Dear Buck! My boyfriend of a year is one of your biggest fans. Not only do he and I refer to each other as buck, everyone in our circle of friends refer to each other as buck, and use the term " buck" to replace nouns/verbs; were talking 15-20 plus people. You are in our everyday conversation and we love to tell new people that we've met about you, about your transformation, and what an inspiration you are to us. I myself am part of the lgbtq community in all shapes and forms, and when Matt and I started dating, it was a huge relief that not only was he supportive of the cause, his number one role model was you! I'm sure you know transition is not the easiest thing to explain but I tell people to keep in mind that: “Gender preference does not define you. Your spirit defines you". My question, more of a favor really would be to ask if you could sen Matt and autograph or a letter ?(I'd like to give it to him for Christmas) Sincerely, one of your biggest fans, Victoria Howe :)
Thank you so much for being in touch and your kind words! : ) Buck is reviewing all of the greetings fans sent him over time and he wants to send his sincere appreciation for your email--
You said hi quite a while ago and we wanted to let you know what's going on with Buck these days. Were you able to get in touch? He has a new movie out called Mr. Angel. Have you seen it? There is more info about it below. Feel free to Tweet your greetings or thoughts about his movies--say hey on Twitter.com/BuckAngel, or Facebook.com/officialbuckangel
Because he is always so busy and he has no sponsors/is self-funded, the quickest and easiest way to get a copy of Buck's autograph is to buy a copy of his brand new movie Mr. Angel on DVD: right now, his special offer is when you buy a copy at BuckAngel.com, he will send it to you personally autographed.
Here is the order link below--shipping is free in the US. Enjoy.
I don't wanna ask any question to him.. I just wanna say love u n... u r an Angelbuckangel responded on 03/30/2014 Next question
I really need advice. I was wondering how you became comfortable as a man with a vagina, if it was something you wanted, or became adjusted to- having a mixed body. I was born female, identify as gender neutral (I like men, so I consider myself Androsexual)… But I hate my female parts. I don't mind having breasts, but since I like men and look like a woman, it makes for difficult relationships. Most guys don't understand why I don't want vaginal sex… I don't really want surgery, but I can't help but feeling I should have a penis. I gender express as a woman and that won't change but I have no idea what to do, how to consider myself, how to explain to others… I mean, I don't mind being a "woman" but I can only 'feel good' if I consider myself a bottoming male??? My counselor is at a loss, and recommended I look to someone like yourself for advice. I feel I just don't understand myself anymore.buckangel responded on 03/30/2014