Dude’s getting a blowjob, and he doesn’t know it yet, but he’s getting it from a witch. He’s startled when she stops before he cums, but he’s even more surprised when he opens his eyes and discovers that while she was blowing him, he shrank to the height of three inches.
She tells him that he will return to normal size in four hours, but if he cums before that he will be tiny permanently. Then she licks her lips and smiles.
So I saw this here, and I knew I had to make my own version…
Continue reading “I Pledge Excellent Service”
My Size Riot stories are becoming increasingly less smutty, so my non-Size Riot projects are turning into cum-deluges to compensate.
Image source: ArcticGiantess
Added one page to Olo’s Greatest Tumblr Hits:
This 2001 film from India features some surprisingly attractive size differential.
23 Sep 2016
Added one page to Original Stories by Olo:
An office temp steals a shrink ray and goes postal on his former co-workers.
15 May 2017
The subject and theme of the Size Riot quarterly flash fiction contest have been announced: Giant Man and First Date!
- Characters must be or interact with a giant man
- A first date must be featured in the story
The contest begins on July 1. Sign up now!
Image: Growing Vexes and Interest by ExuberantCurtain
This post is proximally in reply to this comment by Aborigen, but it obviously is the result of many years of observation, rumination, self-recrimination, and determination. I cannot emphasize enough that these are my personal feelings and experiences, and the last thing I want is to assert that they are somehow generally representative of even most hetmale size fantasists, let alone everyone in the community. To be frank, this is more of a personal journal entry than a public comment, but over the years I have seen and heard things that resonate with my thoughts on these subjects, and so I’m going to digress all over the place in the hope that it might help someone somewhere deal with their own feelings and experiences.
Continue reading “Shrunken Men, Giantesses, Nice Guys, and Toxic Masculinity”