The course teaches males aged 13-24 how to hide their genitalia, but advises against using duct tape.
The idea is so that boys who identify as females can feel more comfortable in themselves and their clothing.
- Trimming/shaving generally helps with tucking.
- Use a sharp razor and shaving cream or soap to avoid irritation.
- Duct tape is not recommended because it can tear hair, skin and cause rashes or irritation.
- However, if you do use duct tape, remember to shave (although not right before, as that can cause irritation) so that the tape does not pull hair. Soak in a warm bath before removal to make the tape less sticky.
- It’s not possible to urinate while taped, so use the bathroom before you tape.
- Don’t forget to drink water, but try to make time to relieve yourself before and after.
- Remaining taped for longer than 4–8 hours causes irritation, discomfort, and possible pain while urinating. Try not to tuck 24/7.
- Take breaks if you can.