ZM: Other than creative camera angles, do you use other props or tricks to make viewers feel small? How much of this fantasy is mental & relies on the imagination?
KB: Tiny figures are commonly used to portray whoever or whatever is at the Giantess’ mercy in the scenario. I find it fun and hot to roleplay with them and the viewer imagines that whatever’s going on is actually happening, even though it’s a prop.
Once in a while, I’ll stand on a hidden stool that’s out of the frame to make the viewer feel small on the floor looking up at me out of the camera’s pov. I’m also selective with which camera and lens I use, as well as surrounding objects and how I pose my body to the camera.
ZM: Of all the giantess clip requests you’ve had, what was the most memorable?
KB: It’s too hard to choose just one — there are dozens! Everything from when I was pregnant for sure, such a special time. I also especially loved adding my creativity to several customs over recent years that were scripted exceptionally well. I love knowing exactly what all a fan wants to see me do and hear me say, and then fueling from that to get into character for my performance and personal indulgence. I also have many fans who come back again and again for customs which at a point makes them and their clips memorable to me as well – some have even been ordering from me since I began in 2006!
ZM: What tips do you have for people curious about trying giantess play? What about bringing up interest in giantess kink to a partner?
KB: I would start by grabbing some videos that both look hot from the GIF preview and sound hot from the description. Use those to start exploring and figuring out what you like. There’s tons of free collages, stories, artwork, etc online too. It’ll also help to read through some of my old blog posts as well if you’re super new to your Giantess fetish.
For those more experienced with it and regarding bringing it up to partners, IMO:
If you’re dating around — look for someone who is open-minded, likes learning, and enjoys experiencing new things. You want to find someone who’s going to accept you for who you are, so bring it up when you feel it’s appropriate to do so. (Some may want to mention it on the first date as to not waste time – others after several to feel it out and see if they even like the girl first) Go deeper into it over time as you learn more about each other.
If it’s a lover that you want to open up to after years — if she’s open-minded and familiar with fetishes then you could open up by saying you’ve been shy to tell her or perhaps it’s an old fantasy that’s come back and you want to enjoy it with her. Start by explaining your liking for size difference and if she reacts well, go a little deeper, and ping off anything she finds interesting.
Go into more as she becomes comfortable and used to your fetish.
If she isn’t familiar with fetishes then take baby steps. For example, you can start by treating her to her favorite footwear (if you like crush) or lip product (if you like Vore) and use compliments to tie in your attraction to that part of her body. The next time you’re in the bedroom, mention how she is your Goddess and that you want to worship every part of her while rubbing or kissing her all over. Dip into powerplay where she is in control. Find out what she likes and mix your desires with hers. Teach her what a fetish is. Give ample time for her to learn and understand the fetish as she gets to explore it with you!
ZM: What advice would you give to someone who believes their kinky fantasies are weird or shameful?
KB: Sexuality, porn, and fetishes were once very taboo and thankfully we’re now coming out of that era (especially online and within the fetish industry). Nowadays millions of fetishists have come out online, in magazines, shows, through social media, to their partners, at conventions, etc.
There are ever-growing fetish communities and with that, an amazing variety of fetish content has flourished. An industry has even become of it where professionals, models, artists, and like-minded fetishists want to produce content for you to enjoy! You’re not alone, don’t feel weird or shameful. It’s truly a wonderful time to be living in to embrace and explore your unique sexuality.
Let it add some spice to your life!
ZM: What has being a fetish creator taught you about other people’s desires & sexual psychology?
KB: Everyone has their own tastes and preferences on the finer details of what they like within the genera of their fetish(es)/kinks. One can have multiple desires, those of which could vary in prominence and frequency. For example, it could be the core of one’s sexuality whereas straight-up vanilla acts (sex, oral) may not be a turn-on for them at all. They may need to have their fetish involved in one way or another (think about it, look at material, partake in it) to become aroused and reach climax. Or one could simply have a kink that they perhaps only crave once in a blue moon, or use to add extra excitement to their sex life, and vanilla play could still turn them on in the same manner as someone who doesn’t have any kinks.
Also, it’s totally possible that one may not even realize that they have a fetish or like any kinks until they find it. Or they could end up getting into one through their personal life experiences to come. Everyone’s sexuality is really unique.