Toolbox Sex Talk with Buck Angel

 

Let’s talk about sex! Let’s talk about what we like. Let’s talk about what we don’t like. Let’s talk about power. Let’s about privilege. Let’s talk about ability. Let’s talk about pleasure. Let’s talk about toys! Let’s talk!

 

This is an intentional closed space for:
-transmen
-transmasculine individuals
-transbois
-trans-identified masculine-of-center folks
-trans-identified AFAB folks

About Buck Angel:
As an icon of popular culture, Buck Angel’s message of empowerment through self-acceptance and being sexually comfortable in your own skin has struck a passionate chord with folks all over the world.

As he demonstrated in his appearances at YALE, Cornell and many other Universities around the world, Buck is not only inspiring people to think outside the box, he is re-defining gender and educating an entire generation on the fluidity of sexuality and identity politics. Since Buck coined the phrase ” it’s not what’s between your legs that defines you!”, the term has become an anthem for men and women everywhere who have been inspired by this message of self acceptance.

Buck has been featured in nearly every imaginable international media outlet: television, radio, web, and print. He has appeared on The Tyra Banks Show, Spike TV, The Women’s Entertainment Network, Howard Stern Show, Much Music, Sirius Radio, Dan Savage,VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network and many others. He’s been written about in The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Time Out, Maxim, New York Times, and other publications around the world. Armistead Maupin included Buck Angel in his latest book Michael Tolliver Lives.

As a visionary filmmaker,advocate, educator and motivational speaker, Buck Angel launched Buck Angel Entertainment as a vehicle to produce multimedia projects that will motivate viewers to think outside the box.

Buck has finished work on his groundbreaking documentary Sexing The Transman which has been shown worldwide. You can see more about that on http://sexingthetransman.com/

In 2012 Buck was appointed to the board of directors of the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance.

British artist Marc Quinn created a life-size sculpture of Buck Angel, that will be included in the sculptor’s global tour.

Buck Angel made history when he received the prestigious award from Adult Video News (AVN) for Transsexual Performer of the Year in 2007 for his groundbreaking work in the adult entertainment industry. As the pioneer of an entirely new genre, Buck has received international recognition and continues to be a huge box office hit in numerous markets.

His innovative live performances in New Zealand, Greece, Scotland, London, Madrid, New York City, Toronto, Amsterdam, Los Angeles and many other destinations have attracted thousands of adoring fans and the respect of critics everywhere.

Accessibility Information
-15 minute walk from Westlake/MacArthur Park Station (Red and Purple Lines)
-Buslines include DASH Pico/Echo Park and Metro 28
-Ample metered parking and some free parking in surrounding neighborhood and garage is accessible as well
-Wheelchair accessible
-Elevator available
-Restrooms: Women’s, Men’s and Single Stall Gender Neutral
-Ample seating and standing room
-Scent free soap will be available and we ask that your bodies come scent free
-Windows cannot be opened, venue has climate controlled ventilation system, air filtration unknown
-Public address system used by all guests and hosts

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Welcome!

Hi,

My name is Jaden and I’m a black, femme-evolving transboi. So Destin (my bro, coworker, and fellow transguy of color) and I have been talking about needing a space for transguys, transbois, AFAB trans folx to talk and share the tools we have to navigate life. Let’s go beyond hormones and surgeries. How do we check our privilege? How do we embody masculinity (whatever it might mean to us) without being a misogynist asshole? How do we explore and uplift femmeness and/or femininity? How do we handle the violence of being a masculine persn of color? How do we hold space without taking up space? As our identities shift, how has our sense of pleasure shifted? How do we like to fuck? So we are starting this thing called Toolbox to have these conversations.

Every second Thursday, we’ll hang out and chat. Every second Saturday, we’ll hang out and chat about sex.

This blog will be a place to reflect on our journey in masculinity (whatever that means to us.)

Let’s share some tools!

Toolbox Trans LA Kick-Off Discussion

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come correctOur first talk will be on Thursday, April 14th, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Location: APAIT

1730 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 300

Los Angeles, CA 90015

This is an intentional closed space for:
-transmen
-transmasculine individuals
-transbois
-trans-identified masculine-of-center folks
-trans-identified AFAB folks

Let figure out what we want this space to be!

Accessibility Information
-15 minute walk from Westlake/MacArthur Park Station (Red and Purple Lines)
-Buslines include DASH Pico/Echo Park and Metro 28
-Ample metered parking and some free parking in surrounding neighborhood and garage is accessible as well
-Wheelchair accessible
-Elevator available
-Restrooms: Women’s, Men’s and Single Stall Gender Neutral
-Ample seating and standing room
-Scent free soap will be available and we ask that your bodies come scent free
-Windows cannot be opened, venue has climate controlled ventilation system, air filtration unknown
-Public address system used by all guests and hosts