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SextPanther Join Pineapple Support Bronze-Level Sponsor

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health nonprofit, is pleased to welcome SextPanther as a Bronze-level sponsor. The adult sexting site joins over fifty adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

 

“We are very excited to have partnered with Pineapple Support as a Bronze Sponsor in an effort to offer mental health support and wellness resources to sex workers industrywide, and especially our valued community of SextPanther models,” says Alex, founder and President of SextPanther. “We couldn’t be happier to have the opportunity to contribute to this wonderful organization, not to mention offering our support in an effort to tackle such an important issue that affects millions daily.”

 

The support provided by SextPanther and other sponsors will help Pineapple Support to provide free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support to models, performers, producers and workers in the sex industry throughout the world.

 

“I’m so glad to have the support of SextPanther and their team as we approach the holidays, and adult workers can face increased mental health challenges,” says Leya Tanit, founder of Pineapple Support. “This has been a difficult year, and their generous support allows us to continue providing individual counseling, support groups, webinars and other vital resources to those who need them.”

 

Pineapple Support was founded by Tanit in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organisation, which is a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over 1800 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

 

To find out more about becoming a sponsor of Pineapple Support, please visit https://pineapplesupport.org/sponsorship/.

AltPlayGround Joins Pineapple Support As Supporter-Level Sponsor

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health nonprofit, is pleased to welcome AltPlayGround as a supporter-level sponsor. The open lifestyle community joins over fifty adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

 

“As an open lifestyle community we share much of the same attitudes and values around sexuality as the porn industry,” says Mike McDonald, Director of Marketing at APG. “The work Pineapple Support is doing in providing mental health therapy services to its performers, but also their efforts towards eliminating the stigma around sex work and mental health, is something we truly commend them for. AltPlayGround is proud to become an official supporter of this great organization.”

 

Pineapple Support was founded by British performer Leya Tanit in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organisation, which is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over 1500 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

 

“We are thrilled to have the support of AltPlayGround,” says Tanit. “Tax-deductible donations like these allow us to reach even more performers with mental health services and emotional support, which is incredibly important right now.”

 

The organisation is now spending almost triple as much each month on treatment compared to prior to COVID. To find out more about becoming a sponsor of Pineapple Support, please visit https://pineapplesupport.org/sponsorship/.

NMG Join Pineapple Support As Supporter-Level Sponsor

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health nonprofit, is pleased to welcome NMG Management as a supporter-level sponsor. The brand management specialists join over fifty adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

“Mental health is always important, even more so now that we are all navigating a whole new reality while coping with a worldwide pandemic,” says Megan Stokes, Partner NMG Management. “Pineapple Support is doing a great job of providing these health services to anyone working in the adult industry. And we at NMG Management are pleased to do our part in helping to support their wonderful organization.”

Pineapple Support was founded by British performer Leya Tanit in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organisation, which is a qualified 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over 1500 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

The support provided by NMG Management and other sponsors helps Pineapple Support to provide free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support to models, performers, producers and workers in the sex industry throughout the world.

“The support of NMG Management means so much to our organization,” says Tanit. “Requests for therapy have spiked 65% in just the last six months. The generosity of our partners makes a huge difference in not just the lives of individual performers, but also in the overall strength of our industry.”

To find out more about becoming a sponsor of Pineapple Support, please visit https://pineapplesupport.org/sponsorship/.

#LetsDoeIt Join Pineapple Support As Supporter-Level Sponsor

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health nonprofit, is pleased to welcome #LetsDoeIt as supporter-level sponsors. They join over fifty adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

“We’re proud to be supporters of Pineapple and the team,“ says Phil R, COO of #LetsDoeIt. “Given the incredible work they do in helping the performers in this vital industry, we wanted to show our support and help to share the message that seeking support for mental health is extremely important. We’re glad to do our part.”

Pineapple Support was founded by British performer Leya Tanit in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organisation, which is a qualified 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over 1500 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

“We’re grateful for the support of #LetsDoeIt at a time when requests for therapy have tripled due to COVID,” says Tanit. “This could be considered a defining moment for the adult industry and it’s going to take everyone to come together and protect the mental health and well-being of the models and performers during this time.”

The support provided by #LetsDoeIt and other sponsors helps Pineapple Support to provide free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support to models, performers, producers and workers in the sex industry throughout the world. To find out more about becoming a sponsor of Pineapple Support, please visit https://pineapplesupport.org/sponsorship/.

Streamate Signs On as Pineapple Support Platinum Sponsor

Pineapple Support has announced Streamate as their latest platinum-level sponsor. The live cam site joins over 50 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

“This is one of the highest levels of support a company can provide to the organization,” said a rep.

Streamate’s Director of Marketing Liz said the company “is a proud sponsor of Pineapple Support. The incredibly supportive and stigma-free environment Pineapple provides, in addition to a truly worldwide reach, is unmatched in our industry. At a time when mental health, self-care and a judgment-free zone are crucial to our well-being, Streamate’s support of Pineapple is an easy decision to make.”

Liz added that “the success of the industry as a whole relies heavily on the continued support of all humans both professionally and personally, Pineapple Support has committed to doing just that, and we are honored to continue our support.”

Pineapple Support Founder Leya Tanit thanked Streamate for their “generosity and support.”

“With their platinum sponsorship, Streamate is showing just how much they value those who use their platform,” said Tanit. “Requests for therapy have reached new heights due to COVID, and support like this helps us continue to provide free and low-cost therapy to those who are struggling. I’m grateful to Streamate and their team for giving back to the adult industry.”

For sponsorship details, visit Pineapple Support and follow them on Twitter.

JuicyAds Joins Pineapple Support as a Sponsor

JuicyAds has joined over 50 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to Pineapple Support.

“JuicyAds is excited to join Pineapple Support as a sponsor, especially during Suicide Prevention Month,” the company’s Digital Strategist Rainey Stricklin said. “Their work provides invaluable mental health and wellness resources to the individuals in our industry and we’re happy we can help further that cause.”

Leya Tanit, founder of Pineapple Support, welcomed the sponsorship.

“At a time when demand for mental health services is higher than ever, we’re so glad to have JuicyAds come aboard,” she said. “Support from generous sponsors like JuicyAds allows us to reach even more performers in need of mental health services and emotional support.”

Tanit noted that requests for therapy with Pineapple Support have nearly tripled in the last year, and have risen 65% in the past six months. The organisation is now spending almost triple as much each month on treatment as it did prior to COVID-19. Click here for additional sponsorship information and follow the org online and on Twitter.

Playboy Partners With Pineapple Support

Playboy has joined Pineapple Support as a sponsor, joining over 50 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the organization.

“Pineapple Support provides a vital service for those in sex worker industry,” said Holly, associate director of subscriptions for Playboy. “We feel honored to partner up with such an organization. Mental health is something that had been overlooked in the industry before Pineapple Support. We look forward to working closely with them and bringing the issues to light and getting everyone the support they need.”

Leya Tanit, founder of Pineapple Support, welcomed the company as a partner.

“We are extremely grateful to Playboy for their support,” she said. “Having such a globally recognized adult brand means so much to an organization like ours, and helps take away some of the stigma from mental health. Our spending on therapy tripled due to COVID-19, with requests for therapy having risen 65% in the past six months alone, so support from our partners is critical to meet that need.”

Click here for additional sponsorship details and follow the org online and on Twitter.

Adult Webcam Experience Company ImLive Partners with Pineapple Support

ImLive Joins Forces with Pineapple Support to Provide Mental Health Services to Workers in the Online Adult Industry

ImLive.com, a site that offers the largest variety of adult webcam experiences, announced today a partnership with Pineapple Support, a free support and therapy service for all persons working in the online adult industry. Together, the two organizations are setting out to make sure that online sex workers have access to mental health services.

“Now more than ever, it is important for all of us to be aware of our mental health and take the necessary care. By partnering with Pineapple Support, we are making sure that not just ImLive hosts, but performers all across the industry have access to the best mental health services whenever they may need them,” said Adrian Stoneman, VP of Business for ImLive. “We are consistently looking for ways to give back to the community, and this partnership will go a long way in helping those in our ImLive family and beyond.”

Pineapple Support was founded by British performer Leya Tanit in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organization, which is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over 1500 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

“We are incredibly grateful to ImLive for their support,” says Tanit. “Their generosity makes a huge difference to the lives of cam performers, as well as the overall strength of our industry. We’ve tripled our spend on therapy already due to COVID-19, and with industry leaders like ImLive behind us, we’re able to continue our mission to support the mental health and well-being of sex workers around the world.”

ImLive operates with approximately 85 million members and hosts in 100+ countries spanning every continent. Users have spent over $1 billion and more than half a million models have broadcast on the platform over the site’s history. The company’s diverse roster of cam models are passionate and committed to providing the best webcam experience possible, and as a result, the leading cam chat arena has pioneered some of the ultimate innovations in the space. Such innovations include the introduction of a remote device in 2005 that allowed users to control vibrators on the host side, as well as being the first cam site in 2016 to integrate technology of immediate cash outs where hosts can withdraw their earnings immediately after a session has ended.

ImLive has been in the news recently with the launch of several new campaigns, including around its “18th Birthday Wish-a-Thon,” for which it granted 18 wishes from host, members and the general public – one for each year it has been in business. Some of those granted already include initiatives that raised funds to plant trees across the world and help save the endangered Scrotum Frog of Lake Titicaca.

Pornhub Renews Sponsorship of Pineapple Support

Pineapple Support announced today that Pornhub will renew its Gold Level sponsorship of the organization.

“The Pornhub Model Program is dedicated to the care, safety and well-being of our models,” said Pornhub VP Corey Price. “So we are happy to announce that we have partnered up with Pineapple Support once again to offer a free online mental health service created specifically for adult industry performers.”

Pineapple Support is a non-profit organization that connects adult performers with mental health services globally.

“We’re incredibly thankful that Pornhub is renewing its sponsorship for another year,” said Founder Leya Tanit. “The continued support of Pornhub and its team helps to send an extremely positive message to the adult industry that mental health is of paramount importance to all performers and models. With the help of generous sponsors like them, we can continue our work to connect anyone that needs mental health services in the industry with dedicated therapists and counselors.”

For the latest information, follow Pornhub and Pineapple Support on Twitter.

CAM4 Joins Pineapple Support As Bronze-Level Sponsor

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health nonprofit, welcomes CAM4 as a bronze-level sponsor. The live cam site joins over forty adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to Pineapple Support.

“We are thrilled to partner with Pineapple Support to build on the incredibly important work they’ve been doing in our industry,” says CAM4’s Communications Manager, Shannon McD. “It’s imperative for platforms like us to get behind initiatives that provide performers with access to vital mental health and wellness resources, and we couldn’t dream of a better organization to collaborate with!”

Pineapple Support was founded by British Performer Leya Tanit in early 2018, in response to losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organisation, which is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected nearly nine hundred adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

“We’re thrilled to have the support of a pioneering site like CAM4,” says Tanit. “This sends a clear message to the entire cam industry that access to mental health resources is crucial to the success of our workers. Working alongside companies like CAM4 will help us to reach even more performers in need of support.”