With confusion over some of the award shows this week, I’ve had people contacting me wanting to know how they can get to attend to TEA Show 2023. We’ve yet to open our guest list, which will be next month but this should answer your questions.
This year we will be continuing to be an industry only event and there will not be tickets on sale to the general public.
The Guest List is open to all nominees, as well as trans performers known to us, or who have worked with our sponsors, as well as our industry guests and … Read More
All the pre-nominations are in and we’re working out the exact nominations for this coming years Trans Erotica Show. As each year there are so many new girls in the industry, I find it helpful to put this guide out to our our award show differs and what to expect, each year.
The pre-nominations are just to get an idea of models or scenes for nomination, the amount of (spammed) nominations are pointless and just waste everyone’s time. We take these nominations and the nominations from industry (company owners, producers, reps, professional reviewers, media, etc.) to come up with working … Read More
I tend not to want to mark a specific day for remembering trans girls we’ve lost during this year, or previous years. As the editor in charge of posting the notices of trans models who have died on our Fallen Angels Blog, I recognise the rate of trans people’s deaths is increasing and it’s something that cannot be contained to one day. I do also recognise the need for TDoR and it’s origins (you can read more at Kristel’s post at Grooby.com) and that it’s important as a leader of a company that is 100% trans related, to … Read More
Each year we release a limited edition calendar of some of our favourite shots of the year. This year we chose this super shot of Jill Pill, who debuted in 2022 from one of our newer producers, Moe Scoville.
It’s a difficult job trying to select only 13 photos from 10,000’s over the year – and whittling it down to only 13 models. We try to have some diversity across the sites and producers – and there are many other models whom we could have chosen, we just felt these 13 represented what we do the best and had a … Read More
It’s always a risk when you try a new project away from your core business. One would think working with trans men and non-binary, would be an easy step from working with trans women … and it is, we have great producers who enjoy the work and since launching we’re inundated with models wanting to work for us. The problem is trying to reach the potential new members to sell, and when the performers are so different to most of our existing members who enjoy trans woman content, then it’s almost like starting from scratch.