Our editorial photographer Roald Blunt did a whole shoot of Devin (Follow Devin on IG) in our #surgery issue. Most of course didn’t get put into the magazine so we are showcasing more from shoot right here for you! You can read Devin’s story about his top surgery in the latest issue right here!
Our latest issue is out and our cover boy Jack London took a lot of photos for our magazine that we couldnt put in it. Even some to show off his bottom surgery. Due to nudity we didnt feature in the magazine and they will be censored here. Click on the photos to see the uncensored. You have been warned! Click here to read the full magazine with Jack’s story inside.
Photos below are g rated from the shoot! Enjoy:
In honor of Black History Month, we have put together a great list of black trans men, that are rising stars you should know more about. Many list don’t include diversity and we wanted to dedicate this whole list to 11 amazing guys! Please check out their social media and show them love! The list ranking is in no particular order.
1. CHANCE LOMBARDI
Watch the sun rise on the terrace with sexy and talented actor Chance Lombardi by visiting his Instagram @iamchance_817. This heart throb hails from Southside Jamaica Queens, and he’s literally melting the snow behind him in this hot selfie.
2. LEE’RON HOLFETZ
We can’t wait for the incredibly dapper Lee’Ron Holfetz to release his first song. For now we’ll enjoy his photos, especially those showcasing his talents as a barber. You can find this tatted hottie on Facebook.
3. MESSYAH KYNG
A post-op trans men took the trans porn world by storm last year being the first post-op trans guy to be captured on film. Messyah Kyng is doing things his way and this year he has been nominated for Transgender Erotica Awards for FTM Best New Face happening in March. You can see Messyah in action on FTM.XXX.
Micah just released his music video “Sucka Free,” which you can watch on his website micahandre.com. It opens with this talented lyricist and MC arising shirtless from a bed, and leaving his hunky big spoon, cuddle buddy under the covers. Follow him on Instagram @micahraps!
5. MILES LONG
Miles Long a talented trans drag performer from Long Beach, CA. Which is also one of the kings featured in documentary called Making A King which was featured in our first issue of our magazine. You can follow him at @the_mileslong on Instagram.
6. D’JAMEL YOUNG
When D’Jamel Young isn’t acting or producing for the web series Eden’s Garden, this entrepreneur runs his own massage therapy business, hosts Transition Thursdays at Carol Lounge, and anticipates the launch of his trans mingle site, transl8tion.us, which is featured S1E4. You can follow D’Jamal on Instagram @boss_man_transl8tion.
One of the hottest black trans performers out on the scene. Rex has been seen on many queer porn sites and including James Darling’s FTM Fucker. Rex not only is a hot performer but an intelligent man who has set on sex worker panels to speak about sex work. This handsome man can be seen on FTMFucker.com.
SonKisst is rapper and singer hailing from Myrtle Beach. Right now he’s got 10 songs up on his reverbnation.com. He says Dreamer is his best track, but we recommend listening to the entire sexy/soulful/funky album to decide for yourself!
9. THESAGACITY KIDD
Thesagacity Kidd is a talented graphic and digital artist, as well as photographer. He creates stunning album covers, which you can check out on his Facebook.
10. WYATT GRAY
SAG-AFTRA actor and model Wyatt Gray has been featured on Buzzfeed, Transparent, and the web series Cop This, which he also directed. You can follow his Instagram @boiwyatt.
11. JADE PHILLIPS
A handsome and sexy trans adult film star that has been featured lately on BonusHoleBoys.com and other queer porn sites. He has shown that he has a lot of sex appeal and you can see him showing it all off in his scenes.
Let me start by saying I am a trans woman, and this is only my perspective from the outside looking in, as someone who works with and is friends with a lot of trans men. I honestly have no clue how long–and certainly not how many days–I have been on hormones. As a trans woman, I have never counted. In fact, I have never seen any other trans women count how long she has been on “E.” Most of the trans guys I know in real life do not count the days they have been on testosterone. My boyfriend is trans too, but the only time we talk about our shot is when laugh about how sometimes we each still manage to forget to do them. But when I started adding trans guys to my Facebook page, I really began to notice how many of them add videos, blog posts, or statuses discussing how long they have been on “T.”
At first, I kind of thought it was weird that none of the guys ever said how many months or years they were on T–only how many days–so the length of time tended to sound greater than it really was. The more I saw these types of status updates, the more I began to wonder why so many trans guys post how long they have been on hormones. Is it for self-gratification, or to boost one’s ego? Is it to validate who they are? Or, is it to compete with other trans men? Why don’t we see trans women documenting their transitions in similar ways? And, when does a trans person stop counting the days, and just start living as one’s authentic self of being a man? I really don’t know the answers to these questions, and every trans guy is different. I am only sharing my outsider perspective and opinion.
A few trans guys I’ve discussed this issue with say that at the beginning of their transition they were excited and counted the days, but after a year or so, most of them just started living their lives. I’ve also seen guys on social media post about shot days even three years later. Either way, I still love hearing how their testosterone shot made them feel different from the moment they first injected themselves. But for myself, I have taken hormones and never felt an instantaneous change. Maybe it’s because shots have never really phased me; the changes I notice from taking hormones are the long term ones, like softer skin or less body hair, as opposed to any immediate, psychosomatic benefits. What I mean is, I think what a lot of guys feel right after taking their shots is not a physical, but a mental, benefit of becoming the authentic self they were meant to be. I totally understand this excitement; I was excited early in my transition too. But what about those trans guys who don’t have a chance to be on hormones? They might see your counting and get jealous or upset with their own transition. Have you considered how what you post out of excitement might harm other men struggling with their own journeys?
So my main question to the trans guys out there is: when do you stop counting and just start focusing on living your life as men? When do you stop anticipating the next shot? When does it just become a normal thing in your life, like a person who has to take an insulin shot? Does the shot really make you a man? I don’t think it does. Yes, testosterone gives you the physical characteristics to appear like a man, but it doesn’t make you a man. You are a man within your soul. A shot does not make you more or less of a man. When is it time for you just to be you? You are a beautiful soul, and you are more than a shot, or a day on a calendar. Trans men are beautiful human beings, and the journey you guys go through is beautiful. The scars on your body are breathtaking because they tell me you went on a journey to become your authentic self. You worked hard to be that man, that beautiful man you are. I would love for you to just live your authentic self without a counter running on how many days you have been on testosterone, and to just be happy as the man you have always been. Be your true self because no number makes you more of a man, or less of a man.
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All these media outlets are obsessed with doing TOP list of trans guys and we always feel they never get it right or they always feature the same ole guys. Here at Transgentlemen’s Club, we wanted to feature 10 entertainers you may or may not know about. Here is our 10 favorite Hot Trans Guy Entertainers:
1. LUCKY JOHNSON- Sexy blonde Trans drag performer from Los Angeles.
2. KIPP SLINGER- Hot and inked trans porn guy from Seattle.
3. DICKY JOHNSON- Smoking hot Trans guy adult performer/producer from Philly.
4. TRAVIS FOXX- Sexy inked up Trans guy drag performer from Long Beach, CA.
5. SMITTY- Sexy Texas Trans guy drag performer from Houston.
6. Messyah Kyng- Hot inked adult performer from Florida.
7. Miles Long- Handsome trans drag performer from Long Beach, CA.
8. CYD ST. VINCENT- Sexy inked adult performer/producer from San Francisco, CA.
9. Havok Von Doom- Handsome trans drag performer from Los Angeles.
10. JOHNNY DEEP- Up and Coming sexy adult performer.
The very first issue of Transgentlemen’s Club magazine. An FTM sexuality and lifestyle magazine. In this issue get an in depth look into the rise of FTM porn from two of its biggest stars/producers DIcky Johnson and Cyd St. Vincent. Read personal stories of trans men transition in Mangina Monologues. See winter fashion spread from Ames Bexx. Get a personal look into the drag kings of LA as they launch a documentary. A sex toy review from Taylor J. Mace. MTF Spotlight on Her Story web-series.
Our creative editor Michelle Austin one of the biggest forces behind the FTM Porn movement has created a new web-series of videos where she sits down and talks to trans people about things.
In this part 1 of 3 video Michelle sits down with Johnny Deep and discusses sex with a trans man, trans body, issues, and so much more. Check it out.