There’s been some debate in the news recently over an incident where a trans-woman was seen wearing a rather tight skirt and sporting a fairly obvious bulge where most girls would not. I think there’s a whole debate that can be had around the subject of whether trans-women should feel obliged to disguise their true nature for others benefit, or whether they should be able to express themselves as a trans-person without fear of prejudice or abuse. Personally, I think this world would be a far better place if people learnt to live and let live, and simply accepted that not everyone is the same and that we live in a society made up of a veritable kaleidoscope of genders and sexuality. After all, there’s far more important things going on in this world than someone simply presenting themselves as being different to the so-called ‘norm’.
Putting that particular debate to one side for now (but probably not for very long), I’m sure there are a number of girls out there who are unfamiliar with the best way to tuck in order to offer a more convincingly feminine shape ‘down there’. For the benefit of those who would like to experiment with this, I’ve picked out some online articles that may be of help. I’m not in any way saying that you should learn to tuck more effectively, but it can certainly help with some of those more tight-fitting girly clothes. It can also be helpful for those that experience Gender Dysphoria as it’s surprising how a change in body image, even such a temporary one, can provide a certain level of psychological relief.
Wikihow article: https://www.wikihow.com/Tuck-and-Tape
There’s plenty more articles available online that can provide useful advice, but it’s important to find what suits you personally. It’s worth exercising some caution if you’ve never attempted these techniques before, especially when it comes to using tape and/or pushing the testes up into the inguinal canal, but when carried out sensibly you should not find it causes any undue harm.
I hope this proves useful to any of you unsure of how to approach a good ‘tuck’, as it were, and good luck with experimenting.
Love and hugs to all,