In my story, mythical humanoids secretly live amongst humanity in modern day, but not all of them are created equal when it comes to blending in with the human race. While individual humans do know about them, any secrecy leak that alerts wider society is punished with death by the memory-wiping creatures responsible for maintaining the secret.
Vampires and werewolves have it pretty easy, while elves maybe have to use weird hats or hairstyles to hide their ears. Others have to come up with very convoluted excuses for the ways they need to dress, or have to be fully covered. And then there are some, like arachne, that are so blatantly non-human there's just nothing they can do but not be seen.
In that context, I've been thinking a bit about hooved creatures, like satyrs and minotaurs. Specifically how they might be able to conceal their legs. The hooves you could maybe hand-wave with special shoes, but... due to having hooves, they also as a result have what appear to be double-jointed legs:
Put pants on those things, and it isn't going to matter. Anyone even slightly paying attention would know legs don't bend like that.
Now, of course, they could pretend to be wheelchair-bound and maybe have a cloth cover over their legs so nobody sees them, but... my gut is telling me there might be a more clever option than that.
What would be the least awkward/conspicuous way for someone with ungulate legs to conceal that fact in public?