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Grooby’s Florida Roadtrip #5 Hits Shelves Today

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby is proud to announce their latest title, Florida Roadtrip #5. The DVD is now available for purchase at the GroobyStore.com.

“Jack Flash once again delivers some of the hottest performers from the Sunshine State,” stated Steven Grooby. “We’re at our fifth installment of this series with no intention of bringing down the heat. We’ve assembled a strong cast of our current Florida hotties and I think our customers are going to be very pleased.”

Florida Roadtrip #5 is directed by Jack Flash and features five hardcore scenes from Florida’s top performers, such as Jennifer Revlon, Barbie, Diana Love, Mayland, and Christina Skyye. This DVD, along with Grooby’s other newest titles, can be purchased directly at the GroobyStore.com.

 

ABOUT GROOBY

Founded in 1996, Grooby is the leading producer of trans erotica. In addition to operating over 30 membership sites, the company has numerous popular DVD lines, and host the annual TEAs (Transgender Erotica Awards) held in Hollywood, CA. For more information, visit Grooby.com.

Photographer Opening at Grooby!

Are you a seasoned or budding shooter looking to get into the industry? We have a job opening for a photographer in the Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary areas.

Equipment

You need to be working with a good quality digital camera at least 5mp and able to shoot at high resolutions, have a portable set of lights and a DV camera (takes mini-DV tapes).

What’s in it for you?

Apart from the opportunity to meet and work with all these great girls? We offer competitive rates of pay and on-going work. If you shoot enough girls in one location for us, we’ll close off that area so only you can work that patch. Most of our photographers have been working with us for years, you treat us right and it comes back to you!

The Job

To be able to meet and make connections with TS models on your own, whether through the internet, newspapers, the street or your own contacts. To take good quality, well-lit photos and video clips for the internet. To present yourself and the company in a good image. We expect photographers to work exclusively for us within the US but may make exception elsewhere. Photographers are responsible for getting ID’s and legal paperwork from the models and sending it to us. The ability to either FTP the images or cut to CD and mail in to our office with the tapes and paperwork.

If you think this is something you’re interested in, please send your full details, location and sample photos to michael@grooby.com with the subject line “Photographer.”

July 19th, 2017|Categories: Featured Post, News|Tags: , |0 Comments

2018 Marks 10th Anniversary for the TEAs

Los Angeles, CA – The 2018 Transgender Erotica Awards (also known as the TEAs) will celebrate their 10th anniversary with special guests and features planned for the upcoming show. The three-day event will be held during March 9-11 at Avalon and Bardot (Avalon’s connecting property) located in Hollywood, CA.

The TEAs continues to be the only event of its kind, celebrating the accomplishments of the trans adult industry. From its humble beginnings as an online competition hosted by Grooby, it has since expanded into a three-day event drawing in guests from all over the world.

“It’s hard to believe that we’ve been doing this for 10 years,  it seems like we’re just getting started in what we can accomplish with this show,” said Steven Grooby. “The growth has been tremendous and the support we’ve gained both from the trans community and the wider adult business community fantastic. I’m looking forward to seeing what we can do to make this show extra special this year and make sure as many people can come and enjoy it.”

Following the same schedule as last year, the 3-day event will kick off with a pre-party on Friday, March 9, at the Bardot, a daytime fan convention on Saturday, and finishing off with the popular awards ceremony on Sunday, March 11, at the Avalon. More details about the event will be released in the months to come. Visit their official website at theTEAShow.com.

The 2018 sponsorship packages are now posted to the website here: http://www.theteashow.com/sponsorship-info

Sponsor and media inquiries can be directed to Kristel Penn at kristel@grooby.com.

Grooby’s ‘Bob’s TGirls and Their Fucking Machines 2’ Hits Shelves Today

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby and Exquisite are proud to announce their highly anticipated DVD, Bob’s TGirls and Their Fucking Machines 2. Part of the Grooby Spotlight series, this is the sophomore follow-up to TEA winner Bob Maverick’s inaugural title from earlier this year.

“After receiving such positive feedback from the first DVD, we knew we wanted to see who else was willing to go up against Bob’s infamous Fucking Machine,” said Steven Grooby. “We’ve hand selected a great variety of performers to showcase just how this machine handles against the best of the best alongside some notable newbies.”

The series, created by TEA winner Bob Maverick, is groundbreaking in trans porn for its creative use of a Fucking Machine. Bob’s TGirls and Their Fucking Machines 2 stars Honey Foxxx, Chelsea Marie, Michelle Firestone, Lena Kelly, Oliviah Ovahness, and Bailey Love in six hardcore scenes directed by Bob Maverick. It is available for purchase at GroobyStore.com.

Media inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

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

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Grooby Releases Special Edition 2-Disc DVD for ‘The TEA Show 2017’

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby is proud to announce their latest DVD, The TEA Show 2017. The 2-disc special edition includes hardcore scenes from 2017 TEA winners and exclusive footage from the most recent TEA show held this past March at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA. This is the first time TEA show footage has been available on DVD.

“This is one of my favorite releases of the year – not only does it bring together some of the greatest TS performers into one multi-scene release, but it also ties in a lot of footage from the TEAs for those unable to attend (and to encourage people to come next year),” said Steven Grooby.  “There is a lot going on in this DVD with a wide range of girls, including Aubrey Kate and Natalie Mars, who are both featured in a lot of recent productions, but I believe these scenes exemplify why they and the other girls were so popular this year.”

The TEA Show 2017 stars 2017 TEA winners Aubrey Kate, Mia Maffia, Megumi, Natalie Mars, and Casey Kisses in five hardcore scenes. A special bonus disc includes exclusive footage from the 2017 TEA Show hosted by viral sensation and TEA Lifetime Achievement recipient TS Madison. Purchase your copy at the GroobyStore.com.

Media inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

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

 

Grooby to Take Over Transformation Magazine’s Editorial Content

Los Angeles, CA – Transformation Magazine, the world’s foremost trans publication, marks their newly released Issue #101 with Grooby. From this point forward, the trans erotica company will be handling the magazine’s print and online editorial content with newly appointed editor, Kristel Penn.

“It is always frightening to move outside of your comfort zone, which is what I did when I appointed Kristel Penn as the new editor of Transformation, but seeing what an outstanding job she did with Issue #101 I know I made the right decision,” said Transformation’s President Hanna Rodgers. “She really outdid herself with this issue, packing it with beautiful photos and fascinating interviews and features, that all readers and fans are going to simply love. I very excited to see what Kristel does in the future, and feel confident that she will bring Transformation the fame it so deserves.”

“This seems like the perfect match,” added Steven Grooby. “Transformation and Grooby are two of the longest running companies working with trans content and both are fantastic brands. I believe we can help build Transformation with the wealth of editorial content we can bring from writers and photographers worldwide and with Kristel as the new editor, she has a finger on the pulse of what is going on in the adult industry and the wider trans community. Transformation is already a fantastic publication and resource, but I believe readers are going to be pleasantly surprised by the planned future articles.”

Stated Kristel Penn, “Although Grooby has guest edited a few Transformation issues in the past, this our first on our own. Jeri, and now Hanna, have worked so hard to build up this brand and I consider it a great responsibility to take over as the new Editor. I’ve been in talks with so many talented LGBTQ writers for the road ahead and I’m excited to spread the wealth of info they’ve shared in the pages of the magazine. We’ll be retaining many of Transformation’s most celebrated features and adding in lots of fresh new content and voices to the fold.”

Transformation #101 is a star-studded awards-themed issue with 2017 TEA Best Hardcore Performer on the cover (shot by Isabel Dresler) with an in-depth personal interview with Steven Grooby, photospreads of 2017 TEA Lifetime Achievement Winners Natassia Dreams and Wendy Williams, exclusive coverage of the 2017 TEAs in Hollywood, a touching interview between 2016 TEA Best Internet Personality winner Becca Benz and her son, beauty tips from Isabella Sorrenti, Steven Grooby’s follow-up piece on the future of VR, readers letters, and much more. Issue #101 and previous issues can be purchased directly at CenturianOnline.com.

Grooby has previously edited special issues of Transformation, including Issue #97 with cover model Kylie Maria and Issue #99 with cover model Jenna Tales. They are currently accepting bikini submissions for Transformation’s annual Sexy Swimsuit issue due out later this summer. They can be submitted directly to kristel@grooby.com.

Grooby’s ‘All My Mother’s Lovers’ Wins the ‘Most Tantalizing Trans Film’ Award at the Toronto International Porn Festival


Grooby, the leading producer in trans erotica, scored big at the Toronto International Porn Festival this past weekend winning the coveted ‘Most Tantalizing Trans Film’ Award for “All My Mother’s Lovers” co-directed by Mona Wales and Arabelle Raphael.

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby’s “All My Mother’s Lovers” directed by Mona Wales and Arabelle Raphael took home the coveted Most Tantalizing Trans Film Award at the Toronto International Porn Festival this past weekend.

“We really love Mona’s work and were excited to see her and Arabelle sharing directorial duties for ‘All My Mother’s Lovers,’” said Steven Grooby. “As a fan of cinema and, in particular, their inspiration ‘Stealing Beauty’ with Liv Tyler, I think they assembled the perfect cast to capture the romanticism of the original movie. This is a really groundbreaking addition to our genre.”

“Mona and Arabelle were both kind enough to speak about filming ‘All My Mother’s Lovers’ at a workshop I co-facilitated on destigmatizing porn at Kink back in March,” added Grooby’s Marketing and Editorial Director Kristel Penn. “They eloquently discussed the importance of authenticity and diversity in narratives in trans porn and worked diligently to make sure those ideas were translated on-screen.”

The sensual “cumming-of-age” story follows young Freya Wynn as she follows her mother’s (Delia Delions) footsteps to the front door of a lesbian commune and into the arms of her mother’s beautiful lovers (Mona Wales, Arabelle Raphael, Mandy Mitchell, and Bianca Stone). Purchase your copy at the GroobyStore.com.

Media inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

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

Grooby’s “TGirls Porn Volume 7” Now Available for Purchase

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby, the leader in trans erotica, released their latest DVD, TGirls Porn Volume 7, now available at the GroobyStore.com. This edition is the seventh installment of the popular long-running series and features five hardcore UK and US tgirl-on-tgirl scenes.

“TGirls Porn Volume 7 comes from one of our most popular series to date,” stated Steven Grooby. “We’ve handpicked some of our best-selling scenes and I think our customers are going to love this new batch of up and coming  performers coming through the pipeline.”

TGirls Porn Volume 7 stars Natalie Mars, Brooklyn Roberts, Mara Nova, Beth Bell, Maisie Le Fay, Laura Smith, Lady Chrysallis Estrella, Lusinda Divine, Lana Solaire, and Shelbi Trutch. The popular series features authentic trans lesbian hardcore scenes featuring some of the hottest TS performers. Buy your copy today at the GroobyStore.com.

Media inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

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

 

Kelli Lox on art, porn, life, and social media!

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Kelli Lox is one of the biggest names in the trans porn industry, but her popularity and influence far exceeds that of just the world of porn. Kelli is known for her intelligence and her open and honest approach to life, and for her willingness to speak her mind. She is a true artist in every sense of the world, expressing her creativity in a wide variety of mediums. Kelli has broken down the stereotypes of what so many people assume a pornstar to be and has blazed a new path and become a role model to many. I had the pleasure of interviewing this amazing lady and getting a glimpse into her life and a better understanding of what drives her.

You have what many would consider to be a dream job, being a model in the porn industry. Is the job really as glamorous and interesting and much fun as people would assume?

Yes and no. It’s very Wizard of Oz in that way, as in, you sometimes do and sometimes don’t want to look behind the curtain. I don’t know if it’s better to maintain that ‘it’s so glamorous’ thing or to humanize it with unglamorous details. But I will say, yes. Yes the life of a porn star is fucking rad. You get to travel and have sex with beautiful people and party and make money and get treated like a fucking rock star everywhere you go and interact with fans and great creative people. It is a dream job, for sure.

How did you get your start working in the porn industry?

I modeled for art classes in college and when I transitioned I wanted to get back into it. A photographer friend of mine helped me make a profile on a modeling website and I started dancing at a local trans strip club. I got some modeling work and then got an offer to do a shoot for Grooby. The scene did well and I attended what was at that time called the Tranny Awards in LA. And the rest is history I guess.

Dancing seems to be one of your passions, since you’ve done everything from ballet to stripping. Can you tell us what dancing means to you?

Dance is one of the purest art forms. It requires little to no equipment and anyone can do it. And the trained dancer’s body is a work of art, too. I had to quit ballet when I transitioned, and I might be getting too old to dance in strip clubs, but I still have my pole in my bedroom.

Did you attend college before or after transitioning? Can you talk about what your college experience was like and what you majored in? Has your college education been useful in helping you to become successful in porn?

When I was in college, I was a boy with a secret. I was in a serious relationship with a girl and I earned my B.S. in geography. I went on to get a Master’s degree and got a professional job and that’s how I supported/support all my loved ones and why today I have been unemployed for nearly six months but drive a new car and live in a mansion. College is so important for a lifetime of financial stability and my dream is to help young trans girls get a college education. Sucking men’s dicks as a way to make ends meet is fun but when you get older you will want stability and you’ll question the choices you made in your 20’s with a critical eye.

Kelli Lox Through The BenzWhat does Grooby means to you?

Grooby is to the transgender movement what the Beatles is to the 60’s. You can look at the Beatles’ work and track an entire mental process of a generation. Same with Grooby. If you look at the way they’ve changed their terminology and marketing over the past few years, it reads like the diary of our social movement. For example, they changed the name of their awards show from The Tranny Awards to Transgender Erotica Awards. That’s like leaving the Sgt. Peppers and Yellow Submarine stuff and going to White Album, you know? It coincides with a mental change in awareness of a lot of people. Like, okay that’s not cool anymore for whatever reason, let’s class it up and grow up a bit. I am very proud of the people at Grooby, and I am very proud of my good working relationship with Grooby. They get a lot of flak from lots of folks, but that’s to be expected. Like Peter Acworth at Kink, you just become an easy target for a lot of angry people who have an axe to grind. At the center of these companies, there are very cool and well-meaning people who really just want to do the right thing and also remain profitable. I know we want to hold people accountable but if there’s a way to do that without being dicks to them, that would be appreciated.

Does your family know you work in the porn industry and if so, how do they feel about it?

Yeah, everyone knows. The metaphorical cat is out of the metaphorical bag, so to speak. I don’t know how everyone really feels about it because I only get what they say to my face or whatever. I know some of my relatives know and judge me and either don’t want to associate with me now or will act nice to my face but still judge me. And other relatives know and think it’s kind of cool – they’re proud that I did something with my life that I enjoy and attained some kind of fame – the whole American dream thing. And some of my relatives don’t really care either way, they just want me to be happy and healthy and look forward to seeing me again soon. I text my mom about going to the awards show and working and stuff, at the end of the day, she is proud of me and wants me to succeed.

What advice would you give to aspiring models who want to get into the industry?

I don’t really want to give advice. If I had followed all the advice that was out there when I started, my career would have gone differently. I think you have to see it as art – there’s no wrong or right way to do it. Make it YOU, or not, I don’t know. Advice is tricky because the wise don’t need it and fools don’t heed it. lol

Do you foresee a point anytime soon when you’ll retire from porn?

I was told once “never retire from porn.” I don’t really understand why but I think it’s something about letting work happen or not happen organically. A lot of times people get into a mood and want to make some kind of fatalistic statement and then, like, no one really cares, and maybe instead of stewing and brewing statements like that, you could be doing something more productive. And anyways, I know I’m a porn star but secretly I never have seen myself as a porn star – I’m an artist and an internet personality. If you look at my behavior on twitter, it’s very different than most porn stars. I’ve been told that I’m doing it wrong by a lot of people, but I have more followers than them so I just nod and say thanks and keep doing what I’m doing.

Can you elaborate on what you mean by your behavior on social media being different than other porn stars?

Well, most porn stars are careful not to offend any fans or potential fans, and many don’t feel comfortable revealing personal information such as hobbies and interests. They feel very strongly that their Twitter is a facade, just business. Their approach is to never be political, never say anything that could jeopardize future work, never say anything controversial, etc. So if you see a porn girl talking about how she hates Trump (Janice Griffith) or a porn girl bitching about how she’s getting blacklisted by some studios just because she’s done scenes with TS girls (Adriana Chechik), that takes balls. And I’m like that too. Most girls, even trans girls, don’t have the balls to be girls who speak their minds. or they just made a decision to keep their Twitter purely a business facade, which is okay too.

Kelli Lox Through The BenzNot to make generalizations, but in many ways you seem to be outside of the norm in what people generally assume a pornstar would be like with all your artistic and intellectual pursuits. You express your creativity in so many ways such as in front and behind the camera, in your drawing and painting, writing, composing and playing music, and dancing. You’re also well-educated and speak several different languages, and are obviously being very intelligent and independent. Would it be fair to call you a renaissance woman?

Yes, people have called me a renaissance woman. Ii am 100% a renaissance woman. I’m not like other girls, and I’m certainly not like other girls who say they’re not like other girls. I have paid my dues and I don’t take shit from anyone. I’m smart and talented. Before I start listing too many good traits I should remind myself that I’m also modest lol. Really, I’m just another woman who depends on a support network of women.

What was your childhood like and when did you realize you were transgender?

I was born and raised in Boise, Idaho and had what I would call a pretty normal childhood as a boy. I always knew I was a girl, but I also very quickly realized that I had to hide it. I saw a gay boy in kindergarten getting teased and I didn’t want to get teased like that.

I lived in Pocatello and Idaho Falls for 13 years, so I know what a beautiful area that is, and also how conservative, although Boise is one of the more progressive cities in Idaho.

Yeah Boise is mostly alright now, especially the north end where I grew up. but it wasn’t like that when I was a kid. And still, it’s one corner of one town in a big state that’s run by conservatives.

Was it a process for you to come to terms with the fact that you were trans?

Well, my PR lady says not to talk about drugs in interviews, so I’ll just say that I went on a deep spiritual journey sometime in 2009 or 2010. I went really deep inside myself, and realized that it was suddenly more painful to go on pretending that I was a boy than it was to face my fears and decide to transition. So, all by myself, in the dark, sitting naked on the floor with a blanket, a candle and a jug of water, I asked myself “am I really going to do this?” And there in the silence there was this really deep little ‘click’ as I said “yes.” And that was that. The decision had been made and rest was a matter of execution.

Looking back, was transitioning easier or harder than you expected?

I didn’t really know what to expect. I knew I would have a difficult time with family members and friends, and I was right about that. Obtaining hormones and getting rid of boy clothes was work, but learning how to do makeup and put together stylish outfits wasn’t that hard at all. It felt like home to me. Yes, there were a lot of heavy social tribulations but there’s no way to tell how much of that was just my life and how much was a direct result of transitioning.

What advice would you give to someone just beginning their transition?

Young trans girls should just know that they’re gonna need support groups, and they’re gonna lose some social groups, so they’ve got to find new ones. I’d tell them to make allies among genetic females if they haven’t already, because they’re gonna need them. They might need to move to a city where they can function normally among the population. The first years can be really awkward, so realize that it won’t always be that way, at least for most trans girls. After those awkward few years right out of the gate you start to settle into a new personality and pacing that is really you and feels more comfortable. You gotta stick with it for a minute and after a few years you’re like “oh, okay, okay.”

Kelli Lox Through The BenzIs your family supportive and accepting of you?

I think it’s all relative. I mean, when it came to being supportive, my parents were better than some parents, not as good as other parents. There are a lot of valid reasons that I could be really resentful towards them. There are ways I really needed them and I guess I was asking too much of them, or it was just beyond their ability to deliver. I don’t know. But they stuck with me and my relationship with both of my parents is really good; better now than it has ever been. Not everyone can say that, whether they’re transgender or not. That took a lot of work and forgiveness on all sides. I’m just at that age now where you’re like “holy shit I hope I didn’t cause too much damage when I was being a mega brat!” and you really start to value being on good terms with your family. My brother is also very close to me. My transition was a challenge for him because he always saw himself as open-minded and progressive and found himself painted as kind of a jerk in some ways during those years. We worked through it all, and now we’re super tight in a new way. In fact, he’s getting married in Seattle later this year and he asked me to be his best lady!!  I’m so excited!!

Do you enjoy interacting with your fans on social media?

Interacting with fans on Twitter is, like, my favorite thing in the world. And not only that, but interacting with other artists of all kinds all around the world, and giving voice to artists I support, and constantly showing my support of other performers – these things are the things that make me feel good about what I do. And there are lots of younger trans girls who follow me on twitter. I actually am a huge influence for a lot of them. I appreciate that so much and I also recognize that I have some kind of responsibility towards them. I am doing the best I can to live up to that responsibility. I think that’s how I sleep well at night, knowing that I am making a difference and authentically doing the best I can, not just for me, but for all trans people, and all artists, and all women, and all sex workers.

Speaking of sex workers, there are some who claim that trans women are being exploited as sex workers. What are your thoughts on this?

Meh, all people are exploited. Yeah I have it harder than many but mostly I’m super privileged. We need to complain when it’s time to complain about stuff, and call things out when it’s time to call things out, but we also need to sit back sometimes and just shut up and thank our lucky stars. I don’t know, it gets tricky. It takes a lot of presence and intelligence and creativity to fight social injustice in a way that is actually effective in fomenting real change. Sometimes people introduce an issue to me like “wanna get worked up about this? what’s your opinion?” and I’m like “I’ll pass, thanks.” Opinions are like chopped onions, I don’t want anyone’s in my face and I’ll cry if I can’t get away fast lol.

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?

The porn world isn’t just one thing, it’s a lot of different studios and distributors and fan bases and consumers. I think if you look at it a certain way, you’ll find some evidence that you’re looking at it the correct way and find what you though you would. Like, if you approach it with a “porn is bad” mentality, you will find evidence to concretely back that up. And if you start with “porn is good” you’ll find indisputable evidence that it’s true. So, I don’t know, a lot of it is like clay – if you want something good to come out of it, make something good out of it.

What is a typical day in your life like?

Hmmm I don’t know there are times I party hard for four days straight and there are times I sleep all day and do laundry.  Sometimes I exercise religiously every day and sometimes I have a friend over and we order takeout from two restaurants at the same time and eat them in bed, so I dunno. Some days I’m really busy with work, running errands etc.  and sometimes I just clean my room and play my keyboard and sing or draw. Sometimes I am hanging out with friends but a lot of time I’m alone. I like being alone, it helps me think.

Kelli Lox Through The BenzDo you find it difficult to date being trans? Do you think working in the porn industry make it harder or easier?

Oy, this is tricky because it’s hard to tell what people’s real motives are. It’s like, when someone acts interested in me, I ask the magic eight ball “what are their true motives here?” and the magic eight balls says “… time will tell.” So sometimes you get burned and sometimes there’s a fun experience to be had with someone. In the end, you have to make sure you got your rocks off, at least, or had fun or got financial help or whatever, so that you don’t feel like you were taken advantage of, but also still think of the other person respectfully even if things didn’t end well. Relationships are like hamburgers – the most delicious ones are often messy, and though you might swear them off for a while, one day you’ll be ready to bury your face into another one. Also, it’s a meal – it’s a one-time thing, it ain’t forever. For better or worse, no burger lasts forever. hhaha

Looking onto your crystal ball, where would you like to see yourself in ten years?

More famous. Author of a book. In a major movie. Writing for a TV show. Doing amazing shit with amazing people. Making art. Making a difference. More followers. And, I dunno, in love and living with a beautiful girl who dances or draws comics or something. Drinking iced tea on a sunny day or snuggled watching cartoons on a rainy day. I see my future self as fit and healthy, with something to smile about.

What sort of book would you like to write?

I book about my life. I have seen some shit and I have been through some shit. Even people who have been through some shit tell me “holy hell girl you’ve been through some shit” lol  I have a very important story to tell.

What is something people would be surprised to learn about you?

Hahaha I don’t think I can surprise anyone anymore. I was talking about a dream I had where I jumped out of an airplane with no parachute on, and a close friend of mine had missed the part where I had said it was a dream, and walked in when I was in mid-story, and he says “oh my god Kelli, you are the only person who can do shit like this and live to tell the tale! go on.” and sat to listen to the rest of my story. Then we explained that I was talking about something that happened in a dream and we all laughed so hard and he said “Kelli, that’s how amazing you are! You could mention things you’ve done and I’d just be like ‘okay, and then what happened?’ even though it’s something completely unreal that if anyone else said I’d immediately be all like ‘bullshit!'” hahaha

Thank you for taking the time to do the interview Kelli, it was a lot of fun!

Be sure to check out more about Kelli on:

Her official blog at kellilox.com/

On Facebook at facebook.com/kelli.lox

On Twitter at  twitter.com/KelliLox

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Grooby’s ‘Madison Montag Uncovered’ Hits Shelves Today

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby and Exquisite are proud to announce their latest DVD, Madison Montag Uncovered. The title is directed by past TEA nominee Omar Wax and is now available for purchase at the GroobyStore.com.

“The infamous Madison Montag is back from the Bunny Ranch and everything you’ve heard about her is true. She’s insatiable,” said Steven Grooby. “We’ve put together a collection of a few of our favorite scenes, including Madison’s first ever gangbang. I think her fans are going be very pleased.”

Madison Montag Uncovered includes two solo and four hardcore scenes, including Montag’s first ever gangbang as she takes on Rico, Soldier Boi, and Drake. She has been featured on many of Grooby’s popular websites. Purchase the DVD and other popular titles at GroobyStore.com.

Media inquiries can be directed to kristel@grooby.com.

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

Is there a future for Through The Benz?

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I’ve done a lot of thinking and soul searching lately about my life in an effort to regain a sense of equilibrium and move forward. Part of that is doing things to take care of myself, such as going to a gym and volunteering at the dog shelter, along with removing things which are sources of stress and trying not to worry so much. And that brings me to this column, Through The Benz. I feel like I’ve reached a fork in the road and need to make a decision about whether or not to continue writing this column. There seems to be very little interest in the column, and it just isn’t fun anymore which has made it really tough to write lately; the inspiration and excitement I felt when I first started writing the column just aren’t there anymore.

My youngest son is an amazing cook, and he even worked as a sous chef in a restaurant while he was still in high school. He was in the Culinary Arts Program and seemed to be heading for a career in the culinary world, so I was shocked when he told me he had decided he didn’t want to pursue a career a chef. When I asked him why he explained that he enjoyed cooking and that he was concerned that if he did it as a profession it would take all the enjoyment out of it, and he didn’t want to take a chance on that happening. And now I understand what he meant because writing is no longer fun for me. In all honesty if I didn’t need the money I’d seriously consider not writing this column anymore because I don’t feel like I’m accomplishing anything.

I’ve always loved to write and it was a dream come true when Grooby gave me the chance to write a weekly column. I thought having a column would give me the opportunity to have a voice in the trans community and porn industry, but it’s like the saying “if a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it does it make a sound?” If I write something but no one reads it does it give me a voice? Am I accomplishing anything productive if no one reads what I write? The answer is a resounding no.

I have always had faith in myself that I was a good writer, but the fact that there is so little interest in my column has led me to question my ability as a writer. I have lots of followers and friends on social media and people seem to like me well enough, so what does it say about my writing when no one has any interest in reading what I write? I know it takes time to build up a readership, but that’s not happening; if anything, I have less readers now than I did when I first started.

I have tried not to worry about the numbers, but it’s hard not to be discouraged when my interviews oftentimes struggle to reach low double digits when it comes to likes/favorites/retweets/shares while other writers who do similar interviews routinely reach triple digits. And my non-interview columns get even less attention, and that is with Grooby promoting my column, which should give me a big boost. I know the poor numbers shouldn’t matter, but it does. If I do something I want to do it well, and judging by the lack of interest in what I write I must not be doing a very good job. I know I should just write for myself and be happy with knowing I put out a quality column and not worry about all the other stuff, and I did that for a while, but it’s not so easy anymore. I’ve asked time after time for feedback so I know what people like or don’t like, and asked for people’s opinion about ways to improve the column, but it’s rare that I actually do get any feedback. I’ve tried writing less about my life and focused more on other things, but that seems to have made little difference. I’m out of ideas on what to do to keep people interested in reading what I write and resurrect the column.

So where does that leave me? It leaves me feeling uninspired about writing anymore, and makes it really difficult to come up with a decent column each week. And if I don’t enjoy it and don’t feel like I’m putting out something which I’m proud of, and if no one is reading it, then what’s the point of continuing?

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Grooby, Exquisite Announce ‘Shemale.xxx Florida Road Trip #4’ DVD

Los Angeles, CA – Grooby and Exquisite are proud to announce their latest title, Shemale.xxx Florida Road Trip #4 directed by multi-year TEA nominee Jack Flash. The DVD can be purchased directly at the GroobyStore.com.

“We’ve assembled an all-star cast thanks to Jack Flash,” said Steven Grooby. “There’s been a great influx of really solid performers from Florida and so I recommend everyone pick up this title, even if they’re missed previous installments of this series.”

Shemale.xxx Florida Road Trip #4 is the fourth installment of the popular series from Grooby. The company handpicked five hardcore scenes that include stellar performances from the Sunshine State’s finest: Venus Cuellar, Barbie, Alexa Castano, Shania Reyes, and Ms. Cumms.

Media 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 a 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.

Lifelike Miran Doll on Bob’s TGirls!


Where do we get our own Miran doll?! We saw the Bob’s TGirls Model of the Year all boxed up and ready to go. We were wondering ourselves if it was going to be an anatomically correct Miran and we were ecstatic to see in this scene with Lucy the Mistress. She made sure to reach down in Miran’s panties to check for us!

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VERY FIRST MIRAN BARBIE DOLL ON BOB’S TGIRLS!

Want to be in the Sexy Swimsuit Issue of Transformation?! Here’s how!

Transformation Magazine’s annual “Sexy Swimsuit” issue is one of their most popular sellers each year! This year we’d like to the pages of the magazine to include sexy folks like YOU!

Submit outdoor photos of yourself in your favorite “sexy swimsuit” for a chance to be published in issue #102 of Transformation due out later this year! For the top three submissions, we’ll be doing a CASH PRIZE as well! So show off those bikini bods – it’ll give me some much-needed eye candy in my inbox!

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Email us at kristel@transformationonline.com and send some sample hi-res photo to be considered. We may ask for additional photos for consideration, so please have a variety of shots available! We’ll also send out a short questionnaire to be included if we accept your photos! Best of luck to everyone!

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Brazilian Transsexuals – REVAMPED!

It’s finally here. We’ve been converting all our sites onto the new system and the behemoth that is Brazilian Transsexuals has finally been completed but that is not all. We’ve combined Brazilian-Transsexuals AND Shemales-From-Hell as well as content from Trannies Fuck, into one large Brazilian Tgirls mega-site. Both sites will continue to update but you now get multiple updates a week as well as additional sets from Trannies Fuck all for one price. This represents a massive saving to customers and allows us to continue to build our Brazilian brand by bringing you the best of Brazilian transsexuals in solo and hardcore, all in the highest quality formats.

NEW – we are re-editing our old scenes into the latest high quality formats – see your favorite scenes as they’ve never been seen before.
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