History of giantess fandom
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The fanaticism of the giant women has a whole story behind.
- 1494: François Rabelais is born.
- 1532: François Rabelais, at 38, publishes the first volume of Gargantua and Pantagruel: Pantagruel.
- 1535: The second volume of Gargantua and Pantagruel is published: The inestimable life of Gargantua, father of Pantagruel.
- 1546: The third volume of Gargantua and Pantagruel is published: The third book of Pantagruel.
- 1552: The fourth volume of Gargantua and Pantagruel is published: The fourth book of Pantagruel.
- 1553: François Rabelais dies.
- 1562: The fifth volume of Gargantua and Pantagruel is published: The fifth book of Pantagruel. However, it is doubtful that it is its author.
- 1944: Giganta makes her debut.
- 1958: Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, a low-budget movie, opens in theaters; which obtains an unexpected success and was engraved in the collective memory like a work of cult, especially for the GTS community.
- 1963: Else Holmelund Minarik (non-fetishist author) publish The Little Giant Girl and the Elf Boy.
- 1973: The French film Fantastic Planet opens in cinemas, Which is considered a masterpiece to this day because of its extravagance.
- 1979: Karbo is born.
- 1994: Thomas Samaras publish his first book The truth about your height, which is an attack (with empirical scientific arguments) against the ideology of "bigger is better".
- 1995: Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfolds opens in cinemas, which is a parody to Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.
- 1995: Milo Manara publish I viaggi di Gulliver, o Gulliveriana, parody of Gulliver's Travels, 1726.
First-time macrophiles meet under anonymity.
- October-16: Karbo opens his second deviantART account (with the same name), which he uses to publish his fetish works, taking advantage of the anonymity he used to have.
- Thomas Samaras publish his second book The Human Body and the Laws of Scaling, which explains (with empirical scientific arguments) why it is better for us humans to be smaller.
- Volume 1 of Felarya is already on sale.