In general, I think the answer is probably not. Jonathan Swift put a smutty paragraph into Gulliver's Travels about Gulliver being toyed with by young Brobdingnagian maids of honour, but I don't think Dr. Swift was really into it. Charles Beaudelaire wrote a smutty poem called The Giantess, but Beaudelaire had a real talent for smutty thoughts about almost anything. Federico Fellini made what is probably the sexiest giant woman movie with The Temptation of Dr. Antonio, and he recalls a big lusty prostitute from his youth he calls Volpina in his memoir film Amacord, but Fellini was happily married for decades to the tiny and adorable actress Guilietta Masina.
While I don't have an interest in "outing" any of My People, there is one person in the public eye who pretty much outed himself a while back. The Nose was a magazine about many different topics, but it always included articles about odd sexual interests, and as this cover shows, it once had an article about men interested in Giant Women. The author of the article is also the miniature man seen under the huge high heel of the supersized sneering dominatrix. He is Patton Oswalt, comedian and actor, best known now as the voice of the rat Remy in Pixar's Ocsar winning movie Ratatouille. I give Mr. Oswalt a brotherly shout out.
As I have said before, there is minimal content in the mainstream media for My People and Our Agenda, and some of us get clever about creating our own images. This collage was done by an artist calling himself Shrunk_DC, who took a nice but not provocative picture of singer/skater girl Avril Lavigne and made it of interest to My People. It's not that we are blind to attractive females in the real world, but something about a cute girl being 200 feet tall makes her... well, cuter. Or, in this case, hotter.
Your mileage may vary. For most folks, I expect that it does. I can't say how many of My People there are in the world, but I think it's way less than 1 in 100 males that focus on this fetish. That said, I think there are guys who don't obsess about the idea, but still find the idea kinda hot when they see a well-produced image.
What makes me think this is seeing Death Proof, one of the two recent movie made by Quentin Tarantino and packaged together under the name Grindhouse. The movies have a well deserved R rating, but there is no nudity, only a lot of dirty talking and a lot of violence. What Tarantino does have in the movie is a lot of lovingly shot scenes of women's bare feet. Either Tarantino has a foot fetish himself, or he has a friend who explained the fetish to him in very vivid detail. I don't find the foot fetish particularly interesting, but watching the movie makes me understand why many men do obsess about it. Moreover, my fetish group is very small in number, and foot fetishism is common enough to have a thriving industry catering to its members' desires.
So how am I going to bring this uncomfortable post to a non-smutty conclusion?
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