I just watched "Mr. Angel". I thought it was an incredibly well done documentary. Personally, I've only seen clips of your adult work, but find you and your wife to be a fantastic inspiration to the world. I realize that, unfortunately, not everyone may see it that way but I consider that to be their loss.
I must admit, I do find Mr. Angel to be incredibly attractive. Don't get me work, I think your wife is beautiful and (from what I saw in the documentary) to be a fantastic person. I suppose I am just jealous of the love you've found in your life. That seems to be something that has always evaded me as a gay man.
God bless you both.
It is so beautiful for you to share your feelings like that -- thanks so much for saying hey to Buck! Buck sees all of his fans' questions, and I'm sure he will see your email soon. If he has the availability, he will chime in too.
Buck and Elayne are divorced, but I am sure they feel your good thoughts--Buck shared his feelings about it publicly online recently (at https://twitter.com/BuckAngel/status/450... and in other places.) At last report, Buck's said all is well and everything is moving forward in a positive direction.
As for jealousy? It's all good. They say jealousy is like a directional signal and points you in the direction of what you love/lust after! Maybe you can find that kind of a connection at BuckAngelDating.com? If you check out the site, let us know how it goes. We wish you all the best.
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Hi Buck (and Elayne), So glad to have found this site and I'm really excited about your advocacy. I found Elayne in NOLA and she did one of my more technically advanced piercings (back in 1996 or 97). I've always been very open and fluid in my sexuality but have embraced my cisfemme presentation. I have a 15 yo cisfemale daughter who is exploring her trans nature. And having all the related issues to the struggle to identify who s/he is. Pronouns change regularly, body image issues, depression/anxiety and self-injury. All the fun stuff. I'm 100% supportive, but I also realize that the world *is* different than the one I navigated. How can I best support, network and help her test out what s/he needs. I'm also in recovery and work as a recovery coach so I'm not afraid of sussing out the resources, but any info from you on what may help would be appreciated. Thanks and tremendous luck with your brilliant efforts!buckangel responded on 03/28/2014 Next question
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