This Public Service Announcement show how absurd it would be if this law passed- The bill would require people to use public restrooms, dressing rooms or locker rooms associated with the sex listed on their birth certificate or face six months in jail.
WOW-already vol. 3 in the Sexing The Transman series. Who would have guessed that this would be so popular. Thanks everyone for helping to grow the genre. Wait till you see the hot studs in this one.
JUST RELEASED FEB 2013-Volume 3 of this groundbreaking, award winning series brings you more studs and couples! Bleu and Je-Queer transman and cis/bio girlfriend, Rex-HOT transman of color, Rude Bwoy and Lola-Trans couple of color, Dickey-Gender fluid and Buck and Sean Steele-cis/bio gay stud. Amazing sexy soundtrack by Stuart Warwick and great cutting room floor extras!
I really enjoyed shooting Rex. His scene in the film is super sexy and he is just a really down to earth guy. WOOF!
This is HOT Rex from the new Sexing The Transman XXX Volume 3 coming out really soon.
This year the Tranny Awards has added a transman category! This is so amazing and shows the growth of this genre.
Buck Angel Entertainment is a proud sponsor for this event. Please support the event this year so that we can continue to produce lots of hot transmen porn.
Sexing The Transman XXX Vol. 2 is on sale for $20.13 to celebrate! For one week only so get it while you can! Thanks for the support.
WOW WOW! Sexing The Transman XXX 2 has just received 3 AVN nominations. This is groundbreaking. They have recognized FTM porn. Celebrate.
To thank everyone we have put this film on sale for $20.13 for limited time.
Sexing The Transman XXX Vol. 2 Nominated for a 2013 XBIZ award for Specialty Release of the Year!
Honored by the Huffington Post as a LGBT History Month Icon of the Day can make people upset because of my work in the adult entertainment industry. But I think it shows how the mainstream is starting to except people like myself who view sex as a positive thing. How it can help make people happy and love themselves. Thanks Huffington Post for helping to break down those barriers! WOOF!!
ART: Molly Crabapple
It has come to my attention that some people who have read my interview in Salon.com about my new dating site BuckAngelDating are misinterpreting the meaning of something I said.
I want to appologize for any misunderstanding this may have caused, and I want to clarify what I meant when I said this:
I’m a huge advocate for disclosure, because I believe a lot of people get themselves in bad situations because they do not disclose. For example, trans women who might hook up with a cis-gendered guy and then he goes home with her and finds out she has a penis and flips out and beats her up or kills her. That’s horrible, and I really believe by not disclosing it’s very disrespectful to the other person because they might not be into it and it makes them feel very freaked out about themselves. Disclosure is huge for me, and how do you do that in a bar situation? You’re right, it’s very strange. For me, how I always did it was if I knew it was going to turn into a sexual situation, immediately, immediately, I would say, “I need to let you know about this situation.” But the dating site puts it right out there: I’m a man with a vagina!
What I am saying here is I do believe that disclosure (and honesty in general when it comes to going home with someone) is important. Disclosing that you are trans before heading home with someone can help to avoid getting into a bad situation, and you also show pride in being a trans person. I referred to trans women in my example because I am well aware of such violence happening and it is a horrible thing that I believe is avoidable.
I was in NO WAY saying that anyone deserves to be beaten or killed because of a failure to disclose!
Disclosing is a very personal choice; I know this and respect it. I was not assuming that we all decide to make that choice. But when we do, we expose more people to trans folks, which ultimately does lead to greater awareness, and ultimately acceptance in society.
Please accept my apology for this comment coming across in a way I did not intend. This can happen sometimes when you do a verbal interview due to the way it gets transcribed.
I am most certainly not trans-misogynist.