Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Got Boobs, Need Buns

Goddess blessed me with womanly breasts. Since puberty, I could fill a bra – a femulator’s dream come true. On the other hand, I have no rear end to speak of – a femulator’s nightmare.

Over the years, as I tried to perfect my femulation, I thought about doing something about my caboose, but was turned off by an acquaintance who overdid it. I did not want to look ridiculous like she did, so I went without.

On yet another hand, years later I met a lady who had a great figure – not over-the-top like my earlier acquaintance. Her figure was just right and very convincing. That got me thinking about revisiting my rear end (or lack thereof).

I wear a girdle, so I sampled a few that had built-in padding to enhance the derriere. But I rejected them – although they added to my back end, they were lacking in the girdle department losing my narrower waist and wider hips in the process. So I was back to square one.

Perusing the Rago website one day, I noticed that they sold a panty with rear end padding. Known as Rago model 915, I thought that I could wear the 915 over my Rago girdle and have it all – narrower waist, wider hips and bigger buns!

I ordered a Rago 915 and as soon as I got it, I wore it over my girdle and it did the trick! I was very happy and have been wearing the girdle and padded panty combo ever since. 

The only thing that the 915 lacks is the “split crotch” that my Rago girdle includes. That is not a big problem because the panty slips on and off easily when it is time to pee.

And so I go. 

And by the way, the folks at Rago are aware of girls like us who favor their shapewear and as a result, Rago is now offering a 15% sitewide discount to Femulate fans and readers. Just use the stana15 discount code when you shop at the Rago website. How cool is that!

Source: Tory Burch
Wearing Tory Burch

Perfectly attired femulator out and about
Perfectly attired femulator out and about


  1. AnonymousJune 07, 2023

    The problem with padded shapewear is the difference in male and female anatomy. Females legs are longer than male legs relative to height. My wife is five inches shorter than me yet our waists are the same elevation and we wear the same inseam pants.
    So padded shapewear puts my hips and booty inordinately lower than a normal woman.
    To correct that flaw I buy the shapewear, remove the pads, and insert them under a pair of pantyhose. Place them in the hose where a woman's natural curves would occur on your body.
    Problem solved and you will look much more proportional.
    For gals like Stana, who have disproportionate long legs as a boi, as the happy outlier she is, this hack does not apply.
    Happy Dressing,
    Angel Amore

    1. This is so true about the legs to body ratio. For me I have a longer torso than a typical woman so I usually wear everything high waisted just to get the proportions right.

  2. Hi Stana, Thank you for sharing your tips about how you look your best! Do you mind if I ask which model number of Rago girdle you pair with the padded panties? Thank you for all you do. I love checking your blog - you are a treasure.

    1. Rago "Extra Firm Zippered High Waist Long Leg Shaper" Model # 6210

  3. AnonymousJune 07, 2023

    I like the “ Perfectly attired femulator “ ; Pretty Lady .

  4. AnonymousJune 07, 2023

    For many of us in a "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" marriage the thought of an extensive wardrobe being discovered is a horror story. It was bad enough trying to explain a bra ("Why would a man wear a bra when he has nothing to pack into it!" she said), but to explain a butt enhancer is just too much to contemplate. I am primarily an in-home dresser. To get around the lack of a really defined hour glass shape (42-38-40) my dresses (no pants!) are sheaths, empire waists and wraps. A free flowing dress is also less restrictive and more comfortable than jamming the male equipment out of sight.

  5. I would posit that the lower shaping is far more important than the upper when it comes to creating a convincing silhouette. Sadly, I have yet to see a commercially available “one and done” solution that is both convenient and believable. As such, my own method is somewhat cobbled together.