Tucking

 Tuck your penis, as if it was not there

latex girdleHow to tuck your penis, to achieve a feminine profile, so you can wear swimming costumes like the one pictured.

Julie Bindel insulted a trans woman: I was volunteering at a service near a street prostitution area where the women had an appalling history of child sexual abuse and who were being abused on the streets, and a male to female transgender person pre-op, came in, beard stubble, very short skirt, sat with her legs very widely splayed and obviously had male genitals and proceeded to behave aggressively to the other women, and there was nothing the manager of the service could do to tell her to leave because she legally has high back body girdlethe right to be in that space as a woman…their rights are viewed as more important than the women.

You can avoid this problem.

When I dressed female before transitioning, I learned to “tuck”. I pushed my testicles back into the inguinal canal whence they descended before puberty. I then folded my penis back between my legs, and held it in place with control pants, which also pull your tummy in. I did this when wearing a ballgown with hooped underskirt– tranny dos are flamboyant- leave alone a short skirt. When I transitioned, I tucked all the time until I had my operation. I was concerned there might be risks in this- twisting the testicle and reducing its blood supply- but took care, and took the risk. The risk seemed worthwhile.

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Take the scrotum gently with the fingertips of both hands, then exert gentle pressure on the testicles, upwards, moving each around slowly until you feel a little give. Push the testicle up, there, and it will slip into the canal.  Each testicle has its own canal. Then fold the penis back between the legs, and pull on your control briefs to hold it in place. I did this daily for 18 months with no ill-effects. It was perfectly comfortable, and I could look down and see a feminine shape, which was reassuring as I grew to dislike my penis more and more. The photos are me in a swimming costume, pre-op. Have a look at more photographs.

The testicle descends of its own accord when you untuck, but if it does not and you really want it to, gentle pressure behind the scrotum does the trick.

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Tucking and taping

Tape is unnecessary, if wearing a mini skirt. When you are taking hormones, ordinary panties will do, especially with tights, but I wanted to be sure, and I wanted my penis tightly held back, so used control briefs. Brevity is the soul of lingerie, but when it has to be firm and extensive it can still be pretty enough.

But if you want to wear a thong or bikini bottoms, you need to tape.

Micropore tape is flesh coloured and gentle on your skin. Cut two lengths long enough to stretch from the base of your penis to the top of your anal cleft, when tucked. Stick these to your penis, and wrap a third length around the penis, loosely enough not to constrict the blood supply if you get an erection. Tuck your testicles, pull the tapes back and stick them inside your buttocks. You have a feminine silhouette, under the briefest panties. Practice makes perfect, and you can tuck with complete confidence.

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SEE ALSO: Lace: on getting a properly fitting brassière.

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7 thoughts on “Tucking

    • The more I think on it, the more vile I see her comment is. The manager and volunteers at such a service will be used to women “behaving aggressively” and so able to deal with the situation. Not describing the solution gives a false view of the situation. The cis women are described in a way to elicit sympathy, but no context or explanation is given for the trans woman. It is designed to elicit hatred. It is hate speech.

      EDIT: I have taken out a lot of the start of this post, because the interest of my readers is in Tucking. Originally, I wrote on the politics of the matter:

      It was good to hear Analysis, one of Radio 4’s most robustly intellectual programmes, discuss transgenderism. Unfortunately they included the lying hate-speech of Julie Bindel. When Nicholas Griffin incites white people to fear and resent other races, he is not treated with such respect. The programme is available on line for over a year.

      This is the lie Bindel told (19.30 in the recording)

      I was volunteering at a service near a street prostitution area where the women had an appalling history of child sexual abuse and who were being abused on the streets, and a male to female transgender person pre-op, came in, beard stubble, very short skirt, sat with her legs very widely splayed and obviously had male genitals and proceeded to behave aggressively to the other women, and there was nothing the manager of the service could do to tell her to leave because she legally has the right to be in that space as a woman…their rights are viewed as more important than the women.

      She wants everyone to see the trans woman as a monster, and other women including Bindel as her victims. Just as Griffin dwells on reasons for resentment- they take our jobs he says, they take our council housing, they take over our towns- so Bindel talks of the trans woman threatening vulnerable women, with male strength and privilege.

      Why is it a lie? One clue is in the words “behave aggressively”. If someone is behaving aggressively, it is the criminal offence of Breach of the Peace, and people can respond. But also, there is a clue is short skirt and obvious male genitalia. Let me share a tranny secret.

      When I dressed female before transitioning, I learned to “tuck”. I pushed my testicles back into the inguinal canal whence they descended before puberty. I then folded my penis back between my legs, and held it in place with tight knickers. I did this when wearing a ballgown with hooped underskirt- tranny dos are flamboyant- leave alone a short skirt. When I transitioned, I tucked all the time until I had my operation. I was concerned there might be risks in this- twisting the testicle and reducing its blood supply- but took care, and took the risk. The risk seemed worthwhile.

      The manager could have refused the trans woman access to her service, under the Equality Act 2010, schedule 3, para. 28. Before the Act, trans people had even less protection.

      Even if there was some incident which bore a passing resemblance to what Bindel describes, she has exaggerated. She also speaks with complete lack of empathy with the trans woman. The cis women were abused as children and adults- I sympathise- and the trans woman “behaved aggressively”. Why? Because “she” was a typical man, dressed in a repulsive and ridiculous manner.

      Bindel also claimed that had she been assessed in her early teens, she might have been diagnosed as transsexual, put on hormone blockers, and now be presenting male. This is highly unlikely. In revolt against cliché femininity, she might have told a psychiatrist she was male. Then she would spend a time living in male role. Only then would she, with the psychiatrists and her parents, have to decide to take hormone blockers. It just would not have happened. A moment’s thought- a moment!- is enough to refute her.

      Being forced to go through the wrong puberty does terrible damage to a trans child. Bindel’s position is that that child’s suffering does not matter at all, because of the theoretical risk that one gay person might transition.

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  1. Yes, indeed. And similar too, to the ways in which people say that rape victims were just “asking for it” or that immigrants and asylum seekers and single mums on benefits are just abusing the system. Abusing the system, geddit? I abuse you – it is classic projection. There are lots of examples of aggression and false logic.

    Perhaps the question to be asked is, “What are you so afraid of?”

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  2. I’m going to reblog this, I hope you don’t mind. I found it encapsulated several points about living Trans that I’ve never found the right words to verbalise. If you want the reblog taken down please let me know.

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    • I am delighted that you reblog. I am a writer, I want to be read. And that you say I find words you could not, makes me glow, preen and Purrrr. Thank you.

      You are very welcome here. I hope you quickly recover from your migraine cluster, and get back to whatever makes you fulfilled and happy.

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