Tranny Factory Donates Revenue to Transgender Equality
LOS ANGELES — Tranny Factory Studios, a division of Monarchy Distribution, has announced its first charity campaign.
Monarchy owner, Mike Kulich said, "Monarchy has a reputation of giving back to our community. I have made a valiant effort to do a fundraising campaign from each of our studios. I would like to announce that 100 percent of our VOD revenues from our first two titles 'Tranny Hookups' and 'Floppin Around' will be donated to the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE)."
The National Center for Transgender Equality is a national social justice organization devoted to ending discrimination and violence against transgender people through education and advocacy on national issues of importance to transgender people.
On its debut title “Anal Artists,” a large donation offer from the film's proceeds was rejected by the National Education Association. The donation eventually made its way to the Popular Culture Institute at the University of California Davis.
Monarchy also announced a few weeks ago that the proceeds from its original parody “Little Rascals XXX” would go towards purchasing a headstone for Norman "Chubby" Chaney, a cast member of the original Our Gang Shorts who has been buried in an unmarked grave for more than half a century.
Tranny Factory Studios is exclusively distributed by Blue Coyote Pictures.