social space, listen to everyone else before making assumptions, judgments, or complaints.
I just made my account, and I expect to be a regular visitor and participant. See you there!
There’s been recent concern expressed about the possibility that renewed legislative attempts to hold social media platforms liable for their content will result in blanket bans on adult content. This concern is well-placed, IMO, and was presciently described by Bacchus as the Pornocalypse. They’ll keep trying to stop the signal, so it’s on us to stay ahead of them.
This seems a good occasion to remind everyone that I am still updating my Where To Find Everyone page, which gets the highest regular traffic and followed links of any of my pages. If you would like me to make any additions, changes, or removals, let me know.