In honor of the 5th Anniversary release of the film that started it all — Doing it Ourselves — we’re sharing with you the infamous “lost scene” that was kept out of the original release. Not only will you get to see some a enthusiastic threesome of trans women excited to be creating their own porn, but you also get to see a very different look that Tobi had all those years ago. Shot back in 2008, the original footage was lost when the editor we were working with suddenly lost her housing. Working from backups we were able to restore most of the scene and add it as an extra, but some footage was lost forever. It’s been put back into the feature film as a part of the anniversary release, and now you can watch it right here as well.
Season 2, Episode 2: Lydia Hannah and Charlie Spats
These two practically give us a trans 101, only much more explicit than anywhere else you’ll find. Spats shows us how he gives himself a testosterone shot, while Lydia walks us through how she does post-op dilation – which leaves both of them horny and ready for action.
Meeting for the first time for this episode, Azure and Juicy immediately discovered they had many things in common. Here they talk about relationships and the unique aspects of dating and hooking up with other trans people. Their enthusiasm shows in their interviews and their passionate fucking
Anai has had several negative experiences hooking up with cis women and was noticeably nervous when paired with Valentine, a cis woman who’s never had sex with a trans woman. By talking it out, sharing their anxieties, and detailed negotiation and check in throughout the scene, they are able to become comfortable with each other, get the support they need, and have a wonderful time.
Moving at a slower pace, this couple’s gentle sensation play involves scratching, biting, electric toys, and more. At the beginning of her medical transition, Lexy discusses how coming out has impacted her relationships and trust with others. Pi talks about how he sees his experience of being attracted to trans people. Together they discuss being poly and the way poly networks act as an incredibly important support structure.
The only solo scene in the series, since Erica and her boyfriend broke up shortly before their scheduled scene. We almost canceled, but are glad that we didn’t. With playfulness, confidence, and openness she can’t help but show off for the camera as she shares her wealth of experiences and insights.