CHATSWORTH, Calif. – Performer Karma Rx (pronounced R-X) is making the move from online solo and girl/girl scenes to hardcore boy/girl, signing with ATMLA for talent representation and starting with a 60-day exclusive agreement with MindGeek for her first boy/girl scenes.
"Now is the time to expand my audience, introducing myself to new fans by doing boy-girl scenes," Rx said. "For more than a year I've been doing it all myself, doing my makeup, setting the camera, putting out a scene every day, but I haven't touched a penis — on camera — yet. That is going to change.
"We are very excited to have Karma Rx exclusively for our sites," said Ryan Hogan, MindGeek’s head of production. "Her debut scenes will definitely be something to look for, specifically her first boy/girl scene ever on Reality Kings."
Rx currently has more than 800,000 followers on Instagram, and her subscription site SicFucModels.com gets more than 1,000 hits daily from monthly subscribers.
She expects many of her fans will follow her as she moves into boy/girl scenes.
"I have my social media followers, and I look forward to getting discovered by b/g video fans who may not have heard of me." Rx said. "I signed with ATMLA to help me in this transition, and I'm looking forward to starting this new phase with Mindgeek."
Mark Schechter, owner of ATMLA, said that “having the opportunity to represent Karma Rx as she begins her journey into the hardcore side of production for boy/girl scenes is really exciting."
"I was very impressed with her achievements as an independent producer, having built up such a massive social media following,” Schechter said. “Producers will be equally excited to tap into her sales and marketing skills. After meeting her in person, I knew right away I had a winner on my hands."
"I'm looking forward to my first b/g scene," Rx said. "This won't be just a one-shot. I'm adding a whole new dimension to my career."
Producers can book Karma Rx through ATMLA after the 60-day exclusive ends.