Genital tucking is a practice employed by some transgender women and gender nonconforming individuals to minimize or hide the contour bulge of their genitals, creating a flatter and more feminine appearance. For many people, tucking is immensely helpful in relieving gender dysphoria and allowing them to wear clothing that affirms their gender. Others use genital tucking in order to wear drag and perform in drag shows. Every method of tucking involves two basic steps. First, the testicles are gently pushed up into the inguinal canal.
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Tucking is a technique whereby an individual hides the crotch bulge of the penis and testicles so that they are not conspicuous through clothing. The practice is most commonly employed by transgender women in order to pass as cisgender female , as well as cisgender men that do drag. There are fertility-related side-effects to tucking, such as a reduced sperm count. One method of tucking involves pulling the penis backwards in between the legs while simultaneously pushing the testicles up into the inguinal canal.
Handle your body parts gently, take steps to prevent irritations and infection, and use medical tape instead of duct tape. Since taping regularly can cause skin irritation, you may want to try out alternatives, such as tight-fitting underwear, shapewear, or specialty garments. Safety precaution: Prolonged tucking increases the risk of complications.