While it’s a distinct offering from its predecessor Hung Jury, Below the Belt continues the important dialogue about gender identity and genitals, providing trans men and our friends and loved ones with deep insight into this aspect of our journeys to manhood.
Hung Jury is the first book ever published of personal essays focusing exclusively on FTM transsexual genital surgeries. Stories document the ups and downs, sexual and psychological aspects, and the overall life-changing nature of SRS.
Part II of TransGuys.com’s Packer Showdown takes an in-depth look at two different FTM packers: the Sailor Soft Pack from Good Vibrations and the Pack-Man from Come As You Are.
TransGuys.com is offering a special giveaway in conjunction with our recently published review of the book, Below the Belt. You’re invited to enter to win one of two book box sets from Transgress Press!Read More
This review of scientific studies sets the record straight on minimizing post-injection pain from IM injections.Read More
The latest information and resources to help trans guys stay on top of cervical health are all rolled into this one-stop primer.Read More
DHT is recommended by some SRS surgeons to encourage genital growth in transgender men. What is DHT? Learn more in this groundbreaking article that spawned a whole new approach to FTM genital optimization.Read More
Each year, the trans conference circuit is packed with high quality events and 2016 is no exception. Which conferences will you be attending?Read More
“There are few souls who walk this earth who are willing to risk everything to stand up for what is right and help others. Matt was one of those people.”Read More
BBC Newsbeat follows two transgender friends on a life changing journey to one of the most transphobic countries in the world. Steffan and Romario, both now living in the UK, travel back to Jamaica to reveal their new identities to their families.
Ever wondered what it’s like to transition in different countries around the world? Or, have you longed to see more videos on YouTube from trans vloggers who live in the same country as you? Check out Transition Through The World.
To highlight transgender visibility at 2014’s Tel Aviv Pride, Israeli trans man Daniel Brosh produced a lip-sync music video starring trans men.