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:
Local libraries are doing a decent job of housing all types of publications for folks to peruse at their leisure but for an atmosphere of community I’d be hard pressed to find a better collection of literature than at my local LGBTQ community center. The Center here in Las Vegas has a specialized collection of literature for and by LGBTQI+ authors and a few days ago I found myself walking along the shelves looking for something to read.
Several covers later, one caught my eye because of its unusual title: Finding the Boyfriend Within—A Practical Guide for Tapping into Your Own Source of Love, Happiness, and Respect by Brad Gooch. Written in the late 1990s, the book served as an answer to gay cis men’s seemingly restless and unsatisfying search for the perfect boyfriend. Using the age-old advice that loving another requires loving oneself first, Gooch paints a detailed picture of what self-care looks like and how it thinks, as well as the tools to give you a better life of your own creation.
I can relate directly to this book, being gay myself, but his advice and perspective is universal. Just insert “girlfriend” or some other title in its place and you’ll see what I mean. Despite how hokey this title may seem to those who aren’t as in touch with their emotions, Finding the Boyfriend Within has plenty of insights that are worth reflecting on no matter who you are and whether you decide to use his many awareness exercises. Continue reading “You Are Not Who You Date: Self-Reliance and the Single Life” »
This Blog in particular is dedicated to us transguys. We are often the invisible, more silent, yet still harmed component of the transgender and gnc communities. When I heard about the death of Amos this past memorial day weekend, it got me thinking about the issues transmen face that aren’t often talked about. Everyone in the trans community faces much higher instances of discrimination in housing and work, we face stigmas that no one should ever have to face.
Transmen often blend into stealth lives and on with life we go. Homelessness is always to quick to rear its ugly head, which then puts us in unpredictable situations. I myself have struggled with being homeless more than once. Its not because I couldn’t get a job, I had one. I simply couldn’t work enough to live in a state that afforded me almost every protection and safety that could be offered to a trans identified individual. I had amazing health insurance, and protection from discrimination, and even the knowledge that I couldn’t be disrespected after I passed away and buried under my birth name in a dress thanks to Toni Atkins and the dignity after death bill she helped pass.
However, homelessness is one issue that isn’t being dealt with quick enough to stop transwomen and transmen from being sex workers to support themselves. No one should have to sell their body in order to have a roof over their head and eat, yet some do it everyday as a form of survival. Amos was homeless for reasons unknown to me, but what is known to me is that he struggled just as bad if not worse than all us us do, and being trans and homeless took his life. The disparity that regular society needs to recognize is prevalent now more than ever, and we are standing smack dab in the middle of our own civil rights movement, the right to exist.
How you doin? My name is Jionni and I hope you read a little about my story and who I am in the Mangina Monologues section of the magazine. I have dealt with many different issues regarding discrimination, divorced parents, physical and emotional abuse, death of parent, drug addiction, unhealthy and healthy relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, coming out as a lesbian, coming out as a transgender man, etc. There is pretty much nothing that I cannot relate to or understand. I am taking this opportunity to share my life experiences with you all by giving you the best advice I can and always keeping it real.
The Transmen Buzz Lounge, is an open platform for transmen in any stage of their transition to ask me (Jionni) questions anonymously or not about anything and everything.
Are you at the beginning of your transition and need advice on where to begin?
Are you getting top surgery and want to know what to expect post op?
Are you in a relationship and wondering if it could last through your transition?
This is a great opportunity for Transgentleman Readers and the Magazine itself to create an interactive experience to address and advise on real, authentic, everyday issues within our community. So please send use the contact form below to send me a question!
Ask me anything below!
For the month of February, we are celebrating the trans male country musician Jaimie Wilson. The son of a musician mother, Jaimie first started playing piano at the age of 4. When he was 16, he taught himself to play guitar in the matter of a few days, and began writing his own songs. Now at 20, Jaimie has played at venues around Ann Arbor, Michigan, as well as recorded his own album at Nickel City Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Here are six reasons we love this country boy!
1. He performs a sweet, tender, and a little bit twangy rendition of Sam Smith’s “Stay with Me” that will give you chills.
2. He uses his Instagram @tboy61915 to document how hormone therapy has affected his singing voice.
“The question I get asked a lot by family members and friends is “why would you transition? You were able to sing so much better before T” and here’s my response: sure before my transition I know I could hit any high note there was, but that’s not what music is about to me. Now I can write about anything I want and sing about anything I want! Music is my therapy and my escape from this crazy life…it’s the last place I should make myself be someone I’m not! I couldn’t be happier performing as the most authentic me there is 😊 even if I can’t hit the notes I use to be able to…I’m happier and more comfortable than EVER!” –@tboy61915
3. He gives back to the FTM community by giving away a binder and/or packer each month. Enter to win by following, shouting out, and tagging @tboy61915.
4. He utilizes the new social media platform YouNow to interact in real time with fans, answering questions, and performing songs. You can catch his next broadcast on tboy61915.
5. He keeps it real.
“STOP ASKING WHAT’S IN MY PANTS | Everyday I receive messages asking invasive questions about what’s between my legs….why people? Why do you care so much about MY genitals!? I understand that these questions are mostly coming from people outside the transgender community…so they are not educated about these types of things and are just curious…but that’s what Google is for! Me nor my fellow brothers and sisters should ever have to deal with these types of questions. It should be common sense NOT to ask a complete stranger what their private parts consist of. You don’t see me asking what you got goin on down there. ✖️Genitals do not define gender✖️ ..end of rant.” –@tboy61915
6. He’s dreamy.
Want to know more about the handsome and talented Jaimie Wilson? You can also like him on Facebook at Jaimie Wilson Music and visit his website jamiewilsonmusic.net. Be sure to watch him perform more covers and original songs on his Youtube channel Jaimie Wilson Music. You can (like us) buy his two singles Driving Me Crazy and I’ll Stay There on iTunes. Look out for our exclusive interview with this emerging trans artist in our April 1st issue!
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.