[Header Image Description: A bathroom mirror selfie of me, a light skinned aboriginal nonbinary person, wearing black high waisted shorts and a striped blue and green crop top. The bulge from my NYTC Pierre packer is visible.]
Packing falls in and out of favour with me. When I was younger and more masculine, all I wanted to do was to see a bulge in my jeans. I would stuff four socks down my pants every time my parents weren’t home and peacock around the house. Luckily, I didn’t buy a packer when I was 14, because I would have ended up with some 8 inch monstrosity. (With packing, less is more: very few soft penises are 8 inches long, so if you buy a large packer, you’ll end up looking at best a little silly, and at worst like you have a hard on.) Now, I pack on special occasions, and it’s sort of like putting on a bow tie – I enjoy it because it makes me feel confident and fancy, but it doesn’t suit my everyday style or gender. Packers are Fancy Gender, and usually I’m Lazy Gender. Even so, packing is important to me, and it serves a purpose in affirming my gender. I think it’s important to make informed decisions in all things gender and sexuality related, so here a few reviews of my packing gear.
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