If you’re a ladyboy, have a ladyboy girlfriend, or it’s your first time with ladyboys, it’s vital for you to know the importance of proper tucking. Without safety measures and ample knowledge, it can prove to be dangerous.
The majority may find this topic a bit trivial and to some, comical. However, in this guide, you’ll find that it’s not. Please know that this guide was not created to make fun of or attack a group of people. It was created for educational purposes only.
What is Tucking?
According to the Transgender Health Information Program, it is a process to help hide one’s peen and testes. It can be done by pushing the scrotum and peen between the buttocks or the inguinal canals. In some cases, it can also be done simply by hiding the genitalia in between the thighs.
There are many other tuck definitions but the word is normally used colloquially in relation to the hiding of the genitalia.
Why do Some People do it?
Various reasons exist as to why people tuck their genitalia. Some revolve around:
- a certain lifestyle
- others do it because of gender dysphoria
- some do it for entertainment purposes
Most people think that a large peen is God’s gift to men. However, how big is TOO big? Some men have naturally overgrown genitalia and in some cases, these may impact their lifestyle in a negative way.
Most people find it offensive to see bulging privates in public. Some may even think that these bulges are a form of harassment. Such a situation can be magnified by an overly large peen. This is why some of them resort to it in order to experience some sense of normalcy.
A lot of Asian ladyboys have heightened gender dysphoria levels. Having a conspicuous bulge can trigger their emotions in the wrong manner. Most ladyboys are hyper-feminine and a lot of them enjoy wearing dresses and skirts. This is why ladyboys practice it in order to combat a windy day’s revelation.
Moreover, ladyboys also wear tight-fitted jeans and shorts. They don’t feel comfortable if their bulge is open to the public. As of 2020, women who have peens are still tabooed. It is a good idea to avoid discriminatory instances.
Sometimes, a tucked genitalia isn’t only called for in serious moments. There are many shows that require proper tucking.
- Variety shows
- Beauty pageants
- Reality shows,
- and more
are all avenues of why the tuck tape is still in the market.
Who does the Tucking?
Tucking is quite gender diverse. However, it’s important to categorize them in order to fully know why they choose to have tucked peens. Knowing so will give you a more in-depth idea as to why such an occurrence is very important to some people.
As mentioned before, it is very important for trans women. Without it, ladyboys will be subject to:
- and abuse
Because the majority is still not accepting of ladyboys, a beautiful woman with a bulging private is still tabooed. There is nothing wrong with a ladyboy having a peen. However, having bulging genitalia in public may put her in dangerous situations.
Added to that, most ladyboys are not comfortable with having a peen. If they have not undergone gender reassignment surgery (GRS) yet, tucking is what provides them comfort in their own skin.
Cross Dressers and Drag Queens
They are instrumental in trying to make it less tabooed. Because of the popular TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race, tucking is viewed in a more amorous manner.
Before the popularity of drag queens on national television, tucking always had negative connotations in the entertainment industry. People found it:
- and in some cases, repulsive
It’s very important for drag queens to know how to tuck; not just tuck, but TUCK. They are known for having amazing techniques when it comes to the deed. So much so that they’re able to hide their weenies and testes even if they’re only wearing string bikinis.
Because drag queens aim to exude a hyper-feminine illusion, they need to complete the “full woman” look with a perfectly tucked privates.
Did you know that in ancient Greece, small peens were revered? This is why a lot of nude male Grecian sculptures have small weenie. The reason being is that in their time, a small peens symbolizes huge intellect.
One of the most popular examples of the process by ancient athletes is the bronze sculpture known as “The Boxer”. The sculpture doesn’t only show a peen that’s secured within the foreskin. It also showcases the privates being tucked away.
Although this has not been proven, a lot of discussions about athletes tucking their weenies surface online. Other sports require men to wear a cup for protection. Some people assume that for their genitals to be extra protected, other athletes resort to having a tucked peen.
Like mentioned before, there are men who are quite gifted when it comes to their privates’ size. However, the gift is not always considered a blessing. Some tuck theirs to avoid embarrassment or being accused of perversion.
How to Tuck Properly and Safely
Now that you’re aware of tuck’s meaning and who does it, it’s time for you to have knowledge on how to tuck properly and safely. Please know that what will be listed here are the best-known practices of tucking. This is only a well-researched guide and not a medical article encompassing it. If you have sensitive skin or other health issues, please consult a physician first.
This method is usually done for a long period of time. Safety is of paramount importance.
However, please know that both methods shouldn’t be daunting. It should only be mildly uncomfortable. It shouldn’t cause major pain. You may not get it right the first time but with enough practice, you’re going to master the art of tucking.
Tuck Tape Method
The most popular way to tuckis the tape method. It’s widely used by a lot of individuals who are aiming for a seamless crotch look. If you’re planning to wear tight trousers, bikini, and other wardrobe-malfunction-prone (bulge-prone) types of clothing, this method is for you.
What You’ll Need
- Medical tape
- Tight undergarments
- Tucking gaff (for more protection and seamless look)
A tucking gaff, for those who don’t know, is a slice of fabric that flattens the tummy. This is often a DIYed project that’s made out of a cut pantyhose. If you don’t want to go through the hassle, you can simply order it online.
Should you choose instant gratification, you may also use a panty liner as a the gaff. You can buy pantyliners in convenient stores. However, this is not highly recommended as it could make your crotch look fat.
Tuck the Testes
The first thing that one must do to successfully have a flat-looking crotch area is to tuck the testes. This may be tricky at first because the testes may keep slipping back from the inguinal canals. It’s very important to do this slowly to avoid pain and discomfort. This is done easier with the help of two to three fingers guiding each testicle to its proper inguinal canal placement.
Once the testes are in place, it’s time to follow-up by pulling the peen and scrotum. If you have a big peen, it may reach to your b-hole but this is a natural occurrence and not something to worry about.
Protect with Tape
After having everything out of sight, it’s time to secure them with a tape. Only use medical tape and don’t use other kinds of tape. Duct tape and other tapes with strong adhesives may damage the skin. You can easily purchase medical tape from drugstores or online.
Furthermore, to avoid pain when you untuck, it’s best to shave before the process.
- Be sure that your skin is dry.
- Attach the tape on the peen from the crotch all the way back to your tail bone.
- Do the same for the inguinal canals.
- Secure the edges with tape as well.
- Once your tuck has been secured with tape, wear the tuck gaff and cover it with tight underwear.
Tuck Gaff Method
If you’re not planning to wear anything snug, you can get by through the tuck gaff method. This is good for people who are going to wear dresses or long tops. All you’ll need is a tucking gaff and underwear.
- Dry your skin.
- Tuck your peen.
- Secure your tuck with a tucking gaff.
- Cover with underwear.
Is Tucking Safe or Dangerous?
There is not enough evidence about the dangers of tucking. The risks associated with the little information available online are:
- skin infections
- urinary trauma
- and testicular complaints
Sterility is also a false claim as it cannot be caused by tucking alone. However, if you’re undergoing hormone replacement therapy, you have to speak with your medical provider.
Added to that, to avoid muscle and tissue damage, never tuck with force. Be gentle and give the process the ample time that it requires. Tucking is generally safe but it’s always best to consult a doctor most especially if you have medical issues.