The transgender movement has progressed quickly over the last decade or so. So much so that the community is reaching out to an exceedingly younger crowd, constantly. From the ‘transgender book reading’ right to selling prosthetic sex organs for kids.
Using the guise of ‘safety’ Transkids.biz, a site made to sell these prosthetic and somewhat functional organs, claims “a safe and affirming place where helping your kids live fully and embodied is our only goal.”.
Each prosthetic and piece of clothing is casually described as if it were a blouse in an old department store catalogue. For example, the “Tuck Buddies Underwear,” which is meant for biological girls who identify as boys, is described as follows:
“These clever unders have an extra panel in the front to help your kiddo have a smooth front. With a modern “boyshort” look, Tuck Buddies can help your girl feel more confident and comfortable!”
The “Masho Packer” prosthetic penis “is a much requested [piece] from Japan that we are able to offer in limited quantities. This smallish prosthetic is angled downward for a more realistic and less ‘outstanding’ package. While designed for adults, this is one of the smaller packers on the market.”
The “Mini” and the “Teeny Tiny” seem to be the smallest prosthetic penises offered by the website, and are described as follows:
“While most trans boys don’t start packing until they are teens or older, sometimes young kids want to have a prosthetic and what is on the market is really just too big for most folks under 10 years old. So our friends who make our Silicone Packers came up with a mini version for young and/or smaller kids. Now these may look “too” tiny to some, but we think these are pretty accurate in their overall size. That said, they are a scaled down version of a larger Packer, so the proportion is not what you might see attached to an AMAB kid.”
AMAB is an acronym for “assigned male at birth.”
A “stand to pee” prosthetic penis, which comes in circumcised or uncircumcised, is “designed especially for younger folks,” and is “discreet enough that [it] can be worn all day under clothes.”