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Cross-dressing A Good Place To Start?

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Serena Dreams

Thank you so much, Vicky!  I appreciate your experience.

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I find that by wearing my spandex padded undies (without the pads except if I want a little bit of a bigger booty) and a pair of regular panties over the spandex to ensure that everything stays in place I have no problems with passing down there. If I am wearing a dress or skirt I usually don't even wear the padded panties. It all depends on how tight the dress is though.



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So, I am back after venturing into the world of taping and thought I would share my experience in case it helps someone.


After reading several articles on taping I found a method that the Japanese use and decided to give it a try, with modifications because some of the things they did looked to be painful and I wanted a method that would not be so.  First, I got some KT Pro tape which I learned about from article I read.  The next thing I did was cut a piece of an ACE bandage (which had no adhesive) of about 5-6 inches. Next, I wrapped the ACE bandage section around my penis then used a couple of pieces of tape to hold it in place.  Next, I took the KT Pro tape section, sliced it in two except for about two inches at one end.  I placed the KT Pro tape on the ACE bandage, got my penis in place then used the two split sections of the KT Pro tape to secure my penis in place.  Finally, I slipped my gaff and control panties on and it felt wonderful.  I love the firmness of control.  I can still pee.  And it is comfortable when I walk around.  Best of all, it does not hurt. 

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