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How to Display Male Body Language for FTM Transgender Male

People are very good at reading body language. They can tell whether you are confident in yourself or if you are tense and nervous just by looking at you. Additionally, male and female body language has some distinct differences in style. As a result, it is important to know what kind of body language is attractive as an  FTM...

Embracing the Journey from Female to Male

Gender is a societal construct. It enables people to assign a particular set of characteristics and attributes to a person based on their biological makeup. Many people think gender is biological. But it is simply not. There are people who are born as female biologically but they identify with the male gender. They begin to experience gender...

For Trans Men Struggling With Their Identity

For Trans Men, it may be difficult at first to understand what exactly is happening. You are in the middle of an identity crisis and you don’t know where to turn to or what to do. Some days are okay but other days you’d rather be anything but alive. Don’t worry you are not alone. Many transgender people struggle with their identity...

Laith Ashley — Transgender Male Model is Rising Star

He Born to Dominican parents, New York local, Laith Ashley propelled his career with a monumental campaign for Barneys New York, shot by Bruce Weber. Making his introduction as one of the primary trans male models to ever show up in a national campaign, was just the start. A graduate of Fairfield...

Packing Tips for FTM Transgender Men

As an FTM transgender guy, how you feel is equally as important as how you look. Therefore, it is important not only to project a male image but also to feel comfortable in your own skin. One of the places that FTM transgender men have a problem when it comes to feeling like a man is in their nether regions. Given that they have...

Surviving in The Society Transgender MTF

Transgender MtF (male to female) refers to a person who was AMAB—assigned the gender “male” at birth. This is mainly because they have a male body. However, they identify as female and want to be referred to as "she" because they realized while growing up that they were females, and is transitioning to life as a woman. This is...

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