Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Little Sugar Goes a Long Way


Along with transgender fantasy, I have picked up a few other transformational fetishes.  Typically, I pair these with TG.  One that has somewhat dominated my tastes has been shrinking.  I have never been able to put my finger on it.  I have no idea why I like the idea.  But I will say this: I don't like it on it's own.  It has to be a girl getting shrunk.  Maybe I'm just weird that way.  And I'm okay with that.

What do you think about pairing other transformations with transgender fantasies?  Do you have a favorite?

6 comments:

  1. Shrinking might be my favorite one to pair with TG as well. I do like it by itself, but only with women. The opposite, the growth/giantess thing, doesn't do as much for me. AR, AP, and BE all seem to work well with TG, too. One thing I like to see is different things happening to different people, so maybe one person gets shrunk while the other gets regressed. Spread the wealth!

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    1. Well, AR & AP seem to go very well with TG, as often we see a body swap or a role reversal, and many times this means a change in age is going to happen as a bi-product. In my opinion, if you're going to work in a magical or sci-fi world where TG is possible, then other things should be too. I love multiple transformations--might be one reason why things like Magic Remote, Great Shift & Role Exchanger appeal to me.

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  2. With me it's mainly AR and personality change.

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  3. I haven't read a lot of caps that mix up other things into TG so I don't have a strong opinion on it. As I sit back and think about it, I guess my initial stance would be to NOT like it. Most TG caps already require a suspension of belief, and I think it's asking to much to add more suspended belief.

    But then again, I don't DIS like the caps like this that I've read.

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  4. I wondered about that since you had that giantess picture in your folder a year or two ago that we ended up captioning for each other.

    Other transformationa .. ummm a change in power, does that count? As in from boss to secretary, professor to student, dad to daughter?

    As Maddie mentioned about, the loss of one trait gained by another or the swapping of them does intrigue me, like with one girl gaining an addiction to sweets while the other gets the skinny persons smoking habit.

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    1. You know, it's funny, but Giantess isn't a favorite of mine, yet when I see it, my fancy is tickled. Maybe the idea that a newly made woman now has no way to hide.

      I don't necessarily view a change in power as an example here. But I want to pull this apart a bit more. In reference to a PHYSICAL transformation, a change in power could be size, strength, or age. So I suppose in THAT sense, it would count as a transformation. Though I always find it funny when a father in his daughter's body tries to keep control, and same goes for a boss/secretary or professor/student. But at the core of all of these is a PHYSICAL transformation paired with TG.

      As for the habits, I view those more as a MENTAL transformation. It's not the kind that changes who you are, but it does change the way you feel about something. Perhaps it could be counted as a physical trait if you look at it from a bodily urge sort of thing.

      Well, I thought that reply would be shorter... whoops.

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