The Grooby Girls Xmas Tgirl Competition Special!!!
Closing date – January 4th 2015
The earlier we get it, the more publicity we can give you!
Here’s the skinny … either wearing one of our very special Grooby Girls Xmas T-shirts OR or another Grooby Girls Tshirt OR a Grooby Girls tattoo, send us a collection of your best Xmas photos taken by yourself (selfies) or your friends. Points will particularly be awarded for outdoor shoots, hot sets, making sure there is Xmas or seasonal themes in the photos and anything creative. We’ve had lots of entries for previous competitions but we aim to go into 2015 with this being the largest yet, which is why we’ve increased the prizes – win Amazon Gift Cards and start your New Year with a bang!
Grooby has a lot of exciting ideas for Grooby Girls and other transsexual model opportunities for 2015, so if you want to be part of it, this is the place. We are open to anyone, whether you have been a model with us, or not. This isn’t just for models but for any tgirls who are super Grooby!
Previous winners for the Halloween competitions created photo sets.
You can do what you wish!
You can enter as many times as you wish by sending the photos to;
firstname.lastname@example.org with any text and social media or website links you wish to add.
Videos will also be accepted.
TWO TOP PRIZE WINNERS OF: $100 Amazon Gift Card Each
TWO RUNNERS UP OF $50 Amazon Gift Card Each
We’re ready right now for your photos. Don’t miss this!
Burbank, CA – Photographer Amy Bexxx recently announced her support and first-time sponsorship of the Transgender Erotica Awards. Bexxx is currently nominated in the category of Best Photographer. The event will take place on February 15th, 2015 at the Avalon in Hollywood, with the official After Party scheduled for the following night at the Bardot.
“We’re so thrilled to have support from talented creative professionals like Amy who don’t work exclusively in the adult industry,” said Grooby Productions owner Steven Grooby. “I think it speaks to how our show is evolving and hopefully attracting a wide array of people to support the Transgender Erotica Awards.”
“I am honored to be a part of such an amazing community of creative performers,” added photographer Amy Bexxx. “I am inspired by all of you and I look to making sexy perverted art with everyone in the future!”
Amy Bexxx is a photographer with more than 10 years of experience working in the entertainment industry. She graduated from Bridgewater State College with a B.A. in Theater and moved to NYC to work as a standup comedian. She appeared on Howard Stern, toured the East Coast, and produced a topless comedy Breast Cancer benefit show called “Generosi-titties” that raised money for The Young Survival Coalition. During this time she began studying Digital Photography at The Fashion Institute of Technology and soon began her creative career as a freelance photographer.
Bexxx has shot for a number of big name clients, such as Time Out New York, Get Out Magazine, Live Nation, Irving Plaza, Brittany Andrews, Whitney Day Events, Hot Rabbit, FTM Fucker, James Darling, and Michelle Austin. Visit her official website at www.amybexxx.com.
The 7th Annual Transgender Erotica Awards will be held on Sunday, February 15, 2014 at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA. The official After Party will be held on Monday, February 16, 2014 at the Avalon’s connecting property, the Bardot. Pre-sale tickets and sponsorship information can be found at www.theteashow.com.
Sponsor and media inquiries can be directed to email@example.com.
What’s the best way to kick off 2015? How about by doing some good? If you purchase one of our limited edition Grooby Girl calendars, we’ll donate the proceeds to the Transgender Law Center. 12 months of Grooby Girls to hang on your walls and the money is going to a good cause! Sounds great to us.
The Transgender Law Center works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity of expression. They envision a future where gender self-determination and authentic expression are seen as basic rights and matters of common human dignity.
(this piece was originally featured at Steven Grooby’s Blog)
Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance. Each year, we reflect on those who lost their lives through violence. The GLAAD website, states that the day “honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence” but when a report was published in “The Guardian” yesterday that almost 50% of transgender youths in the UK had considered suicide, I believe the remit of the TDoR should also include those. When a person has been so marginalized, misunderstood, alienated or abused that they have nowhere to turn but to consider taking their own lives, then that life would also have been lost through anti-transgender violence.
We work in the entertainment industry – an industry that creates and sells fantasies and it’s always been important to educate on that distinction. The models or performers working in the transsexual adult industry in the past few years have done a lot to help normalize who transsexuals are; that each one is individual, with a different background, different outlook, different ideas on politics, different tastes in music & culture, they look different and they act different. Their identity doesn’t come because they’re transsexual – they are individuals who are transsexual. The pornography industry, is showcasing transsexuals faster that any other industry and breaking down the stereotypes – and this is what is needed across all industries.
As every year, there have been too many deaths of transgendered people across the world but what we are starting to see in 2014, is some media starting to report more fairly and law enforcement taking hate crimes against transgendered people seriously. Jennifer Laude Sueselbeck was murdered by a US marine in the Philippines received worldwide attention and closer to us, a well-known model who was beaten and raped in NYC, had the closure of seeing her attackers jailed after a lengthy police investigation. However, the violence against transgendered people is still disproportionate compared to other people in society.
I don’t believe in my lifetime, I will see the complete normalization and integration of transsexuals into society, if one expects to see a transsexual to not turn heads or cause a second glance. Human’s will always look at someone who is different to them – but it’s not always with malice but often just out of interest and that’s something that needs to be accepted. I see it when out with transsexual friends – and the instinct is to either be defensive or retreat. The better way, as I can attest to having watched these friends, is to engage and be themselves. As friends, family, employers, co-workers … or even as a fan of transsexual pornography, we have the same duty. To educate the un-educated. To show that transgendered people are individuals, that don’t conform to stereotypes and are the same as everyone else. This is how hate crimes against any group will reduce.
I don’t believe I will see the complete normalization and integration – but I truly believe that if we/I, (the “allies”) engage as well as refuse to allow our friends to be alienated or humiliated, then I will live to see a world where transsexual persons are no longer a marginalized or separate group.
Please take a moment to think on the girls and guys who have died through ignorance and hate. You can see news reports on some of these at The Grooby Post
CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Grooby Productions and Third World Media have started shipping “All T-Girls Volume 1,” which will arrive in stores Nov. 17, 2014. Buy your copy at the Grooby Store.
Directed by Radius Dark (2015 Transgender Erotica Awards nominee for Best Photographer, Best Director and Best Scene Producer), “All T-Girls Volume 1” features four transsexuals in the industry exploring each other’s bodies.
The title, which stars Chelsea Marie, Nina Lawless, Miranda Meadows and Michelle Firestone, also includes an unprecedented four-way hookup.
The box cover teases the action: “These girls show off how naughty they can be with each other behind closed doors. Each scene is high energy and sure to excite and delight in a smoldering sex crater of T-girl -on-T-girl goodness.”
“This superstar cast [are] all incredibly hot, fast chicks with hard cocks,” CEO Steven Grooby said. “Your transsexual fantasies come true!”
“The box cover looks amazing, and ‘All T-Girls Volume 1’ features an all-star T-girl cast,” TWM Sales Manager Dave Peskin said. “Previous 2014 Grooby titles such as ‘Shemale Secret Service,’ ‘Black Tranny Jizz Jam #3,’ ‘The Tranny Chaser #2: Confessions of a Poolboy,’ ‘6th Annual Tranny Awards,’ ‘The Winners’ and ‘Shemale Japan #4’ continue to re-order like a salesman’s wet dream.
“’All T-Girls Volume 1’ already looks to be what could be our biggest selling title to date.”
Burbank, CA – Grooby Productions is thrilled to welcome back former Rupaul’s Drag Race contestant Jujubee as the host of the upcoming 7th Annual Transgender Erotica Awards. The show will take place on February 15,2014 at the Avalon in Hollywood followed by the official after party at the Bardot on February 16, 2015. Pre-sale tickets are now available for purchase at www.theteashow.com.
“We’re so excited to have Jujubee return as our TEA host,” said Grooby Productions owner Steven Grooby. “She’s become an integral part of our show and we love the humor and professionalism she brings every year. She’s been a great supporter of the Transgender Erotica Awards and we can’t wait to see her up on stage again.”
“I am honored to be returning for the 7th Annual Transgender Erotica Awards, formerly known as…. I’ll leave that to the girls, haha,” added Jujubee. “This will be my third time hosting and I couldn’t be more thrilled. It’s becoming a tradition that I sincerely look forward to. The Avalon in Hollywood will be a fabulous new location for this year’s festivities; I know I’m looking forward to it. I can’t wait!”
Jujubee is best known for her involvement on Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 2 on Logo, quickly becoming a fan favorite in the competition. She then appeared as a drag professor on Rupaul’s Drag U for three consecutive seasons and was hand-picked for Rupaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, where she was a finalist. A veteran with over 10 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Jujubee’s infectious personality, talent, and professionalism always shine through in her performances. Visit her official website at www.jujubeeonline.com.
This year the 7th Annual Transgender Erotica Awards will be held on Sunday, February 15, 2014 at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA. The official After Party will be held on Monday, February 16, 2014 at the Avalon’s connecting property, the Bardot. Pre-sale tickets and sponsorship information can be found at www.theteashow.com.
Sponsor and media inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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