model: james darling
photographer: courtney trouble
Anonymous asked: less of a question than a peeve to a post on 7th Feb 2014 with the same response as GenderPus. Personally, I'm just tired of seeing ISNA referenced everywhere - a dead organization that yet still remains a living example of the serious divides in the intersex community. Are you aware that some former members at the top of the ISNA are controversial in the trans communities? An overlap which has made it more difficult for all LGBT intersex people. And DSD affecting the entire intersex community
Apologies for the oversight, ISNA was a suggestion from a friend of mine who used to be involved in intersex advocacy as a 101 place to start but that suggestion was clearly outdated. I don’t know who/what GenderPus is, and I wasn’t aware of the controversy. I’ve since been informed that OII-USA is a better organization, so I encourage my followers to look into that (correct me if I’m wrong again) and if people have more suggestions please put them in the comments.
I’m also going to be turning off anonymous ask for a while again. My transparency requires reciprocation.
"Burbank, CA – Grooby Productions recently announced TS adult industry event, the Tranny Awards, will be re-branded as the Transgender Erotica Awards (T.E.A’s). The event remains the only of its kind and exclusively celebrates the accomplishments of the TS adult industry.
“We started the show as an online event for a bit fun and never anticipated the interest and growth of the show to become the main annual event for trans women and men in the adult industry,” said Grooby Productions owner Steven Grooby. “When we named the show the ‘Tranny Awards’ in 2007 the climate was different and the usage of the word ‘tranny’ was appropriate as a catchy title in an online porn event. While I personally believe, within the context of porn, that ‘tranny’ has its place as a descriptor in the same way many words have their place only in porn, I do understand why some people have become frustrated with its usage here.
“As we aim to be inclusive of all areas of transgender erotica and are looking to broaden the appeal of the show to mainstream media, we believed it was time to re-brand the event to the Transgender Erotica Awards - or the TEA’s. The acronym works especially well since ‘T’ is used within the community and we’re going to have some fun with the promotions (the after party, for example, will be ‘The TEA Party’). I’d like to thank the extended trans adult community for their input and feedback over the last few months. We will be producing a show that the whole transgender adult community can be proud of.”
The Transgender Erotica Awards (originally known as the Tranny Awards) was created in 2007 and started solely as an online competition voted by a panel of industry judges. There were only a handful of categories and Grooby sponsored all of the cash prizes.
As interest grew, it was expanded into an actual event and hosted at a several different nightlife venues in the Los Angeles area, before moving to a full-scale theater in Glendale. The event now has over twenty categories, including special awards sponsored by other industry companies, many of which include donated cash prizes.
Last year the event expanded their categories to include Best FTM Performer, with support from sponsors such as Buck Angel and James Darling. This year also marked the first year the event included the category of Voluptuous Diva, awarded to the best BBW TS performer of the year.
This year’s event, hosted last month at the Beyond the Stars Palace in Glendale, also saw a 25% jump in attendance from last year, with nearly a 300% increase in livestream viewership. As the event continues to flourish, Grooby is constantly looking for ways to improve the show and honor the TS adult community.”
kamilatv asked: Hello do you like men's or women
theklown asked: hey, your hot :) 1. how long have you been on T? 2. whats your age? 3, make some youtube videos! i like hearing you talk...
1. I’ve been on t for 6 years 2. I’m 26. 3. I actually have under the name MrJamesDarling but they’re all really old, I’ve been meaning to make some new ones!
So I really want to go especially because I think a real ho should be there. In most academic and feminists circles I find sex workers that didn’t go to college get ignored. I didn’t go to college and I still know what Feminism is. So if you want to fight classist and intellectual elitism buy stuff? Lol. So I am raising funds. I have prints for sale, private Skype shows at discount, worn panties all that jazz! email me if you are interested!! email@example.com
It’s Arabelle’s birthday! Please help send her to the FPAs! I think the world needs the voices of more working class sex workers and down ass bitches tbh.
#tbt with Hera C. I think I was 21 here.
(Source: , via jamesdarlingxxx)