Drag Queens

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    ok....
    I'm too afraid to research this online, but:

    How do the professional drag queens tuck down and conceal the "ham and eggs"? :eek:

    ... if you know what I mean.
     
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    Sits next to Tardis to watch the fun.
     
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    Over the summer I worked in a show with a guy and his side job was as a drag queen. He said that it depends on the costume he is wearing. Sometimes its almost like a tight banana hamock tucked and tied back
     
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    Some don't need to, or don't bother - depending on the bulge or wardrobe. The rest use super-tight undergarments that push the goods under. For example: Drag-Queen: Genital Hiding Gaff Doesn't sound too comfortable? It's not.
     
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    Have you worn one, boymonkey?

    See, I've been asked on multiple occasions to try going drag and I'm a lil afraid, mainly for that reason. But if it's something that's not too bad, whatever.
    Hopefully someone on this site does drag.
     
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    What's amusing is most, if not all, of the drag queens/ pre-op trannies I have known have been ridiculously hung. I've witnessed many panty-bunches and hiked up skirts to see many showers rather than growers.
    I'm not sure why that is.

    One, who was a big, girthy shower, said she tied something around the head and tied the other end to a g-string and just loaded up with tape over it.
    Maybe there's some kind of trannie secret knot, reminiscent of there Boy Scout's Lariat Loop.

    There is always the V-string ...but I guess its expensive.

    In any case, I have great respect for the drag queen 7 hour dressing ritual and the amount of pain they must endure thereon.
     
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    I have to agree with unique_exposure. All the drag queens I know and have know pack at least 7 inches and more frequently much more. I've always wondered what kind of cosmic joke it was that hooked up men with a proclivity for cross dressing on stage with having large tools.

    Ahh, on of life's sweet mysteries, I supppose. :smile:
     
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    So I presume it's more uncomfortable than painful?
     
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