Thank you so much for those who came out to the TEA Show last month. It’s taken me this long to catch up with work and put the show into some perspective. This was a bit of a difficult year for us, we were understaffed with some of our staff having to isolate and a key staff member took ill days before, leaving unfinished sound and vision work. Kristel and I always do a stocktake immediately following the TEAs with the purpose of seeing what can be improved for next year … but more of that in a moment.
We’ve more first time attendees that ever before at this years TEAs – and there are a lot of questions. The guide below should be everything you need to know about the TEA weekend, with some advice on expectations, etiquette and a guide to having the safest and best weekend ever!
Attendees this year are 100% guest listed, unlike previous years where we have had ticket sales. There are select fans but they are known to us – but the rest of the attendees are involved in some way in the adult industry or trans related industries. We’re current estimating … Read More
Keeping you informed. This is subject to change with local laws or if we deem necessary.
We will be having a Pre-Party at the Bardot (March 11, 2022), and although likely a smaller and more subdued affair, we’re hoping for a fun night of meets and smiles. The main room of the Bardot is well-ventilated and considered open-air.
The TEA Pre-Party – Bardot – March 11th
The TEA Award Show – Avalon – March 13th
The TEA Awards Show and the Pre-Party are invite-only. There will be no general ticket sales or doors sales. The … Read More
Some news on the format of the show. We’re confident that the live Sunday night show will go ahead as planned on Sunday March 13th, however the pre-party is looking less likely due to logistics and Covid restrictions. We will be requiring everyone to provide a vaccination certificate along with their ID at the door. There will be no public tickets available this year, it will be an ‘invite only’ and limited to nominees, sponsors, media, those in the trans … Read More
Each year we look at some of the beautiful trans persons whom are in our network, who have died. Statistically, with the amount of people who work with us, there will always be some deaths but the younger age and the cause of death of trans people is far greater than in the overall population. There are many factors which contribute to this, violence and fear, poor access to healthcare or mental health resources, mental illness, drug use and sometimes disenfranchised from society. We have and we will continue to do … Read More
Running an adult company for over 21 years has been an experience, often duller than people would expect, there have also been the mega-stories you’d expect from a porn outfit. Most of my day is spent at a computer working with models, photographers and customers. This is my personal ruminations of running a prominent adult company – my thoughts on the industry, my current projects and funny emails – the websites, the models, the photographers… and occasionally, the customers.