Monday, June 1, 2015

Girlfriends Films Celebrates Caitlyn Jenner with Donation to National Center for Transgender Equality

Adult Companies Are Invited to Match Girlfriends Films’ $1,000 Donation!

VALENCIA, Calif. (June 9, 2015) — Girlfriends Films is using the June selection for its charity program to celebrate Caitlyn Jenner and her gender transformation.  A $1,000 donation will be made to the National Center for Transgender Equality in Jenner’s name.  The adult studio is also calling upon other companies in the industry to match its donation and help support the transgender community.

National Center for Transgender Equality was founded in 2003 by transgender activists who recognized the urgent need for policy change to advance transgender equality.  Providing a powerful transgender advocacy presence in Washington, DC, NCTE is composed of a team of hard-working staff members and supported by a nationwide community of transgender people, allies, and advocates with an extensive record of winning life-saving change for transgender people.

To join Girlfriends Films in supporting the National Center for Transgender Equality, click here.

The adult entertainment industry has recently become famous for its very public offers to celebrities, tempting them to appear in movies for a large amount of money – sometimes as much as $1 million.  Celebrities targeted include Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Tara Reid, Pipa Middleton, Rob Gronkowski, and more.

Last week, Girlfriends Films took a different approach, sending Caitlyn Jenner’s representatives a letter giving her the opportunity to direct or appear in an erotic educational movie raising awareness for the transgender community.  All profits from the film would be donated to a transgender non-profit of Jenner’s choice.  The offer was politely declined via email by Jenner’s publicity team.

“Everyone at Girlfriends Films was inspired by Caitlyn’s Vanity Fair cover and her story,” says Girlfriends Films President Moose.  “We were very sincere in making our movie offer in order to help bring even more awareness, support, and money to the transgender community.  However, we also want to applaud Caitlyn’s transition through our charity program.”

“I invite our friends and colleagues in the adult industry to join us in donating to National Center for Transgender Equality,” adds Moose.  “We in the adult movie-making industry have been judged and marginalized by society for decades and have great compassion for other individuals who are fighting for acceptance and tolerance.

Girlfriends Films is the premier lesbian adult studio in the world, and for over a decade, it has worked to make a difference through a sex-positive message of pleasure, love, and acceptance, as well as through philanthropy and outreach.  Girlfriends Films’ motto, “For Fine Folks with Good Hearts & Curious Minds,” has appeared on the cover of every movie the company has ever made.

Each month, Girlfriends Films donates to a charity selected by its employees, performers, directors, and adult industry principals. In 2014, the Girlfriends Films Charity Program donated over $20,000 to a wide array of philanthropic organizations, from medical institutes to animal sanctuaries.  Charities supported in 2014 included Alzheimer’s Foundation of America,  Movember Foundation,  Stand Up to Cancer,  National Alliance to End Homelessness, and more.

Any Girlfriends Films performers interested in participating may apply by emailing the following information to  ” name, AIP charity of choice, reason(s) for selecting the charity.  Chosen performers will be asked to submit a personal photo depicting the performer engaged with the charity, the charity’s mission, or a similar charitable act.  The photo will be used for promotional purposes.

About Girlfriends Films:
Girlfriends Films provides realistic lesbian-sex movies for discerning viewers who demand a variety of naturally beautiful women engaging in passionate sex. The studio’s combination of gorgeous performers, talented directors, and aesthetic focus allows for Girlfriends Films to continuously produce best-selling movies appealing to both men and women. Girlfriends Films received AVN’s Best All-Girl Series award 6 years straight (2008-2013), XRCO’s Best Girl/Girl Series the last 6 years in a row (2010-2015), and is also “The Most Downloaded Studio” year after year on VOD giant, The company has also received Studio of the Year honors from, NightMoves, and, as well as the coveted Best Company Image trophy from AVN. Girlfriends Films award winning content is available on every conceivable platform, including online at, which features the studio’s entire library of movies and photos. In addition, Girlfriends Films launched its own broadcast channel as part of the popular HUSTLER TV network. Over the last decade, when company execs weren’t busy producing award winning films, they were establishing remarkable relationships the world over, resulting in a powerful sales network. The adult industry also took notice, and leading producers Tammy Sands, B. Skow, Reign Productions, and Viv Thomas sought distribution contracts, further pushing Girlfriends Films into the limelight as a quintessential industry distributor. Growing by leaps and bounds, Girlfriends Films became the proud DVD distributor for HUSTLER Video, Homegrown Video, Desire Films, Sex Art, Spizoo, Triangle Films, James Deen Productions, Angela White’s AGW Entertainment, Bonnie Rotten’s Mental Beauty, Inc., and Girlsway, equipping Girlfriends Films with a solid offering of the adult industry’s most impressive library of titillating new films and prompting XBIZ Media to name the company 2015 Distributor of the Year (Video). Today Girlfriends Films remains the world’s leader in lesbian sex, while also growing to become the world’s elite distributor of all premier adult content.  For more information, visit,, and

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Friday, May 1, 2015

‘Road Queen’ Star Deauxma Selects Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund as Girlfriends Films’ May Charity

Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is the Girlfriends Films May Charity, as selected by “Road Queen” star Deauxma. With the charity choice, the
popular MILF performer is paying tribute to her family members who have served in the military. Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund will receive a check for $1,000 from Girlfriends Films in Deauxma’s name.

“The reason I picked this charity is because the military is close to me,” states Deauxma. “My father was a retired vet, and so is my husband, who served 20 years in the Air Force. The Intrepid House is also located here in my hometown of San Antonio, Texas.”

 Deauxma continues, “The fund provides services in support of military personnel severely injured protecting our nation; services are designed to improve the medical care provided to them and enhance their ability to return to military service or a productive and independent civilian life. Our vets and active duty military give so much and get so little in return for their service to our country, so that we can all live in a free world. Those wounded and scarred should be given as much help as they can to live out a normal and peaceful life.”

To join Deauxma and Girlfriends Films in supporting Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, visit

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Chosen by Trinity St. Claire as April’s Girlfriends Films Charity

Adult star Trinity St. Claire chooses the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF) as Girlfriends Films’
April Charity. The selection is in honor of St. Claire’s mother, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

MSF will receive a check for $1,000 from Girlfriends Films in St. Claire’s name. Trinity St. Claire states, “There is one woman who I would give my life for, and that is my mom. She is the strongest, most resilient woman I know. After giving and caring for others for years as a nurse, she was hit with a whirlwind – multiple sclerosis.”

“When she was diagnosis with MS I was scared for her. She fought each attack back, never letting it
defeat her. Now she lives day in and day out with this disease. Each day is different, and each day
brings on challenges, but she’s a survivor and will always conquer it,” adds St. Claire.
MSF provides a comprehensive approach to helping people with MS maintain their health and wellbeing.

It offers programming and support to keep them self-sufficient and their homes safe, while
its educational programs heighten public awareness and promote understanding about the disease.
To join Trinity St. Claire and Girlfriends Films in supporting the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, visit

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Movember Selected as January Charity by Girlfriends Films Employee Wilson

Girlfriends Films’ Warehouse Manager, Wilson, has selected Movember as the January charity. The
Movember Foundation will receive a check for $1,000 from Girlfriends Films, on behalf of Wilson, toraise awareness and funds for men’s health.

Movember is held each year during the month of November. Throughout the month, men around
the world grow out their facial hair in order to raise money within the community to battle prostate
and testicular cancer.

“My father had a prostate cancer scare recently, which really opened my eyes to the serious lack of
men’s health awareness in society,” states Wilson. “Movember is a great way to get people involved in health issues, like prostate cancer. I’m extremely thankful to Girlfriends Films for the opportunity to support Movember in honor of my father.”

Each month, Girlfriends Films turns to its employees, performers, directors, and adult industry principals to select a charity to support. In 2014, the Girlfriends Films Charity Program donated over
$20,000 to a wide array of philanthropic organizations, from medical institutes to animal sanctuaries.
To join Wilson and Girlfriends Films in supporting Movember, visit

Monday, December 1, 2014

Tattoos Cure Cancer Chosen as Girlfriends Films’ December Charity

“” Tattoos Cure Cancer has been selected as Girlfriends
Films’ December charity. Tattoos Cure Cancer (T.C.C.) is dedicated to helping those who struggle
with the disease by raising awareness and funding. Girlfriends Films will support the non-profit with
a $1,000 donation.

Founded by tattoo artist Adam Guyot in memory of his father, Tattoos Cure Cancer raises money at
live events, using tattooing and its popularity as a vehicle to make a positive change. A variety of
cancer ribbon tattoos are available at T.C.C. attended events, as are official T.C.C. shirts, designed
by famed tattoo artists.

Money raised by Tattoos Cure Cancer goes directly towards helping individuals and families struggling

with cancer and in need of financial assistance. Donations to the organization also support the
pediatric cancer research divisions of children’s hospitals around the United States.

“I am happy to welcome Girlfriends Films to the TCC family,” says Tattoos Cure Cancer founder
Adam Guyot. “Their generous thousand dollar donation will go directly towards helping a tattoo artistmmin Indianapolis win her personal battle against breast cancer.”

In 2014, the Girlfriends Films Charity Program donated over $20,000 to a wide array of philanthropic
organizations, from medical institutes to animal sanctuaries. Charities supported the past
year include “” Alzheimer’s Foundation
of America, “” Movember Foundation, “http://www.standup2cancer.
org/give” Stand Up to Cancer, “” National Alliance to End Homelessness,and more.

To join Girlfriends Films in supporting Tattoos Cure Cancer, visit “

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Cancer Research Institute Selected as November Charity by Girlfriends Films Sales Executive David Diamond

Sales Executive David Diamond selects Cancer Research Institute (CRI) as Girlfriends Films’ November

Charity. A $1,000 donation in Diamond’s name will be presented to CRI in Diamond’s name.
CRI is dedicated exclusively to the support and coordination of laboratory and clinical efforts leading
to the immunological treatment, control and prevention of cancer.

“My father passed away suddenly from Leukemia,” explains Diamond. “In all other aspects of his
life, he was healthy and enjoying his retirement. I selected Cancer Research Institute because he,
along with countless others like him, could still be alive if there was a cure for cancer. If we could
eradicate this disease, it would be a triumph of medical science, helping millions around the world.”
In 2013, the Girlfriends Films Charity Program donated over $20,000 to a wide array of philanthropic
organizations, from medical institutes to animal sanctuaries. Charities supported in 2014 include
“” Alzheimer’s Foundation of America,
“” Movember Foundation, “”
Stand Up to Cancer, “” National Alliance to End Homelessness,
and more.

“The fact Girlfriends Films actively participates in charity programs speaks volumes about the integrity

and compassion of this company,” says Diamond. “Dan, Moose, and the entire staff here truly
care about those in needs – not just in words, but in action. It is an honor to be able to choose a
charity and have it backed by the people you work with everyday.”

To join David Diamond and Girlfriends Films in supporting Cancer Research Institute, visit “http://”

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Prevent Blindness Named October Charity

Girlfriends Films Editor Brett selects Prevent Blindness ( as October charity.
Each month Girlfriends Films turns to one of its employees or performers to select a charity to support.

As a result of Brett’s selection, Prevent Blindness will receive $1,000.
Founded in 1908, Prevent Blindness is the nation’s leading volunteer eye health and safety organization

dedicated to fighting blindness and saving sight. Focused on promoting a continuum of vision
care, Prevent Blindness touches the lives of millions of people each year.

“I recently found out one of my friends was diagnosed with an eye condition causing her to slowly
lose her vision,” says Brett. “Furthering her pain is the fact her children have diagnosed with the
same condition.”

Brett explains, “My selection of Prevent Blindness was due to the organization’s health education
and screening policies, as well as its support of state of the art research. Thank you to Girlfriends
Films for supporting a charity committed to helping families like my friend’s.”

In 2013, the Girlfriends Films Charity Program donated over $20,000 to a wide array of philanthropic
organizations, from medical institutes to animal sanctuaries. Charities supported in 2014 include
Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, Movember Foundation, Stand Up to Cancer, National Alliance
to End Homelessness, and more.

Join Brett and Girlfriends Films in supporting Prevent Blindness