Any mentors with a trans focus?

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Any mentors with a trans focus?

MarcusMarcusMarcus MarcusMarcusMarcus
I'm new to the site and have been exploring a bit. The Mentor Program seems really exciting but I'm not sure how to choose a mentor. It's not that I don't have any interests similar to the mentors but I'm worried that some will find my reviewing unorthodox.

That is because I will be looking at products as a female-bodied male. So basically, I would still want to review things like cock rings but would have a very different take on them than someone "born male" would. Does that make sense? As such, my reviews would probably be from a fairly different standpoint than most other male reviewers.

Basically, I'm not requiring someone to have vast knowledge of transgender people to be my mentor. I just want to know that my style of reviewing will work and that the mentor will work with me on it.
01/20/2013
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Sammi Sammi
Welcome to the community!

If you've signed up for the mentor program, you'll be able to click on the Mentor list - this will show you who's available and also tell you a bit about each mentor's areas of expertise. You can message any that you're interested in before you become their student and ask if them, as that will help you get a better fit for a mentor.

If you have any questions, just ask!
01/20/2013
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I haven't personally seen any mentors that have that type of experience, but here's how it should work; all mentors are going to expect you to include the necessary information. This includes the design of the toy, what material it's made from, the safety features, how to care for it, etc. The person doing the review is responsible for including how they were best able to use the product and what their own personal experience has been.

As long as you find a mentor that's OPEN to your experience of the product, you're going to be totally fine! A mentor just makes sure you include the facts in a way that's easy to read and follow. No mentor is going to tell you that your alternative uses aren't okay for your reviews! Does that make sense?

If you have any other questions or need any help, I'm here!
01/21/2013
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