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Tantalizing and Tattooed Tori Mayes!

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Do Some Dirty Laundry With Freya Wynn!!!

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Shemale Yum does some dirty laundry with Freya Wynn! Freya Wynn is a tall dazzling tgirl! She has natural breasts, a beautiful face, and exquisite feet! Enjoy this sexy scene of Freya lounging on the bed in sexy black lingerie before lifting it up for a little surprise! This tgirl shows off the butt plug she’s been enjoying while she strokes herself hard!

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Does online porn really lead to erectile dysfunction?

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I recently read an interesting article about a possible correlation between watching online porn and erectile dysfunction, which almost seems counterintuitive. Or does it?

In Time Magazine’s cover story from the April 11th issue, “Porn and the Threat to Virility,” author Belinda Luscombe writes, “A growing number of young men are convinced that their sexual responses have been sabotaged because their brains were virtually marinated in porn when they were adolescents. Their generation has consumed explicit content in quantities and varieties never before possible, on devices designed to deliver content swiftly and privately, all at an age when their brains were more plastic—more prone to permanent change—than in later life. These young men feel like unwitting guinea pigs in a largely unmonitored decade-long experiment in sexual conditioning. The results of the experiment, they claim, are literally a downer.”

This is an intriguing idea, especially since the force behind this movement comes from the very group which comprises the main audience for porn: young men. These men are claiming that porn has desensitized them to sex, much in the same way that claims were made years ago that violent video games were desensitizing kids to violence. In an effort to undo the damage and prevent others from suffering a similar fate, they are creating educational materials, online groups, smartphone apps, and blogs to help men break their porn addiction. Gabe Deem, the founder of one of these online groups states, “The reason I quit watching porn is to have more sex.”

The problem with the Porn-induced Erectile Dysfunction (PIED) theory is that there is little scientific research to back it up. Recent studies suggest that online porn could potentially be habit forming, with possible psychological effects. And there is new research which found that habitual porn viewing may affect the brain, especially in adolescent viewers since the brain is not fully developed. The one piece of irrefutable evidence they do have to support their claim is their own experiences. As Gabe Deem so eloquently puts it, “If you can get a boner with porn and can’t get a boner without porn, that’s about as hard as evidence gets in my opinion.”

And it should be noted that they are not trying to ban porn or prevent anyone from watching it. What they would like to see done is have the possible side effects of pornography be included in sex education in schools. This seems to be a logical way to address the issue, except the sex education has been a controversial subject for decades, and adding porn into the mix would almost guarantee cries of outrage from parents accusing the schools of promoting porn. I think the bigger issue here is that society, and in particular parents, need to view sex and sex education in a more positive way instead of sticking to the outdated views that sex is dirty and should be not be discussed.

I believe this theory has some merit, having experienced something similar during my younger years. I would masturbate to pictures, but then eventually those didn’t do the trick so I moved on to videos, and eventually I got tired of those and needed something more stimulating to get me hard. But I never had a problem getting hard when I was with someone. So, it’s my humble opinion that if someone can get hard watching porn but can’t get hard when in the company of a real person there are inherently deeper issues at play. Sex is so much more than just a physiological process; it’s about the emotions and thoughts that go into in. Too many people seem to forget that the most powerful sex organ is the brain.

So let me know what you think; do you agree with this theory or think its total rubbish? I’d love to hear your thoughts about this, so feel free to leave me a comment!
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Be the First to See Makoto’s Hardcore Debut!

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Sexy newhalf Makoto Nanase heats up Shemale Japan with an exclusive hardcore scene!!! Makoto has been heating up the site since 2011 but this is her first time sharing the spotlight with a male costar! This lovely model is dressed to kill in black lace lingerie and wastes no time getting her man down on her cock to suck her hard! He’s rewarded well for his services as Makoto gives him a sexy blowjob before offering up her lovely ass!!! Be the first to see Makoto’s hardcore debut!!!

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Fiesta in Wendy Summers’ Pants

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Why only celebrate Cinco de Mayo one day a year? Say “adios” to an uneventful evening and say “hola” to one spicy señorita, Wendy Summers. This TS stunner is more intoxicating than a margarita and hotter than a jalapeño and she’s ready to pop your piñata with her hard stick! Watching her shake her maracas is sure to get your taco hard!

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Nathany and Bianca’s Hardcore Lesbian Fantasy

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A Hardcore Scene Topped With Whipped Cream!

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Shemale XXX welcomes Jamie and Goody for some good “clean” fun!!! Jamie Croft is a smoking hot tgirl! This gorgeous girl has big perfect boobs, a juicy round ass, and a love for getting dirty! Watch Jamie get Goody into trouble in the kitchen before cleaning him off with a hardcore shower scene! Whipped cream, blow jobs, and fucking… oh, my! You’re going to love this hardcore fun!

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FEMOUT XXX Welcomes Jaye!

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Jaye makes a debut splash on FEMOUT XXX! Jaye is a tall smoking hot tgirl! This is her first scene but she’s sure to be a crowd favorite! This model has a beautiful face, a long lean body, and round supple little ass. Watch Jaye stroke her luscious uncut cock in her modeling debut! We can’t wait to see more of Jaye!

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NYC’s “Tranny Strip” with TS Star Jane Marie this Saturday at HQNYC Club

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New York City, NY – NYC’s premier trans nightlife company, TGirl Events, has expanded their popular “Tranny Strip” event to include a monthly Saturday party at HQNYC Club starting May 14, 2016 with special guest host TS star Jane Marie.

“We are so excited that HQNYC CLUB has offered us a monthly night on Saturdays,” stated TGirl Events promoter John Ed. “We have built a new stage for the dancers and new go-go dancer platforms. We plan on making Saturdays bigger and better than any of our past monthly events!”

The stunning HQNYC Club has 15 champagne room suites and a VIP Lap Dance Lounge, with over 20 sexy trans dancers and go-go dancers scheduled all night. Guests can enjoy the musical stylings of NYC Trans DJ Ciyn, performances by Ebonee Excell and Miss Aby, with appearances by VIP hostesses Miss Pearl and Jaemy Paris. TEA award winning performer Jane Marie will also be hanging out in the VIP Lounge with fans.

The event is sponsored by Eros.com and Trans500.com and runs from 8pm-4am. For reduced admission and VIP passes, visit tstripmay2016.eventbrite.com. HQNYC is located at 552 West 38th Street (between 10th and 11th Avenue) in New York City.

Visit TrannyStrip.com for more party details, pictures, and a calendar of events. You can also call their official hotline at 917-426-7121, follow them on Twitter at @TrannyStrip and Instagram at @TGirlEvents, or email them directly at Info@TGirlEvents.com.

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Yukino’s Hardcore Shemale Pornstar Debut!

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Japanese MILF Yukino Akasaki rocks Shemale Pornstar!!! Yukino is a gorgeous Japanese newhalf who loves being in front of the camera! This luscious lady loves to be licked, loves to suck, and definitely loves to be fucked! Enjoy this amazing hardcore scene of Yukino sucking her co star hard before letting him bend her over the stove for a pounding!

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Interview with Steven Grooby – Part 2

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Welcome back to Through The Benz! In Part 2 of my interview with Steven Grooby we focus on the industry and some of more important issues facing not only the industry but the trans community. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it!

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It’s very apparent you care for the models you work with and for the trans community in general, and that Grooby does a lot to help those in the trans community. What do you feel are the biggest issues facing transgender people today? Do you feel the recent increase in legislation specifically targeting trans people is a sign of society pushing back against the gains made in recent years or just the byproduct of it being an election year?

I’m not really too qualified to answer this from anything other than a perspective of someone following the media. I think politicians, media and entertainment are jumping on the trans bandwagon without much thought to the bigger picture. At one end of the spectrum you have Caitlyn Jenner whom I believe has been awful for the trans community – and the other end of the spectrum Laverne Cox and Janet Mock who are wonderful. I think the trans community has to make small steps and firm footholds with their activism instead of yelling and screaming at everything they perceive as bias against them. We’re on an unstoppable path, I don’t believe it’s a byproduct of an election year as you asked, I believe trans person awareness and exposure is going to become larger and more accepting as every year passes. What we’re looking for and what is needed is equality and the ability to live one’s life as one wishes – but I don’t think we’re anywhere close to where people won’t continue to stare, or comment on people who appear out of the norm, whether it has malicious intent or not.

The Trans Adult Industry Foundation (TAIF) was created last year. Can you tell us more about the foundation and some of the goals you would like to accomplish?

It’s all about giving back to the community. We contribute 5% of what we pay our models and put it into the fund as well as other fundraising activities like the calendar sales, etc. The aim is to start contributing to life saving or life affirming organizations involved in the trans community. We’re hoping to start working with a hospital in Los Angeles to get them some regular money and we’ll move on from there. The goal is to encourage other companies to do the same and get some real money back to people who need it.

In March of 2015 Grooby Productions reached out to Trans Lifeline and offered to become a sponsor and provide much needed financial assistance, but you were rebuffed by their Board of Directors which led to an often contentious and public exchange of comments. Has this affected how and who you reach out to in the trans community as far as your charitable efforts? Was this the impetus behind establishing TAIF?

No, what happened doesn’t affect who we reach out to. Just like the TEA’s they’re open to everyone regardless of how I personally feel about their business, TAIF or our charitable arm will reach out to any worthy causes we feel fit our criteria, it would be their loss to refuse donations for such personal on subjective reasons. We did TAIF so any organizations which may have an issue associating themselves with adult, which I can understand, would feel more comfortable.

Yes, Kristel, Buck and I brainstormed immediately after that situation and came up with TAIF.

Can the trans porn industry be a positive influence within the trans community since there is still such a stigma attached to the industry and being a sex worker?

I’m not qualified to answer that. I’m sure some see it as positive and others whether through their own experience, religion or misplaced morals, would feel otherwise.

The term “shemale” has been a controversial subject in recent years. Many view the term as derogatory and claim it reinforces objectification of trans women and contributes to discrimination and even violence. You are on record as saying you agree with not using the word ‘shemale” to identify transgender individuals on your sites and would like to see it phased out, and that it is and should always be a word used in the context of porn only. However, from the business standpoint, the term “shemale” is the most valuable word in terms of search engine results worldwide. You stated “It’s the most recognizable word for non-English speakers to find this content and with over 50% of our sales coming from non-English speaking countries, it would be problematic to not use it. There are 30 times more people searching on Google for the word “shemale” than “tgirl”, which makes it unreasonable to ask companies to stop marketing to over 95% of its potential clientele.” So, what do you feel is the best way to deal with this dilemma? Do you think the term “shemale” will eventually be able to be phased out, and if so, what steps would need to be taken in order for that to happen?

The short answer is ‘No’, I don’t think it will ever be able to be phased out and I stand by what I stated last year. I don’t see it as a dilemma and I believe with the continued good education, and informing we’ve always done, that people will understand the difference between porn and reality. We’ve been more responsible for helping companies on the periphery industry change the terminology across dozens of outlets mainly in dating and cam sites, from ‘tranny’, ‘TV/TS’ and ‘shemale’ to something more acceptable as we’re the ‘go-to’ company for trans in the adult industry but when you get to companies wanting to sell porn, worldwide then ‘shemale’ is still going to be the strongest reaching word. You’ll get claims from a few talking heads that they’ve managed to produce and sell porn without using that terminology, but the biggest mouths produce very little – and still capitalize from words like ‘shemale’ through their affiliates or distribution channels, so they’re basically spouting their usual garbage.

If you really want me to answer how it could be changed out – then either a) come up with an alternative word and get it coined (like we’ve been doing with ‘tgirl’ for nearly 20 years) that has the same reach. b) the profit margins would have to be a lot bigger, to enable companies to survive while new words got popularity.

Many girls who are interested in modeling are under the misconception that in order to have a chance to be selected as a model for Grooby they have to look like a Barbie doll; be tall, slender and have big boobs, in spite of the fact that you have been instrumental in promoting positive body image and self-acceptance by featuring a wide spectrum of models in all shapes, sizes, and ages on your sites. Yet, not everyone who applies is selected. What criteria do you use in selecting your models?

I hope they’re not under that misconception with us! We’ve done everything we can to show the full spectrum of trans women in nudes and erotica. I know other companies have different criteria (and the one that seemed to be the most elitist is practically out of business) but we’d like to show as much as we can. Listen, the thing is, you can only select models who you feel are going to either encourage new members to join, and/or keep existing members happy. It’s costly to produce sets – people think that it ends with the model/photographer cost but that’s like going into a coffee shop and suggesting you pay 25c for a coffee, as that’s what the beans and water cost. We have video and photo editors, marketing, book-keepers, designers, lawyers, etc to pay so when we make the decision on whom to photograph, it has to be with the view of making that money back – and hopefully some profit! Member’s expectation levels have to be met, so putting a model up who doesn’t meet that is actually more costly as they could cancel. We’ve a whole hard drive of models who were shot and paid for, yet considered not good enough for the sites for various reasons. My goal is to get as many shoots to as many models as possible; the minimum we need to do is break even – but there are models who apply, who simply are never going to make your profit back and need a dose of reality, to think they could make a living or get paid for shoots. It’s the worst part of my job, having to reject models as there is no easy way to say it … you’re being rejected based on how you look, nobody wants to hear that. Most people actually are aware of how they look and just giving it a shot but some get offended and snap back, which doesn’t really do any good.

What criteria do we use in selecting your models? The ability to make back the money we outlay on them. I look for models that present a great feminine appearance, someone who is unique in some way often goes to the top of the pile, I look for models who have great faces, I look for models that although I may not necessarily have an attraction for, I know our members will. I’m not always right but I have a pretty fucking good track record! I look for models who seem to want to do it (if anyone says they need to do it for the money, they generally get rejected or referred to a blog post).

How do you respond to your critics who claim you have an unfair advantage in that you have too much control and influence in the industry and that you sometimes wield your power with little regard to how it affects others?

I wasn’t aware that we had those critics, it’s the first I’ve heard? I don’t think we have any advantage, we’ve never tied models to contracts, we’ve never suggested they don’t work with other companies, there are companies out there that can afford to pay more for specific models, unlike some performer-producers we have to pay all our models (no trade shoots), there are models who debuted on others sites – and there are sites producing content. We’re not the only producer in town. I’m always amused when I see models claiming to have been black-balled out of the industry because they can’t get shoots; there is no monthly meeting of site producers, there are no hidden handshakes, etc. If you’re not getting shoots it’s either because your shoots haven’t been successful or you’re a pain in the arse to work with.

I do very little without thinking of how it affects others. It’s both my largest fault as a businessman – but possibly my best asset also. I try and be fair, I try to explain our position, or reasoning to people – but it sometimes backfires, I’m a pretty big target.

As a follow-up to the previous question, you are known for being brutally honest and speaking your mind, which has led to some rather public feuds with certain people. In hindsight, do you ever wish you had handled things more diplomatically and avoided the public fallout, or do you view this as a necessary part of the business? Or is that just you being you and the way you handle things?

I stand behind everything I’ve stated, or I’ll apologize and state I was incorrect. No other company owner of our company’s size, gives as much day-to-day access to the company, the staff and the owner. Often people who want to feud, are doing nothing more than giving me a soapbox to stand on and make my points. As you’ve noted, I’m extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished so if someone attacks the company, the product or the people, then I’ll stand up for it and protect it. I won’t have models bullied or called out on their looks, and will defend them also. I see it as a necessary part of our business we’re upfront and we’re honest. I’ve made myself a pretty big target – and I’m a big boy and I can absorb pretty much anything thrown at me by now and would rather they target me than a model or another company member. I find a lot of it amusing but there have been some pretty nasty threats over the years. I believe jealousy plays a big part of it … and who can blame them? It’s good to me! (was that arrogant enough?)

There has always been, and in many ways continues to be a negative perception of the adult entertainment industry and those who work in it by mainstream society. What can we as an industry do to break down those stereotypes and get people to view us in a more positive light?

That’s a huge question. The adult industry can do more to self-police itself, to ensure that abusive producers don’t get work, to ensure that young people aren’t exposed to porn unnecessarily, to ensure safety concerns are taken seriously, not just STD’s but physical and psychological effects. I’d support a measure that stopped websites from showing any penetration or sexual stimulation from free parts of a website. This would both kills tube sites and stolen content site and ensure that when an 8 year old googles ‘Angels’ she doesn’t get to a porn site to see explicit sex.

We can also hold ourselves with respect, class and aplomb. Go against the stereotype.

How would you define someone as having had a successful porn career? Is it based on popularity, longevity, and financial success? Or does success have a broader definition to you, such as someone using porn as a stepping stone to other things that lead to stability and happiness?

How does one measure success? Is it financial or is it in being able to express oneself? I know trans models who only wanted to do a handful of solo shoots to prove to themselves they were good enough – and the confidence they got from that, would mean that they were successful. Other models like Gia Darling had a good career, a great brand and now lives a different life … successfully. Porn is not a long term career plan, the ones who have been able to do it longer have business plans and use it with escorting, cam work and websites. I think too many girls get caught up in the popularity; they get 1000 likes on twitter and think that will convert to sales; it doesn’t.

Can you tell us about your blog Fallen Angels and Lost Devils.

The only information one could find on models or producers from our part of the industry was on forums like Hungangels.com and often these were rumors more than facts. We started that blog as both an online memorial to those that had died, as an information area and long term, to provide a resource about trans models deaths. It’s the only website we own that I prefer gets updated as seldom as possible.

What is the part of your job you enjoy the most and the part you enjoy the least?

Monday morning getting to see samples of all the content that came from the photographers over the last week – and then being the one to showcase/premier it to the world! I still get a buzz from showing a new model or a killer set.

Apart from rejecting models which I loath, anything to do with working out finances, I’ll leave that to Shannon.

When it’s all said and done and people look back on your career and what you’ve accomplished, what do you hope your legacy will be?

My gravestone would be ‘He came, he left.’

If Grooby survives beyond me, that would be a legacy! I think a lot of our content will be around as long as there is a digital medium. I think Grooby will always be seen as the company that propelled this genre forward in its early days. Who knows? I think the best is yet to come.

I would absolutely agree that the best is yet to come! The first 20 years have been amazing and I can’t wait to see what the next 20 years have in store for us! Thank you once again for taking the time to do this interview.

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Natalia Hot in Hot Pink!

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Natalia rocks Black TGirls in hot pink lace! Natalia is a gorgeous tall tgirl! She has a beautiful face, natural hormone breasts, and a love for being in front of the camera. This model definitely knows how to work her best angles… and she has a lot of them! Enjoy Natalia in her sexy lace lingerie before she strips down and strokes off!

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Grooby Platinum Presents “Real Fucking Girls” Directed by Mona Wales

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Los Angeles, CA – Grooby and Exquisite’s groundbreaking DVD “Real Fucking Girls” is scheduled for release on May 23, 2016. The title marks Mona Wales’ directorial debut and will be released through Grooby’s Platinum Series line with a TEA award winning cast, including Aubrey Kate, Jane Starr, Kelli Lox, Natassia Dreams, Tori Mayes, Amarna Miller, Bella Rossi, Daisy Ducati, Ella Nova, and Simone Sonay.

“‘Real Fucking Girls’ is a tantalizing tell-all film about translesbian sexual encounters where each scene re-tells a real life lesbian hookup of one of our performers,” explained director Mona Wales. “The girls chose their scene partners because they wanted to fuck each other for real, which is why their performances are so diverse and authentic.”

“I loved the idea of Mona Wales producing a DVD with us, especially the collaboration of trans girls and non-trans girls in all aspects of this project,” added Steven Grooby. “I knew we were in for a treat, but when the finished product was delivered it far exceeded my expectation. Each scene is a unique vignette looking into a different aspect of trans girl with non-trans girl erotica. It’s sexy, it’s beautiful, it’s got comedy, and it’s very, very erotic.  This production needs to be recognized for what it is, which is far better than anything else currently being produced in the trans erotica arena that I’ve seen.”

Exquisite/Grooby Sales Manager David Peskin stated,  “Mona Wales, the entire production team and all of the talent have created an absolute masterpiece! The pre-books for this title are phenomenal. Real Fucking Girls is the perfect title to kick off our new Grooby Platinum label.”

Wales continued, “This film was made entirely by talented female porngraphers, ushering in a new era of transpornography. Lensed by AJAPorn, the girls’ bare-naked bodies look bodacious bathed in jeweled colored cinematic light.”

“Real Fucking Girls” features five hot translesbian hardcore scenes filmed by AJAPorn and an exclusive behind the scenes documentary shot by Lilith Lux.

Grooby will also be hosting a movie screening of “Real Fucking Girls” on Friday, June 3rd, in Los Angeles with appearances from cast members and more. Event and ticket information can be found at RealFuckingGirlsMovie.com.

For DVD, VOD, Licensing and Broadcast sales/inquiries (Domestic and Foreign), contact David Peskin at DaveP@expxxx.com or (866) 629-4271 ext. 113. All other inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

About Grooby
Founded in 1996, Grooby is currently based in Los Angeles and is the leading producer of transgender erotica. Operating over 30 membership websites, the company has numerous popular DVD lines and operates the GroobyNetwork.com, which gives models an unique opportunity to own and manage their own solo site. They are also the host of the annual Transgender Erotica Awards. For more information, visit Grooby.com.

About Exquisite
David Peskin took over as the National Sales Manager at Exquisite in September 2015 and worked previously with Grooby during his time at Third World Media. He is currently responsible for all sales exclusively distributed by Exquisite, which include Rodney Moore, DD Busty, Mancini Productions, MeanBitch Productions, and X-Rated Films to name a few. Also under the Exquisite Multimedia umbrella are Juicy Distributors, Exile Distribution, and Elegant Angel. Visit their website at ExquisiteMultimedia.com.

Adriana Plays With Her Pussy!

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Shemale XXX brings back Adriana Lynn Rush for another smoking hot scene! Adriana is a gorgeous model and sexy in every incarnation. This super star now has an impressive 13 scenes on the site! Each one hotter than the last! You’re going to swoon over this tgirl’s huge boobs, succulent ass, and gorgeous new pussy! Enjoy the show! Adriana sure seems to enjoy touching herself!

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Megan Porter and the Ninth Wonder Have Hardcore Chemistry!

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