The definition of a “Transsexual” is generally regarded as a person with the genetic characteristics of one sex (male or female) who psychologically, spiritually, and emotionally believe that they are really of the opposite sex. Most people tend to relate this to men more than women. That is, a biological man who lives his life as a woman.
Such women fall into the character of either “pre-op” or “post-op.” The “op” standing for the “operation” that surgically removes the penis. So, a woman who is “pre-op” still has her penis. If she is “post-op,” it means her penis has been removed. This article discusses “pre-op” women.
Many people have noted that these women, on average, have longer penises than the average male. This is almost impossible to believe, as these women take female hormones to express their femininity more. So, one would think that their penises would actually be smaller, due to the hormonal influence. In fact, these hormones actually result in various stages of erectile dysfunction and a penis pump is usually employed to help them achieve an erection.
So, how is that their penises are typically larger than average? Well, it has to do with a penis exercise that’s been around for as long as there have been men “hiding” their penises (in order to appear more like a woman, or to function better on the battlefield, or to be less restricted in sporting competitions). This technique is called, “Tucking” or “Fowering” and is thousands of years old. While it is used to primarily to “hide” the penis, the side effect is that it can definitely make your penis longer.
“Tucking” and “hiding” was nothing new to ancient civilizations, and it is possible that this ancient technique was actually employed to make a man’s penis longer. Ancient cultures from all over the world pierced their penile heads with rings. Some men did this to themselves, and other men had it done against their will (slaves for instance). Once the penis had a ring in its head, it could be pulled back, under the buttocks, and anchored by a piece or rope. This was not uncommon with soldiers (it kept the penis out of the way to do battle) or during other methods of high-physical activity.
Understanding how “tucking” works is one of the basic fundamentals of penis enlargement via exercising. Here’s how it is typically done: Simply lie on your back and gently push your testicles up and into the pelvic cavity. This gets the testicles out of the way. Then the flaccid penis is pulled back, under, and between the buttocks (if long enough). From here the penis can be taped in place or a “gaff” can be utilized. A gaff is simply a lower undergarment (like panties) that is much stronger and durable than regular panties. The penis is “tucked” into place and the panties are then pulled up around the pelvic region. Stronger “panties” like these will keep the penis from breaking free. Gaffs can be purchased or can easily be made.
Now, what happens when the penis is pulled back in this method? It stretches the penile ligaments that attach it to the body. When this is done for long periods of time, for hours each day, it inevitably makes the penis longer by simply stretching out these ligaments. It’s that simple.
This is why transsexuals typically have penises that are longer than average. They are invariably enlarging their penis size by “tucking” it away.
Who says natural penis enlargement doesn’t work?
I don’t recommend this form of enlargement, as I personally feel it is dangerous to the testicles. However, when a gaff is applied one can sit, bend forward, and do all sorts of exercises and positions to increase the stress on these ligaments. Of course, more stress equals more length, typically.
Before attempting anything like this, go over it with your health care professional and only under their guidance.
A. Pitrvosk and Georg von Neumann