‘Macrophilia is be an increasingly popular sexual paraphilia in which individuals derive sexual arousal from a fascination with giants and/or a sexual fantasy involving giants. Such fantasies may include the macrophiles themselves shrinking in front of a normal sized person (male or female). Alternatively, macrophiles may fantasize about their sexual partner growing to an abnormal height while the macrophiles themselves remain unchanged.
‘The literal translation of macrophilia means a “lover of large” but in this context it does not refer to those in the fat admiration community (i.e., people who are sexually attracted to very fat women) but specifically refers to individuals who are sexually attracted to people much taller than themselves (i.e., it is the height rather than width that is crucial). As the scale between small and tall is not generally found in real human life, almost all macrophilic behaviour is sexual fantasy.
‘The overwhelming majority of macrophiles are thought to be males that are sexually attracted to male or female giants. However, even non-sexual scenarios involving giants can result in sexual stimulation. Each fantasy situation is different for every macrophile as the behaviour is fantasy-based. Even the preferred heights of the fantasy giants differ between individuals. For instance, some macrophiles have a preference for people only a few feet taller than themselves whereas others involve giants who are hundreds of feet high.
‘The reason that this particular paraphilia has increased massively over the last decade is because the Internet has played a crucial role in helping create and facilitate the paraphilia. Because the paraphilia is almost totally fantasy-based, much of the material from which macrophiles gain their sexual gratification is placed and distributed online. There is a wide range of macrophile artwork, photographs, and video on the Internet. Applications such as Photoshop are widely used to create collages of fake giants. Photographs are also taken from low angles to make everything in the viewfinder (including people) seem much bigger. The Internet is also full of homemade camcorder films of people trampling and destroying model cities.’ — Mark D. Griffiths
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Macrophilia – My Truly Bizarre Story
Macrophile’s moon: A man want to show to his friend his secret.
Macrophilevil: A young man did a pact with the devil to get immortality. But this is not without consequence because he need to eat humans to live forever. It’s been a while now that he live like that.
Hungry: It’s about a tiny man who is very hungry…
Crushed Beneath A Giants Bulge (Black Trunks): I humiliate and crush another tiny guy beneath my giant bollocks and butt.
Disobedient Tinies: Several of my tiny slaves were becoming a bit to casual in their manner towards me. It was time i taught them a lesson!
Daniel shrinks his bullies
Operation Mikroorganisation: Episode 9 – Viel Lärm um nichts: Kai hatte endlich herausgefunden, wie er wieder groß werden konnte, und zwar durch einen Wachstumstrank, den Ben Utzmich in seiner Show vorgestellt hatte. Somit bleiben Kai zwei Möglichkeiten: Entweder er schafft es, die Aufmerksamkeit von Niklas zu bekommen, damit dieser ihm hilft oder aber er findet schnellstmöglich einen Weg nach Hause, um sich den Trank zu beschaffen. Erreicht seine Reise nun schon bald das Ende?
Operation Mikroorganisation: Episode 13 – Reine Kopfsache: Seitdem Chrissi, Eike und Erik zu dritt sind und somit auch die Chance steigt, die Aufmerksamkeit von einem der drei zu gewinnen, schöpft Kai neuen Mut. Jetzt gilt es, während des Stadt-Land-Fluss Spiels dem Ganzen endlich ein Ende zu machen. Aber ist alles nun wirklich so einfach, wie es scheint?
Lion Attack: A young boy is attacked by a lion, but something bigger than a lion approaches him…
Date Trap: If the video goes very fast use pause.
Warped Eye Studios
The Shrinking Ray: Just a video I made with my neighbors.
THE DOWNSIZER: In this story a crazied woman lures men into a old run down lab, only to shrink them down into little bite sized morsels and eat them.
Sitting growth: Here my newest growth-video. And: By popular request now with some sound effects
The Teenage Giant: This days Jayen has a strange dream of a giant. Whats has he to do with the online macro community? But later that day, when Jayden meet his friends Ash and Collin, he’ll see that not everything was a dream! He became a teeanage muscular giant!
A Big Mistake: Zack’s teammates attempt to shrink him, with unusual results.
Tiny pov adventure: A little adventure turns into a big problem.
Giant’s play: A video requested by shreddedwheat2012
I received a lot of message from some people who want to know how I made my animations! So, I show you quickly how to make a little animation about macrophilia.
p.s. Hey. ** David Ehrenstein, Hi, D. Viva’s on Facebook? Wow, how and/or what is she doing these days? Agree with you about Areinas’s lesser known (in the US) novels. They’re very due for a critical championing. ** Mark Bringelson, Hi, Mark! Welcome, and very nice to meet you. And thanks about the post, and yes about ‘El Topo’. Please reenter and hang out whenever the mood or relevant topic strikes. ** Montse, Hi! ‘El Topo’ is something to see. Yes, that madeleine place of yours super-intrigued me. I didn’t get to start an investigation into Paris’s possible madeleine visionaries yesterday due to other stuff, but I’m very curious to see what there is today. Patisserie treasure hunting is a favorite hobby of mine, as I guess is obvious. Things are progressing on the film. There’s a woman in the city of Caen, where we’ll likely shoot part of the film, who yesterday volunteered to search out and organize auditions for us re: some young actors there, so that’s a big help. So, it’s moving. Yeah, making movies is pretty intensive. So is writing novels, but in that case you just have to search for actors and lighting designers and locations, etc. in your own imagination, which is quite a bit easier. How nice that you got to see your friend who’s based in India. I know really little about India, I think, but I imagine living life there must be a very different experience than living in Europe? But then I used to think that about Japan until I spent time there and realized the actual difference is not that vast. Have a very fine day, my pal! Love, me. ** Steevee, Hi, Steve. For me, I think ‘The Holy Mountain’ is kind of the Jodorowsky film. Negotiating the line of what’s best and right to do re: the incoming government is really tricky. The hysteria-based opinions running rampant are understandable since this is an unprecedented and frightening and frighteningly disempowering situation, even for someone old enough (like me) to have been cogent during the Nixon era, and I think it’s very important to do what seems to be hugely untrendy at the moment and think about everything that’s happening and coming privately and in detail and less in self-interest than in the interest of everyone before flapping your mouth and/or pounding your keyboard. But it’s really fucking tricky, all of this.** Dóra Grőber, Hi, Dóra! The Skype chat with my old friend was really fantastic. After about ten seconds, we were talking our heads off like time hadn’t passed. It’s amazing how you can have a real, deep connection and rapport with someone, and it’s just a permanent thing. So, yeah, we’ve completely reconnected, and now I think we’ll just continue on as great friends as though there was no multi-decade gap. Pretty great! As I told Montse, there is some progress happening on the film, so I think it’ll be okay. Wow, you did have a big and impactful day. Kind of like mine, in a way maybe, because in one swoop you added something important, new, and yet reminiscent to your life. Cool! Yesterday I mostly did a bunch of scheming and emailing and stuff about our film. And I’m having kind of a stressful financial problem right now, and I think I started to solve that. And then I talked to my friend. So, it was a productive and ultimately very good day. What did Thursday offer you, and what among its offerings did you accept? ** B, Hi, man. Happy belated new year to you and all of yours too. Yeah, I saw that ‘Dune’ documentary. It’s terrific. I do in fact want to see the new Star Wars, although I’ll probably end up watching it on a flight. Normally I probably wouldn’t care because I’ve never been a ‘Star Wars’ guy at all, but I saw the film just before the new one on a plane and was kind of shockingly pleased by it, and they say the new one is better. My remaining week is likely to be taken up by figuring out with Zac what we need to do re: our film and hopefully beginning to do what we need to do. Sort of related, since he’s our film’s DP, but Michael Salerno aka Kiddiepunk plus Benedetta DeAlessi aka Oscar B return to Paris on Thursday with their newborn son after a long time away, so I’m looking forward to seeing them and meeting their newbie. What’s on your week’s agenda? ** The Metaphysician, Hi! Nice to see you. And happy that the post helped build you a queue. Take care. ** Rumsey Taylor, Hi again. And again my apologies for the initially skimpy crediting. Thank you for your understanding for being okay with me using your excellent piece as the post’s anchor. ** _Black_Acrylic, Hi, Ben. Oh, you poor thing. Get some hard trance in your headphones and pound that doggerel to death asap. ** Bernard, Hi, B. Wasn’t there a really popular book when we were young called ‘The Power of Positve Thinking’? I think my dad was really into it. I remember it being kind of the squaresville equivalent of Baba Ram Dass? As long as you write to Chrystel soon, I feel pretty sure that the Recollets will smile on you. Oh, well, there’s plenty of French art and art show-ers awaiting you. I can do my part. You should meet Dominique Gonzales-Foerster who’s an amazing and big artist and a current pal/collaborator of mine. For instance. Yes, do focus on your poem and fiction while you can, says me. Yeah, that’s right, I remember Tim was a great proponent of Areinas’ work. I’d forgotten about that. I agree that ‘Lonesome Cowboys’ is insanely and sublimely great and a culture mover and film-reinventer that is sorely under-acknowledged. Oh, shit, well, then I just missed seeing the Linklater. Maybe it’s on French Netflix, and maybe it’s not even dubbed into French on French Netflix. ** Bill, Hi, Bill. Yes, those days are gone although the slightest bit less gone in Paris. I’m happy if the jetlag is just whispering at you. Have you had to jump right back into work? ** Misanthrope, Hey. Scrolling should be declared a sport. It should be added to the next Olympics’ itinerary. Make your family watch ‘El Topo’. It’ll change their consciousnesses, or at least their opinion of you. ** Okay. Recently, in the comments/p.s., the artist and d.l. Joakim Almroth introduced me, and whoever was reading over our shoulders, to Macrophilia, which I oddly had never heard of before. So I went off to see what I could find about it, and, as I did, I made a post using what I found, which wasn’t a whole lot, but which seemed like just barely enough to call a post. And the rest, as of today, is history. See you tomorrow.