Thursday, March 21, 2019

Chloe's Bites: The Full Collection by Chloe Lorell (GTS femdom lesbian erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

We had a chance to chat with Chloe this morning, and now I am delighted to introduce you to some of her stories.


Chloe's Bites: The Full Collection is an intense story of insatiable lust, dark witchcraft, magical revenge, and erotic adventure . . . with a bit of a gender twist. Chloe Lorel reverses roles from what you might expect, giving a highly sexed young woman all the desire and all the power, and putting a young male virgin at her mercy.

It all starts when Clara catches her boyfriend cheating on her, and decides to seek out a witch doctor to help her enact revenge on the male gender - a potion that shrinks victims down to action figure size. Within her first few hours Clara abuses one young man and eats several others, discovering that the power she wields over tiny people is intoxicating.

If that sounds crazy, we are just beginning. We have a young man stuffed into bras and tucked into panties, savored like a lollipop, used as a human sex toy, pickled in female sex juices, and crushed between butt cheeks. It is literally a size fetishists wet dream. We also have three young women discovering the thrills of lesbian sex, the excitement of sexual witchcraft, and the dangers of betrayal.

There is a fantastic thread of mystery and intrigue to the story as we discover how Clara, Christina, Mindy, and Dan are all connected, and why Dan reacts as he does to each of them. It takes a while for the whole picture to come clear, and the story just gets darker, kinkier, and more extreme as it goes. In the meantime, we get to know each woman well, and through Dan we get to experience the vicarious fears and fantasies of life as a pet, a sex toy, a piece of property, and a prisoner.

About Chloe Lorell : Sweet, almost shy, on the outside, I am able to hide my true nature from near anybody. I'll flutter my eyelashes, blush prettily, and lure my prey into my clutches. Behind my adopted persona, I am a cruel, sadistic, and deviant woman. By day, I work in a university teaching anthropology, mythology, and ancient religion. I am an expert, too, of cryptology, and can decipher and translate many, many dead languages at will. Frankly though, I'd rather be writing fetish, or better yet, "playing.".

@ChloeLorell

Fourplay Fetish Feature: An Interview with Chloe Lorell (GTS femdom erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

To close out the first week of fun, I am delighted to introduce you to Chloe Lorell, who actually prompted the idea for the theme when she contact me back in January.


♥ Thank you so much for taking the time to join us - we are so very delighted to have you! For those readers who have yet to encounter your work, can you give us a brief introduction?

My work largely focuses on the giantess-fetish, with emphasis on vore and mouth play, however, I like to believe mine sticks out because of the focus on character. While the male protagonist is usually a generally flat so as to allow you as the reader to project themselves onto them, I try to keep the giantess of each book varied and exciting. With the exception of my personal favourite work (the novel-sized Chloe’s Bites) my work is told from the shrunken male’s perspective. This gives me a point of view from which to examine and celebrate the power of the all-powerful female of the narrative.

In Chloe’s Bites, the perspective changes from chapter to chapter, and although there’s plenty of action (and sex), this allows for the narrative to focus on the developing relationship between the giantess, Clara, and her tiny pet. In this way ‘Chloe’s Bites’ is aimed at both males with giantess fetishes, and girls with tiny-man fetishes. Probably why it’s my favourite.

♥ How did you first get exposed to the macro/micro world? Were there old memories of sci-fi movies or cartoons that you fetishized, or was your introduction more direct?

In my undergraduate studies, I majored in both ‘Philosophy’ and ‘Professional and Creative Writing.’ I did a lot of comparative-religion, and I gained a fascination with written works from the bronze and iron ages: mythology, ancient religions etc. In my professional opinion, there are too many similar archetypes from unconnected cultures for eroticism to be anything but a fundamental, driving force of human nature and culture.

Throughout ancient religions and tales, there are reports of depraved sexually-dominant females, almost as though part of us knows it’s the natural order: from Asherah—Adam’s first wife—who rapes men in their sleep and is the mother of all succubus, and Ishtar, the wrathful Mesopotamian goddess of love and war, to the Amazons of Greek myth, who kidnap men to breed from, forcing them to dress as women, and stay home and weave while the Amazons hunt and fight. In Egyptian mythology, the sun God Ra is swallowed each night by the sky goddess Nut. He then spends the night in her belly, wrestling with Apep, a serpent demoness.

I struggled with money in those early days, and although I was just fond of the giantess fetish, I knew little to nothing about it. I wrote a story here and there as a way of making a little money, borrowing from my knowledge of lost scripture, and erotic ancient tales. I soon came to form a passion for it, and now write for the love of it.

♥ For some readers, the appeal seems to be in the size contrast itself. For others, it is in the power exchange. Some look to the genre for arousal, some for horror, and others for both. What is the primary appeal for you, as an author?

I try to at least make my stories believable so as to leave a vivid image in my audience’s mind, to convey a feeling that’ll send a shiver down their spine and have them reading the same work again and again. I view my writing as a craft, and take pride in its quality. So, in a way, it’s up to my audience. If my work fail to ring true with the audience, it’s due to my failure as a writer. For me personally though, the appeal of the fetish is the power-exchange; the submissive’s fear when he sees what’s about to happen to him, his realization of his fate’s inevitability, and his horror when he finds himself liking it. However, I try to give my audience a bit of everything: Plot, simple un-bridled sex, as well as character development and even romance between the characters.

I have been complimented specifically on my ability to build suspense. When I read erotica myself, and it ends without giving the audience satisfaction, merely ending leaving the audience wanting more, I feel cheated. This is why I like writing slightly longer works than others in the fetish. Yes, of course I want my readers wanting more when they finish reading one of my stories, but I also want them to feel satisfied. To feel like they got their money’s worth, even if was just two or three dollars.

♥ Since we're talking the imaginative side of erotica, is there a personal fetish or a fantasy that you have yet to explore? Somewhere, maybe, you fear to go in your stories?

There are no areas of erotica where I feel any inclination to write about that I wouldn’t, but there are areas I haven’t yet explored. In the writing of the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, for example, he tells a story of a giant serpent-woman similar to a lamia, who takes Heracles captive and keeps him as a bed-slave for a full year as he travels through Scythia. I would love to write an erotic retelling of this fable and bring it to my audience in an accessible way, but doubt there would be a huge market for it. I started in giantess-erotica, and they may stay in giantess-erotica for quite some time. I’ve thought about blending the two fetishes of monster and giantess together. Perhaps I’ll make a series of it, and really bring my love of myth and legend to the forefront of my erotica.

♥ With reviews so crucial to generating exposure, what are some of the weirdest or most wonderful reactions you’ve had from readers?

Unfortunately, I’ve had precious little interaction with my audience. When I released my first book, I got an email from a man from Germany saying that mine was the first giantess book he’d ever read, and he loved it. I’ve noticed that every time I publish, there’s an immediate sale from Germany, so I presume he’s one of my more loyal readers, but there’s no way to ascertain this to be the case. Another of my books (Maxine’s Manor) received a five-star rating from a reader from Turkey on Goodreads. It’s the highest rating that reader gave to any book in 2016. Looking at his past ratings, that’s saying something (his average rating is 2.3 stars). As I said, I view my writing as a craft, and take pride in it. Getting a good rating from someone who’s so hard to impress is a point of pride, even if Maxine’s Manor isn’t exactly my favourite work.

♥ Finally, before we let you go, what can readers look forward to seeing from you next?

The book mentioned above – Maxine’s Manor – was originally planned as a trilogy of inter-related trilogies. It was going to be multi-layered with a complex plot full of eater-eggs and cryptic jokes, as well as erotica. Unfortunately, a great deal of it was written, then lost. The Valkyries Realm (as the series was called) focuses on Amazonian muscle fetish, and I prefer standard giantess and vore, but I still want to finish it as a point of pride, and to deliver the conclusion to my readers as a point of pride. Aside from that, I’ve been planning on writing sequels to some of my others books, or at , least feature some of the past characters in my future stories. I think it would be good to pick them up again and show the audience what happened to them. I think I may turn up the heat a little too and make my work just a little bit raunchier.

♥ Thanks so much for stopping by - looking forward to sharing some reviews this afternoon!


About Chloe Lorell : Sweet, almost shy, on the outside, I am able to hide my true nature from near anybody. I'll flutter my eyelashes, blush prettily, and lure my prey into my clutches. Behind my adopted persona, I am a cruel, sadistic, and deviant woman. By day, I work in a university teaching anthropology, mythology, and ancient religion. I am an expert, too, of cryptology, and can decipher and translate many, many dead languages at will. Frankly though, I'd rather be writing fetish, or better yet, "playing.".

@ChloeLorell

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Mae Day by Praedatorius (GTS femdom scifi)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

We had a chance to chat with Praedatorius this morning, and now I am delighted to introduce you to one of his stories.


It can be exceptionally hard to pull off funny, clever, sexy, and strange all within the same story, but that is precisely what Praedatorius does with Mae Day. Full of sci-fi excitement, end-of-the-world drama, big box satire, and giantess kink, it is like a literary roller-coaster that keeps scaling ever-higher hills and thrills.

Do not make the mistake of dismissing it as some silly bit of fluff, though - I was delighted by all the ways it challenges genre expectations and deliberately plays with expectations. For instance, when your protagonist is a socially anxious virgin, and your most interesting secondary characters are a group of giant prostitutes, you can be forgiven for expecting sex at every page turn, but you will have to be patient.

The satire of big box consumerism is incredibly funny, with ridiculous banter over mystery packages, overzealous anti-shoplifting surveillance, and insanely long hours an early highlight. Not quite as over-the-top, but still sharp, the satire of organized religion is just as funny, especially with the arrival of Mae seeming to fulfill a prophecy created to pacify the populace.

Mae herself is a fun character, an alien world-eater who grows in spurts, fed by gorging on groceries . . . garbage . . . furniture . . . buildings . . . and people. Even though we know she will be the death of everyone and everything, she is so charming, sp amusing, you giggle and cheer at every new development. Sinar, on the other hand, is almost infuriatingly naive about the women around him, and yet the only one who thinks the world is worth saving. He is the epitome of the tragic hero, struggling against a voracious giantess, a horny coworker, a half a captain (literally half - Mae took a bite) and a prostitute who sees in him a human connection.

There are erotic elements to Mae Day, and they are glorious - kinky and fun, dangerous in scope, but never rudely explicit. Perhaps my favorite scene involves an extraordinarily well-hung police officer and a growing prostitute giantess, turning the tables on an abusive encounter with some creative size humiliation that we know will not end well, and yet is still more emotionally charged than most erotic stories.

About Praedatorius: Praedatorius is an author of fetish fiction, focusing and body transformations such as breast expansion, giants, shrinking, weight gain, and sex change. While focusing on the metamorphosis on the body, praedatorius opts instead to exercise the most powerful sex organ in the human body: the mind.

Fourplay Fetish Feature: An Interview with Praedatorius (GTS femdom erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

This morning I am delighted to introduce you to Praedatorius, who has graciously agreed to stop by for a chat.


♥ Thank you so much for taking the time to join us - we are so very delighted to have you! For those readers who have yet to encounter your work, can you give us a brief introduction?

Of course! My name is Praedatorius, I've been writing fetish fiction for eight years, and my specialties are transformations. If I'm writing a story, someone's growing bigger, shrinking, fattening, changing sex: everyone's turning from one thing into another.

♥ How did you first get exposed to the macro/micro world? Were there old memories of sci-fi movies or cartoons that you fetishized, or was your introduction more direct?

My first big influence was Alice in Wonderland. I remember seeing that movie on TV when I was four-or-five years old, and I remember that scene where Alice grows so tall that her head breaks through the trees and she has that argument with that really shrill bird. It wasn't as if I watched the movie all the time, though. I saw it just on TV once, and this was back in the days before Youtube , so that fact that that scene stuck with me felt really significant.

I actually read the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland when I was in middle school, and that was a point in my life when I really began to feel the draw of giantesses and shrinking women. Up until then, I saw TV shows where people grew and shrank, and I always thought that was interesting, but I didn't feel that it was a big deal until I found out about Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. That changed everything.

It's funny that I became a writer because my first real exposure to the macro/micro world came from books, and from my school library, no less. I was in middle school at the time, as I said, and I liked going to the library after lunch to read. I read a lot of good books back then, but the most important book for the purposes of this interview was this book in the 0-to-100 section entitled Horror.

If you don't know the Dewey Decimal system, then the 0-to-100 section is a spot for weird stuff, like books about the supernatural, and stuff that's just unclassifiable. Horror was an encyclopedia of horror and science-fiction movies and books: a big black hardcover book, and on the from was a painting of the severed head of Medusa, her blood turning into snakes. You can see how the book caught my attention. Anyway, I was flipping through it and the first thing that grabbed me was a black and white reproduction of the movie poster for Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.

It's the most famous picture in the history of macrophilia. It's been reproduced and parodied and paid tribute to over and over again--that picture of Nancy Archer straddling a highway overpass, picking up cars and frowning at all the little people below. I knew from the first moment I saw it that that picture was special. It moved something in me. I was only 12, so I had no idea that this was a sexual awakening, but for weeks I kept picking up that book and looking at the picture. Just writing about that experience here in this paragraph brings warm feelings to my heart.

I found out a lot of things from that library. I quickly found out about the films The Incredible Shrinking Man and The Incredible Shrinking Woman, I read all sorts of books about pregnancy and puberty, all of which were illustrated, but still had clear pictures of boobs, and I realized that I had an appetite for all sorts of sexy things. I laugh at the fact that everything my kinky, 12-year-old-self needed to know, he learned in a school library, but that 50-Foot Woman poster still holds a place in my heart as the image that broke the ice on my sexuality.

Now that I've finished writing this memoir of my life, you may now ask me your next question. XD

♥ For some readers, the appeal seems to be in the size contrast itself. For others, it is in the power exchange. Some look to the genre for arousal, some for horror, and others for both. What is the primary appeal for you, as an author?

For me, macro/micro writing has always been about transformation. I like the process of growing and shrinking, about clothes getting too tight or too baggy, and everyday objects becoming useless as the person can't use them anymore, but there's more to it than that. It's this idea that, for example, as you get bigger, you become something really incredible. Maybe it's because people are afraid of you and they think you're a monster, or maybe it's because your partner is too small to relate to you, but your perspective really changes the bigger you get. A character can start the story as a soccer mom who's happy with her life, but as she grows she finds out that she can do so much more. "Now I can lift these girders and help people build stuff. Now I can pick up an elephant and snuggle it like a puppy. Now I can plant trees like they're daisies."

In a way it's like a power fantasy, but it's also the idea of bucking your old identity and becoming someone you never knew you could be because it was impossible before. You begin to see other people as these frail, scared little things. You can take that the bad direction and want to crush them for standing in your way, or you can help nurture them and become a major part of their lives. In a way, you become this thing of wonder, like a god. It's a spiritual as well as a physical transformation.

Shrinking is a little different, but getting smaller opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Your house becomes a landscape and you begin to wonder what it would be like to eat nothing but a giant chocolate bar for a week. What would it be like to descend your staircase like a mountain climber and take a hike through your living room? Of course, you're at the mercy of normal sized people, but if you're small enough you can essentially disappear and carve out your own home in the nooks and crannies of human civilization. It's a survival narrative where your only limits are your imagination. I'm getting a bit carried away, but that notion of changing bodies, relationships, and perspectives are really the big draws.

If anything, I'm in it for the sense of wonder. It's just so happens that the sense of wonder gets me off, too. XD

♥ Since we're talking the imaginative side of erotica, is there a personal fetish or a fantasy that you have yet to explore? Somewhere, maybe, you fear to go in your stories?

I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine, Miss Kaneda, who writes some really dark macro-micro literature, that I was struggling with the darker aspects of the genre. I personally don't like really dark stories. I don't mind when characters are in danger or they're suffering, but when it comes to crushing tiny people under your heel and feeling their bones break between your toes, I draw the line. Still, I was telling Kaneda about this idea I had about a community of shrunken people, retirees and rich people who have shrunken themselves to live a life or leisure, whose tiny city is captured by revolutionaries who think they're a drain on society. Then, these revolutionaries punish the tiny people in the most revolting, brutal, horrible ways. It got so bad in my mind that eventually I had to say, "Whoa, I'd better stop thinking about this right now."

The strange thing to me, however, was that I felt it wasn't a bad idea. The premise felt solid and I felt that it could be a really good horror story. If anyone else wanted to do it, I would have urged them on, but I knew that if I tried to write it myself, the whole experience would have felt like a death march. I don't think I'll ever write a violent, gory macro/micro story. My heart's just not in it. I'm more about wonder than horror. Still, if anyone wants to steal my idea, then go right ahead.

♥ With reviews so crucial to generating exposure, what are some of the weirdest or most wonderful reactions you’ve had from readers?

One time someone commented, "This shit is WEIRD," which I took as a compliment (better to be weird than boring). Still, my favorite review was for my novel MAE DAY. I was really trying in that book to write a sexy giantess story which took place within a sort of cosmic framework. Without sounding too pretentious, I was writing something that in my mind was going to be more than just giant-naked-woman-runs-around-and-picks-on-tiny-people. So, one day a readerwrote this about MAE DAY:

"Perhaps calling a work of kink fiction "visionary" sounds like hyperbole, but in this case it just fits. This book will tickle your naughty bits and kick your mind's ass."

I want those words carved on my tombstone.

♥ Is there an author within the genre who inspires you? A mentor, perhaps, or even just a friend you love to read?

There are two that come to mind. Taedis is a an author who pushes the envelope in really interesting ways. There's an element of danger in his novels that gets my heart racing, where he not only makes me fear for the characters, but he ratchets up the eroticism to a whole new level. I have to be careful when reading his work in public. I read Worshipping Claire at work and towards the end I was gripping the arm of my chair, trying not to seem aroused.

The other is Syrus Durham who wrote the magnificent How the Chips May Fall. The book has a really simple set up, but the end of every chapter manages to twist away from your expectations and provide some really good shrinking scenes. Again, he makes me feel really worried about his characters. I think if people are worried about the people in your book getting smaller, then as a writer you're already more than halfway there.

I was lucky enough to meet both these gentlemen at SizeCon, and we keep in touch whenever I need writing advice. They're marvelous people and I hope to follow in their example.

♥ Finally, before we let you go, what can readers look forward to seeing from you next?

I'm making a big push to publish regularly this year. Readers can expect a new kindle story every month in 2019, and I'm covering genres like breast expansion, weight gain, sex change, and age-play. However, my next big work is a macro-themed novella entitled The New Colossus. It's about a New York street performer who is recruited by a secret government agency after someone steals the Statue of Liberty. She has to take Lady Liberty's place, because if anyone finds out that the statue is gone, there'll be big trouble (ha, size pun).

♥ Thanks so much for stopping by - looking forward to sharing my review this afternoon!


About Praedatorius: Praedatorius is an author of fetish fiction, focusing and body transformations such as breast expansion, giants, shrinking, weight gain, and sex change. While focusing on the metamorphosis on the body, praedatorius opts instead to exercise the most powerful sex organ in the human body: the mind.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

The Shrinking Stone & Lair of the Dragoness by Alison Osias (GTS femdom lebian erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

We had a chance to chat with Alison this morning, and now I am delighted to introduce you to 2 of her stories.


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While fantasies of giantesses and miniaturization are often dark or edgy affairs, with as much fear as fantasy behind them, Alison Osias proves with The Shrinking Stone that they can be entirely sweet and sensual.

Much of what makes this story work so well is how she introduces the characters, letting us get to know Alyssa and Kayley. In fact, a significant portion of the story is simply them getting together for dinner, talking, and sharing their romantic frustrations. It is wonderful watching these two friends inch ever closer to romance, and by the time Kayley is ready to share her secret, we believe in the amount of trust required of them to make the next part work.

The actual shrinking of Alyssa is very well done, and I love how their explorations progress from simple kisses to all-encompassing penetration. Being licked from head to toe, slipped into a bra, or trapped beneath the waistband of a pair of panties, the erotica here is intense and wildly fetishistic, and yet still friendly and romantic. Not only do you come away from the story having enjoyed the exploration, we believe in the future of their relationship.

Lair of the Dragoness is not a macrophelia/microphelia story, per se, but it is most certainly one of those fear-vs-fantasy giantess stories. Alison Osias takes the traditional epic fantasy quest to slay the dragon, accentuates the erotic potential, and then explores a very different sort of trade for treasure.

Audrey is a human dragon slayer. Dosalyn is the giant dragoness she is off to slay. Ilyria is the sun-elf who comes to the other woman's aid. This is more a story of fighting than fornication, but that does not mean the dragoness does not have a rather kinky flair for combat. There are so many little moments here (pun intended), such as Audrey worshipping a single polished talon as large as herself, and even more big moments (again, pun totally intended), involving anal smothering and oral salivation.

It is a dangerous story, with real pain and legitimate risk, but there is still a sense of marvel and wonder that makes you kind of want to face the dragoness yourself.

About Alison Osias: Alison Osias is an author of Lesbian and Futa erotica that writes sexy and creative stories in the science fiction and fantasy genres. She is twenty-three years of age and lives in the Seattle area. Hobbies such as creative writing and text-based Role-Play inspired her to create and publish romantic works.

@AlisonOErotica

Fourplay Fetish Feature: An Interview with Alison Osias (GTS femdom lesbian erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

This morning I am delighted to introduce you to Alison Osias, who has graciously agreed to stop by for a chat.


♥ Thank you so much for taking the time to join us - we are so very delighted to have you! For those readers who have yet to encounter your work, can you give us a brief introduction?

Hello! I am a fantasy and sci-fi erotica author that writes lesbian and futa stories to explore a variety of fetishes.

♥ How did you first get exposed to the macro/micro world? Were there old memories of sci-fi movies or cartoons that you fetishized, or was your introduction more direct?

I've always had a size-interest and understood my giantess fixation very early into my sexual exploration.

♥ For some readers, the appeal seems to be in the size contrast itself. For others, it is in the power exchange. Some look to the genre for arousal, some for horror, and others for both. What is the primary appeal for you, as an author?

The primary appeal for me is the sense of enormous and protective closeness that you get from the tiny perspective. I like the idea of a character gradually becoming comfortable as their larger companion learns to handle them more adeptly, and they both learn how to pleasure each other.

♥ Since we're talking the imaginative side of erotica, is there a personal fetish or a fantasy that you have yet to explore? Somewhere, maybe, you fear to go in your stories?

In the future, I really hope to explore much more story driven erotica, with gradual romance and intense emotional themes. I have been intimidated about doing such long-form works but I hope to as my skills and interests develop with the writing.

♥ With reviews so crucial to generating exposure, what are some of the weirdest or most wonderful reactions you’ve had from readers?

I love all the reviews I get. I am a very experimental writer, and so often I can't help but agree to the critiques. I laughed aloud when someone referred to one of my stories as being 'deplorable trash' as it brought into perspective how something can be hot to one person but bewilderingly unappealing to another person, depending on what their fetishes are.

♥ Is there an author within the genre who inspires you? A mentor, perhaps, or even just a friend you love to read?

An author that inspires my fantasy storytelling is George R. R. Martin, because I'm a big fan of a Song of Ice and Fire. Even in my eroticas I want every character to feel real in some sense, like their actions tell of a world larger than what we see. I hope to write more of this kind of fantasy story as I explore more longform works.

♥ Finally, before we let you go, what can readers look forward to seeing from you next?

I hope readers will continue to check in on my giantess series that began with Lair of the Dragoness - I intend to have two sequels at least.

♥ Thanks so much for stopping by - looking forward to sharing some reviews this afternoon!


About Alison Osias: Alison Osias is an author of Lesbian and Futa erotica that writes sexy and creative stories in the science fiction and fantasy genres. She is twenty-three years of age and lives in the Seattle area. Hobbies such as creative writing and text-based Role-Play inspired her to create and publish romantic works.

@AlisonOErotica

Monday, March 18, 2019

The Complete Shrink Inc by Taedis (GTS femdom lesbian erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

We had a chance to chat with Taedis this morning, and now I am delighted to introduce you to 3 of his stories.


Collecting his first three stories of The Stovent Company, The Complete Shrink Inc is not only a wonderful introduction to the world of Taedis, but a great introduction to the world of giantesses and macrophilia/microphelia. While there is often an erotic aspect to the growth/shrinking, what the author chooses to do with it can vary wildly. Here, Taedis offers up a story of fetish and fantasy, one of horror and humiliation, and a third of equal parts both.

Worshipping Claire is the story of a man who had it all, and was bored with it. Mark was rich, powerful, and influential, married to a stunningly beautiful woman, and infatuated with a mistress who catered to his darkest desired. By all accounts he had it made, and was living the good life, but he wanted to give it all up - and by all, I mean all.

With the help of The Stovent Company, Mark signs away his life, his identity, and his very humanity, all to become the miniaturized pet of his mistress. The negotiations alone are a story worth reading, exploring so many aspects of the fetish side of things, and revealing what is plausible, possible, pleasurable, and perishable.

I think what I loved most about this was the honest acknowledgement that, once you become a toy-sized piece of property, you truly are at the world's mercy - your wishes or hopes no longer matter. Yes, Mark has many of his fetishes fulfilled, but he also finds a lot to fear in his new life. Trapped between an owner, a trainer, and a friend, he endures as much as he enjoys.

Micromanaged takes us back to the early days of The Stovent Company and explores how they came to discover the science of miniaturization - all thanks to the botched experiment of an arrogant man who refused to listen to the woman who very quickly comes to have total and absolute control over him.

The sense of discovery here is fantastic, with John completely at a loss to understand where he is or what has happened. His secretary treats him like a lab rat, subjecting him to experiments that are as much for her amusement as for research. There are so many little sensory details here that bring the story alive, like being dropped into a latex condom and pinned to the wall, unable to get comfortable in the elastic surface, and sickened by the smell of latex and spermicide.

On the one hand, this is a total nightmare of fetish, with abuses of power driving so much erotica. There is an intense BDSM scene at the end that is nearly mind-blowing, ending with John forced to climb a sex-slick dildo for his owner's amusement. On the other hand, this is very much a cautionary science fiction tale, exploring the ways technology can go wrong, and discovering how people will exploit the most unfortunate mistakes for their own benefit.

Purse Pet may very well be my favorite Taedis tale, a story of obsession, punishment, and a very peculiar form of pleasure. It actually opens near the end, teasing us with the very real world consequences of a fetish allowed to run amok, with a room full of women meeting to discuss ownership of tiny little Rebecca.

Actually, before we even get to where we are and why, we get an amusing rant about how uncomfortable doll clothes are, and how they never fit quite right. It is a small detail, but the kind of thing that makes the story so much fun.

From there, the story rewinds to the beginning, with a young woman so infatuated by a pop star that she turns stalker, getting caught breaking and entering. Learning that her idol is a lesbian herself, and willing to allow her to work off her sentence, is a dream come true . . . but then comes the condition of miniaturization. The act of giving up Rebecca's life and identity is far more erotic that it should be, a demeaning act of shedding clothes along with legal rights. I loved that scene, especially the verbal humiliation of being reminded, time and time again, of so many 'last times.

Even more erotic, and even more of a surprise, I absolutely adored how Taedis played with the power exchange here, making it something fluid. The scenes where tiny Rebecca dominates her lover, using a tiny bullwhip on her normal-sized nipples, and then using a pair of nipple clamps - bear traps on a chain to Rebecca - to construct a breast swing, is one of the hottest things I have ever read.

The story gets crazy, dangerous, and complicated. You truly do not know what to expect next. By the time it wraps back around to the opening, and we discover what Rebecca's fate is to be, we should be exhausted, but there is fresh tension in those final pages. Absolutely fantastic!

About Taedis: I realized at a young age that I had a rather offbeat imagination. Something that I've retained into adulthood. I've also had an interest in many forms of kink and fetish and hope to share the strange little stories that I dream up with a wider audience.

@MrTaedis
http://taedis.blogspot.com

Fourplay Fetish Feature: An Interview with Taedis (GTS, femdom, erotica)

Welcome to the latest installment of the Fourplay Fetish Feature, which sees us dedicate 4 days to showcasing an author, a topic, or a fetish that has excited me. This time out we are indulging in the erotic world of giantesses and shrunken men/women.

To kick things off, I am delighted to introduce you to Taedis, who first brought the fetish to my attention, and who has graciously agreed to stop by for our first chat.


♥ Thank you so much for taking the time to join us - we are so very delighted to have you! For those readers who have yet to encounter your work, can you give us a brief introduction?

My name is Taedis. I'm a writer specializing in erotic macrophilia content. Giants and giantesses; shrunken men and shrunken women doing things to each other that are impossible outside the imagination. These tend to have a femdom slant though I rarely write excessive violence or blood. I focus more on verbal or situational humiliations. I've written a few stories featuring giants (male and female), but my speciality is putting shrunken people through adventures in a world much too large for them.

Thank you for having me.

♥ How did you first get exposed to the macro/micro world? Were there old memories of sci-fi movies or cartoons that you fetishized, or was your introduction more direct?

My interest in macro/micro started at a very early age. It was innocent at first; the fetishism and eroticism coming as I got closer to puberty.

Every time I think I've isolated the first time I started thinking about size in a special (though non-erotic) way I come up with an even earlier memory. I like to say our pop culture is swimming in size content. Before I could read I was exposed to comics, movies, and cartoons which featured giants or shrink rays. I could spend hours listing as many as I could and still only scratch the surface.

Mike Teevee in Willy Wonka was probably my first conscious exposure to that sort of size alteration. I remember thinking how horribly unjust it was for a kid (who already had next to no power) to have even that little bit taken from him. To have the independence he'd gained ripped from him and end up being put in his mom's purse. It was wrong, it wasn't fair, but it fascinated me.

My toys are what got me to think about myself that way. I loved my Star Wars action figures. And there was this brilliant toy/comic book tie in called Micronauts that I was obsessed with.. The characters of the latter came from a space opera universe, but when they crossed over to Earth they were the size of the toys I was playing with. It really made me want to get down to that scale and share their amazing adventures and ride in all the impossible vehicles. I wasn't allowed to drive dad's car, but if I could just get small enough I'd be able to pilot the hydrocopter.

I do know exactly when this interest in micro/macro became a fetish for me. Or at least when the seed was planted. It was in fourth grade. We'd been doing a unit on Shel Silverstein and had just read a poem about being one inch tall. Afterwards I was waiting in line to wash my hands in the boys room and started talking about the poem with a friend of mine.

“Imagine being an inch tall,” I said.

“Imagine if you were in some girl's bra,” he replied.

I can still remember the tone of his voice as he said it all these years later. The way he drew out the final word. With puberty knocking on my door I was pretty much doomed.

♥ For some readers, the appeal seems to be in the size contrast itself. For others, it is in the power exchange. Some look to the genre for arousal, some for horror, and others for both. What is the primary appeal for you, as an author?

Stephen King once equated power with size and that resonated with me. As much as I enjoy the size contrast aspects of the fetish the power exchange is what fuels the erotic aspects for me. That might be reflected in feelings of comfort and protection when the larger more powerful partner is a gentle lover or horror when they are cruel or abusive. What power does someone have when they're three inches tall? Only what the normal sized partner is willing to give them. It's that vast gap in power that fascinates me. How does someone react to having that sort of power? Effectively they are a god, but to only one person. For the tiny, how does it feel to leave your strength behind and become completely dependent on another person?

I approach all my novels and most of my shorter work as horror stories. It's a horror I've internalized and eroticized the way some people have done with vampires and werewolves. Not that all my material is bleak or terrifying. I have several happy endings. But so do some horror stories.

♥ Since we're talking the imaginative side of erotica, is there a personal fetish or a fantasy that you have yet to explore? Somewhere, maybe, you fear to go in your stories?

I started my writing career with shrinking man stories. Tiny men being dominated by normal sized women with plenty of other fetishes added for spice. There were times in those early stories when I'd self censor. Come up with an idea I liked, but didn't feel comfortable letting it out into the world. I've found myself doing less of that now that I've found my voice as an author and I have a better feel for my audience.

There are some subjects I haven't written about yet, but I think that's more due to not having an adequate story to build around a specific fantasy rather than a fear of going there. I think the biggest gap in my back catalog is male/male content. I've touched on it in one story I wrote, but it's a subject I feel I need to explore.

The thing I find very freeing about writing shrinking erotica is the sheer impossibility of it all. If I were writing a more traditional power exchange story I'd have grave reservations showing some of the things in my size books. I don't want someone using my crazy fantasies as a blueprint for real life kink. Having all these humiliating degrading things happen to someone three inches tall removes those reservations. Yes, it would be wrong to dangle someone like a puppet from their own bra, but since people can't shrink down to Barbie doll sizes I don't have to worry about someone trying this at home.

♥ With reviews so crucial to generating exposure, what are some of the weirdest or most wonderful reactions you’ve had from readers?

The weirdest reviews are probably only weird to me. I've had people tell me they recognized my writing style in a story I'd posted anonymously. I've had people react to me the way I'd react to a writer I loved. One gentleman even called me the Stephen King of shrinking erotica. Which feels weird to me. In a very nice, amazingly flattering way. I'm just a guy working a day job and posting his odd stories online.

There's plenty of wonderful; I'll limit myself to three things.

The first public feedback I received for my first book was on a Giantess forum. I had several people say how much they loved the book … so far. None of them had finished it. I thought that was a little odd until I remembered what they were presumably doing as they read. I'm guessing they “finished” before the book did. Which is the whole point of writing erotica. Especially long form erotica. I've also had one woman flat out say she had to stop midway through one of my flash fictions (2,000 words) and take care of herself.  I don't know if it helped my sales, but it certainly made me feel great knowing I'd been able to do that.

My very first reviewer and I ended up striking up a conversation that turned into a long distance friendship. We've spent a fair amount of time discussing storytelling and writing. About three years ago he asked me if I'd write a story for him. This sort of commission is pretty common in the niche fetish erotica market, but I was still finding my legs as a self published author and wasn't sure if I was up to the task. I didn't want to ruin his story. He asked again late in 2017 and I tentatively agreed. What was supposed to be a 30,000 word story blossomed into 229,000 words of the most complicated (and darkest) story I've ever written. None of which would have happened without that first review.

I've recently won a size based flash fiction contest.  In addition to voting for stories in various categories reviewers had the option of providing feedback with each vote. The positive response to my story has been staggering. I don't want to cut and paste them all, but you can check them out here – https://aborigen-gts.org/2019/02/18/crueljan19-results/

♥ Is there an author within the genre who inspires you? A mentor, perhaps, or even just a friend you love to read?

There are too many great writers in the size community to name them all. Nyx, Miss Kaneda, JDO, Little Comrade, Praedatorius, Anokna-Kon, Undersquid, Dreamtales, Reducer Sizechanger, Elle Largese, GP Ellison, and Syrus Durham, are all great to read. I'm going to kick myself afterwards for not listing more.

If I had to single one author out for special attention it would have to be Aborigen. He's been writing more than twenty years and has built up an impressive volume of works. I first met him online a couple years ago and had the pleasure of being his roommate at a convention we attended last year. He's an excellent writer, a good friend, and a standup gentleman.

He's put a great deal of effort into building a writer's community within our scene. He talks about writing theory. Shares articles about proper word usage. Links to style guides and warns about less than stellar products or services. He also runs the flash fiction contest I mentioned earlier. It's called SizeRiot. It runs quarterly rotating through various themes. It's proven to be a great way for writers of many different levels of skill to share their work and improve their craft. I know I'm a better writer because of it.

♥ Finally, before we let you go, what can readers look forward to seeing from you next?

I plan on participating in a couple other writing contests. SizeRiot and one that is just starting up.

I'm currently about halfway through my latest novel. A bit of a break from my usual fare. It begins with a scientist experiencing the sort of lab accident that leads off so many size stories. She finds herself beginning to shrink. Losing pounds and inches each time she brings herself to orgasm. Something that normally wouldn't be a problem, but heightened libido is one of the side effects of the drug she was exposed to. She finds herself in quarantine alone with her lab partner. A cruel and sadistic little man who takes advantage of her situation; reducing her from person to play toy to lab rat as she shrinks further and further away.

Things take a turn when she finds a cure. One that doesn't stop once she grows back to her old height.

♥ Thanks so much for stopping by - looking forward to sharing some reviews this afternoon!


About Taedis: I realized at a young age that I had a rather offbeat imagination. Something that I've retained into adulthood. I've also had an interest in many forms of kink and fetish and hope to share the strange little stories that I dream up with a wider audience.

@MrTaedis
http://taedis.blogspot.com

Sunday, March 17, 2019

TGCaption - Sorority Discount (feminization femdom chastity)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.


I saw this picture and saw a conflict between exhibitionism and covering up. That immediately made me think of challenging expectations. Hopefully the flow is clear - it is hard to toss in a third speaker, but the whole twist kind of depends on him speaking up. 

Saturday, March 16, 2019

TGCaption - Brother to Bridesmaid (feminization wedding lesbian)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.


A sweet and sexy caption today. I knew they where brother and sister, but what started out as a feminiztion fantasy for him soon became a female-led fantasy for her and her bridesmaids.

Friday, March 15, 2019

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to similarly bent readers, fans, and lovers. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications, or covert it with Calibre to load onto a Kobo, iPad, or anything else.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.
  
                                                  

Enjoy!

Tigress of Futan by April Garrus (futa scifi erotica)

Tigress of Futan is an interesting story in that it does not play to convention, and does not adhere to the genre conventions you might expect.

Zorah and Mally are Students of the Way, a religious sect that teaches the art of combat and the purity of thought and deed. Believing that lust leads to the Dark Path, its leaders teach the students to control their urges and to restrain their physical responses.

Not only does Zorah struggle with those teachings, she actively rejects them. She is proud of her futa body, proud of her Futan heritage, and very much in love - or perhaps lust - with Mally. She sees no reason why they should not give in to their passions, stealing away from lessons and meditation to make love to one another in darkened corridors. Each time they are caught, every time they are punished, she grows more and more scornful of the Way, and continues to pursue her feelings for Mally regardless of the consequences.

Now, with that set-up you are likely expecting two things of a story like this - either that true love will somehow win out, or that Zorah will come to some sort of spiritual awakening. I will not spoil things, but in case the Foundations of a Monster subtitle did not clue you in, April Garrus is not interested in apologies or absolution.

This was a fascinating introduction to a new world, one with a headstrong protagonist about whom we are left very conflicted. It will be curious to see where Tigress of Futan goes next.

World traveler and aspiring God-Empress, April Garrus tried a number of things (teaching, MMA, pro wrestling, etc.) before discovering a profound talent for writing dirty stories. She enjoys coffee, metal, kung fu movies, and crushing her enemies.
@AG_Hot_Flashes