The lady asked to be called a bee, the original purpose was to find the right underwear for herself.
But considering this idea, she realized that this product would benefit thousands of transgender women.
Now she is expanding her goals and hopes to find a designer and manufacturer.
Like many other transgender women, the bee decided not to undergo gender affirmative surgery and has been wearing women’s clothing – including underwear – for ten years.
However, she found that for off-the-shelf underwear, “collapse” her genitals is not always feasible or comfortable.
Many transsexual women rely on folds to help them wear the clothes they need and feel the gender affirmation as much as possible. If done properly, wrinkles are safe, but sometimes they feel uncomfortable and cause skin infections and urinary tract infections.
That’s why Bee calls for a need to focus on a new type of underwear specifically for transgender women.