Exploring Transmasculine Perspectives
Keep it hot, healthy & smart with this series of articles for transmasculine people, trans guys and people who have sex with trans guys.
Get answers to your questions about fertility, front hole health, PrEP and other sexual health topics with accurate, up-to-date information from clinical health care providers. And dig deep into thought-provoking topics related to intersectionality, creating safe spaces for trans people to hook up, and raising the visibility of the transmasculine experience from community leaders and activists.
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Host events for trans people
Here’s what we do to maintain safe, open, accepting and sex-positive spaces at Eros, a gay men's sex club in San Francisco.
5 Things to Know if You’re Going to Fuck a Trans Guy
Niko Kowell shares a few tips about condoms, being the top or bottom, and how to be respectful if you’re hooking up with a trans guy.
Bringing visibility to the transmasculine experience
Niko and Loren started a visibility campaign for trans men that has morphed over the years into events, sex parties and educational materials designed for the trans community.
Ready for gender-affirming surgery? Don’t leap before loving yourself.
Brandyn asserts that there’s no one right “path” for trans people to follow in gender-affirming care, and that self-awareness is the first step in making deliberate, informed choices about your care.
Trans fertility in conversation
There are many options for trans people interested in having a baby. Two reproductive health specialists answer questions that trans people may have about fertility, hormones and pregnancy.
Q&A: Gynecologic and vaginal care for trans men
Dr. Juno Obedin-Maliver shares advice on dryness, pelvic pain, infections and other vaginal and frontal genital opening health issues.
Why are trans men invisible in HIV prevention & care?
Shawn Demmons confronts the hard truth that trans men are overlooked in HIV prevention efforts—and explains how we can change this.
QTPOC at Strut
A weekly social, learning and wellness space made by and for Queer & Trans People of Color hosted at Strut every Thursday evening.