LOS ANGELES — Trans erotica company Grooby announced it will be participating in the AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Oct. 11.
“We found out too late about this walk last year, so we had it penciled in well in advance,” said Grooby owner Steven Grooby. “It's a great opportunity to help fundraise for cause that is close to the hearts of many of us working in the adult industry as we almost all know people have been lost to HIV-related issues in the past, or are living with it in the present. I'd like to invite any of our models, our members, other industry or anyone at all to join our team and walk with us.”
The AIDS Walk Los Angeles primarily benefits AIDS Project Angeles (APLA) and also supports more than 20 AIDS service organizations in L.A. County through the Community Coalition Initiative (CCI).
Those interested in donating or walking with Team Grooby, can visit their official page here.
Founded in 1996, Grooby is based in Los Angeles and a leading producer of transgender erotica. Operating more than 30 membership websites, the company has numerous DVD lines released with Third World Media and operates the GroobyNetwork.com, which gives models an unique opportunity to own and manage their own solo site. For more information, visit Grooby.com.
The company also hosts the annual Transgender Erotica Awards held in Hollywood. Now in its eighth year, the event celebrates the accomplishments of the trans adult community. More information can be found at TheTeaShow.com.