Browse all my published stories in one place! Please forgive formatting inconsistencies. As with most of my life, this is a work in progress.
Content tags: accessibility, edgeplay, & surprise sex
Tagging is the only way I know for people online to have the chance to opt in or out of a sexual experience with fully informed consent.
I prefer to call them content tags instead of content warnings, because some tags are identity-based to help people find what resonates for them. I push back against the notion that I need to “warn” straight people that they might encounter queer characters and experiences in my work. But I’m happy to tag content to help people decide what’s right for them. Content tags help us make choices about what our brains and bodies can experience on any given day, so we can lean into pleasure and explore what it means to say yes.
Tags also help with accessibility. (Mention of mental health & PTSD.) There are a lot of reasons people might find certain content hard, ranging from depression and anxiety to painful breakups to past trauma. As someone living with C-PTSD, tags help me coexist with more safety in online kink spaces. Tags allow me to stay friends with folks who like content that’s hard for my nervous system. I play with a lot of themes that can be hard limits for others, too, and I tag that content so I can stay friends with folks who need to be able to say no to some of what I share. (On Twitter, you can mute #ElleDark to avoid seeing those things.) We all make mistakes, but I greatly value the friends I can trust to tag things!
Tags don’t just help people say no. They also help us say YES. Tags can help us experiment with things on our “maybe” list. It’s easier to lean into our limits and try new sexy things when we have informed consent and the agency to say yes or no. “Edgeplay” isn’t really possible when we don’t know where the edges are—or when those edges are deliberately hidden from us. If you aren’t given the chance to say no, can you ever really say yes?
Tags help me heal. And try dark kinky stuff on my good days. I sometimes engage with content on my edges that I know may trigger a PTSD response in my nervous system, either for sexy reasons or for healing reasons, and I’m able to do that because tags allow me to listen to my body and choose the right time and place. (I am rested and in a good mood, I someone I trust is available to help me with aftercare, I have no big responsibilities that day, etc.) When content is untagged, I won’t be able to make those choices, so I do my best to never engage with it. When I can’t trust a person to tag things that are edgeplay or hard limits for me, then I typically mute/unfollow them. Yes, even if they were a friend.
Spoiler warnings are a form of tagging. If you’ve ever been upset that someone didn’t give you a spoiler warning at the beginning of an article or conversation, because they made it impossible for you to enjoy a story, you have valued content tags.
Surprise sex! Some writers and artists worry that tags themselves are spoilers, that they might reveal a twist or a surprise important to the story. In the genre of erotica, I would ask, is it a good thing to give your readers a surprise in a sexual context? If your writing is good enough, knowing that XYZ kinks are on the menu of a particular story should leave your readers curious for how those elements unfold in your story. Think of it like a burlesque tease. The tag gives a glimpse of a sexy thing, then takes it away to tempt the audience. It might just leave your readers wanting more.
I have learned a lot since I began writing erotica in 2017, and tag things more accurately and thoroughly now. So odds are good that some older stories may be missing tags that I didn’t consider years ago. I welcome help in tagging—please let me know when I have missed anything important.
Title — word count. Summary. Tags. Publication date/s.
A Scarlet R — 1986 words. A group of women shrink a a college professor to humiliate him and take revenge in a cathartic “interactive art piece.” But not everyone has the same definition of righteousness, or revenge. Tags: Noncon/rape, revenge, humiliation, misogyny, entrapment, insertion, threats of violence/death. Published 2020, 2021.
Anne & the King’s Miniaturist — 3060 words. A size kink scene between a Duchess and an artist with a secret, set quite literally against one of the most notorious paintings of King Henry VIII’s reign. The portrait depicted the king’s future bride and was painted by a man renowned for his mysteriously good skill with detail and miniatures. Tags: shrunken man, dubious consent, oral sex, some antiquated language, and English history from the Tudor period. Published 2020 in the Size Riot contest, blog publication is still pending.
Big & Snuggly — 1087 words. Tags: F/m, growth, some romance, polyamory/ethical nonmonogamy, and mild claustrophobia. Published 2021.
Big Day — 680 words. Tags: M/m, male Giant, growth, clothes tearing, oral. Published 2020.
Body Pillow — 1020 words. Tags: M/f, male Giant, female tiny, shrinking, cuddles, comfort. Published 2020.
Carried Away — 5084 words. A sizeshifter trying to maintain good work boundaries with her ex-girlfriend coworker has to take drastic action to keep her safe during a disaster. Tags: F/f – unexpected growth, building destruction, some physical danger for the Giant and the tiny, a Giant in a tight space, bruises and light injury, breast play, oral sex, vaginal insertion, some feelings, and puns. Published 2021.
Currents — 2000 words. Tags: macrophilia/growth, Giant couples, public sex, ethical nonmonogamy, and natural disaster. Published 2018.
Dear Professor, Part 1 — 3027 words. A professor agrees to a BDSM shrinking scene to work out some stress with a friend, and discovers just how stressful—and sexy—a body can be at micro sizes. Tags: F/m story contains shrinking to sizes under a millimeter, breast play, body exploration, insertion, anal, sex toys, entrapment, falling from a height, domination and submission, humiliation, praise, some mind control elements, and aftercare. There are also hints of fear play and dubcon (dubious consent), and processing emotions like anger and helplessness. Not all themes will be present in all parts. Wrote in 2020, published 2022.
Dear Professor, Part 2 — 2852 words. Ryan works hard to please his massive friend, shrinking in her bra and down her panties while she works out at the gym, but can he do what it takes to satisfy her? Tags: F/m story contains shrinking to sizes under a millimeter, breast play, body exploration, insertion, anal, sex toys, entrapment, falling from a height, domination and submission, humiliation, praise, some mind control elements, and aftercare. There are also hints of fear play and dubcon (dubious consent), and processing emotions like anger and helplessness. Not all themes will be present in all parts. Wrote in 2020, published 2022.
Dear Professor, Part 3 — 2741 words. Ryan has fought hard to earn her praise, but how will he face the immensity of her body, her willpower, and her undeniable desire? Tags: F/m story contains shrinking to sizes under a millimeter, breast play, body exploration, insertion, anal, sex toys, entrapment, falling from a height, domination and submission, humiliation, praise, some mind control elements, and aftercare. There are also hints of fear play and dubcon (dubious consent), and processing emotions like anger and helplessness. Not all themes will be present in all parts. Wrote in 2020, published 2022.
Do For One — 1981 words. A sizeshifter turns to her loving partner to help her process an anxiety attack and burnout during quarantine. Tags: macrophilia/growing, microphilia/shrinking, cunnilingus, depression, burnout, anxiety attack, claustrophobia, PTSD, and suicidal ideation. Published 2020, 2021.
First Kiss — 365 words. Tags: a male Giant, a female tiny, a kiss, some shrinking, and feels. Published 2020.
Little Clara — 2550 words. Clara wakes up nude in her boyfriend’s pocket at work. But she wants to go someplace much, much warmer. Little Clara: BSDM in his pocket in public Tags: [Extreme Size Difference] [Male Giant] [Shrunken Woman] [Narrative] [Public] [BDSM] [Ownership] [Objectification] [Entrapment] [Smothering] [Fear] [Feels] [L-bomb] [Bukkake] [16mins]. Published 2021.
Nude on a Cloth Napkin — 465 words. Tags: F/m, Giantess, male tiny, shrinking, mouthplay, food play, adultery, noncon, nudity, humiliation. Published 2020.
Ornamental — 11,232 words. A sizeplay story featuring lesbian sex and succubus magic at a holiday party, and so many orgasms I literally stopped counting. Tags: F/F/f, microphilia/shrinking, lesbian sex, rope play, objectification, mind control, humiliation, dubcon (dubious consent), unaware, scissoring, mouthplay, insertion, and delightfully unrealistic expectations for orgasms. Published 2019.
Save Point — 1167 words. Tags: F/M / Giantess / Giant couple / growth / public sex / penis growth / humiliation / dubcon. Published 2020.
The Therapist Will See You Now — 2681 words. A Domme in training crosses a line with a sub who begins to shrink, and goes to her mentor to beg for help. But the mentor is a therapist who’s had a long day, a bottle of wine, and doesn’t quite buy this whole ‘shrinking’ story. Tags: F/F/m microphilia/shrinking, micro (aka shrinking to sizes under a millimeter), body exploration, BSDM, mention of addiction, alcohol, spanking, flogging, unaware, ethical nonmonogamy, spanking, nonconsensual, therapy, feelings, insertion. Published 2019.
Trick, Treat — 1998 words. A sex worker discovers a client with a larger-than-life request. Tags: macrophilia/growing, sex work, objectification, building and city destruction (no graphic violence), mild Domination/submission, oral sex, anal sex, masturbation, and bukkake. Published 2019.
Wash Your Tinies — 1689 words. Tags: Giantess, gender-neutral tiny, nudity on camera for a public YouTube video, soap, water, massage, singing, spanking, illness mention, romantic feelings. Published 2020.
What Happens Next — 1657 words. What happens when you give oral sex to a woman with sizeshifting powers—during a threesome? Tags: [F4A] What Happens Next: Threesome + Sizeshifting Magic [Extreme Size Difference] [Giantess] [Male Giant] [Narrative] [Worship] [Threesome] [Cunnilingus] [face sitting] [teasing] [begging] [PIV sex] [growth] [shrinking] [polyamory] [off-screen insertion] [anorgasmia-friendly] . Published 2020.
Woman, in Ecstasy, Chapter 1 — 2759 words. Noelle’s boyfriend convinces her to volunteer as a kinky art installation in a museum of sex, where she grows, shrinks, and becomes a horny slut at the mercy of strangers—one of whom has eyes on her boyfriend. Tags: F/m/f – (shrinking, growth, public play, exhibitionism, breast & ass expansion, objectification, dubcon/noncon, mind control, intelligence play/bimbofication, orgasm denial, BDSM, entrapment, claustrophobia mention). Published 2022.
Woman, in Ecstasy, Chapter 2 — 2549 words. Noelle learns the hard way about arousal, inhibitions, and the importance of asking for what you want during sex. Or in her case, during sexually explicit interactive art. Tags: F/m/f – (growth, public play, exhibitionism, breast & ass expansion, objectification, dubcon/noncon, mind control, intelligence play/bimbofication, begging, jealousy, cuckolding, BDSM). Published 2022.
Woman, in Ecstasy, Chapter 3 — 2240 words. Noelle grows in more ways than one as she lets go of her stress and focuses on what matters most, like doing whatever it takes to be fucked to climax. Tags: F/m/f, f/M/F – (shrinking, growth, public play, exhibitionism, breast & ass expansion, humiliation, objectification, dubcon/noncon, mind control, intelligence play/bimbofication, begging, orgasm denial, cuckolding, BDSM, entrapment, claustrophobia mention, and “bigger on the inside” magic for fucking tinies.) Published 2022.
Woman, in Ecstasy, Chapter 4 — 2672 words. Noelle discovers a new turn-on as Lisa and Daniel bond over shrinking her and making her a helpless plaything. Tags: f/M/F – (shrinking, public play, exhibitionism, humiliation, objectification, dubcon/noncon, mind control, intelligence play/bimbofication, begging, orgasm denial, jealousy, cuckolding, BDSM, entrapment, penetration, and “bigger on the inside” magic for fucking tinies.) Published 2022.
Woman, in Ecstasy, Chapter 5 — 2658 words. Lisa gives Noelle a gift before taking her new toy on the kinkiest ride of her life. Tags: f/M/F – (shrinking, public play, exhibitionism, humiliation, objectification, dubcon/noncon, mind control, intelligence play/bimbofication, hypnosis, begging, orgasm denial, cuckolding, BDSM, voyeurism, masturbation, entrapment, licking, sucking on fingers and feet, kisses, insertion, cunnilingus, penetration, and “bigger on the inside” magic for fucking tinies.) Published 2022.
Some thoughts on building a writing practice
I have been writing size kink erotica since 2017.
I recently realized in summer of 2022 that I have written more than 128,000 words of size fiction and published twenty short stories to this blog.
For years now I have wanted to be the kind of writer who has a wealth of stories to share, and I was aware of the philosophy that making a creative practice or career is about endurance as much as anything. The ones who make it are the ones willing to stay and keep working even when the practice loses its shine, becomes difficult, or when life throws obstacles in the way. It’s one thing to know you’re in for a marathon, and quite another to physically run it. I have been frustrated by the slow pace, by the feeling that I’d never become the kind of writer I admire.
One day recently I had a breakthrough in therapy and decided to create a spreadsheet tracking all of the stories I have written, no matter what state they are in. Works in progress, published, half published, half written, barely started. (I have a separate, intimidatingly huge spreadsheet where I capture ideas that haven’t reached the page yet.) I was absolutely stunned to realize how many words I’ve written, how many stories I’ve already published. Seeing the evidence was a great comfort to me. My therapist gave me the homework of savoring this experience and not rushing to move the goalposts on myself. She made me write down something I said in session, that I almost skipped past: “I am already who I wanted to be.”
We hold happiness so quickly and release it even faster. One of the joys of a sex-positive therapist is that she used the metaphor of an orgasm. How elusive an orgasm can be, when we put pressure on ourselves! How quickly they can disappear! But how many hours of pleasure can you explore when you don’t discount the full spectrum of enjoyment? Like the dazzle of a bottle rocket versus the warm welcome of a campfire.
These stories have been my campfire to share with all of you. I feed my ideas and feelings into the glow and it makes me so happy to know others are warmed by the light, too. I’m not sure what kind of fireworks I was chasing, or where the goalposts are anymore. All I know is that I want to stay here in this circle of light, sharing stories. Sharing pleasure.
Anyway. This is me savoring my achievement, making room for pleasure, and also, making it a lot easier for my readers to browse through my damn work.