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How to Cope with an Identity Crisis as a Trans Man

Identity crisis is more common in transgender people than we think. When a trans man comes to grips with his new identity and starts the process of transitioning, it can be a tough road ahead. He might feel vulnerable, confused, exposed and even scared. It’s like embracing a whole new world. You know for sure that it’s your world but still,...

Beautiful Transgender Brides

Committing the entirety of your life to a partner is something many people strive for, regardless of gender and orientation. While some might call it an outdated tradition, or criticize the patriarchal background that the custom carries, at the end of the day, marriage can also be a powerful step for a relationship. For...

HRT — Hormone Replacement Therapy

Hormone Replacement Therapy: All you need to know about Hormone Replacement Therapy. In our last videos, we covered how to start an MTF transition, and as we promised, in this video we will explain to you what is Hormone Therapy and what are the necessary requirements to undergo such a...

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...

Relationship Between Transgender People

Relationship partners of transgender-identified individuals have distinctive couple-related experiences that are important to understanding. The “Organizational Diversity” field concentrates studies on the experiences of groups that are different from the archetypal male, white, heterosexual, cisgender, able-bodied and western worker....

There Is No Such Thing as Not Trans Enough

One of the things that I see happening a lot within the trans community is a lot of people who are unable or unwilling to see themselves as “trans enough.” This can range from denying their own gender or claiming that they're not “trans enough” to qualify as trans. Those who believe themselves to not be adequately trans may fall under a...

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