Expert Tips for Wearing a FTM Packer
Choose the right size of FTM packer
When it comes to packing, I find that using a smaller packer provides me with a greater sense of comfort and ease, as opposed to using a larger one that can be more noticeable and conspicuous. Some individuals may prefer to use a larger packer, such as our UL21, in order to draw attention to their package and avoid being misgendered. However, if discretion is a priority, a smaller packer like the basic-5 may be a better option.
Using a specialized packing harness to keeping your packer in place
During the course of your day, you may notice your packer moving around slightly. Rest assured, this is a common experience for many individuals, including cis-gender males, due to the natural movement of the phallus. However, if you're looking for ways to keep your packer in place, there are several options available. One such option is the Multi-color Packer Harness, which is a versatile and convenient solution for those who want to pack every day without having to own multiple pairs of packer underwear.
Certain individuals prefer to wear a basic jockstrap, such as the Jockmail, under their foundation garments for added comfort. In terms of foundation garments, we offer boxers with zippered compartments as well as briefs featuring distinctive pouches that include a foam insert, providing the appearance of a bulge without the need for a phallus.
Packing position is important
When it comes to deciding where to place your packer, it's important to consider how visible you want the bulge to be. While some individuals prefer to keep their packer discreet and only visible to themselves, others enjoy drawing attention to it and making it noticeable to others.
Packing up:Trans individuals may choose to position their penises in various ways for comfort and realistic appearance. One method is to let the penis rest against the hip flexors, known as "packing up." However, this may limit the visibility of the genital area. For those using STP (stand-to-pee) packers, packing up may be necessary to achieve a more realistic look.
Packing Down :Another approach is "packing down," where the packer is positioned above the scrotal area, creating a noticeable bulge while remaining comfortable for daily wear.
In essence, it's about personal preference. When you're first learning how to wear a packer, it's a process of trial and error. Experiment with different methods and try out new things to find what works best for you. There's no one-size-fits-all solution, but tips and tricks can guide you in the right direction. Remember, being true to yourself is key. Embrace your individuality and know that you're amazing just the way you are.