Pineapple Support To Host One-Day Wellness Event – Safety, Stability, and Self-Love

Pineapple Support, the adult industry’s leading mental health non-profit, will host a one-day wellness event focused on safety, stability, and self-love. The event, sponsored by Sextpanther, Sexyjobs, and Stripchat will take place online on August 24th, from 11AM to 4PM PST.


The event will include presentations, classes, and discussions led by Pineapple Support therapists, including:


  • “The Art Of Self Pleasure” with Nadège Collot (11AM PST)
  • “Love & Relationships After Trauma” with Devin D’Shae (12PM PST)
  • “Petrified Of Saying No” with Steven Mollura (1PM PST)
  • “The Importance Of Playtime” with Emma Martin at (2PM PST)
  • “Dating Yourself” with Devin D’Shae (3PM PST)


“Inspiring healthy relationships with yourself and others comes with challenges, particularly when it comes to intimacy,” says Pineapple Support founder and CEO, Leya Tanit. “Creating a stable personal environment and dealing with life’s uncertainties in an appropriate and effective manner is essential to happiness and fulfilment.”


Tanit founded Pineapple Support in 2018, after a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illnesses. The organization, a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in the United States, has connected over 10,000 adult performers to mental health services, including free and low-cost therapy, counseling, and emotional support.


“During this one-day event, we focus on being content with what we have, being comfortable within our lives, and being content with our purpose,” says Tanit. “Through self-love and self-nurturing, Pineapple Support therapists and experts hope to inspire safety and security from within.”


The one-day “Safety, Stability & Self Love” wellness event will take place online on August 24th, from 11AM to 4PM PST. For more information about this event and to reserve a place, visit

Pineapple Support To Host Private Retreat Space and Panel at XBIZ Miami

Pineapple Support will attend the XBIZ Miami conference next week, where it will host a panel and a private retreat space for creators sponsored by Stripchat.

“Our retreat space will allow creators to relax and recharge, with food, teas, phone charging stations, and presentations by other creators,” said Pineapple Support founder and CEO, Leya Tanit. “It’s a space where creators can be themselves, without any pressure to perform.”

The space will also be used to host two ‘Community Talk’ panel discussions sponsored by Stripchat, one by Dan Leal (May 16 at 5 p.m. EST) and another by Pineapple Support Ambassador Sabien Demonia on (May 17 at 3 p.m. EST).

Pineapple Support mental health practitioners will be on hand throughout the day. A special Pineapple Support therapist will be present at the retreat space to speak with anyone healing after sexual trauma, and Svakom will provide pleasure products to those who have experienced sexual trauma and want to relearn self-care.

The retreat space, sponsored by Stripchat, can be found at the poolside bungalow and will be open each day of the event from 12 p.m. (EST) until closing.

Pineapple Support will also host a panel discussion at XBIZ Miami, “How To Advocate For Yourself On Set,” focusing on the difficulties, processes, and solutions around communicating your needs on set as a performer. The panel, moderated by Steven Mollura, will include Ana Foxx, Shaundam, Sofia Rose, Lucy Hart, Nyssa Nevers, Sabien DeMonia and Devin Green.

“While many come to Miami to celebrate, our emotional needs still need to be taken care of,” Tanit added. “Pineapple Support will be here to help performers that want a break from the parties, as well as to provide a safe place to heal and learn from both peers and mental health experts. It’s a space that will leave you feeling better and more empowered than you came. I can’t thank Stripchat enough for their generous support.”

XBIZ Miami will take place in South Beach, Miami, Florida from May 15 to 18. To learn more and view the full schedule of XBIZ Miami, click here. To learn more about becoming a sponsor of Pineapple Support, click here.