The Size Kinksters guide - acceptance, relationships, etc is now LIVE!!
I wanted to share a very thorough guide I recently wrote to help macrophiles and microphiles on their sexual journeys. It’s completely free to read and covers topics ranging from self acceptance, coming out to a partner, engaging in roleplay, and even ideas from other macrophiles and microphiles on how they engage in sex with their kink.
I hope it can be an informative read for you - cheers!
The Big G last edited by
And it’s well worth a read two thumbs up all the praise
Giant Gripper last edited by
@jitensha I’m going to nail this to the front page of giantess city, lol
@jitensha Giving this piece a permanent, high-profile home alone justifies the creation of this forum. Good on ya, Jit!
Thanks for the kind words guys
I’m hoping it can be help some people out there! We certainly rarely talk about these topics, and I think its important we consider how we all cope with our fantasies, relationships, self-acceptance, etc.
Also @Giant-Gripper I posted it at the city!! So far so good!
Giant Gripper last edited by
@jitensha Update your character bio to include your powers: being tiny and psychic
@giant-gripper hahaha physic? I’m not that powerful! Maybe great minds just think alike?
@jitensha Listening to others and taking them seriously is a rare enough talent to be considered a superpower.
@olo It’s so true! It’s not even an issue specifically to kinky people, it’s everyone. It’s probably why the divorce rate is so high…lots of folks don’t take the time to hear each other out, and invest back in their partner. They think love should be easy, but really it’s very messy!
As much as I’d wish it so, Disney movie romances are not reality lol. There is no “true love at first sight”. No matter who you end up with, it will always, ALWAYS take work. It’s hard to find romantic and sexual happiness without confronting and accepting your own sexuality first though, so I hope this guide gives them the affirmation needed to engage and introspectively explore their fantasies.
littlenichole tiny woman last edited by
This is so incredible and thoughtfully put together. Thank you for taking the time to make something like this. I really wish i could send this back in time to a much younger and inexperienced and less confident me lol. Understanding that its okay to enjoy taboo aspects of yourself and indulge in a safe way is vital to self happiness
i am insane GIANT last edited by
I’d like to thank you for doing this.
Even if some of this isn’t a great fit for my own situation, even without the details of it, really, the fact it’s just… laid out like this, means a lot. Like, even if I never… call one of those therapists, for example, the fact that there’s some that would help for this, and all the implications of that, is huge for me.
It’s just… really nice to see, you know?
So, yeah. Thanks.
Of course, so glad to help! We’re all in a pretty unique situation, so I think it’s important that we share resources, especially when it comes to finding personal happiness, mental health support, relationship advice, etc.
I also very much wish I had this resource when I was younger too…I could have saved so many years of frustration, but I’m glad I figured it out eventually. I do however hope this reaches some of the older folks in the community, because they didn’t grow up with this sexual positivity that’s become more and more common in the past 10 years. I’ve certainly met many people, men and women, who don’t indulge in their fantasies with their spouses or haven’t even told them. A lot of them are middle aged folks or seniors, and I hope that they know that it’s never too late to explore your kink!
Well, whatever the age, I mostly hope it reaches the people who need it
BTbutcher last edited by
@jitensha Thanks for all your hard work on the new site. It looks great! I’ve struggled with this and my other kinks for most of my life, and I’ll tell you right now that reading this guide genuinely made me feel better about myself. Thanks again for all you do.
MightyTinyGiant last edited by MightyTinyGiant
@Jitensha - The presentation you gave at SizeCon that started from this guide was easily one of my favorite parts of the entire event. THANK YOU for opening up about so many different facets of your life, identity, health, and experience. You inspired me to consider creating a similar presentation at the next one, centered on size dysmorphia. I’m really grateful you’re part of this community, Jitensha!
LittleKnight last edited by
Why am I just finding this forum?! This is great!!