Monthly Archives: December 2017

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Date A Tranny

Tips for dating a Shemale Escort in Las Vegas

 Shemale Escort in Las Vegas

Date a Tranny or Date a Shemale is about finding and having a safe Las Vegas escort experience.  Getting an escort is easier than you think.  However, finding a escort online, a TS escort, and a good one at that, can be both a risky and dangerous.  You need to know some escort lingo, where to keep your money, and how long to stay with her.  Luckily, it is very easy to learn how to find the best escort available, for almost any price you are willing to pay.

=== Date a ShemaleFinding an Escort ===

Find a reputable escort directory site.  These will have many escort ads for you to search through. You can tell you are on a good site if the majority of the ads there are posted monthly, a great example is the Eros Guide, or Las Vegas Eros Transsexual Escorts

Questionable transgender dating websites like Backpages Las Vegas has a mix from great to no way.  Vegas Backpage runs daily transsexual escorts ads where tgirls post ads at, daily instead of monthly.  Backpages Las Vegas ads are very cheap to run which tends to attracts lower class independent escorts. CL Criagslist is a local meat market that is far to risky for me to ever recommend.

Las Vegas Escort Agencies can be nice because you can expect a certain level of consistency from the escorts. If you find an agency that you like, then the booker can make recommendations to you according to your taste.  The downside to agencies is that you will have to pay a bit more because you will pay a large agency fee which is rolled into the price.  Remember thought escort agencies have a number of hidden fees, commonly the fee you are quoted is only for the transsexual escort to only come to your room.

Decide on a budget. Keep in mind that you get what you pay for.  Make sure she is the girl in the photo.  Escorts who use fake photos will never tell you that it is not really them. Many girls using fake pics will blur out their face, but many beautiful escorts using real photos will blur their face as well for privacy reasons.  Other clients will leave comments about her and let you know if she is the girl in the photo.

Google her stage name.  This will allow you to see how long she has been working in the industry, and how she has been rated by clients.  If she has only been doing this for a few weeks or months then you are taking a higher risk. Google her contact phone number and email to see if they are real, and legitimate as well. There are plenty of review sites online which rate escorts on appearance, personality, and openness.  Some great review sites include TER, and

Figure out the in-call location she will provide for you. A cheap motel in a bad neighborhood may not be a great idea.  Make sure the parking lot is not visible from the street if you are close to your home or office.  A ounce of preparing will bring you a favorable date.

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Something Has To Change – Prostitution Law in NV

Nevada Prostitution

– NV Law 201.358

 November 2, 2017


Nevada Prostitution Law

Nevada prostitution, engaging in prostitution or solicitation for prostitution after testing positive for exposure to human immunodeficiency virus: Penalty; definition.

      1.  A person who:

      (a) Violates NRS 201.354; or

      (b) Works as a prostitute in a licensed house of prostitution,

After testing positive in a test approved by the State Board of Health for exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus and receiving notice of that fact is guilty of a category B felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison for a minimum term of not less than 2 years and a maximum term of not more than 10 years, or by a fine of not more than $10,000, or by both fine and imprisonment. Anyone who engages in Nevada prostitution, even in a licensed brothel, after being notified that he or she tested positive for HIV (whether as a result of a court-ordered test after arrest or otherwise) may be charged with a felony. (Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 201.358.)

Allow me to traanslate this law to you:

What is being said here is; if your busted in Nevada for accepting money for sex, AND anytime in the past you were told that you tested positive for HIV, your now guilty of a FALONY. A felony with mandatory prison time or pay a major fine of up to 10 grand, OR BOTH!

 Nevada prostitution is easy enough to understand I think. Perhaps even fair?

 Lets look closer;  The Nevada prostitution law was created and is legislated by our government.  Lets look at what the SAME government has to say about HIV.

Sept 27, 2017 the Director of our government’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released a historic letter.​

The letter supports the science behind “Undetectable Equals Untransmittable.”  In the letter the government says: people who take their HIV medication (ART) daily as prescribed and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting the virus to an HIV-negative partner.


But this is the same government that locks working escorts up in prison for at any point being told that they tested positive for HIV? A Felony? Yet the government  says that HIV Undetectable Equals Untransmittable, so they of of no risk of passing HIV.  There is an obvious contradiction here.

Look, I’m not commenting on if doing sex work after you have been informed of testing positive is right or wrong, to which I reserve my own opinions, I’m simply saying that in this country there is a constitution and the 8th amendment says, in essence, the punishment will be equal to the committed crime.

So again let’s check this out.   You tested positive at one point, you get arrested for a paid sex act, you go to prison PERIOD.   Sent there by the same organization that says if you take your medications regularly you’re of no risk to transmit HIV.


HIV changes ones life, a criminal record changes ones life, prison changes ones life for ever.


We’ll watch and see what law makers do with this new information, but personally I’d say something has to change.

Live and Let Live,

Robbi Racks

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ShemaleYum rebrands as – GroobyGirls.Com

Category : Shemale Porn

ShemaleYum leaves an offensive title behind and rebrands as – GroobyGirls.Com

 September 16, 2017 AVN – Grooby

LOS ANGELES——the flagship site for Grooby—has been rebranded as

“Change is good, and we’ve changed our company and sites constantly over the past 20 years,” said Steven Grooby. “Simply renaming a brand that has as much worth as ‘ShemaleYum’ wasn’t something that could be done overnight and without having a proper plan in place, and that plan was to build ‘Grooby’ and ‘GroobyGirls’ brands, which we’ve spent a number of years doing. We’re now in the position where they can replace the original website name.” launched in 1996 and is considered the world’s longest running trans adult website, featuring a mix of newcomers and top stars annually. Many of the most popular TS performers today had their first shoots on ShemaleYum, including Vo D’Balm, Domino Presley, Kylie Maria, Wendy Williams, Bailey Jay, and more than 1.850 different trans women. launched in 2011 as a promotional site for Grooby models. Each year a limited number of T-shirts are released to the models and fans. Other GroobyGirls merchandise has included calendars, playing cards, towels, stickers and tattoos.

The company currently operates more than 30 membership sites and produces approximately 50 DVDs a year. Visit the new site at

“ is the biggest and most important of our sites, and this site had to be first otherwise we’d look hypocritical,” Grooby said of the change. “We’d also look hypocritical if we didn’t re-brand the other sites and we have plans for all of them; we just ask people to be patient. Most of our sites already use ‘tgirls’ (a word which we helped define) or ‘transsexuals’ but for the rest we’ll change; we’ve an amazing domain for Shemale.XXX so watch for that.”

Grooby’s Marketing and Editorial Director Kristel Penn added, “Grooby has been a longstanding ally of the LGBTQ community and we don’t take that responsibility lightly. I’m really excited for this rebrand, especially for our community. Whether you know our company personally or not,  I believe people will see this change is a more accurate reflection of our company ethos.”

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PrEP – HIV risk prevention

PrEP – HIV risk prevention

 October 20, 2017


Did you know that this is a HIV preventative?  

Yes, PrEP.(Pre-exposure prophylaxis)


Is PrEP effective?  

2017 studies show PreP to be upto 97% effective. *IPERGAY  study*


What is PrEP?

PrEP, (Pre-exposure prophylaxis) is an effective HIV prevention medication that protects HIV-negative people from acquiring HIV. PrEP taken regularly, as medically prescribed, is proven to reduce the risk of acquiring HIV by over 90%. *CDC studies* 

PrEP can cause side effects like nausea in some people, but these generally subside over time. No serious side effects have been observed. Heck condoms are said to only be 98% effective in preventing the transmission of HIV.  However, these two HIV preventatives used together give you some serious protection.


What is Undetectable?  Are they just hiding it?

FACT- The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, just released this an office report stating that Undetectable equals Untranslatable.

Sept 27, 2017 CDC release: Scientific advances have shown that antiretroviral therapy (ART) preserves the health of people living with HIV. We also have strong evidence of the prevention effectiveness of ART. When ART results in viral suppression, defined as less than 200 copies/ml or undetectable levels, it prevents sexual HIV transmission. Across three different studies, including thousands of couples and many thousand acts of sex without a condom or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), no HIV transmissions to an HIV-negative partner were observed when the HIV-positive.


Get educated! 
This all said, so what STD is of major concern?

Well now that we live in a world of antibiotics it’s overuse has finally caught up with us.  We are now seeing STD’s morphing to the point of being antibiotic resistant.  GONORRHEA, the clap, transmitted via all types of sexual activity, anal, oral, vagina, is now being call Super Gonorrhea.  This year, 2017, the CDC issued a “urgent warning” to all medical doctors to be cautious when and how to prescribe antibiotics to treat Gonorrhea, as this is our last know line of defense.

Chlamydia, the most alarming STD increase in the United States. A record 1.6 million new cases reported in the US in 2016 alone.

Have you heard of HPV? Did you know there is NO treatment for HPV?

HPV is so common that most sexually-active men and women will get at least one type of HPV at some point in their lives.

If your sexually active, if you care, and if you want to know more about what I’ve discussed here then, GET EDUCATED!

Soon I’ll blog how and why myself and many others consider Pornstars and the adult industry to be one of the safest places to have both protected and unprotected sex.

-Robbi Racks