A number of trans-masculine people have written about their efforts to integrate feminism with masculine and trans identities, yet there are fewer stories of those who have more ambiguous relationships or actually resist feminism. This article illustrates the multiple ways trans men engage with feminism, in some cases resisting and in some cases adopting feminist practices or politics, by drawing from in-depth interviews with sixty-six trans men from across the United States. These interviewees' accounts show that they were more likely to take on feminist identities and trans feminism as a key site of solidarity when they understood feminism as varied. Others reported little interest in feminism because they thought of it as limited or that it did not align with their own views or practices. This offers important insights for understanding why some trans-masculine people engage in feminist and trans movements and others do not.