I think the problem with topics like this is that there is always going to be the implication, however small, of entitlement. It’s never “I wish more people were into the thing I’m into”, but always some kind of “I wish creators would make things for me for free”. Creators make all kinds of free things already, the internet is full of them. That none of it, or enough of it, is your favorite thing isn’t anyone’s problem but yours. Creators don’t owe you their time, skill, money, resources. It’s kind of a slap in the face to creators who make things for free already, like myself (and I even take requests!), because it’s not the thing you want to see.
But that’s what commissions, trades, and financially supporting creators who make things you like are for. The more you actually pay people to make things, the more your interest is going to be noticed and acknowledged.
Griping like this is not a good look, especially when there are creators reading and posting here.
@2ndsolesurvivor I liked it a lot, and found the way Angie happily helped her hubby out with that daily manly chore quite heartwarming.
I like the concept of having unequal size partners co-existing like that, with each having their own skills and attributes to make a relationship work. I find that more refreshing than having the (small) woman regarded as some kind of pet or little sex object or slave.