Macrophilia

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Macrophilia refers to sexual fantasy involving fictitious giants, primarily giant women. Variants include metamorphic fantasies; the diminution of men so that average-sized women appear relatively huge, or more commonly, ordinary women growing to giant size.

Humorist David Sedaris's essay, "Giantess", reprinted in Barrel Fever (1994), describes writing for a magazine specializing in erotic stories about giant women and the particular attention that must be paid to the transformation and tearing of clothes.

Generally, the majority of macrophiles are males that are attracted to larger females, though interest differs between people, and gender depends on sexual orientation. They often enjoy feeling small and being abused or degraded, and they may also view men and/or women as being powerful and dominating

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