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Adultwork Joins Pineapple Support As Bronze-Level Sponsor

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

 

“We are delighted to become a Pineapple Support Partner,” said Vince Charlton, AdultWork.com’s Business Development Director. “Mental health and wellness services dedicated to adult industry performers are vital and we wholly support Pineapple for providing these.”

 

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 a thousand adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

 

“Adultwork’s support and contribution to Pineapple helps us reach even more adult performers around the world. Especially during trying times like those we are currently facing, mental health and wellness is especially important,” says Tanit. “Thanks to the support from all of our generous sponsors, we’re on track to connect more adult performers than ever this year.”

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.

TheAdultToyShop Is Newest Pineapple Support Sponsor

TheAdultToyShop.com has joined Pineapple Support as a Supporter-level sponsor.

The adult e-commerce company joins over 40 other businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the nonprofit mental health organization.

“As a female-owned sex shop that provides visitors a comfortable shopping environment, we understand the importance of feeling good both in and out of the workplace,” explained Mayla Green, co-owner and resident sexpert of TheAdultToyShop. “We are delighted to contribute towards the incredible work that Pineapple Support is doing in the industry to help everyone feel comfortable at work.”

Pineapple was founded in 2018 by British performer Leya Tanit, in response to losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organization, which is a registered nonprofit in the United States and a registered charity in the U.K., has so far connected nearly 1,000 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

“We’re very thankful to TheAdultToyShop for their support,” said Tanit.  “At a time of incredible stress, we’re working hard to reach as many performers as possible with mental health services. Thanks to the help of all of our partners and sponsors, we’re connecting record numbers with therapy, counseling and support.”

For more information, click here and follow Pineapple on Twitter.

Flirt4Free Joins Pineapple Support as Sponsor

Flirt4Free has joined Pineapple Support as a Partner-Level Sponsor, joining over 40 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources and helping to provide support and mental health resources for models and workers in the sex industry.

“We are proud to be a Pineapple Partner and show our support for all that Pineapple’s doing to bring mental health awareness and aid to the industry,” said Gregory L. Clayman, Flirt4Free CEO.

Leya Tanit founded Pineapple Support in 2018 after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organization, which is a registered tax-deductible qualifying charity in the U.S. and a registered charity in the U.K., has so far connected over 700 adult performers to mental health services.

“I’m very grateful to Flirt4Free for their support,” said Tanit. “It’s been two years since we launched Pineapple Support, and the generosity of Flirt4Free and our other sponsors has helped us affect the lives of so many adult performers. With the continued support of the industry, we will be able to dramatically grow our presence, and reach anyone in need.”

Find Pineapple Support online and on Twitter.

In related news, Tanit received WIA Woman of the Year honors at the 2020 XBIZ Exec Awards earlier this month.

PascalsSubsluts Joins Pineapple Support at Supporter Level

PascalsSubSluts has joined Pineapple Support at the supporter level, joining over 40 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to the adult industry’s leading mental health non-profit and helping to provide support and mental health resources for models and workers in the sex industry.

“Pineapple Support has given us the opportunity to extend the basic duty of care and respect that we try to show towards each and every performer we work with,” said Andy Baxter, producer of PascalsSubSluts.

“It’s important and correct for us to support Pineapple in their superb work,” he continued. “It’s nice for girls to enjoy working with us, but nicer still to think that we might be able to help the more vulnerable amongst them just a little bit more after we’ve closed the door.”

Pineapple Support was founded in 2018 by Leya Tanit after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organization, which is a registered tax-deductible qualifying charity in the U.S. and a registered charity in the U.K., has so far connected over 700 adult performers to mental health services.

“PascalsSubSluts will help us continue to provide free and low-cost therapy in the sex industry,” says Tanit. “Pineapple Support celebrates our second anniversary this month, and, thanks to our amazing partners, we’re looking to a brighter future for the industry.”

Find Pineapple Support online and on Twitter.

PascalsSubSluts is the reigning XBIZ Europa Awards winner for Specialty Site of the Year and a 2020 XBIZ Awards nominee for Fetish Site of the Year.

Visit the studio on Twitter here.

NETbilling Joins Pineapple Support As Sponsor

Payment solutions specialist NETbilling has partnered with Pineapple Support, joining over 40 adult businesses and organizations in committing funds and resources to Pineapple Support as a support-level sponsor.

“NETbilling is very pleased to sponsor Pineapple Support to help with the necessary assistance that they are providing,” commented CEO Mitch Farber. “We hope everyone in the industry will generously give to this great cause helping industry performers.”

Financial support provided by NETbilling and other sponsors will underwrite free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support for adult performers around the world, further supporting Pineapple’s continued growth.

Regarding this latest announcement, Pineapple Support founder Leya Tanit thanked NETbilling for their contributions.

“NETbilling’s support will help us to continue connecting adult industry professionals to mental health support services, including individual therapy and group workshops, as well as aiding future outreach and awareness” she said. “The generosity of our partners makes a huge difference in the lives of performers, and in the overall strength of our industry.”

Tanit founded Pineapple Support after several high-profile losses in the adult community from depression and mental illness. The organization has since connected over 700 performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

For the latest updates, follow Tanit and Pineapple Support on Twitter.

BongaCams Joins Pineapple Support at Supporter Level

BongaCams has partnered with Pineapple Support as a Supporter-level sponsor, joining over 40 adult business and organizations committing funds and resources to the non-profit org.

Their financial support will underwrite free and low-cost therapy for adult performers around the world, further supporting Pineapple’s continued growth.

“BongaCams are proud to be sponsors of Pineapple Support,” said the company’s affiliate manager, Aleksandra. “We believe in the work they do and want to do our part. It’s important for us to help.”

Leya Tanit, founder of Pineapple Support, thanked BongaCams for their contribution.

“We are incredibly grateful to BongaCams for their continuing support,” she said. “The increasing sponsorship from cam companies sends a message that the mental health of cam models is being taken seriously across the industry. The support of sponsors like BongaCams enables the continued service that we provide to the adult community, as we look towards our two-year anniversary in January.”

Tanit founded Pineapple Support after several high-profile losses in the adult community from depression and mental illness. The organization has since connected over 700 performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.

For the latest updates, follow Tanit and Pineapple Support on Twitter.

Erotik.com Joins Pineapple Support as Sponsor

LOS ANGELES — Erotik.com has joined Pineapple Support at the Partner level, joining over four-dozen adult companies to commit funds and resources to help the organization provide mental health resources to performers and other adult industry members.

“We have all read the sad news of the past few years,” said Erotik.com’s Sascha E. “Each of these cases had touched me deeply. When I got to know Leya and her team and saw firsthand the passion with which they wanted to help our industry, it was immediately clear to me that we would support them.”

Erotik.com describes itself as “a market leader in adult VOD and retail in Europe.” Founded over fifteen years ago as DVDErotik.com, Erotik boasts of “one of the most extensive libraries in Europe.”

“We are thrilled to have the support of Erotik.com,” said Leya Tanit, President of Pineapple Support. “With industry leaders like Erotik.com behind us, we’re able to continue our mission to support the mental health and well-being of sex workers around the world.”

Tanit founded Pineapple Support in 2018 after several high-profile losses in the adult community from depression and mental illness. The organization has connected over 500 performers to mental health services.

For the latest updates, follow Tanit and Pineapple Support on Twitter.

Streamate Joins Pineapple Support as Gold Sponsor

Streamate has joined Pineapple Support as a gold-level sponsor, joining over four-dozen adult companies to commit funds and resources to help the organization provide mental health resources to performers and other adult industry members.

Streamate’s financial support will underwrite free and low-cost therapy to performers anywhere in the world, and support Pineapple Support’s continued growth.

“Streamate is very excited to be a supporting sponsor of Pineapple Support,” said Liz, the company’s director of marketing. “As a leader in the cam industry, it’s imperative we show our encouragement for all models’ well-being and personal health, and the industry as a whole. Having organizations like Pineapple providing support and therapy services to the adult industry is critical and strengthens us as an industry. Streamate is honored to be a part of it, and we genuinely appreciate the hard work of Pineapple Support.”

Leya Tanit, the org’s founder and president, thanked Streamate for their sponsorship. “Over the past year-and-a-half, we’ve been able to develop innovative pilot programs that have reached hundreds of performers — a first step in building lasting performer health programs,” she said.

“Streamate’s sustaining commitment to Pineapple Support will help us expand our services,” Tanit continued, “and allow us to build an enduring organization that performers can count on to help them through difficult times.”

Tanit founded Pineapple Support in 2018 after several high-profile losses in the adult community from depression and mental illness. The organization has connected over 500 performers to mental health services.

In related news, the inaugural Pineapple Summit is set for October 30 and 31. The mental health summit is entirely online and free. Registration is now open; visit pineapplesummit.org for additional details.

For the latest updates, follow Tanit and Pineapple Support on Twitter.

Chaturbate Sponsors Pineapple Support at Silver Level

Pineapple Support has announced Chaturbate as its newest Silver Level sponsor.

“Chaturbate is pleased to sponsor Pineapple Support and their mission to support the mental health in the adult community,” said Chaturbate COO Shirley Lara, “while also expanding the resources available to support the mental wellness of Chaturbate independent broadcasters.”

Pineapple Support was launched in 2018 by British performer Leya Tanit and has connected more than 100 adult performers to mental health services including free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support.

“We are thrilled to have Chaturbate working with us to help advance our mission to support the mental health and well-being of sex workers,” Tanit said.

Pineapple Support is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit in the U.S., and a registered charity in the U.K., so donations may be tax-deductible.

For more information, click here.