Looking for inspiration and guidance on your MTF journey? Look no further than YouTube!
In this post, I’ve compiled a list of 15 must-watch transgender and crossdressing YouTube channels. From makeup tips to lifestyle content, these channels offer a wealth of information and inspiration.
1. Gigi Gorgeous
One of the most popular transgender YouTubers, Gigi Gorgeous has over 2.75 million YouTube subscribers. She’s a transgender activist, author, actress, model and LGBTQ icon.
2. Victoria Rose
Victoria Rose shares helpful and entertaining videos related to lifestyle, beauty, LGBTQ topics, transgender life, and comedy.
3. Mathilda Hogberg
Mathilda Hogberg is a Swedish transgender blogger and content creator. She posts trans related videos, lives, life updates & tips.
4. Yoya Fabulosa
Yoya Fabulosa is a gender queer crossdresser who shares tutorials and vlogs documenting her life as a crossdresser/drag queen.
5. DR Z PHD
Dr. Natalia P. Zhikhareva (known as Dr. Z in the transgender community) is a clinical psychologist who shares information to help transgender and nonbinary adults break free of gender dysphoria.
6. Crossdressing Lifestyle
The Crossdressing Lifestyle channel provides quality content on everyday issues within the crossdressing community, including makeovers, reviews, top tips, interviews and insights.
7. Samantha Lux
Samantha Lux is known for her videos documenting her transgender journey, as well as her commentary videos on recent news that concerns the trans community.
8. Maya Henry
Maya Henry is a trans girl based in Toronto, Canada. She shares videos on topics ranging from fashion, to lifestyle, to hormones, and story-times.
9. Nikita Dragun
Nikita Dragun is a YouTuber, make up artist, and model with over 3.5 million YouTube subscribers. She was one of the original YouTube beauty gurus and came out as transgender in 2015.
10. Heidi Phox
Heidi Phox shares videos of the life of a married crossdresser. She also posts thoughts, experiences and photos on her blog site.
11. Princess Joules
Julie Vu is a Canadian content creator, model, makeup artist and transgender activist. She shares her transition and life experiences on YouTube.
12. Juliette Noir
Juliette Noir creates videos to openly discuss issues that affect the wider Trans community including some serious stuff and some that’s not-so-serious.
13. Jazz Jennings
Jazz Jennings is a young YouTuber, spokesmodel, television personality, and LGBT rights activist. She shares her life experiences as she tries to create acceptance and equality in the world.
14. Vera Wylde
Vera Wylde is a genderfluid burlesque performer, model, and author. She spent years identifying as a crossdresser and aims to help dressers of all ages as best she can.
15. Alexis Cenn
Alexis Cenn is an up and coming transgender YouTuber who shares videos of her experiences as well as helpful tips videos.
What are YOUR favorite transgender / crossdressing YouTube Channels?
I’d love to hear from you in the comments below. Please share YOUR favorite transgender / crossdressing YouTube channels below!
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Try Stef Senjati. She is quite funny and to the point. I like her.
Hi Lucille! To be honest, when I go up on the Internet and search on trans women or crossdressers there are a ton of sites! I usually like the makeover and/or fashion sites for us. But it can get ugly too! I try to stay away from those raunchy sites. I’m just a 24/7 trans woman now since I’m retired. I love my life now, it’s who I am. Here I am the other day out shopping, this 72 year old trans woman enjoying life. What do you think?
Tights….never, ever been a fan.
Give me a sexy girdle, garter belt, nice panties from Secrets in Lace in Richmond VA. I always wear 100% ,nylon stockings in all different colors, patterns, different full Fashion nylon stockings. The feeling of stocking is unmatched with tights. In a beautiful shoe, sling back open toe SHOWS Off your choices of hosiery. Love Gio stockings on Amazon. Secrets in Lace in Richmond VA is another wonderful company for all under garments.
ENJOY Being You!!
Hi TJ! I’m not a big tights girl either, but I love skinny jeans. And in the winter, I have to admit, I’ll wear black tights under my skirt. I see a lot of other women doing the same. Hope your doing well, you look great! Suzy
Hey Suzy Q….look at you….fabulous!
Not sure Why the picture from lunch yesterday is upside down!!
Love that stocking, Cuban heel, with the Black slings, open toe. Just nice to walk into the restaurant feeling super. I hope everyone can have that feeling in their lives!
Vera and Juliette are as beautiful as cool. They must be 2 nice people and I wish I could meet them in person
Jazz Jennings is way to young. As someone who is a cder but would like to go farther it took me a long time. You do not know at the age of 5 or even 13!
I beg to differ. I knew before I was 5 that I was transgender. But, back then, there was no internet, there were no support groups to find, and there was no information you could easily look up in the library to help you through your journey. But I still knew I was not a boy. If I knew back then what I know now, I would have had my surgery, had been on hormones to be more feminine, and I would be in a much better place right now.
Hi Tara, Jazz is now 17 years old. Many people here say that they knew they were transgender at a very early age. I’m sure everybody’s experience is different though. This is a great topic for discussion! Maybe others here can chime in?
I would like to point out to Tara April that being transgendered is not defined as being interested in sex. I always cross dressed since I was young and I didn’t know anything about sex. As an adult I always felt uneasy about having sex probably because of gender dysphoria. Now transitioned, I definitely don’t want sex. No worries…I’ve been teased about that before.
I agree with the thread about age and someone like Jazz being to young sexually. This is why gender dysphoria is so big right now. I believe for Jazz and others like her that if you believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are the opposite sex regardless of age then coming of age doesn’t matter anymore. Sure there is always a possibility you could change your mind, but if it is who you are then that is never a question and I think that you would deal with that decision accordingly yourself in due time.
I knew when I was a young age.. but, the times were quite a bit different.. being gay, transvestite, or just different could be the end of life for you (which has happened in my state).. I praise Jazz for the tenacity to be herself.. If I was in her shoes I would be doing the same thing.. True, it may be too early for others. For the few, it is just the right time – and with her parent thought so also..
Thanks for being so open to discussion. It is just that kids can’t understand what sex ect… is till they are older. I don’t mind discussing this and yes everyone’s journey is different but doesn’t change the fact that age is universal and you don’t understand this stuff till later on in life like I said earlier is 17. I am probally one of the few that disagree with this. I dont like kids being sexualized! It’s not good and what if they go through hormones and decide it was a mistake down the road and find out there just gay. It has happened many times!
Thanks and hugs,
Jazz is not the only transgirl who knew at a young age something wasn’t right. Don’t single her out. I only disagree about her becoming a celebrity, getting the wrong attention because of her age.
Yes Lucille. I find it very telling that some seem to know even at an age when they are barely more than toddlers that they were meant to be the opposite sex. They just KNOW. Nobody taught them.
AWESOME! Thanks for this Lucille! I have seen a few of these gals. They are very inspirational.
Glad you find this helpful, Mikhaela! 🙂