Tucking, or hiding the genitals to create a flat front, is a common practice among drag queens. It can take some time and practice to master the art of tucking, but with the right techniques and tools, it's a skill that anyone can learn.
Here are a few tips for tucking as a drag queen:
Use a gaff: A gaff is a garment that covers the genitals and creates a smooth, flat front. Gaffs are specifically designed for tucking, and are usually made of stretchy, comfortable material.
Secure your gaff with tape: Once you have your gaff in place, use medical or gaffer's tape to secure it in place. This will help to keep everything in place and prevent any unwanted slips or accidents.
Use padding or shapewear: In addition to a gaff, you can also use padding or shapewear to create a more feminine silhouette. Padding can be placed in the hips, butt, and chest to create curves, and shapewear can be worn to smooth out any bumps or bulges.
Practice and adjust as needed: Tucking takes practice, so don't be discouraged if it doesn't come easily at first. Experiment with different techniques and tools, and adjust as needed until you find a method that works for you.
By following these tips, you can learn how to tuck and create a smooth, feminine silhouette as a drag queen.