Art of Transliness
Art of Transliness was started by two best friends, Zak and Adrian, who wanted to provide a resource for their fellow transmen. The attempt has been to create a magazine-like blog providing information on male fashion, skin care, presenting (“passing”), social issues surrounding transition, as well as sex and relationships. While we hope to cater to our followers to a certain extent, this is our original and primary purpose of this blog.
We accept and affirm the identities of genderqueer and gender variant people, and that of non-masculine identifying transmen and FTMs, although the articles we produce may not always be applicable to them. This is just a fun project we started together and it will largely reflect our interests. Having said that, it mostly contains information for young adult, American, straight guys on the transmasculine end of the spectrum. We strive to provide diversity but recognize that we cannot always do so because it is impossible to represent everyone.
Hudsons FTM Resource Guide
This Guide is intended to provide information on topics of interest to female-to-male (FTM, F2M) trans men, and their friends and loved ones. Non-trans men have also found the pages on men’s grooming and clothing to be helpful. Transsexual, non-transsexual, intersex, transgender, genderqueer, questioning, and “just plain folks” are all welcome.
The Self Made Men
The Self Made Men is a tool used to serve the transgender male community. On one end, we educate and promote awareness of our existence, needs and normalcy to individuals and groups in both the GLBT and Allied communities. Mirrored to this cause, our biggest concerns lie with the support and mentoring of other transgender people as a resource to transitioning and dealing with everyday life.
Owned and operated by Jason Robert Ballard of Rochester, NY The Self Made Men started as an assignment for a graphic design II class. He was to design a logo and brand identity for a clothing company and chose to do one for the transgender male community. (For extra credit he also designed one for transwomen called Miss Labeled). Since then The Self Made Men has been taken to trans panels at colleges all around Rochester, including RIT, U of R, Nazareth, MCC and Brockport. Working closely with the Gay Alliance of Genesse Valley we’ve been working to promote transgender equality through cisgender education. Sometimes all it takes is one person to put a face to a cause and take the mystery out of something as normal as transition. In the future, The Self Made Men will be producing educational material for families, coworkers, and healthcare providers and designing transgender pride merchandise.
TransGuys.com’s editorial mission is to empower transgender men with practical knowledge. TransGuys’ “in the trenches” info sharing is developed exclusively for trans men, not mainstream media or a general LGBQ / cis gender audience. This intensive focus has helped make TransGuys.com one of the top online destinations for the FTM transsexual community.
Comprehensive, Educational, Support Based, Personal Websites. Dedicated to enhancing the lives of Transmen. Provides information to transmen, Their Significant Others, Family, Allies & Friends
Queer B.O.I.S. (QueerBOIS) is an Atlanta-based blog dedicated to providing visibility and empowering masculine, masculine of center, butch, gender-queer women and transmen in the LGBT community in fashion, business health and lifestyle from around the world.
QB debuted on November 2, 2011 and is the brain child of the two womn who wanted to shed light on a community of people whose lived experiences comprise a myriad of people contributing a great deal of beauty, love, life and brilliance to the world. There were no such spaces for this type of access, mention, scheme and forthcoming ideals so the two co-founders, McKenzie and Taliba McKenzie decided it was time.
Trans Health Online Magazine
An online magazine of health and fitness for transsexual and transgender people. Has interesting articles on fitness, transition and specific health needs/conditions, and hormone therapy.
Black Trans Men
Black Transmen, Inc.® is the 1st National Non-Profit Organization of African American transmen solely focused on acknowledgment, social advocacy and empowering African American transmen with resources to aid in a healthy female to male transition. Black Transmen programs provide all female to male transmen and SLGBTQI individuals with necessary tools to secure identity and equality within our society regardless of race, creed, color, religion, sexual identity or sexual expression.
This resource is designed to collate information from various different projects I (Jamie) am involved in, with varying people, in order to provide access to community services available to trans people in the UK. It is also designed to help explain the UK NHS transition timeline, to help people access the treatment they need, in the timescale that works for them. Trans Men Together is not affiliated with any of the doctors or Gender Identity Clinics and this is (hopefully) a non-biased resource. It will also contain microsites from people across the FtM spectrum, holding blogs, videoblogs, photojournals, information, transition diaries, and anything else they wish to have in their space. If you want one of these, please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining why, and give me a chance to get to know you. In general I will ask you to provide the text for me to upload onto the site. Alongside a microsite it should also be possible to have an email address [handle]@transmen.org.uk.
The largest, longest-running volunteer-run educational organization serving FTM transgender people and transsexual men. FTMI provides information, a newsletter and other publications, support, and monthly meetings and special events.
An Australian resource network providing up-to-date information to males affected by transsexualism, transgender female-to-male (FTM) people and trans men; their partners, family and supporters.