Female BoxersIn my heart, I have always worshiped female strength and, for me, the personification of that strength is the female boxer.
I have had a fetish for women in boxing gear - gloves, trunks, tank tops or sports bras - since my early teens. I feel women boxers are powerful, elegant and deeply sexual. My twin fantasies are to get knocked out in a mixed boxing match and make love with her afterward.
The "why" of this fetish I cannot explain, it is just part of my being. The woman does not have to be a professional like Laila Ali, Holly Holm or Vaia Zaganas. Even models wearing boxing gear in commercials and print ads grab my attention. Recently, it was explained to me that I belong to a subset of bondage enthusiasts. The other phrase I've heard is "agonophilia," a multifaceted term that covers arousal by boxing equipment like gloves and headgear and actual fighting. Male vs male boxing has always bored me, but I can view a female vs female bout, patiently anticipating a knock out to
On Shrinking Women. Can be adapted to giants.
Sasha Ariel Jones - We Could Be Heroes - Shrunken
A thought recently hit me like a ginormous brick.
The brick shattered, but the issue remained.
As GiantessNyx recently mentionned it on twitter,
"a lot of women don't want to be giantesses but guys force them to be".
Oh sure. I had noticed this, more than I should've.
Me loving nothing more than being huge, everything's fine...
My tasty writer says that this sounds familiar.
All too very familiar in this world you call real.
Can you see the analogy?
So... other than the fact that I'll be going for those who think it's
fine to do that and grind them in my fist without further notification,
I'd like to express a few important points:
We're complex beings.
We've feelings and aspirations.
And when someone tries to force anyone into anything...
Many times have I talked with little female friends who told me that what they liked
Interactive Foxy Boxing BooksHey all I know I don't post these too much but I recently bought these books and they are books in which you can actually direct and interact with the story.
So I thought I would share them.
A guide to understanding artistsPlease read carefully:
Each sketch or doodle is important
So don't say the following:
"It's just a sketch. Can't I have it? You won't miss it!"
Or you will end up with freshly sharpened pencils up your ass
Artist get attached to things they create
Much like mothers and their babies
Remember that It's cruel to separate parents and children until the children are old enough to go out on their own
Until that day
DO NOT ask for art until it has matured and is ready to leave the nest
If you ask an artist to look through their sketchbook one of the three things will happen:
A) you will be given a stone cold glare, indicating how stupid the question really was
B) you will be allowed to peek at select number if sketches the artist seems qualified to be seen
C) you will be stabbed painfully in the eyes with a fork (or whatever else is in hands reach.
NEVER under any circumstance look through the said sketchbook WITHOUT PERMISSION
I'm on a Mission...!Okay. I am slim and very bosomy and I don't think that figures like mine are very well represented by media, movies, books, magazines, modelling agencies, fashion designers and especially feminists who seem to think women should not be well-endowed at all, but should be up-tight bitches that hate men, or something. If you look at the figures for bra sales, then it appears bosomy shapes are on the rise. Take a look at these bra sales stats:
Look at the stats for the average band sizes.. 32, 34, and 36. You will see that larger breasts account for a majority of the bra sales. So, grrrrrrr. what is going on here? My first reaction is that bosomy figures are being repressed in all media and that the people who control the media don't want to admit that bosomy figures are not abnormal, but quite the norm!
I had a chat with AkibaStudios who turned me on to an article where women who get brea