Last year I made my first visit to Provincetown. I went with a friend of mine for what turned out to be a wonderful trip. It was just long enough to get a feel for the fabled gay vacation spot and experience some of what P-town has to offer. Continue reading
Coming out so late in life, for me, was not just about sexuality. It was about discovering all aspects of the gay world. One of those discovery events happened this week.
For a while now, the subject of Trans men has fascinated me. I discovered the photographs of Loren Cameron online, a trans man and photographer who has published a number of photography books about trans men. Cameron’s nude photographs of himself from about 1999 are incredibly sexy and I began to fantasize about what it would be like to have sex with a trans man. Continue reading
“It seems we always were isolated and made to feel that there was something wrong about us in some deep, intrinsic way that we should have been able to just change because we were told to conform.” – From: Becoming a Visible Man by Jameson Green. Continue reading
I am reading a fascinating book called Becoming a Visible Man by Jamison Green. The book is about female to male transgender men and it is a wonderful book. In it Green quotes another man experience awakening to who he is, and it is very similar to what gay men go through who come out later in life. Continue reading
I found this wonderful YouTube video with Janet Mock where she ‘flips the script’ on Fusion’s Alicia Menendez. She asks Alicia what it is like to be a cisgender woman. For those of you new to the term cisgender, or cis for short, it is a term used to describe a gender identity where the individuals experiences of their gender matches the sex they were assigned at birth. Simply put, a straight persons gender identity matches the gender they were assigned at birth. Continue reading