Giantess Ave’s “The Agreement”

Good morning everyone,

Today’s post will examine a video which made the number one spot on the Top 10 Size-Fetish Creations of 2020!

This 12-minute long explicit clip will certainly not be to everyone’s liking, due to its cuckold premise. Still, it deserves recognition due to its daring to actually portray sex acts in a size-fetish work. Giantess Ave’s “The Agreement” was first released on November 9th, 2020. It features a shrunken fiancé, his normal-sized fiancée, and her normal-sized lover. The fiancé shrank over a year ago and struck an agreement with his unaffected fiancée that she may take other lovers provided that he was always involved.

The story begins with the fiancé masturbating while his fiancée towers above and provocatively dances before him. (NOTE: The plot is told via written text only. There was no spoken dialogue.)

There was also a very faint background music and booms as she moved about, the SFX sound effects emphasizing the dramatic difference in their sizes.

The bulk of the runtime consists of the woman riding atop the other man, cowgirl-style, while her fiancé repeatedly inserts his entire body into her alongside the big man’s cock. That action is interspersed with occasional shots from inside her vagina. Eventually, the threesome all reach sexual satisfaction. At least, I assume they did. It was difficult to determine if the tiny man climaxed, but presumably he enjoyed the ménage à trois just as much as the other two.

No faces were visible which in combination with the lack of dialogue could be interpreted as either a bold artistic choice or dehumanizing. To be clear, I assume that the decision to partially obscure the performers (by filming them only from the neck down or when turned away from the camera) was to preserve anonymity. Nonetheless, it can lead to a feeling of objectification as the performers literally have no facial expressions or verbal utterances, but instead are only represented by their breasts, buttocks, and penis. Again, I think the decision was simply made to prevent viewers from identifying the actors, but my biggest suggestion to improve such a production as this would be to hire people willing to appear on camera in sex scenes and let them speak! Show us that the performers are more than just a collection of attractive body parts, but are in fact fully realized human beings.

That stated, it’s important to note that the desire for anonymity is understandable as sex work has an undeservedly negative perception. For example, a New York City paramedic was publicly identified and “shamed” in an article by the New York Post in December 2020 because she supplemented her income by posting photos and videos on OnlyFans. (NOTE: I put the word “shamed” in quotes because she had no reason to feel ashamed, in contrast to the New York Post’s opinion.) Why was she made to feel bad? Because there are many people in the United States who view sex work in a poor light. Not a single shred of evidence indicated that the paramedic’s work performance was negatively affected by her work at OnlyFans. Yet, after the New York Post article was published she apparently felt obliged to remove her content. Thankfully, a GoFundMe in her name raised over $100K. Furthermore, U.S. representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York’s 14th congressional district, tweeted that the actual headline should have been that “Medics in the United States need two jobs to survive.”

Bottom line, sex work is real work. If we can change the perception of sex workers in society then more creators will feel free to make explicit content without fear of retribution.

I would have liked to have seen a diamond engagement ring on the woman’s hand to further reinforce the theme that they were engaged. An engagement ring would have lent credence to the assertion that she was the little man’s fiancée. Of course, such engagement rings are by no means mandatory; however, they are commonly worn in many countries around the world.

Overall, I recommend Giantess Ave’s “The Agreement.” Obviously, it’s not safe for work. However, if you’re looking for spicy size content, then you should enjoy this! It can be purchased for $9.99 at the following link:

NOTE: I’m not sure how long the sale will last 🙂

That’s it for today folks, next week will look back at an E.L. Publications comic from the 1990s. Until then, keep growing!

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