The good folks over at AdultCrossdresser.com, part of The Breastform Store, sent us over their newest creation the other day and wanted to know what we thought. It’s the “Selene” Smoothing Gaff Panty. A gaff that comes with a built in silicone vagina insert.

The “Selene” is a sheer panty gaff in a thong style with a removable silicone vagina insert to “help to create a smoother, more feminine front while hiding your genitals”. According to the manufacturer, it keeps everything in place while making you look and feel more feminine. It comes from the artists who also created the “Aphrodite” breast forms and “Venus” breast enhancers.

With the basics out of the way, let’s get on with it.

Unboxing the “Selene”

First thing out of the gate, the package IS discrete. Heck, I didn’t have any clue what it was and I knew it was coming. There are no outward clues as to what is in the box or who it is from. So you are definitely safe here. Now, I truly mean it when I say I had no clue what it was. I had been so busy at the office that I had completely forgotten about it. So imagine my confusion and surprise to open the box to find rose petals scattered around the box and on top of the wrapping paper. Somehow I just knew I was about to unwrap Gwyneth Paltrow’s head from Se7en. But I found my way to a box wrapped in red tissue and was delighted to see that the “Selene” had made its way to the office.

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Now, I knew exactly what was coming, but it still gave me pause when I opened up the box to see a vagina staring up at me to say “Yo!”. So if you’ve never ordered anything like this, prepare to feel a bit conflicted. It’s just a bit jarring to see autonomous body parts.

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The Run Down

Without question, the “Selene” is very well made. The material is high quality, the silicone sculpt is done very well- I had zero issue with quality of the quality. The mesh material is comfortable and fits well even on a slightly curvier girl, like myself. I also found it did a great job not trying to split me up the middle with the thong, which was a pleasant surprise.

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Beware that you want to be careful on sizing. I probably could have went down a size easily. I feel like I would have gotten a bit better support out of the “Selene” as a gaff alone was the fit a bit better for me. But, in all honesty, I am a little odd shaped. So meh. But for that reason, I couldn’t see wearing it without the silicone insert, because I just didn’t feel as comfortably flat. It did the job, but I don’t feel like that is how the “Selene” is supposed to work- it’s not meant to be a standalone gaff.

Putting it on for the first time took me aback, I slipped on the “Selene” and looked in the mirror and suddenly, I saw a vagina. Not my birth genitals. It was really kind of surreal. The dysmorphia was shocked into silence. And here might be the most powerful facet of this gaff. Not only does it smooth out your area, but it replaces the visual with what many transgender people would rather see. And I found myself staring at myself in the mirror. Thankfully I live alone so no awkward moments were to be had.

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As for wearing under clothes, it’s hit or miss. It really depends on what you are comfortable with and what you are wearing. See, the sculpt of the vagina features some fairly “full” labia. And so they do protrude a bit. So if you are wearing leggings or yoga pants that are pretty thin- you might find yourself with a bit of a camel toe. Which, I personally am not super comfortable with. But mileage varies.

Also, you will want to make sure you are pretty well tucked if you are wearing these under some kind of pants, shorts, or leggings. While there is a cavity in the back of the insert, if you aren’t tucked then the insert will protrude a bit giving you a kind of rounded crotch. Again though, this probably would have been less an issue if I went down a size.

One final note, remember- you are wearing a piece of silicone over your genitals. And, well, that can get hot. So that makes this not an ideal solution for all-day wear, especially in the summer.

Overall

I really like the “Selene”, I think it’s a very high quality product from a respected and trusted company. There are lots of pluses to be had here in that the construction is really well-done, it’s comfortable, and a great tool against dysphoria. There are negatives like long term wear of the silicone piece, not being the strongest gaff, camel toe potential; but I feel like those are points you mitigate. They don’t actually take away from the positives when you are using it correctly.

This is a “night out” gaff, or a sexy time undergarment, something to give you a boost and make you feel amazing. That’s why the negatives don’t really matter here, they don’t apply if you use it as it’s intended.

The “Selene” is listed at $149.99 but is currently on sale at $129.99 on their website. Take a look and you can also check out all of their other products for crossdressers and the transgender community.