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mini

hello

 

i just wondered how to correctly tuck as when i look at the good advice maybe i am just don't know how to , when i read that the lingual canal that release the testicles is where your suppose to push them , but I think i might be doing it wrong as when i try to push them up it feels that they just go under the skin and don't really stay in place. i am average or a little less than average but either way when i tuck it doesn't really stay in place especially when trying to walk or go to bathroom. I have to admit this is only been the first week  since i found this site that is comforting and welcoming . Is it normal when one seems to be in the canal that it hurts and how do i really know if i am doing it correctly.

 

once i learn the correct way and how to keep it in place then i can think of body hair and maybe nails .

 

sorry for the long post

thanks for being so supportive

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VickySGV
Just now, mini said:

i try to push them up it feels that they just go under the skin and don't really stay in place.

 

It is while they are up there and your other skin (penis and scrotum) are pulled toward your rear end, that you pull a real tight latex panties over all of it to do the holding in place.  The panties will be tight, but that's how you do it.  Reach from your behind to your front and pull your penis and scrotum from that direction rather than pushing them from the front.

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tracy_j

In time it becomes easier. They will tend to slip into place easily, more so in cooler weather, but gravity enables them to slide out again. It appears there is natural temperature regulation which does make things trickier in warmer weather. The action is to slip into place with little pressure. There may be some discomfort at first but you shouldn't get any great pain.

 

Tracy

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Maid In Bedlam

I remember tucking. It was a bit hit and miss as far as i can relate to it. Takes a lot of practise. But keep at it and you will get there.

 

 

One bit of advise i can give you. Once you have got it in place DO NOT use Duct tape.  Tight pants all the way. Even a bit of surgicasl tape. made for attachment to skin. But for the love of god really. Nothing else.

 

As a last ditch solution just wear a longer top or a dress or something. Anything you do not need to push them in.

 

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TammyAnne

Mine (testicles) tend to tuck and untuck themselves easily according to their own whim. More than once I have awakened to find them "gone" only to have them re-emerge. Mine are large relative to most people, so if mine will go, anyone's can.

If you feel around (gently, gently) you can find the canals with a finger tip. Coaxing your testicles into there just takes a little practice.

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mini

hello

 

i appreciate the advice as i was having a terrible time tucking and staying in place especially walking they were always slipping out or never in proper place.  I will be taking the tips and trying them out in the morning . I was afraid to try tape as hair would be pulled out.

I will be trying the pull from behind and panty method as well as other great advice. 

 

I do have one other question and that is going to gym as i am not allowed to use the other gym so how do i get used to being comfortable in those situations.

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mini

thank all of you  for the splendid advice

 

 

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lauraincolumbia
5 hours ago, mini said:

 

I do have one other question and that is going to gym as i am not allowed to use the other gym so how do i get used to being comfortable in those situations.

I dont understand your question.  Personally, I don't use a gym to avoid any of those situations.

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Maid In Bedlam

With Laura.

 

Questiion's:

 

Why can you not use the other gym? Who would say or has said you are not allowed and why?

 

Why do you feel uncomfortable?

 

To give you a definative answer or at least some advise we need to be made aware of the circumstances regarding the gym. and your circumstances regarding the reason you need to tuck to go to said gym.

 

 

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mini

Hello

 

i guess maybe just got too many things wanted to do and speed things along .

there was two separate questions .

one was on tucking correctly

gym etiquette since not out yet or wearing ladies dresses or pants yet in public.

 

i have not really come out to anyone other than here and as i said earlier things are progressing sometimes slow sometimes faster.

i should say most people know i am gay but not trans anyway back to the question .

 

 I guess I just needed to know what gym etiquette is , however i believe one of members already answered that as maybe for now just to dress at home then gym.

 

As to the reason i am not allowed to use the opposites biological gym as i stated earlier i am not out and have not submitted anything to the current school . Since i just started the journey and exploring  and really have not  gone shopping  or cross dressing for lack of better term.

 

lots of questions i guess i  just need to slow down and take  on one thing at a time. I guess i should just focus on tucking correctly and being comfortable sitting and walking with things nice and tidy out of the way and not worry about anything else for now.

 

i do appreciate all of the members advice on here and i guess trying to speed things up when i am not ready might actually work against me in the long run.

 

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Shows how I tuck, fairly simple for me, one testicle at a time and invert my penis then wear tight panties I can usually stay tucked unless i move around too much.

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