LOS ANGELES — ManyVids has announced the launch of its first magazine targeting transgender performers and their fans.
According to the company, at the beginning of this year, it had a New Year’s wish to invite content creators from its platform, including MV Stars from the documentary #WeAreMany, Sasha de Sade, Kristen Kraves, Courtni Demilune, and Mia Maffia, “to live, work, and get down at the MV Loft.”
“We’re all about the freedom of self, free expression, and sex positivity. This issue reflects our POV, quite literally to a T!” exclaims a ManyVids spokesperson. “This issue of the MV Mag, “Feathers & Leather” is super special — it’s the first one devoted, exclusively, to gorgeous trans MV Stars.”
The MV Team collaborated on the MV Podcast and produced the photosets for this breakthrough issue.
In “Feathers & Leather,” cover girl Sasha de Sade opens up about her relationship with her fiancée, Mistress Murmur, and how their connection fuels their content, and vice versa. Weighing in on the condition of trans within the adult industry generally, Sasha says, “Things have already improved immensely... but there’s still progress to be made."
In “An Angel in Velvet,” brunette stunner Kristen Kraves likewise sees positive changes.
“I know that we are still considered a fetish,” Kraves confides, “but at the same time there are companies changing titles to proper pronouns and that is nice to see.”
Kraves would also like better recognition of trans performers, including a “TMILF of the Year” award.
Next up is tempting series of MV Selfies by TSEdenRaynes, KarabellaXXX, and NickyDicky143 followed by a quick whirl at the TEA Show’s red carpet, where ManyVids was a Platinum Sponsor, and then on to an arousing chat with Courtni Demilune in “Tie the Knot.”
“[Courtni Demilune] hasn’t been producing content for very long,” the spokesperson adds, “but nonetheless, she wisely advises newbies to focus on work that pays the bills and to experiment from there.”
Finally, the always-provocative Mia Maffia celebrates the rise of ManyVids and other trans-friendly sites in “Born on Fire.”
“Performers can create their own work,” Mia says, “and don’t have to rely on producers giving them work.”
“The MV Team is jubilant, proud, and emboldened and we know our MV Stars and members are celebrating, too!” the spokesperson concludes.
The issue is available here.