Macrophilia refers to sexual fantasy involving fictitious giants, either men or women. Variants include metamorphic fantasies; for example, the diminution of women so that average-sized men appear relatively huge, or more commonly, ordinary men growing to giant size.
Humorist David Sedaris's essay, "Giantess", reprinted in Barrel Fever (1994), describes writing for a magazine specializing in erotic stories about giant women and the particular attention that must be paid to the transformation and tearing of clothes.
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