FAQ’s


My name is Trip and I am a Transgender Man. This means I was assigned female at birth, and spent the first part of my life appearing female. But this didn’t match my own masculine gender identity. Thus I transitioned to male, and now live an authentic & congruent life. The FAQ’s below will answer many general questions about trans people in general, and me in specific.

Some helpful terminology:


Cisgender 
refers to a person who identifies as the gender they were assigned at birth.

Transgender refers to a person who does not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. Some trans people choose to transition, some do not. Each person’s transition looks different and may include different elements, or none at all.

Gender is the our own internal sense of identity. While most people’s gender identity matches their assigned sex, it does not match for trans people.

Sex is usually used to refer to biological sex, though in fact biological sex is not binary. At birth, we are assigned a gender based on visual inspection of our external genitalia, but in fact there are multiple components of “true” biologic gender and they do NOT always align in a binary way. These components include chromosomes, hormonal levels, hormonal sensitivity, internal organs, and external genitalia. All of these elements can exist along a spectrum of characteristics.

My personal FAQ

*I am legally male, identify as male, and accept male pronouns (he/him/his, etc) only when referring to me. Willfully misgendering a trans person is a form of targeted abuse and harrassment

*I am on testosterone (started Feb 2015) & had top (chest) surgery (July 2015). I had a type of top surgery called “keyhole” which is why there’s no visible scarring. Having access to competent health care is critically important for all people including trans people.

*I am hairy and have a beard because my family history allows me to grow one well, testosterone simply “awakens” it. Taking testosterone may or may not make you hairier – it depends on your genetic potential. If you have questions about that, I recommend reaching out to an endocrinologist.

*I consider myself post-transition, and will not be getting any further surgery. Transition is a personal journey and this is mine.

*For clarity, I have NOT had any genital surgery ever. No, I didn’t “chop my cock off” (sidenote, that’s not how ANY surgery works). Asking intrusive questions about other people’s genitalia is frowned upon anyway.

*My cock (aka clitoris) is large due to being on testosterone. I prefer that you refer to it as a cock (clits and cocks are anatomically analogous anyway) 

*I am Bisexual (actually pansexual) but mostly Gay (i.e. I prefer other men). I also have sex with women and other trans people .

*I have sex with Gay & Bisexual men, I have never had sex with a straight guy (straight guys don’t usually like their partner to have a beard and body hair)

*I do not have a “type,” but people who purchase my content are super sexy! In my video work, I make a point to showcase people of diverse sizes, shapes, colors, adult ages, and more.

*I am NOT fertile, do not menstruate, and cannot/will not get pregnant, nor have any desire to do so.

*I AM sexually active, yes that means I’ve “taken cock in that hole.” Get a video if you want to see me getting fucked. 

*I enjoy penetration in both my front hole & my ass.

*I generally do not squirt when I cum, but occasionally can produce waterworks. If you want to see me cum, get a video or private show. 

*I am 5’8″ & 165-170 lbs. I have been lifting weights and generally involved in fitness since I was in my late teens.

*I have 4 cats. They are rescued and are all special needs, and sometimes they wander onto cam with me. Their names are Wallace, Duncan, Baxter, and Sam. Anyone who wants to send an amazon US gift card to triplextransmanxxx@gmail.com I will apply it to cat food!

This is Duncan, one of my 4 rescue cats.