Buck Angel is a LGBTQ motivational speaker, award winning filmmaker and a human rights activist.
I have had the privilege of speaking all over the world from LGBTQ events to Universities and everything in between.
Here are some examples of previous lectures I have given. If this is something you are interested in or have other ideas feel free to contact me and I can tailor fit something right for your event.
You can contact me on my website BuckAngel.com to book me.
Mr.Angel The Documentary screening w/Q & A
Buck Angel’s award winning documentary screened at your event along with Buck Angel. Q & A after the screening.
Shot over six years, Mr. Angel chronicles the extraordinary life of transgender advocate, educator and porn pioneer, Buck Angel. His in-your-face style of activism has audiences outraged by his insistence that he is ‘a man who happens to have a vagina.
Directed by Dan Hunt
BUCKING THE SYSTEM
Buck Angel shares his moving personal life story and the process of his gender transition from female to male, while challenging the audience’s notion of what makes someone a man or a woman. He describes how he changed from a desperately unhappy and uncomfortable individual, to a person who is proud of his body and sexually comfortable with his genitals (which have not been surgically altered). Buck has lead the way for transmen to have self-acceptance without surgery. In fact, his message of self-acceptance goes beyond gender and genitals: it is a universal concept of knowing, becoming, and loving yourself.
SEXING THE TRANSMANPioneering filmmaker Buck Angel gives an audio-visual tour of transman sexuality, including interviews with a variety of transmen and the people who love them. Buck is your guide to re-defining gender and enjoying the fluidity of sexuality and individual expression of identity. See more of this series on the website
1. Comprehend the fact that one’s genitals do not define your gender, nor who you are as a person.
2. Learn how to acknowledge, affirm, and deal with your own individual gender and sexuality, regardless of identity.
3. Have the ability to let go of social constructs in order to become more comfortable and self-accepting.