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&>What is a darb part!?<&
These small soft sculptures began as a project to design fully functional packers that would better represent my imagined, farcical & whimsical non-binary genitalia than packer products that exist for trans men. I call them Darb parts because I am a darb... but you are whatever you know yourself to be. so tell me about it ¯\_(ツ)_/¯and let's make your part
I never used a phallic packer. That flaccid "nude" shape never did much for me. In my endless restless experimenting I had started stuffing all kinds of things in my jock. For a while I used a clown nose, which was a joy to whip out for the timely punch line, or when I really wanted people to leave me alone biking home late at night. Soon my packing ambitions outgrew this gag (the nose I was using started breaking) and I moved on to packing with parts from old puppets that I had lying around. Soon after a local art gallery had an open call for visual work dealing with queer representations. The spark ignited. Instead of using parts of old puppets I could make foam and fabric sculptures for the express purpose! I entered several designs and was fortunate to show three of the original Darb Parts as wearable art objects. This work was very well received. It got me thinking, I surely wasn't the only gender rebel who could benefit from this project. So here I am, working to bring this concept to others who may be struggling with similar dysphoria to what I have experienced as a transmasculine non-binary person. I have some designs ready to go, but I am most interested in taking commissions and holding consultations with interested Non-binary and GNC bad-asses to inquire, discover and realize what your parts are like.
&>What is UnderGarm!?<&
You know, the things we wear under our clothes to keep everything comfortable, dry, and in place. On the top I needed something that would go under my binder or over my tape to help with smoothing and compression and minimizing chaffing at the seams. On the bottom I needed a garment that would keep my junk nicely shaped, in place, compress my hips a bit, while allowing room for my growing junk and effectively reducing odor & containing fluids. That a lot of demands to put on underwear... hence the funny new word... My Leak-resistant Jock & Binder Liner are the design solutions I've come up with. I wear them every day and I love how stylish, and free they make me feel.