Not content to simply allow children to be, well, children, a hardcore sex toy manufacturer has introduced "TransKids," a website and shop designed to provide burgeoning transgender children with the "supplies" they need to experiment with the opposite gender.
As Mindy Robinson reports, TransKids is designed to serve parents of children as young as two or three years of age, and sells everything from prosthetic penises — circumcised and uncircumcised — to special "tucking trunks" to help kids who don't identify with their birth gender more accurately portray themselves as the opposite.
Of course, at age two or three, you probably don't identify with any gender, but "progressive" parents must be appeased.
The products themselves are actually smaller versions of items made for older transitioning individuals who want to look "authentic" to their chosen gender. But TransKids says they're looking to solve the "problem" of finding fake penises for kids who aren't looking to go "full size." The anatomically correct models run around $50.
Since these fake members won't hold themselves in place, the site also offers a variety of "packing" options, including pouches and special underwear that will hold your child's false genitalia in place. If your child is worried their new physique doesn't operate quite like the other boys', the site also offers a special funnel she can use to pee in a urinal.
If your child is anatomically male but wants to transition to female, the site also has you covered, quite literally. TransKids offers several underwear options, based on designs used by drag queens, to help your young transgender son "tuck" his penis between his legs. It's much cheaper to transition from male to female, apparently; those "trunks" will only run you around $15.
If these "supplies" look suspiciously like sex toys, you're not far off the mark. TransKids is run by a gender non-binary individual named Searah (who also has a "gender non-binary" child!), who also runs a site that provides "high quality gender expression" gear to adults. In her spare time, Searah also runs a hardcore sex toy shop that sells more "functional" items, and "erotic delights" for individuals across the gender "spectrum."
Both TransKids and Searah's other websites use the same hand models.