Tiny Roommate

Three-inch tall man in foreground facing full-size woman in lingerie with large breasts, drooping belly, and thick thighs walking across apartment toward him
Tiny Roommate by Galiagan

A Condensed story. Inspired by Galiagan’s Tiny Roommate series.

Content Notes: F/m, shrunken man, disrespectful attitude, grabbing without asking, non-consensual entrapment, vore mention, breast play, Stockholm Syndrome

Unlike most everyone else, Jessica thought the Condensation was hilarious.  She never imagined that it might happen to her, and so far it hadn’t.  It had happened to a girl from her high school class, but Jessica didn’t know her very well and she just giggled whenever she appeared on her Instagram, standing in the palm of her poor husband’s hand.

Not all of the Condensed had family or friends to look after them, and a number of government agencies and charitable organizations implemented a variety of programs to obtain secure environments for the shrunken people.  Jessica saw an advertisement offering a monthly stipend for people who took in Condensed people as roommates, and she could always use a little more cash.

“I mean,” she told her friend Shondra, “how much could one of those little bugs eat?  Give ‘em a tissue box to sleep in and they’re all set.”

“Don’t they check up on you to make sure you’re not abusin’ ‘em?”

“I’m not gonna abuse ‘em, Jesus.  I’m just sayin’ it’ll cost less than that stipend brings in.  Way less.”

“I thought you liked living on your own.”

“I like not having to clean up someone else’s mess or listen to their stupid music.  I wouldn’t mind having someone to chat or watch shows with, though.  If she ever got annoying I’d just put her in her box.”

“You bad, girl.”

“It’s not my fault they got tiny!  They should be grateful to whoever takes ‘em in.”

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Condensed — A Size World

Man kissing a three-inch-tall woman in the foreground right; behind them to the left is a framed photo of both of them at full size.
Kissing the Missus by Dropdreme

When the Condensation (as it came to be called) started two years ago, most people were terrified. Junk DNA, present in one person in five hundred (at the latest estimate), caused a drastic metamorphosis in the affected population.  Carriers of the activated DNA fell into a coma and began to slowly shrink in size.  The process took a little over a month, and when the afflicted people woke from their coma they found themselves at four percent of their original height.

Not all the afflicted underwent this metamorphosis at the same time, and the shrinkings were unevenly distributed geographically, appearing first in Asia, then Africa, then worldwide.  Geneticists were still deeply divided as to the precise DNA sequence(s) responsible for the change, and they had no real idea how they had been activated.  Some people theorized that the activation had been triggered by environmental conditions related to global population levels and/or climate change, but there was no direct evidence of this.  Nevertheless, proponents of this theory suggested that the global human population needed to be “condensed” to be sustainable, and the name stuck.

Two years may have been enough time to give the phenomenon a name, but it wasn’t nearly enough time for societies to adjust and accommodate their Condensed populations.  The only observable limitation so far was that no one younger than 14 had been Condensed, leading to speculation about the role of hormones and puberty in triggering the metamorphosis.  Adults of every age, gender, country, ethnicity, and wealth stratum were susceptible to being Condensed, threatening hierarchies around the world.

New Condensed story: Tiny Roommate

Demand & Supply

Smiling woman holding tiny man in her palm and twisting his head
Neuman headpop by CelTon

Added one page to Original Stories by Olo:

Demand & Supply

Sequel to Resonance: Shrinking technology falls into the wrong hands.

Shrunken People, Preds of all genders, Multiple Grisly Deaths, Violence Physical and Moral, Callous Displays of Blood and Gore, Systemic Nonconsensual Encounters, Fatal Vore Hard and Soft, Fatal Vaginal Insertion, Prisoner Abuse, Torture, Mutilation, Scientific Rivalry, Addiction to Cruelty

28 Apr 2023

Straight-up horror here. No real sexytimes, unless you get off to torture and horrific death (no judgment).

“Truly dystopian…bleak…unsettling.” —Nyx

Dare You Not To Grow

Elle Largesse has completed her latest size story, Lesbian Love Story: Dare You Not To Grow. 14482 words over six chapters, Elle portrays two size-shifting lesbians, one trans and one cis, at the moment they mutually decide to expand (heh) their relationship from friends to lovers. While the story is told from the perspective of only one of the women, both women are fully conceptualized and behave coherently (and lasciviously).

Elle knows her way around size smut, and here she returns to her favorite theme of size-shifting tied to sexual arousal. For me, the strongest juice came from Elle’s use of the carnal vulnerabilities of size-differential to illustrate the emotional risks of love. That both women have to conceal their size-shifting from the world of “Normies” only highlights their interdependence.

High replay value here. It also hits the sweet spot for self-insertion.

The Persistence of Motivation

Shrunken Olo gazing in awe and lust at the nude sleeping form of Aja from the movie KINGSAJZ
Kingsajz (1987)

Today marks the tenth anniversary of my very first post on any Internet size fantasy site. It was the first chapter of the first size fantasy story I ever wrote for publication. It was a leap of something to decide that I wanted to add my voice to the size conversation, and that someone wanted to hear it. I’ve met several fascinating people in the online size community over the years, and a precious few of them have given me helpful feedback on my writing. One person even said my writing has improved over time.

I’ve been struggling recently to devote most of my free time to writing a story that I don’t know more than a single person would want to read. My motives are divided between wanting to express a vision and just wanting to get more practice at creative writing. I’m also trying to improve my executive functioning, such that simply completing a task I have set for myself is an achievement. I have unquestionably benefited from reader feedback, but “writing for myself” remains my only reliable motive.

I wonder if I shouldn’t experiment with crafting a story that I know I will not share with anyone. How will that inform my judgment? Should that even make a difference?

The goal of the Size Aesthetic project is to develop ways to appreciate size fantasy beyond the simple litmus test of “does it scratch my itches or not.” I always love it when people tell me they get off to the same things I do, but these days I’m more concerned with whether I’ve told a compelling story, whether I’ve described a vivid scene, whether I’ve introduced interesting characters. These concerns, of course, apply to all creative fiction, not just size fantasy.

I’ve never participated in a creative writing workshop, either in school or for recreation. Perhaps I should look into changing that.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Gulliver running to keep pace with the strolling Queen of Brobdingnag and her Maids of Honour.
Wasn’t that something?

We’re coming up on four years since Tumblwintr, and the world is getting yet another demonstration why it’s a bad idea to let billionaires exercise their sociopathy by controlling critical infrastructure. The crazy thing is, Musk isn’t even trying to ban porn on Twitter (yet). If grownups ever regain control of what’s left of Twitter, however, advertisers are going to demand they severely restrict or ban porn. It’s inevitable.

Elle Largesse (aka MightyTinyGiant), among others, is exploring the possibility of creating (and running?) a Mastodon server for hosting size fans. Unlike Twitter posts, Mastodon posts can be added to a RSS feed that can be aggregated by apps like Feedly. Presumably, this server will both allow NSFW content as well as moderating against harassment and hate speech. Here’s a form where you can sign up to be notified if/when they get it operational. I will also update this post with the URL if I learn about it.

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Big Sky — A Size World

Source: Czech commercial for Raiffeisen Bank

This is my background post for all stories set in the Big Sky universe. World-building is an ongoing project, and I expect to be adding to this document both when I publish a new Big Sky story and between stories, whenever I explore this world further in my imagination.

Here are all the Big Sky stories published to date:

A Little Trouble in Big Sky

A missing person case brings a detective from the warrens into a partnership with a Federal investigator in Big Sky Country.

Tiny People, F/m, M/f, FM/f, M/ff, FF/m, New World Order, Gentle, Cruel, Handheld, Entrapment, Mouth Play, Body Exploration, Vaginal Insertion, Nonconsensual, Vore Mention, Watersports, Giant Cock, Breast Play, Anal Insertion, Crush, Fatality
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World-Building, Author Ambitions, and Reader Expectations

Land of the Giants, “The Crash”

I’m going to compose a background post for the story universe that I created for my first story, A Little Trouble in Big Sky. When I first wrote it I sketched out a couple of paragraphs as an explanatory prologue, and other world-building hints were scattered throughout the story. I’m happy with the amount of detail I provided at the time, and I think the story still stands on its own.

So why am I adding more detail now? Partly because, after almost nine years, I’m actively thinking about writing another story set in the same universe. It probably doesn’t strictly require more specification or elaboration, but I admire how Aborigen’s categories help save time and exposition by warning the reader up front that they are entering a size story and what kind of size differential to expect. I’m also looking forward to the sheer creativity of extrapolating from what I’ve written and finding room for different stories.

Another motive for creating a setting where size-differential is “expected” is to allow character development that is unencumbered by people having to acknowledge and process otherwise-fantastic size-differential. I want to show real people in real relationships, and having to spend time where they deny their own senses while trying to grapple with giants or tinies detracts from that.

Now, don’t get me wrong; the bewilderment and awe of encountering fantastic size-differential is an important and valuable element of size fantasy, and I certainly don’t want to eliminate it entirely. I also don’t plan to write stories exclusively set in constructed size worlds. I still get the urge to take a simple vision of a size encounter and describe it intensely without digression, and I plan to continue indulging such urges.

Paradoxically, I believe going to the trouble of fleshing out a size world can make the stories set in it more accessible to non-size-pervs. It helps you think about the motivations of your characters, which are always formed in the context of what other people do in similar situations. Consequently, your characters make more sense and are therefore more relatable.

I have decided against trying to formulate a size world for each of my stories; not all of them lend themselves to rich extrapolation, and of course many of them derive their juice from featuring unexpected and incomprehensible size-differential. Despite those aspects, however, some have managed to include favorite characters and/or relationships that could warrant sequels. I expect to rely almost entirely on my own passions to determine if any get expanded.

Anyway, look for the Big Sky category to get a background post soon and another story sometime this year.

UPDATE: My Big Sky background post is now up.