Friday, May 15, 2015

Feminization Caption - Freedom

7 comments:

  1. hey just wondering if you had free time would look at my starting blog and tell me what you thought.

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  2. Omg thank you!!! I love seeing ebony sissies and unfortunately they aren't as popular, on this site or anywhere. Please keep making them, your site is the best!

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    1. I try to do it when I can, but the reality is that it takes quite a bit more time (colors, lighting, etc. change considerably when ethnicity varies between the source model and the penis addition).

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    2. Is there an ideological or philosophical reason why you make them so small? Great blog by the way.

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    3. What device are you using to read these? Because on my computer, they're never what I would consider small. The images are usually 2500x1500 pixels, which is much larger than the standard size used on most websites. However, the text may seem small because I refuse to shorten my story to fit more easily into a prescribed space. That said, any issue with that can be worked around simply by right-clicking the image, and selecting "Open Link in New Tab" which will allow you to zoom into the image. Hope that helps.

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    4. Thanx for the info. I actually meant to ask is why the penises/sissy clit are so small. I have no complaints about the images. I just wanted to know: Is there an ideological or philosophical reason why you make the penises so small? Some people like them extra big. But you are different, I like that.

      BTW (Is the spelling on your banner: the feminzation station instead of feminization station on purpose)

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    5. Traditionally, the penis represents power (or at the least, a phallic shape), and in most cases, larger equals more power. In most of my captions, the protagonist is a submissive, so a smaller penis seems more natural. In addition, most men associate a larger penis with being more "manly." So by default, when most readers see a smaller penis, they immediately think "less masculine" which is what I'm going for. And finally, I just find it more aesthetically pleasing. So mostly, it's just a preference.

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