Adventures in Packing, Or, Product Review: Mr. Limpy

I’ve wanted a packing cock for a while now. I love gender fuckery in all its forms, and have always loved the thought of wearing my very feminine clothing with a cock packed underneath it. So, when gave me the chance to review a Mr. Limpy, I was psyched.

Adventures in Packing: Day 1

Mr. Limpy came in the mail and I eagerly opened the package (pun intended). I had opted for the small Mr. Limpy, because the extra small looked really tiny, and if I’m gonna have a dick, I didn’t want a micropenis! The small is a manageable size, and I’m happy with my choice. I can’t imagine anyone wanting the medium or large; they really would be way too large to pack with comfortable, I would think.

The material is very squishy and stretchy, and feels much like the Fleshlight material (probably because Fleshlight produces Mr. Limpy!). If you pull on the penis, it stretches quite easily. It’s a light pink color that, even next to my Caucasian skin, doesn’t look like a fleshtone. It’s very pink. I fondled Mr. Limpy for a while, but didn’t actually stuff my pants with him that day.

Adventures in Packing: Day 2

I wanted to wear Mr. Limpy around the house for a while before going out with him, so I could get used to the feeling of having a bulge between my legs. I put on a pair of boyshorts and stuffed Mr. Limpy down the front. The flat back of the balls sat flush against my mons, and the limp penis hung just to the bottom of the balls. Perfect. Walking around with him in felt weird, but awesome, and just having the cock in my underwear made me a little tingly and excited.

I noticed quickly that Mr. Limpy warmed up to my body temperature, and it was warm against my skin. Nice. I removed him from my pants and noticed something else: I’d trimmed my pubic hair earlier in the day, and Mr. Limpy had picked up every stray piece of hair that had been left on me. Things stick to this thing like crazy. I went to put Mr. Limpy back into the plastic bag that he had come in, and I found myself wishing that it had come with a better storage method for the soft pack.

Adventures in Packing: Day 3

It was time to go out with my packing cock. I really wanted to be able to wear it under a dress or a skirt, strictly because the thought of lifting up someone’s skirt to feel their bulge makes me really hot. I decided that I wasn’t ready for a full day/night of packing yet, so I opted to put Mr. Limpy in for my run to the sub shop. I wore a tutu that adequately covered my bulge.

Now you see it:

Now you don’t!

I chose the tutu because it adequately covered my bulge, and is uber feminine. I walked out of the house and was insanely aware of the cock in my pants and kind of worried that it would fall out, even though I knew it wouldn’t. I walked into the sub shop and a girl complimented my skirt! I loved knowing what was under it. After being in the shop for a few minutes, I promptly forgot all about the cock in my pants, and when sitting down, I couldn’t feel it at all.

All in all, my first packing experience was a success. I plan to pack on more occasions, too! It’s like having a “dirty” little secret! And I really liked Mr. Limpy as a starting packer, too. I would love to invest in a more realistic one, but for the price and the purpose that I wanted him to serve, Mr. Limpy was perfect. Thank you, for sending him my way, and if you’d like to buy one for yourself, has them in several sizes!

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  1. VanillaKinksNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 12:11 am | Permalink

    Thank you for this post. I’ve always known what “packing” was, but had no idea what kind of toy you used our how you did it (just stuff it in your undies?? Wear a harness??)

    • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
      Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:19 am | Permalink

      They do make packing socks or packing pouches. If I was to start packing more regularly, I’d probably get one.

  2. JesperNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 4:36 am | Permalink

    How limp is it? Can it be used as a very soft dildo?

    • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
      Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:20 am | Permalink

      No, it couldn’t. If you’re looking for something to pack and play with, this isn’t it.

  3. twgNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 9:35 am | Permalink

    This guy I knew in college, his nickname was Limpy. It had to do partially with his last name, but it always weirded me out — he’d gotten it in high school so he could have thrown off the reigns of that nickname in college if he’d wanted to :)

    That said, I like this Mr. Limpy. Nice.

  4. Sophie DelanceyNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 9:53 am | Permalink

    I really loved this review. As another often hyper-feminine dresser with an interest in gender fuckery, this idea is right up my alley. Plus, your tutu and boy shorts are sheer adorability!

  5. ElodieNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 11:08 am | Permalink

    That’s an adorable tutu. I laughed when you mentioned fearing the cock would fall out — that would be an interesting thing to have to explain to people.

  6. MissyNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 11:53 am | Permalink

    I just got the one I ordered too! I got the X-Small though :)

  7. alanaNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

    There’s something about this that makes me kind of uncomfortable. I’m not exactly sure why, but in some regards it seems kind of offensive to people who are genuinely trans. Does that make any sense? I know that would never be your aim or intention, but something about this just seems wrong to me. I know I’m being clumsy with my thoughts, but I’m trying to make sense of what I think. Maybe I’m just over thinking it.

    • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
      Posted June 17, 2010 at 3:43 pm | Permalink

      By saying that only transmen should be allowed to pack, you reinforce the gender binary that one must have a male or female gender identity. What about genderqueer people? Many of them pack but don’t identify as trans or male. There’s so much more to gender than just male or female; it’s a spectrum. So why *can’t* a femme pack a cock? By implying that people with female gender identities shouldn’t pack, you reinforce the binary.

      Furthermore, by that logic, lesbians shouldn’t be allowed to strap-on a cock and fuck their girlfriend, because they identify as female. What’s the difference between strapping on a “hard” cock and packing a soft one, when it comes to what gender they represent?

      • alanaNo Gravatar
        Posted June 17, 2010 at 4:57 pm | Permalink

        First of all, I don’t agree that your logic (that you claim is mine but I disagree with that claim) applies to lesbians using strap-ons. To say there is no difference between a strap-on and a packing cock is disingenuous IMO. They are two different things. Yes, they have obvious similarities but both do not represent the same thing, in regards to gender, to all people. In some situations they will, but not in all by default (which is what you are saying). Some people will consider the strap-on as a sex toy and others as part of their body/identity. What you’re saying (that I’m saying) is also contingent on the idea that when lesbians use a strap on they are trying to imitate heterosexuality which I do not agree with.

        Second, I also don’t agree that I am reinforcing the gender binary by thinking it might be wrong for someone who is perfectly comfortable with their gender to appropriate something that is also used by people who are trans. Maybe I’m wrong in my perception of what a packing cock represents, but to just throw that at me seems to be an attempt to minimize the conversation without genuinely thinking about what my concerns may have been. For me, wearing a packing cock would be more akin to playing dress up then being part of my identity and/or gender expression and my concern is that that may not be appropriate (since it is possible I may be using my cis-privilege to basically turn an already marginalized person’s way of expressing their gender into a toy). That is what I was trying to express (which I don’t think is so wrong).

        After reading this post I do feel somewhat differently though, since the author make a good point about cock-centricty. In the end I still think it is better to question our behavior in regards to our cis-gender privilege then to just assume any gender expression we want to co-opt is perfectly fine. My problem is that I wasn’t differentiating between the way a transmen would use a packing cock and the way you are using it. It can be both a toy and a way of expressing one’s gender which I wasn’t considering when I left my comment.

        • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
          Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:09 pm | Permalink

          First of all, my response wasn’t left in a defensive way or to attack you, so I’m sorry if you felt that way.

          I also don’t agree that I am reinforcing the gender binary by thinking it might be wrong for someone who is perfectly comfortable with their gender to appropriate something that is also used by people who are trans.

          “Perfectly comfortable” with my gender is a bold assumption to make. While I’m not trans or GQ, lately I’ve been exploring other parts of my gender that are not female. I’ve taken to wearing strap ons, which I never wanted to do. I wear male clothing on occasion, sometimes just male clothing, sometimes in combination with my feminine clothing. While I’m predominantly female in my gender identity, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t other aspects to it as well.

          I wasn’t trying to not take your concerns into consideration; you didn’t really voice any specific concerns for me to consider beyond that it kind of made you uncomfortable and might disrespect trans people. I don’t think I’m appropriating or mocking anyone’s gender identity by exploring my own.

          • alanaNo Gravatar
            Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

            “I don’t think I’m appropriating or mocking anyone’s gender identity by exploring my own.” I want you to know upfront that I would never say this. Ever. You have as much right to do what makes you feel happy and comfortable in you own skin as anyone else and I hope I didn’t imply that you don’t. The only reason I made the assumption that you were comfortable with your gender (which I obviously shouldn’t have done) is because you have said, or at least given that impression, on your blog. You may disagree with that since you know what you’ve written and feel far better then I do, but as an avid reader for quite a while now that’s at least the impression I had (which obviously doesn’t make it true).

            Also, you’re right that I didn’t specify what my concerns were (since I wasn’t even sure what they were but the best way I can explain my initial reaction is when non-Native Americans wear traditional war bonnets – though I no longer feel this way). It was just the assumption that my discomfort came from trying to reinforce the gender binary that rubbed me the wrong way since I knew my concerns came from thinking about my own cis-privilege (which you couldn’t have possibly known obviously) that rubbed me the wrong way.

            And yes I did feel your response was defensive, but I could have just been overly-sensitive. Tone is a bitch to figure out on the internet so sorry if I was bitchy back.

            • alanaNo Gravatar
              Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:20 pm | Permalink

              Oh and ignore the fact I wrote “rubbed me the wrong way” twice. lol

            • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
              Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:23 pm | Permalink

              Trust me, I’m highly aware of the fact that I *do* have cisprivilege, and would never disrespect someone else’s gender identity, and definitely not intentionally. I think it’s awesome that you’re considering your cisprivilege, because even the most progressive of us often forget that that kind of privilege exists, too. We so often hear/think about white privilege, male privilege, etc, but cisprivilege is often forgotten.

  8. KyleNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 4:49 pm | Permalink

    I am a daily packer and these packies are very good. I finally replaced my original one after a year of constant use. A couple of things to note:

    Cornstarch: clean and dry your packy with something non-linty if you can, then drop it in a bag with a small amount of cornstarch. I use plastic bags, because I have tons of them, but paper would be fine. Roll your Mr. around for a little bit, then pull it out and get most of the starch off. You can use a second bag, or dab it with a dry cloth. Now your packy will be silky smooth and dry and not nearly as sticky. They do pick up stray hairs, threads and just about anything with ease, and if you’re a regular packer like me, you’ll want to bathe them regularly.

    Using sexually: well, the bulge is nice to feel for the packer, Brit, you noticed that right away. It’s also nice to feel up, fondle, squeeze and rub against, as my girlfriend Roxy can attest. It can’t be used for penetration, but it can be sucked on.. something to consider and also a reason to keep it clean.

    On non trans persons using packing cocks: Brit, you’re dead on in your reply. Alana, I’m glad it gets you thinking, because that’s a good thing. The trans guys I know don’t have an issue with people of various gender identities using packers of various kinds, any more than using dildos is an issue. I’m genderqueer, I identify as having male and female identities. Packing is one way I have of expressing my male side in a recognizable way. I think any person who has an issue with Brit or anyone else packing, is taking a narrow, traditional view of gender — whether they’re trans or otherwise. There are plenty of conservative people of all kinds and they can all stand to have their viewpoints widened to take in the wonderful diversity of gender expression and identity that exists in the world.

    Brit, I’m glad you enjoy your packer. Keep us up to date on your adventures with it.

    • Britni TheVadgeWigNo Gravatar
      Posted June 17, 2010 at 4:54 pm | Permalink

      Thanks! You know, I thought about cornstarch, because I know it’s made from Fleshlight material and you need to use cornstarch to keep those in shape, so it makes sense.

      And the guy I’m going out with tonight is totally down for me to pack under a dress so he can reach down and grab my cock. Awesome hetero cisguys, FTW.

      • KyleNo Gravatar
        Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

        Oh, then you come back and tell me how it feels.. cuz I love being groped like that ;-)

    • alanaNo Gravatar
      Posted June 17, 2010 at 5:06 pm | Permalink

      When I was looking into this I totally stumbled upon your blog about the way you were treated at the airport (which was horrible). I just love that.

      Also, thanks for understanding that I was only thinking out loud instead of making assumptions about my intent. I recognize that I am definitely not a person of authority on this, but I don’t think there is anything wrong with questioning things.

  9. SkyddsDrakeNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 6:09 pm | Permalink

    I’ll say right out that I’ve never heard of packing. Next, I’ll thank you for the introduction. I’m vastly intrigued with the idea. I’m genderqueer. Although clothing and outer presentation have always varied back and forth for me between masculine and feminine styles, I’ve always struggled with exploring my more masculine traits. I’ve been toying with the idea of a strap on, something I think my partner would be open to… Packing, on the other hand, I think would be something I could explore myself more personally. Thank you for your post. ^.^

  10. SkyddsDrakeNo Gravatar
    Posted June 17, 2010 at 6:11 pm | Permalink

    PS – I second your hoorah for for hetero cisguys. I’m quite fond of mine. :)

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