Micah has no shame loving transwomen. He is out and happy. Just like you can be men. In this episode, we introduce our first transamorous male guest and talk about what it’s like being transamorous, what differentiates the transamorous male from the tranny chaser, and why society should just get over its judgement of a real and precious love.
In this episode, we go deep on what it’s like to be a Transamorous Man. Is their fear real? Can they lose their job? Friends? Family? What about the embarrassment and shame that comes with being seen with a Transwoman? Then we switch gears with a new perspective on current events then end this episode with Remy doing an impromptu psychic reading for Shannon.
Wow. Another great episode on The Transamorous Network Podcast. Jessica joins us sharing her life story, a story full of tragedy, including the suicide of her friend Aaron. But like all great human beings, Jessica has channeled those tragedies into something amazing: her life. We’re all in tears at the end. We name this episode in honor of Aaron and the contribution his life has had and will have on into eternity. You can also also watch the show below.
Last week we posted a blog post about the future that is coming where Transamorous Men would stand up, come out, own what they are and, as a result shift society from their own powerful point of desire (desire is what makes reality). This shift would radically transform society in much the same way transpeople radically transform themselves to align what they are physically, with what they know themselves to be.
Of course, Transamorous Men are everywhere. And they are good, kind, upstanding, men of all economic backgrounds and ethnicities. If you’re not meeting one, you’re looking in the wrong places.
In that prior post we said “we will be eager to see the day when..” Transamorous Men take their place in mainstream life, showing that loving transpeople is as normal as breathing. That’s powerful desire. We actually wrote that post before we launched The Transamorous Network (we had written 25 posts in advance). Here’s what’s happened since we scheduled the post to go live.
We launched this website and immediately began getting readers and comments about the content, about how much potential there was for the Network.
We spoke of launching the podcast, which then manifested Remy, and then Shannon in an effortless way. No searching, no struggle, they showed up and it’s a perfect match of personalities. We’re still smiling with every episode we produce. Our co-hosts are amazing.
Then, we met a man who was interested in being on the show, but for all the wrong reasons. We had him on the show, but the Skype connection was so bad, we couldn’t do the show. Thank goodness! We didn’t let that deter us. We knew he was an indicator of something better on the way!
We’ve had six or so lovely interviews with Transwomen, all of these women have thoroughly enjoyed themselves on the show. We enjoyed them too!
Meanwhile, we’ve been reaching out to the transcommunity, letting them know about the show on YouTube, Craigslist, and OKCupid.
As all this momentum has increased, it was not surprising then that we would meet Micah. You’re going to hear about Micah shortly. Micah is an unassuming man. He’s an executive chef from Hawaii who grew up Mormon and now lives in Spokane, Washington. We’re not going to ruin the show for you, but what’s interesting about Micah is he is out and proud about his eight-year relationship with his transpartner.
We’re looking forward to having Micah on the show. We think our audience is going to love him. We already do. That’s because he represents to us our desires being fulfilled. As we knew it would.
I’m eager for the day when more transamorous men are out and open about their romantic attraction to transwomen. I’m certainly doing my part, with this blog, my new podcast and the fledgling YouTube Channel. I recently sent invitations to like ten men I’ve seen online in various websites, sharing their interest in transwomen via M4T posts. So far not one has accepted the invitation or even replied.
It’s called “The man’s guide to finding a transgender partner” for a reason. Getting what you want means embracing who you are in all your glorious authenticity. It takes courage, persistence, patience, self-awareness. You must overcome those fears. Good news is the Universe is standing by to back you up. The results you produce will be worth it.
A “man” in today’s world is not the same “man” that you’ve learned in school, from family or books and movies. A “man” in this case is someone who lives life authentically, on his own terms, who doesn’t give a shit what others think, and has an optimistic, constructive perspective on the life he sees and is creating.
Don’t worry if this isn’t you. Within every male is a man waiting to get out. The process outlined in this book is a great way of freeing your authentic manhood. That’s because living authentically and pursuing your dream will require you to develop those characteristics listed above.
I know there are men who are married to transwomen. I know there are men who are dating transwomen. I know there are at least two men who are being authentic about their attraction to transwomen without a care for what the world thinks of them.
The momentum already has begun. Soon there will be thousands of men, tens of thousands, out and proud about who they love and who they are.
Transwomen and the entire trans community will be so much better off when that day comes. And it is coming.