Hide that Bulge while Bicycling

Discussion in 'Road Cycling' started by Taylor, Oct 10, 2004.

  1. Taylor

    Taylor Guest

    Hide that Bulge

    Did you just put on that gorgeous knit skirt but now there's a lump in front
    that shatters the image? Have you tried shoving it here and there but always
    feel like you just got kicked? Girl, you need to "tuck" ;-)

    There are devices out there that you can use to hide the bulge. The most
    popular is the gaff. However, I have never heard anyone actually recommend
    the gaff to anyone. They are very uncomfortable. The gaff can best be
    described kind of like a bikini bottom except it's extremely tight. The
    straps tend to dig in and make nasty creases. Also since your smashing
    everything against your belly it's unlikely you'll be able to wear it very
    long unless your a masochist.

    Okay, you still want that smooth silhouette but without the pain. Enter "the
    Tuck." This simple technique allows you to walk, sit, dance and even urinate
    without undoing everything or suffering needlessly. And you get a nice
    smooth front.

    First you must shave. Some girls I talk to about this use scissors to trim
    the hair but I don't like using scissors there. Other girls use a razor but
    the last time I tried that I ended up looking like I tried SRS on myself.
    Personally I like to use one of the hair removers designed for the bikini
    area. Just be careful where you put it.

    Next you will need some sport tape. You can try this without tape also, it
    should still work fine. You will have to wear control panties or pantyhose
    to hold everything in place. I don't tape unless I plan on being tucked for
    a long time or I'm wearing something that hugs my curves. If your not going
    to tape, pull whatever you'll be wearing up over your knees, following the
    rest of the instructions here. After everything is in place pull your
    panties (or whatever) up and they should hold you in place. Some girls use
    micropore surgical tape. You want a tape that doesn't leave a gooey mess of
    glue when you take it off or one that will rip the skin. Right now I'm using
    3M Cloth First Aid Tape. You should get tape that's between ½" and 1" wide.
    Cut a strip 5" to 6" long and set it aside.

    This part is a little difficult to explain. First we have to get rid of the
    testicles. Pull the skin around the "T's" tight. They will move up towards
    the base of the shaft. Now you should be able to push the "T's" up into your
    groin. Joanne Roberts says some people can't do this because there's a set
    of muscles there that need to be stretched. I've also been told that a
    hernia operation can make this impossible. Some girls "T's" will move up
    there all by themselves in the cold. All I can say is try, but don't hurt

    Okay, pull the loose skin up over the penis on either side and tape it there
    with the strip of tape you have. You should wrap the tape around the sheath
    of skin you pull up and it must be as close to the base as possible. Some of
    you may require a second wrap of tape to keep the T's up in their new home.

    Now just pull the penis between your legs and pull your panties up. Some
    girls like to secure the penis with another piece of tape so it doesn't
    shift around or pop out. Cindy Ames likes to use a panty liner both to
    smooth the area more and to absorb any "leaks." I tried this and it's kind
    of cool using a feminine pad.

    Eventually you may want to take all this off. If you just remove the tape
    everything will fall back into place within a minute or two. If not, gently
    press on the lower belly and they should pop right out.

    The nice thing about this is you can still go to the bathroom, even if you
    decide to tape the shaft in place. Many of us tuck even when not dressed so
    you know it can't be uncomfortable. If you are actively trying to have
    children at the time I read a medical report that said you shouldn't tuck or
    wear tight panties for 24 hours before having sex. Something about proper
    sperm production requiring temperatures below 90° or something. I don't know
    how true that is. By the way, it IS possible to have sex while tucked too as
    long as you don't tape the shaft in place.

    All those annoying disclaimers apply here. This is supplied for
    informational purposes only and contains information based on personal
    experiences and hearsay. Any use of this information is at your own risk.

    I'd like to thank Cindy Ames for sending me her experiences with tucking and
    Krystle and the other girls for telling me how they do it.

    Source: "The Tuck" by Jennifer.


    Donna's Note: Danskin (maker of dancing/exercise wear) offers a dancer's
    belt and it is like a tight brief and allows you to tuck the penis between
    your legs and smoothes the testicles. A panty girddle will do the same
    thing. As I got older I simply avoided tight skirts. At 40 and over it makes
    more sense to dress with flowing skirts that are comfortable. I still tuck
    and use a panty shield (Kotex Lightdays extra coverage) but do not have to
    worry about the buldge! On really hot days, I tend to hang about in boxers
    that are so loose you can't even make out my bulge and a lacy tank. In the
    near future, I might get a femme version of boxer shorts.

    How about you?

    Are you still in the tight dress mode?

    Do you have a problem with tucking?

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