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Venus Lux has become one of the top transsexual performers since joining the adult industry in 2012. In just a few short years, Venus has established herself as an experimental and dynamic performer, shining in an array of noteworthy scenes with men, women, and transsexuals. Venus currently holds the titles for 2014 NightMoves Transsexual Performer of the Year as well as being named XCritic's "Must-See Girl of the Month" in March 2014. At the 2014 Transgender Erotica Awards, the multi-talented star took home three awards for Best Scene, Best Solo Website, and Hardcore Performer of the Year. Venus is XBIZ Award winner of Transsexual Performer of the Year for two years running during both 2014 and 2015, and the 2015 AVN Awards for Transsexual Performer of the Year. The Asian Goddess recently inked an exclusive three-year dvd distribution deal with Pulse which gives her creative control over dvds as she heads her own studio, Venus Lux Entertainment. Venus has also proven she’s a skilled businesswoman with the relaunch of her member's website Venus-Lux.com, which stars some of the hottest adult starlets and is one of the few independently run websites for transsexuals. Venus writes a popular column for AIPDaily called "Venus Rising", and has published her Venus Lux Diaries by eBook via Amazon website. With multiple awards and several mainstream projects under her belt, it's clear that this alluring performer isn't going anywhere and it won't be long before Venus Lux is a household name.
What is Transgender?
I think sometimes, about what it means to be transgender. I probe and probe for answers, because as the possibility for a new age of enlightenment and safety increases, the others want to know. I’ve come up with many answers, but I can hold to none. I don’t deserve to paint the definition of a culture with the limited experiences I’ve had. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people allowed on television. I don’t see myself in the transgender identified people making news feeds and giving high profile interviews. And as my nation’s exposure to our culture increases, likely will their curiosity. Am I transgender? Do I have the right? I’ve heard doctors, psychiatrists, may refuse transgender patients access to hormone therapy based on how dedicated or convincing their portrayal of their identified gender. If you want to be a man or woman, you’ll have to look like the women and men on TV. If you want to be transgender, you’ll have to look like the trans identified people on TV. Every single one of us who has an active role as either participant or observer in our society is prey to the crisis of validity. Am I pretty enough? Am I strong enough? Am I brave enough? Mom enough? Dad enough? Competitive enough? Successful enough? Rich enough? Sexy enough? Pious enough? It never ends. We’re, as a nation of people, being crushed and compartmentalized by this ever present lens, looming over us, exploiting our weaknesses and fears so it may grow wider, and support itself as it follows us, seemingly forever into the future.
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in Self Help
"A trans woman (sometimes trans-woman or transwoman) is a transgender person who was assigned male at birth but whose gender identity is that of a woman. The label of transgender woman is not always interchangeable with that of transsexual woman, although the two labels are often used in this way. Transgender is an umbrella term that includes different types of gender variant people (including transsexual people)." from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trans_woman
The life of a trans woman creates a diva. Or does it? And just what is a "diva"? Let's look at some examples:
According to Wikipedia, "Diva can also refer to a woman with a reputation for being temperamental or difficult to please. In show business, having a 'diva attitude' implies someone who is self-important or hard to work with."
According to UrbanDictionary.com, "A diva is a female performer, usually an opera singer, who is extremely talented but very imperious and tempermental. But the distinguishing factor is that her talent permits somewhat uncouth behavior. A diva is not necessarily difficult to work with, she is just very professional and and has a low tolerance for incompetence. A diva is NOT just some no-talent pop singer who thinks everyone should acquiesce to her every whim, or even worse, some woman who is necessarily rude, mean, bitchy, and often stupid just because she "knows what she wants" and revels in being high maintenance. These woman do not deserve the title of diva, because they have no redeeming talent or quality. They are simply loud and obnoxious bitches. True divas should be treated with respect for their enormous talent and strong will."
Which one are you?
Hi Bedroom Playmates
We are discussing how to talk to your kids about same sex love. Kids go to school and may have two same sex parents. How do you discuss with your child's teacher that she or her needs to make gifts for two mommies or daddies and not a mommy and daddy? How do you as heterosexual parents explain why little Molly has two mothers/daddies and not the "traditional" daddy and mommy? How do you handle being a "second" mommy or daddy to your child when you go to school functions? What if you child comes you and tells you that they are gay. lesbian, or interested in being the opposite than their birth? What does that conversation look like? Have you had the talk with your kids regarding gay marriage and what it looks like literally and figuratively?
This is going to be an interesting discussion.
I would love to hear from same sex parents, heterosexual parents of same gender loving childern or transsexual kids, etc.
Lets learn and grow together
I look forward to hearing from you!
Amanda Lepore is a true international Transsexual icon. Her life story will inspire you. She is a model, fashion icon, performance artist, recording artist and a muse for David LaChapelle among others.
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This week I am honered to have Ts Foxy join me for a intament talk about life as a Transsexual and her very impressive body of work. Submit your questions online at http://www.tgirlradio.com/Questions.html
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Men how would you feel if you found out you dated a tranny(transsexual)?
BIO: Velvet Steele is a woman who is a trans activist and sexual health advocate. She recently finished working with the City of Vancouver Task Force on Sex Work in an advisory position, is currently a sensitivity facilitator with Living In Community, sits on the advisory of the Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform and is an active member of the BCCEC (British Columbia Coalition of Experiential Communities). It’s her life as a Domina that has led her to advocacy and sexual activism helping to assure the rights of individuals directly involved in the sex work community and those associated. It is from this community that she further strives to bring an awareness and understanding to those not familiar, through public speaking engagements and advisory positions within non-profits and government agencies. Her newly re-released website at www.velvetsteele.com presents all her body of work to the public in one location.