LOS ANGELES — (01-31-19) — We can confirm that ManyVids will be presenting sponsor of the 2019 TEAs taking place March 17 at the Avalon in Hollywood. The 2019 Transgender Erotica Awards (TEAs) is proud to have ManyVids as the official presenting sponsor of their 2019 event.
Plus, ManyVids is also set to debut its MV Trans Model of the Year category.
“Because our Trans MV Stars are such a vital part of both the ManyVids community and MV’s vision to make the world a more open, accepting, and sexually liberated place, we’re also thrilled that the TEA Show 2019 will feature the first ever MV Trans Model of the Year Award,” said Bella French, CEO of ManyVids.
“It is an honor to have ManyVids as our first presenting sponsor of the TEA Show,” said Steven Grooby, CEO of Grooby Entertainment. “The ethos of the show is to celebrate the trans adult community and performers and it’s only due to sponsors like ManyVids that we’re able to put on such a great event” said Grooby.
MV Trans Model of the Year Nominees are:
* Icy Winters
* Julie Prim
* Lena Kelly
* Liberty Harkness
* Natalie Mars
* Raven Babe
* Sasha de Sade
* Shiri Allwood
ManyVids is the fastest growing adult community in the world with over 2.2 million active members and more than 22 thousand independent content creators on its e-commerce community platform producing, promoting, and distributing their content via video-hosting and live-streaming services.
The ManyVids website is heavily invested in philanthropic initiatives designed to transform the adult industry and offer a platform where adult workers can thrive independently, fighting for gender equality, and speaking out against violence and abuse perpetrated against performers. ManyVids is the most inclusive online adult community where members of the LGBTQ+ community are celebrated for their unique diversity.
Article by: Jack MacNamara, Staff Writer
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