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Buck Angel: Bucking The System (Episode 7)

It's time for another episode in Buck Angel's series sharing his perspective on gender and sexuality, with the accompaniment of a sign language interpreter.

In this week's show, Buck talks about Intolerance and the effect that his work has on society. .

Buck answers questions from readers every week.  If you have any questions that you would like to hear Buck talk about, please email show@buckangel.com.

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The invisible female to male crossdressers and crossdreamers

The myth of the non-existent female to male crossdreamer or crossdresser is crumbling. It turns out that women can be gender confused as well, without being homosexual or even transsexual.

Gender stereotypes have it that only men can be perverts. For some peculiar reason men are the ones who most wholeheartedly promote this standpoint. Many male to female crossdressers, for instance, seem resigned to "the fact" that they are nothing but "fetishist" and that the women they worship never are. They believe it is their male testosterone driven urges that drives them to them dressing up as women. They have no "inner woman".
 
Many sexologists and most evolutionary psychologists seem to agree. Ray Blanchard, who has looked at men who get turned on by imagining themselves as women, consider these woman-loving "autogynephiliacs" a completely different category from the "homosexual transsexuals" (i.e. M2F man-loving transwomen).
 
The "autogynephiliacs"  (who I call crossdreamers)  are suffering from a male typcal paraphilia, according to Blanchard, and a can in no way be considered feminine. As for female to male transsexuals, they are all "homosexuals". There are no female to male "paraphiliacs".
 
I must say that I have found this very strange. Why should the variety of nature bring us male to female  "autogynephiliacs" and crossdressers,  but no female to male "autoandrophiliacs"?
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Buck Angel's BodyBuilding Food: Oatmeal

First in a series of Body Building videos for my new website buckangelbodybuilding.com.  In this video I talk about the importance of good food and pre-workout eating.  I show you one of my favorite workout foods.

Breakfast Protein Oatmeal.

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3 Kings Publications - Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSION - New Deadline April 30th!

Hello Everyone,

We have received some wonderful work for the African American Anthology and we'd say we are a bit more than half way with receiving the number of pieces we need. Please finish your piece and get it in and continue to help spread the word.

See the description below.

(We are pulling together a team for the Latin & Native American Book which you'll hear more about shortly.)

Peace,

Zion, Fresh! & Sile

3 Kings are three Brown-skinned/Black – male identified trans persons who seek to give voice and page to the array of persons of color* who may have been born female and now live all or a significant portion of their lives as TransMen, FtM, Boi, Daddy, Tranny, Tranny Fag, Butch, G3 (gee cued –gender gifted guy,) ’masculine/masculinized’ women (butches, studs, aggressives, ballers, playas….,) Drag Kings, male illusionists, Transgenders, Transsexuals, gender-queers, stealth, boys like us and the likes**.

When considering works written over the past 25 years, there are a plethora of books addressing the ‘social construction of masculinity.’ About 90 books deal specifically with TransGender identities. To my knowledge only four of the 90, specifically offer more than an obligatory glimpse of what is repeatedly understood as the ‘illusive FtM of color.’ Where are the voices, opinions, insight of all the black, brown, red and yellow ’masculine/masculinized’ women, FTMs and others?

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Buck Angel: Bucking The System (Episode 6)

Welcome to another edition of my new series sharing perspective on gender and sexuality, with the accompaniment of a sign language interpreter.  Each week, I discuss a topic on sex, gender & identity from topics sent to me by viewers like you.  If you have a question that you would like to see answered, please email show@buckangel.com.

In show #5, I talk about body image and the importance of a healthy self-image.

Please visit www.buckangelentertainment.com for more info.

 

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Buck Angel: Bucking The System (Episode 5)

Welcome to another edition of my new series sharing perspective on gender and sexuality, with the accompaniment of a sign language interpreter.  Each week, I discuss a topic on sex, gender & identity from topics sent to me by viewers like you.  If you have a question that you would like to see answered, please email show@buckangel.com.

In show #5, I talk about the difference between gender and sexuality and how I identifies myself. 

Please visit www.buckangelentertainment.com for more info.

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A First Timer's Guide to Playing with Trans Guys

eros: the center for safe sex published this.  I found it over at Trannywood Pictures recently and think so much of it that I am posting it here in its entirety.  It's a written for participants in public sex gatherings, but really it applies to anyone.  You can download the .pdf original here.  They also have a guide to safe sex here

By Niko Kowell

So, why a first timer's guide to playing with trans guys?

In San Francisco, and many other places around the world, more and more transguys are coming out as gay men.  Since transguys are now a much bigger part of the gay male community, we thought it was time to sketch out a bit more of a road map.  We developed this guide in a gay safer-sex club setting that is trans-inclusive in its employment, policy and environment.  In an effort to make the guide accurate and comprehensive, it was developed by transmasculine people and reviewed by those in the gay community, both trans and non-trans.

Diversity

Transmasculine folks come in all different packages.  We are incredibly diverse.  We are femme, butch, faggy, masculine, straight and queer.  We all fuck differently; some of us are tops, others bottoms or switches.  It's important to note that you can't always tell transmasculine folks apart from non-trans men just by looking.  Don't assume that someone is or isn't trans or non-trans.  Sleeping with a transguy is different but only because everyone is different.  It still requires communication about sex and boundaries.  Our hope here is to give you some insight on some of the specific concerns of the transmasculine community.  Please be aware that because we are all different, so are our concerns.  When in doubt ask, but do it respectfully.

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Buck Angel: Bucking the System (Episode 4)

It's time for another episode in Buck Angel's new series sharing his perspective on gender and sexuality, with the accompaniment of a sign language interpreter.

IN this week's show, Buck talks about Gender Identity and what it means to be a man or a woman.

Buck answers questions from readers every week.  If you have any questions that you would like to hear Buck talk about, please email show@buckangel.com.

Please visit www.buckangelentertainment.com for more info. 

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Buck Angel: Bucking the System (Episode 3)

Buck Angel's new series sharing his perspective on gender and sexuality, with the accompaniment of a sign language interpreter.

Show #3 Buck talks about disclosure and coming out. 

Buck is will answer questions every week on this show.  We will be posting the show here on SexGenderBody.com.  So, if you have questions for Buck about his career or life story, please send them to show@buckangel.com

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