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More Bang for Your Buck: Reviving the Vadge—A Public Cervix Announcement

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A celebrated transgender pioneer in the adult entertainment industry, Buck Angel has broken barriers, pushed boundaries, and made people think deeply about things that might otherwise have never otherwise occurred to them. So if you’re ready to have your mind expanded, horizons broadened—and get the most bang for your Buck—read on!


Oh, Buck. I heart you! You sharing your vagina issues is so fantastic. Your openness and honesty is inspiring. I just saw this answer you posted on your QA forum here on SexIs and it touched me deeply:

"I am married to a wonderful woman who is my soul mate. Many people want to ask me this question which I usually find very personal and has nothing to do with my work but sometimes I think it helps people to get a sense of me as just a regular guy.
My partner is female and many people don't understand that because they think I am gay. My porn life and personal life are two totally different things, If my wife would have been a man I would have married him too. It has nothing to do with her gender and everything to do with the person she is. Without her I would not be sitting here. She has been very instrumental in my career. She has been supportive from day one and pushes me to achieve more everyday. My life is wonderful and like I said in the other question it's all about my family! without them I am nothing."

I wish everyone had supportive and loving family! Love is the most important thing in this world.


I agree with The Beautiful Kind's comment.
This was such a great article too!

Lily Strange  

Yes, absolutely! There needs to be acknowledgment in the medical community of the special needs of trans folk. The medical community, for all the advances in technology, is still somewhat ass-backwards even in dealing with the needs of women. The nature of heart disease in women as opposed to the nature of it in men has just recently started coming to public attention, for instance. Which it strikes me might be something a trans man has to think about. Since you were born female, as you age, will potential heart disease be more likely to follow female or male patterns? It would be an interesting thing to ask a doctor. Hopefully you never have to deal with that, of course. But for the trans community at large, it would be a positive thing for the medical community to address.
Much love always.


I'm 56 and post-menopausal, and my doctor recommended that I use estrogen cream for vaginal dryness on the same day that I first mentioned to her that I was thinking of starting testosterone. It was a disorienting conversation, however I would like to keep my cunt happy and in working order as I adore penetration! What natural cream are you using? The idea of using estrogen cream kind of freaks me out too.


Interviews with Buck Angel

  • Who is Buck Angel? So far, we’ve heard transman, adult film-maker, educator, speaker, and advocate – let’s learn more about Buck’s life and his experiences. What has the journey been like for the first FTM transsexual porn star? Buck calls himself “The Man With A Pussy” – how do people react to him being so forthright?

    When Buck Angel first started doing adult films and photo shoots, he had no idea where it might take him. In the beginning, Buck was surprised by how many people seemed to feel threatened by him. But as time went on, he saw just how much he affected and inspired people; whether with sexuality, gender, self-acceptance, or just everyday life. Buck was the first FTM to be signed to a major adult film studio before he started his own entertainment company; he has since been nominated for, and has won many, awards including both AVN and XBiz Transsexual Performer of the Year and the Feminist Porn Awards over the last few years. Buck is currently working on his first feature documentary about sexuality and transmen, which is a whole new field for him. He has been reaching out to transmen and their partners internationally. We have to wonder, what are some of the challenges he’s personally faced as a man who continues to make big changes worldwide about how people see gender? Buck spoke at Sex Week at Yale University this year. He was also recently immortalized with a golden life-sized sculpture by artist Marc Quinn, which was shown in NYC at the Armory show, and is now opening in London in May, and will continue to show around the world. He travels quite a bit; he just got back from Amsterdam last week and is off to Finland next week. Buck told us that his mission is to help make the world a better place and to teach tolerance and love – we’re happy to have him here and are looking forward to learning more!

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