Stockroom and Grooby Co-Host “Trans Talk” Panel on July 11th

Stockroom and Grooby Presents "Trans Talk"

Los Angeles, CA – Stockroom and Grooby are teaming up on July 11, 2015 to host a special “Trans Talk” panel at Stockroom University. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online or through Stockroom’s retail boutique in Silverlake.

As the conversation around the transgender experience grows within today’s mainstream culture, Stockroom University is offering an unique opportunity to discuss these topics with a panel of Los Angeles’ most well-known trans advocates and adult performers. This event offers a lived experience education around pronouns, sexuality, labels in and out of the adult entertainment industry, and much more.

“I am so happy to be a part of this very important trans panel where I will discuss why I feel that sex work is a valid and empowering choice in the trans world,” said TEA 2013 Best FTM Performer Buck Angel. “We as sex workers get shamed from our own community and this needs to stop. The trans adult world creates everything from jobs to self esteem.”

As an icon of popular culture, Buck Angel’s message of empowerment through self-acceptance has struck a passionate chord across the world. He not only inspires people to think outside the box, but is also redefining gender while educating others on the fluidity of sexuality and identity politics. Angel is the recipient of the 2007 AVN Transsexual Performer of the Year and has received international recognition as a pioneer of an entire new genre and also for his advocacy work. Visit his website at

Trans adult star Morgan Bailey added, “I’m looking forward to contributing to this growing conversation on trans topics. Excited to hear everyone’s questions!”

Morgan Bailey is a popular adult performer who has been the red carpet hostess at the TEAs for the past four years. She’s identified and presented as female since she was 17 and now proudly identifies as trans. Visit her official website at

“I’m excited to be a part of this amazing panel,” added TEA 2014 Voluptuous Diva winner Michelle Austin. “I think this will get more dialogue on the stigma around trans porn. With the uprise to change pronouns and labels in porn, I feel like my voice is needed. To be asked to sit alongside these trans individuals makes me proud. My 15+ years living authentic to myself as a trans woman and my five years in the business, I have a lot to say!”

Michelle Austin is an award winning performer, director, and producer. Since entering the adult industry, she hopes to change the way people look at body image. Affectionately known as the BBW transsexual of adult entertainment, she has created her own brand and continues to perform and produce content. She is the mastermind behind one of the most talked about transman DVDs, Trans Men Adventures. Visit her  new website at FTM.XXX.

“It’s exciting to be involved in Stockroom University, especially to discuss topics I’m passionate about, like what it’s like to be trans and the adult industry,” said TEA 2015 Transcendence Award winner Tori Mayes. “Most of all, I’m honored to share that with amazing individuals who want to broaden their horizons.”

Tori Mayes strives to be a positive influence within the transgender community by educating fans as well as being a supportive and encouraging friend to people exploring and realizing their gender identity. As the first recipient of the TEA Transcendence award, she was recognized as an ambassador within the industry because of her professionalism and positive influence within the adult entertainment community. She can be found interacting with fans and friends on Twitter @redhot_tori.

Stockroom University is hosted by Head Mistress Hudsy Hawn every Saturday at Stockroom Hall at 2811 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA. “Trans Talk” will run from 2-5pm on Saturday, July 11, with tickets available for purchase for $10 at or at their retail boutique.

Founded in 1996, Grooby is based in Los Angeles and is the leading producer of transgender erotica and the host of the annual Transgender Erotica Awards held in Hollywood, CA. Operating over 30 membership websites, the company has numerous popular DVD lines released with Third World Media and operates the, which gives models an unique opportunity to own and manage their own solo site. For more information, visit

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4 LGBT Issues to Focus On Now That We Have Marriage Equality

Same-sex marriage is a huge victory, but LGBT Americans still face high rates of violence, discrimination and poverty


LGBT Americans and allies celebrated Pride this weekend. David McNew/Getty

LGBT Americans and allies celebrated Pride this weekend. David McNew/Getty

Two months after hearing oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 in favor of marriage equality Friday morning, enshrining into law the “fundamental right to marry” for same-sex couples across the country. It was a landmark decision that the LGBT community and its allies spent decades fighting for and that many feared would never come.

But while marriage equality supporters spent Pride weekend rejoicing with rainbow-tinted Facebook avatars and joyous tweets proclaiming that #LoveWins, the road to full equality remains long, and there are still many serious issues facing the LGBT community. Here are four issues LGBT activists and allies can — and should — address now that marriage equality has been achieved.

1. Violence
Lesbian, gay and transgender people, especially those of color, experience violence at disproportionately high rates compared to straight cisgender people. According to the FBI, bias against sexual orientation and gender identity accounted for more than 21 percent of hate crimes reported in 2013, with sexuality the second most common single-bias category following race. Moreover, the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs found that while transgender survivors and victims represented only 19 percent of anti-LGBT violence reported to the organization, transgender women of color accounted for 50 percent of homicide victims. Seven transgender women of color were murdered in the United States during January and February alone of this year; as the Southern Poverty Law Center has pointed out, that’s nearly a murder a week.

2. Employment discrimination
A 2013 Pew Research Center survey found that 21 percent of the LGBT adults surveyed said their employer treated them unfairly because of their sexuality or gender identity. Another report, authored the National Black Justice Coalition and other groups, found that nearly 50 percent of black LGBT people have experienced employment discrimination. Rates are significantly higher for transgender workers — some 90 percent of trans people have reported experiencing on-the-job harassment or mistreatment, while 47 percent said they were fired, not hired or denied a promotion because of their gender identity, according to a national survey.

While 22 states have passed laws making job discrimination due to sexual orientation illegal — 19 also include gender identity — LGBT workers still lack federal protection. The Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, has been introduced in nearly every Congress since 1994, but the hotly contested federal bill didn’t make any headway until 2013, when the Senate for the first time passed the legislation. Still, it failed to make it to the president’s desk.

3. Poverty
Research shows that anti-LGBT discrimination has harmful effects on LGBT workers’ economic wellbeing, leading to high rates of unemployment, homelessness, poor health and food insecurity. Pew found that LGBT workers are more likely to earn less annually compared to the general U.S. population. And the transgender discrimination survey found that trans respondents are nearly four times more likely to earn below $10,000 a year than the average American. A 2009 Williams Institute report also found that same-sex couples are two times more likely to live in poverty than different-sex couples, while single LGB adults are 1.2 times more likely to be poor than their straight counterparts.

4. Health care
Social and systematic discrimination, as well as inadequate health care access, contribute to health disparities for the LGBT community. According the Fenway Institute, LGBT people are more likely than straight people to report unmet health needs and have difficulty accessing care and obtaining insurance, which leads to higher rates of disease, chronic illness, drug use, mental illness and obesity among the population. These disparities are exacerbated for the transgender community. The Transgender Law Center found that, in the private market, the pervasiveness of gender identity discrimination in insurance, denial of insurance coverage and transgender-related health care exclusions keep transgender and gender non-conforming people from accessing medically necessary care such as mental health services, surgery and hormone therapy.

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Grooby’s ‘The TEA Show 2015’ DVD Scheduled for Release for July 7, 2015

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Burbank, CA – Grooby and TWM (Third World Media) recently announced their latest DVD, ‘The TEA Show 2015’. It has a scheduled ship date of July 7, 2015.

“With so many beautiful winning Transgender Erotica Awards performers, we wanted to give fans a title that features some of our favorite standout performers from this year’s show,” said Grooby’s Marketing and Editorial Director Kristel Penn.

“This was a fun scene!” added 2015 TEA winner Kelly Klaymour. “I play the role of a hard-ass CEO, teaching my secretary a lesson after an administrative error…with hot bareback anal, of course! After the punishment, I drown her in so much cum…that I almost feel bad for her. Almost!”

The ‘TEA Show 2015’ DVD has a star studded cast of 2015 TEA winners, including Kylie Maria, Miran, Kelly Klaymour, Jessy Dubai, Nina Lawless, and Robert Axel. Also starring performers Korra Del Rio, Michelle Firestone, and Christian.

“The pre-orders we already have in hand are an early indication that ‘The TEA Show 2015’ is shaping up to become one of the biggest specialty releases this year,” added TWM/Grooby Sales Manager Dave Peskin.

Two of Grooby’s recent titles won at the 2015 TEAs. Buddy Wood’s ‘Shemale Secret Service’ took home the award for Best DVD and the steamy foursome in ‘All T-Girls Vol. 1’ scored big for Best Scene. Both titles can be purchased directly at the

Founded in 1996, Grooby is based in Los Angeles and is the leading producer of transgender erotica. Operating over 30 membership websites, the company has numerous popular DVD lines released with Third World Media and operates the, which gives models an unique opportunity to own and manage their own solo site. For more information, visit

Media inquiries can be directed to Kristel Penn at

For sales inquiries contact or (877) 313-3937, ext. 104.

Transformation Magazine Announces Print and Digital Release of 3rd Annual Sexy Swim Issue


Reno, NV – Transformation Magazine is proud to announce their latest issue, Transformation 94: 3rd Annual Sexy Swim Issue has also hit electronic newsstands for the first time in conjunction with its hard copy release. The magazine hit newsstands on June 16th, 2015 and has just been released on the digital newsstand, making it the first issue in the history of the company to have a digital release!

“Of course, we will always want to sell hard copies because the print photo quality is beautiful and makes these issues collectible, but we understand the demand of rapidly changing media environment and we would like to make Transformation accessible to as many people as possible,” said Transformation’s Editor-in-Chief Hanna Rodgers.

“The idea for a swimsuit issue originally came from my readers who wanted to see more themed issues. I thought the summer edition would be a great opportunity to show the world a variety of beautiful Tgirls in their sexiest swimwear and prove that all gender identities are equal in our eyes,” Rodgers added. “And I couldn’t be happier about having Aubrey Kate as our cover girl this year because she is the epitome of a sun-kissed California blonde bombshell, plus she has incredible natural talent as a model.”

After the huge success of Transformation’s special collaboration issue with Grooby (#TFM93), the company reached out to performer Aubrey Kate for an exclusive photoshoot for their annual swimsuit edition (#TFM94).

”I am so honored to be on the cover!” said Aubrey Kate. “I have wanted to do this for so long! It was so sunny and hot in the middle of the desert, but was definitely one of the most fun shoots to do! It was certainly an adventure getting to this location. I love photo shoots and I really hope this is just the beginning.”

Transformation Magazine embraces everyone on the gender spectrum to show the world that it is important to be true to yourself and express your individuality, from TG/TS to Drag to Queer to Fluid. Their aim is to encourage these efforts by demystifying the variety of “gender identities” with enlightening and entertaining content. Visit their official site at to purchase an issue. You can also follow them on Twitter at @transpubinc.

Behind the (Scandalous) Scenes with Wendy Summers

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Systemic Transmisogyny Inherent in the Legal System

Systemic Transmisogyny Inherent in the Legal System
by Victoria Darling

In 2012, Brittany Carpenter thought she was doing a friend on a fixed income a favor. She sold 20 Vicodin to someone who turned out to be an informant. Brittany is a transgender woman who began her journey in 2004, about a month after she turned 18. She ended up serving five months in a men’s correctional facility: a halfway house because she is transgender, and is currently on three years’ probation during which she needs to submit to a urinalysis to test for illegal drug use. She was provided a private restroom and shower during her confinement and even though she was housed with men, she said that she had no negative experiences. “The director of the facility was gay, so he told everyone if they gave me one issue they would be sent out to prison,” she told me. “The male staff wasn’t allowed to touch me or search me in anyway.” She said that “was allowed to have females only to search me and do my drug tests.”

As a condition of her probation she still needs to submit to drug testing every three months until October 31st of 2015. “In the three years I’ve been on probation, I’ve always been allowed to use the woman’s restroom without someone watching me,” she stated. This suddenly changed on June 16th, 2015. “This time I was forced to go to the men’s restroom and take a drug test while both male probation officer’s watched me. When I requested for a female and to use the female restroom I was told, that I was a man, that I may be a woman in my head but I was still a man, and was told [I couldn’t] have a female [officer present]. When I mentioned that I have used the women’s restroom for the past three years he said that he didn’t care. I had to leave the stall door open and mind you, it’s a public male restroom.”

This kind of incident is not uncommon, and herein lies the problem. The internet is full of reports in which trans women who are housed in men’s correctional facilities experience transmisogyny, violence, and even rape. Cee Cee McDonald was sentenced to a men’s prison for simply defending herself against a male attacker. In February 2013, Leslie Ann Manning –another trans woman incarcerated in a men’s facility– reported being raped by a fellow inmate who threatened to kill her if she reported it. In a lawsuit filed against the State of New York, Manning said that prison officials showed a “deliberate indifference” in failing to protect her from her attacker. There are dozens more instances where law enforcement personnel completely ignore the rights of trans women, and this needs to change. Additionally, since a disproportionate number of trans women are part of the sex work industries, it stands to reason that trans women run a greater risk of incarceration in men’s correctional facilities.

But Brittany Carpenter wasn’t engaged in sex work at all. She was trying to sell a friend’s excess medication to help that friend out. When asked if she had any prior arrests, she said: “Nope. I was a good girl. [It was] just this one thing. My life revolves around my children so I don’t look for trouble.” When asked about the incident on June 16th , Carpenter stated the attending officer “said that I was a man, that I may be a woman in my head but I was still a man, therefore I couldn’t have a female officer [watch me take the test]… I’m terrified just thinking about going back there. Because of this I am now on anti-depression medication as well as having to seek counseling again. I cannot control my crying. I can’t sleep. I feel as I was raped, raped of all my dignity and pride.”

While LGBT advocates are celebrating the inevitable victory of same-sex marriage, there is a disturbing amount of silence about trans women who find themselves in similar situations or unjustly incarcerated in a men’s prison. People need to understand –now more than ever– that trans women are women and deserve the same treatment from the law (and society) that cisgender women do. With so many of us entrenched in the underground economy due to prejudice and circumstance, we deserve to know that if we do go to jail at least we’d be treated like the women we are.

(Originally posted on the Grooby Post)

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Michelle Austin Films Releases T-Boy Strokers

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Houston, TX – Michelle Austin Films and Kennston Productions releases their fourth film of the year. Their first all trans male cast of T-Boy Strokers, featuring some of the hottest trans men in solo action.
T-Boy Strokers features five trans men having a hand at getting themselves off. “Some men have pussies, other men have cocks!” That rings true in this collection of solos from some of the hottest trans men in porn. Four of the guys are pre-op, they have their original plumbing. This marks the debut of the first post-op trans guy in adult work. Messyah Kyng is making his world debut in this film, and he has something big to show off. Also, features Dicky Johnson, Chance Armstrong, Oyle and Eddie Wood using toys or their hands to get off in five unique scenes. Each guy shows you how he gets off and what he enjoys when masturbating. Directed by Michelle Austin and Dicky Johnson.
Kennston Productions and Michelle Austin Films have been creating magic since teaming up together earlier this year. This is their third FTM (female to male) feature of the year. Since the launch of Kennston Productions all FTM site FTM.XXX they have been making waves in trans porn and showing the porn industry more trans men porn.
“We have been wanting to release a whole film showing the world how trans guys get off. Some guys just like to use their hands and others like to stick toys in them, or even other unique ways to get off. I think people need to see how these guys enjoy masturbating.” replies Austin. “We were also, thrilled that Eddie Wood discovered Messyah because it has never been seen on film a post-op trans man.”
T-Boy Strokers will release on June 28, 2015 in DVD and digital download and can be purchased at You can pre-order now before it releases on Monday. For wholesale inquires and more information visit
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Top Philippine nightclub apologises after barring transgender woman


The conservative, largely-Catholic Philippines does not have a law forbidding discrimination against gays and transgender individuals and does not recognize same-sex marriage (AFP Photo/Jay Directo)

Phillipines | June 24th, 2015

One of the Philippines’ top nightclubs has issued an apology after its bouncers barred a transgender fashion designer from entering, triggering outrage in celebrity circles.

The management of the Valkyrie, in an uptown suburb of Manila, issued a statement on Tuesday stressing they do not discriminate against “transwomen and transgender individuals.”

“The Club does not refuse entry on the basis of an individual’s sexual orientation. The Club has, on many previous occasions, welcomed transgender guests into its premises,” said the statement, a copy of which was obtained by AFP on Wednesday.

The apology came after popular designer Veejay Floresca was denied entry into the fashionable nightclub earlier this month.

Floresca said she was barred from Valkyrie on June 12 with a bouncer telling her “cross-dressers are not allowed.”

On June 20, she tried to enter another uptown establishment, the Pool Palace Club, owned by the same company, but was blocked by a bouncer who questioned her California ID card, identifying her as a woman.

“No, you are still a man,” she quoted the bouncer as saying. However, a woman at the club intervened and got Floresca inside, she added.

The incidents touched off a firestorm with many accusing the management of discrimination.

Vice Ganda, one of the country’s most popular comedians, who is a part-owner of Valkyrie, said in a tweet: “The ‘No Crossdressing Policy’ in any establishment is so THIRD WORLD. If Valkyrie implements this crap I will pull out my very small share.”

TV talk show host Boy Abunda, who is gay, also expressed support for Floresca, saying, “Whether you are a cross-dresser or a transgender woman… you still have rights.”

The management said the clubs’ personnel were only enforcing a policy to deny entry to someone if they doubt that person is presenting an authentic identification card, the statement said.

“Club management recognises, however, that it may be necessary to provide further training to its staff to ensure that they are better able to communicate the club’’ guidelines and policies to its patrons in order to avoid misunderstanding in the future,” it added.

The conservative, largely-Catholic Philippines does not have a law forbidding discrimination against gays and transgender individuals and does not recognise same-sex marriage.

However a USAID study in 2014 said that “Filipinos are generally accepting of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people,” with some local communities having ordinances barring discrimination.


Maine’s Famous Trans Teen Makes TV Acting Debut

By Michael Kennedy | June 17, 2015

Maine’s most famous transgender teen is making her acting debut next Tuesday on national television.

USA Network announced today that Nicole Maines will star in an upcoming episode of the show “Royal Pains”.


Transgender student Nicole Maines (center) with her father, Wayne Maines (left), and brother Jonas, speaks to reporters outside the Penobscot Judicial Center, Wednesday, June 12, 2013, in Bangor. (Robert F. Bukaty | AP/Pool)


Maines, a 17-year old high school senior, made headlines when she won aMaine transgender rights case. The ruling saw the Maine Supreme Judicial Court guarantee the right of a transgender child to use the school bathroom designated for the gender with which he or she identifies.

The episode titled “The Prince of Nucleotides” — set to air 10 p.m. Tuesday, June 23 —  will feature Nicole as she plays a trans choreographer who discovers that the hormones she’s taking may be putting her health at risk.

USA Network is also airing a public service announcement about the transgender community, sponsored by a partnership with PFLAG, the nation’s largest LGBTQ family and ally organization.

To see what the star Mark Feuerstein has to say check out:

“We are thrilled to be telling the story about Anna, a transgender teen, in this episode of ‘Royal Pains,” Executive Producers Michael Rauch and Andrew Lenchewski wrote in a statement sent to The Huffington Post. “Spreading the word about the complicated issues that arise in identifying as transgender and about how crucial support from friends and family and quality healthcare is, in making transitioning less stressful, seemed not only organic to our medical show, but an important story to tell. In telling this story, casting a transgender person was essential to us. The opportunity to have Nicole Maines, a transgender teen herself, who in her acting debut proved to be a very talented actress as well, was deeply gratifying. Nicole brought the character of Anna, written beautifully by Carol Flint, to life and depicted her with strength, intelligence and humanity — all traits Nicole possesses herself. We are very proud of this storyline, of the episode and of the opportunity to work with Nicole.”

Since her court case, Nicole hasn’t left the media spotlight. In November of 2014, Maines was selected to represent Maine in Glamour Magazine’s “Hometown Heroes: 50 Phenomenal Women of the Year Who Are Making A Difference.”  In 2011, she was the keynote speaker at the 2011 GLAAD banquet, and in 2012 Maines and her family received the Roger Baldwin award, the Maine ACLU’s highest award for civil right advocacy.

“Playing Anna on Royal Pains was an incredible experience and the amount of warmth and encouragement that I received from the cast and crew was so unexpected, but welcome,” Maines said in a statement published at E! Online. “Everyone’s words were so supportive and kind and they really made me feel part of the cast immediately, and made my very first television acting experience a pleasure—one I will remember forever.”

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Grooby Launches New UK TGirls Website

UK TGirls

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby, the leading producer of trans erotica, announced their newest site this week,

“I moved out of the UK in 1996 and I don’t think I’d met a transsexual before that. The majority of models we’ve worked with have been in North and South America and Asia,” said Grooby owner Steven Grooby.  “Over the years we’ve always been able to source a few UK models who have proven popular, but it became apparent in late 2014 that there were a lot more British tgirls who were now looking to model.”

Grooby has been working with a UK producer for the last few years and thought it would be worth showcasing British trans girls with their own website. The company invited the producer to shoot for the new site while running it from their Los Angeles office.

“The UK is one of the great melting pots of the world, so we aim to bring girls from all backgrounds and cultures, and even include some Northern European models who don’t have another place to appear,” added Grooby. “The European girls do look different to models from other countries and we’re hoping to capitalize on everything that’s cool and unique about the UK culture on this site.”

UK Tgirls features both solo and hardcore content, including dildo scenes, t-girl on t-girl action, and event photos from local UK clubs. Visit the official site at

Founded in 1996, Grooby is based in Los Angeles and is the leading producer of transgender erotica. Operating over 30 membership websites, the company has numerous popular DVD lines released with Third World Media and operates the, which gives models an unique opportunity to own and manage their own solo site. For more information, visit

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