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Grooby to Donate Additional 5% of Model Fees to Trans Adult Industry Foundation

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Los Angeles, CA – Leading trans erotica and lifestyle company, Grooby, announced they will be donating an extra 5% on top of all model fees for every N. American and European model they shoot for their sites  to the recently formed Trans Adult Industry Foundation (TAIF).  

“I believe by adding a donation to TAIF on each shoot we do will set a precedent to ourselves and hopefully other companies as a simple way to build an ongoing stream of money directly to the fund,” said Grooby founder Steven Grooby. “It’s also intended to display to the models we’re working with that each of their shoots has a direct impact on how much we can contribute back to the causes we support.  I’d love to engage other companies on this and see if we can make it industry wide in our niche.”

Grooby currently shoots between 500-600 scenes in N. America and Europe annually. With the extra donations from each shoot, the company hopes to raise over $24,000 this year in addition to extra fundraising activities.

Trans Adult Industry Foundation (TAIF) raises money, by fundraising and corporate sponsorships, to distribute funds directly to charitable organizations that provide life-affirming support services to the transgender population. This includes, but is not limited to, groups who work in housing, call centers, emergency shelters, and advocacy. The intention of TAIF is to provide resources to trans people, with a specific focus on the needs of the performers in our community. For more information, visit TAIF.org.

Please note as TAIF is not yet a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, any contributions to the organization are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.

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The Equality Act Would Provide Comprehensive LGBT Civil Rights. It’s About Time.

By: Rabbi Steve Fox, Rabbi Hara Person  | August 14th, 2015

Daniel Raeder, 17, of Rockville, Md., holds a rainbow flag by the Capitol as thousands of gay rights advocates rally in Washington, on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Daniel Raeder, 17, of Rockville, Md., holds a rainbow flag by the Capitol as thousands of gay rights advocates rally in Washington, on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

When we heard the news that the United States Supreme Court had ruled 5-4 to strike down bans on same-sex marriage, we were thrilled. Reform Judaism, led by the Reform Rabbinate of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, has long advocated for the rights of our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters, and this decision brought our world one step closer to fully realizing that we are all created b’tzelem Elohim, in the divine image.

But we also realized that this was just one step, and that the fight for full equality for LGBTQ Americans must continue. Despite how pleased we were with the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage, in many states, members of the LGBTQ community are still at risk of losing their jobs for their sexual orientation, lack protection from physical violence, or are denied rights to hospital visits with ill spouses.

At the moment, only 19 states ban discrimination based on both sexual orientation and gender identity, and three ban discrimination based on sexual orientation solely. Just as the tide of love and equal marriage rights swept the nation with the Obergefell v Hodges decision, now too must the demand for equal treatment and equal protection be enforced nationwide. This is why we’re expressing our strong support for the Equality Act, which was just introduced to Congress, and urge its swift adoption.

The Equality Act would at long last provide equal protection from discrimination to all Americans regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. It would build on the Civil Rights Act by amending and expanding existing laws that have been incredibly impactful in reducing discrimination based on race and adding protections for Americans from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace, housing, public accommodations, education and many other areas of public life.

And just as Reform Judaism was active at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement fighting racial discrimination and advancing the cause of racial equality – though there continues to be much work to be done on this front as well – Reform Rabbis and the communities we lead will continue to fight for full inclusion and equality for the LGBTQ community.

Reform Judaism was one of the first branches of Jewish groups to support LGBTQ rights. The Central Conference of American Rabbis – the Rabbinical leadership organization of the Reform Movement – endorsed full equality before the law for gay and lesbian Americans in 1977. In 1996, CCAR endorsed a resolution supporting the right of gay and lesbian couples to share fully and equally in the rights of civil marriage.

Building on these calls for equality, the CCAR passed a resolution in 2000 stating that, “the relationship of a Jewish, same-gender couple is worthy of affirmation through appropriate Jewish ritual.” Any individuals worthy of this admiration and affirmation through our rituals is also worthy of – and the United States government is morally obliged to afford – legal protection from biased policies because of their identity.

Reform Rabbis and the Reform community as a whole, will continue to stand on the side of those who struggle for equality, and lift up their causes. We stand unequivocally for the right of all persons to fulfill their destiny without forfeiting any right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. No one should be denied equal access to employment, housing, public accommodations, education, federal funding, credit, or jury selection on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

The CCAR has called upon Congress to pass the Equality Act. We urge Congress to act immediately, and for the president to sign and order implement of its protections without delay.

Commentary by Rabbi Steven A. Fox and Rabbi Hara Person. Rabbi Fox is the CEO of the Central Conference of American Rabbis (CCAR), the rabbinic leadership organization of Reform Judaism in North America and worldwide. Rabbi Person is the publisher and director of the CCAR Press, where she works with CCAR leadership and members to produce books and other publications for rabbis, congregations, and the Jewish community.

Read More at the Huffington Post.

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Trans Adult Industry Foundation (TAIF) Created to Support Its Community

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Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles based non-profit organization, Trans Adult Industry Foundation, Inc. (TAIF), launched this week. The Board of Directors are advocate and educator Buck Angel, Grooby owner Steven Grooby, and Grooby Marketing Director Kristel Penn.

“Giving back is a very important part of my work so joining with TAIF was a no brainer,” said educator and adult industry veteran Buck Angel. “We as adult entertainment producers and performers have been shunned by some LGBTQ organizations when we have tried to donate our money. This makes me sad because essentially they are saying, ‘your money is not good enough to save lives.’ So with that came TAIF, and something good came out of a negative. Excited to see the future of TAIF and helping our community. #gratitude.”

“We’ve a long standing history of promoting and donating to causes that are related to our specific niche and I’ve nurtured a few ideas on how we can ‘give back’ to our community without being able to bring them to fruition,” said Grooby founder Steven Grooby. “TAIF has taken the best of our previous ideas and is also born out of frustration on wanting to get funds to those most in need, with some charities refusing to accept money from adult companies. Buck, Kristel, and I are looking forward to reaching out to other companies, models, and fans and have some cool fundraising ideas, as well as funneling a portion of Grooby’s profits directly to the foundation.”

Board of Directors Buck Angel, Steven Grooby, and Kristel Penn had been brainstorming for nearly a year before creating TAIF. All agreed on the importance of providing assistance to groups who support trans performers in the adult industry and believed a non-profit organization was the most effective way to ensure funds are distributed where needed. Any contributions made through TAIF will be listed on its website with full transparency. Companies in the adult industry who want to work with TAIF should contact Kristel Penn at kristel@grooby.com.

Lawrence Walters, Esq., General Counsel to the Foundation, applauded the effort, saying, “The trans community will be well-served by this clearinghouse for effective donations, and the Directors are committed to raising the necessary funds to make a difference.”

Trans Adult Industry Foundation (TAIF) raises money, by fundraising and corporate sponsorships, to distribute funds directly to charitable organizations that provide life-affirming support services to the transgender population. This includes, but is not limited to, groups who work in housing, call centers, emergency shelters, and advocacy. The intention of TAIF is to provide resources to trans people, with a specific focus on the needs of the performers in our community. For more information, visit TAIF.org.

Please note as TAIF is not yet a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, any contributions to the organization are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.

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Transgender Inmate Will Likely Get Parole Instead Of Court-Ordered Surgery

From: Associated Press | August 11th, 2015

The decision makes it less likely that the 51-year-old will be able to have the surgery funded by the prison before she is released.

FILE - This May 21, 2015 file photo Inmate Michelle-Lael Norsworthy speaks during her parole hearing at Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, Calif.  Gov. Jerry Brown is weighing whether to grant parole for Norsworthy, a transgender inmate who is trying to force California to become the first state to pay for a prisoner's sex reassignment surgery. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater,File)

FILE – This May 21, 2015 file photo Inmate Michelle-Lael Norsworthy speaks during her parole hearing at Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown is weighing whether to grant parole for Norsworthy, a transgender inmate who is trying to force California to become the first state to pay for a prisoner’s sex reassignment surgery. (AP Photo/Steve Yeater,File)

 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown is allowing parole for a transgender inmate who is trying to force California to become the first state to pay for sex reassignment surgery.

A federal judge in April ordered the state to provide the surgery, which had been scheduled for July. It was delayed after the state appealed.

The governor’s office said Friday that Brown was taking no action on the Board of Parole Hearings’ recommendation to release Michelle-Lael Norsworthy, which means her parole will proceed.

The decision makes it less likely that the 51-year-old will be able to have surgery funded by the prison before she is released. Parole board spokesman Luis Patino said it usually takes about a week for an inmate to be released after the governor allows a parole to proceed.

Brown decided Norsworthy is no longer dangerous, 30 years after she fatally shot Franklin Gordon Liefer Jr., 26, following an argument in a Fullerton bar in November 1985.

Norsworthy, then 21, was convicted of second-degree murder after she shot Liefer three times. He died six weeks later.

She is being held at Mule Creek State Prison, a men’s prison in Ione, near Sacramento. Prison records refer to her by her birth name of Jeffrey Bryan Norsworthy, though she has lived as a woman since the 1990s.

She was diagnosed with gender identity disorder in 1999 and began taking female hormones. She began asking the corrections department for the surgery in 2012 after learning a judge for the first time had ordered Massachusetts to provide an inmate with the procedure. However, that decision was overturned on appeal in December, and the U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene.

The 9th Circuit agreed to hear California’s appeal of U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar’s ruling and a hearing is scheduled for Thursday. The appellate court noted that the case raises serious legal questions about whether denying the surgery violates Norsworthy’s constitutional rights against cruel and unusual punishment.

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The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says it has met all of its legal requirements by providing Norsworthy with counseling and hormone therapy.

The state filed paperwork in federal court Friday saying it has agreed to provide sex reassignment surgery for another inmate, Shiloh Quine, 56, to settle a separate lawsuit.

“CDCR evaluates every case individually, and in the Quine case, every medical doctor and mental health clinician who has reviewed this case, including two independent mental health experts, determined that this surgery is medically necessary for Quine,” corrections department spokesman Jeffrey Callison said in an emailed statement.

Quine, formerly known as Rodney James Quine, is serving a life sentence for murder, kidnapping and robbery.

Norsworthy testified at her parole hearing in May that she accepts responsibility for her crime. She said at the time, she was “pretty much drinking every day all day” but is now sober and attends Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in prison.

She said she also takes steps to control her anger and make better judgments.

Read More about Michelle-Lael Norsworthy on Huffington Post.

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Chris Christie Vetoes Bill That Would Allow Trans People to Change Birth Certificates

By Marina Fang | August 11th, 2015

CLEVELAND, OH - AUGUST 06:  Republican presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie participates in the first prime-time presidential debate hosted by FOX News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. The top-ten GOP candidates were selected to participate in the debate based on their rank in an average of the five most recent national political polls.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

CLEVELAND, OH – AUGUST 06: Republican presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie participates in the first prime-time presidential debate hosted by FOX News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. The top-ten GOP candidates were selected to participate in the debate based on their rank in an average of the five most recent national political polls. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday vetoed a bill that would have made it easier for transgender people to change their name and gender identification on their birth certificates. Christie claimed that the bill would result in “legal uncertainties” and that it raised “legitimate and significant concerns” over security.

“Birth certificates unlock access to many of our nation and state’s critical and protected benefits such as passports, driver’s licenses, and social services, as well as other important security-dependent allowances,” Christie said in a statement announcing the veto. “Accordingly, I remain committed to the principle that efforts to significantly alter State law concerning the issuance of vital records that have the potential to create legal uncertainties should be closely scrutinized and sparingly approved.”

The Birth Certificate Modernization Bill would allow state agencies to change a transgender person’s birth certificate,as long as the individual provided proof of undergoing treatment for a gender transition from a medical professional. Currently under state law, transgender individuals can only amend their birth certificates if they have undergone full gender reassignment surgery, which can be costly and creates barriers for low-income transgender individuals.

In June, the bill passed overwhelmingly in both chambers of the New Jersey legislature. One of the bill’s sponsors, Democratic Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, accused Christie, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate, of vetoing the bill for political reasons.

“Instead of updating a standard state procedure to be more inclusive and reflective of our changing society, the governor has once again chosen to pander to the right by masquerading behind baseless arguments,” she said.

Transgender advocates condemned Christie’s veto, stressing how authorizing the bill would have granted more rights to transgender individuals.

“His veto on this bill keeps in place outdated and burdensome requirements that make it incredibly difficult for transgender people to get birth certificates that match who they are,” the National Center for Transgender Equality said in a statement. “Birth certificates play an enormous role in transgender people’s ability to live their life as the person that they are.”

“Many of us wouldn’t think twice when asked to show our ID, but this is a very serious issue for transgender people. Having identity documents that accurately reflect who you are is vital in so many areas of everyday life – from applying for a job to exercising our rights at the ballot box. Governor Christie’s veto makes life more difficult for transgender people in New Jersey with absolutely no benefit to the state,” said Mason Davis, the executive director of the Transgender Law Center.

This is the second time Christie has vetoed the bill — when it last came up in 2014, Christie gave the same reason for vetoing it.

According to the Human Rights Campaign, eight states plus the District of Columbia have legislation that eliminates the mandate that transgender individuals need to get surgery before they can amend their birth certificates.

Read more about this developing story at The Huffington Post.

Meet Blossom, an Incredible Trans Woman With a Message You Should Hear

By: Caitlyn Jenner | August 10th, 2015

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This article is part of an on-going original series written by Caitlyn Jenner for WhoSay called “The Real Me,” which explores issues and people in the LGBT community.

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Hi, my friends! This week I want to introduce you to a young woman who holds a special spot in my heart. When I was up in San Francisco at the HRC facility, I met this wonderful young lady named Blossom. She is enthusiastic, energetic, and just absolutely great. I love her story.

She’s about to be the first trans woman to graduate from Mississippi University for Women — an incredible accomplishment. The problem she has right now is that she hasn’t been able to take the leap from college to nursing school, and she really feels like the reason she’s not able to do that is because she’s trans. She wants to work in public health in the trans community and I know she would be absolutely great. Blossom is just such a wonderful person and she deserves to be in nursing school. I want to see what we can do to help her out. I want her to tell you her story. Blossom, the floor is all yours…

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Hi everyone! Blossom here. Caitlyn, thank you for this platform. I love your energy and personality.

When I was I was young, I always figured something was a little different about me. I remember telling my music teacher when she’d call roll that my name was “Brittany” instead of my government name. In kindergarten, I was taking crayons and coloring my nails red. I’m the oldest child out of four children and sometimes I would play with my sisters’ dolls and dress up in my mother’s things when she wasn’t around…different things like that.

That said, I had no idea who I was. Throughout middle school and high school, I was dating women and men. I could put on boy clothes and try to fit in with the gay community, but I always felt like something was always off about me. I really wasn’t happy with myself. When I was 19 or 20 I started researching, trying to figure out why I still had these feelings after so long. It kind of hit me, “Hey, you might be trans.”

When I first started transitioning, I didn’t know what it was like to be trans. I didn’t know about hormones or how to dress as a woman. I had to do a lot of researching on my own. At first, I was doing it in the night time because my parents weren’t receptive of my transitioning and I didn’t want to get kicked out of the house.

 

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When I moved out of the house, things finally started to come together for me. I was finally able to go to work dressed as a woman, (even though when they hired me I was still coming to work dressed as a boy because of the whole parents situation).

During my studies I was a huge nursing fanatic and I started applying for nursing school. I did my undergrad — my two years at the community college — and I was convinced I would get accepted. But after the first time, I didn’t get in. I thought maybe I needed to boost my GPA, so I did that and tried again. The next time, I tried for two different nursing programs and still didn’t get in. I kept applying and applying, up until about the sixth time and still nothing.

I never got an explanation. It kind of dawned on me that the most likely reason is because I’m trans. I started publicly transitioning the year I applied to nursing school and I think that negatively affected the school’s decision.

At that point, I had finished community college so I transferred to Mississippi University for Women for my last two years of college and decided to major in public health, which is what I’m finishing now. Hopefully when I’m done with my public health major, I’ll finally be able to get into nursing school.

 

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I want to go into public health nursing and focus my work on the LGBT community general. I feel like we’re the ones that need the most help — especially the transgender community. I’m a trans health advocate and I want to develop resources and mentorships for them.

First and foremost, we need to reduce the number of murders of transgender women of color. There is not one day where I don’t wake up, get dressed, and think that I might be a target. Transgender women of color are misgendered in the media all the time. Plus, the media often makes it seem like we deserve to be murdered. Supposedly we “aren’t being honest about who we are” — when in reality, we are most likely being punished for being who we are and by telling our truths. The ultimate price of this is being murdered. I hope that these murders can be reduced. It’s very sad.

For those of you in the transgender community who are having problems with acceptance, never lose hope or give up on your dreams. There is light at the end of the tunnel. We all have major setbacks, but they are only setups for a major comeback. We deserve to be here, just like everyone else. Never cheat yourself out of this world because people refuse to accept you. Continue to live your truth, embrace yourself, and keep your head held high. We are beautiful, smart, and outgoing people and we will survive! We are in this together! I love you all!

For more information on the transgender movement, see a list of resources at CaitlynJenner.com.

Read more from this article at The Huffington Post.

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