Perfect Fit Brand Named XBIZ “LGBT Pleasure Products Company of the Year”

By on May 22, 2018

New York, NY- At the XBIZ 2018 Awards–the “Golden Globes” of the adult industry–Fort Lauderdale/Toronto-based sex toy company Perfect Fit Brand was named “LGBT Pleasure Products Company of the Year.”
While the innovative Perfect Fit Brand has steadily released numerous products that appeal to men gay and straight, it is the Buck Angel FTM Line of trans sex toys that brought the company’s imagination and daring to media attention.

A collaboration between trans activist and sex-positive personality Buck Angel and Perfect Fit Brand designer and CEO Steve Callow, the FTM Line was officially launched with the 2017 release of the Buck-Off™ FTM stroker, designed specifically for trans men undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
In early 2018, two new products in the Buck Angel FTM Line were released: The Kiss-X, a smaller, tighter version of the Buck-Off™ designed for FTM guys not in medical transition, or early on in their HRT, and the Fun Boy FTM Packer (fake penis and balls to be worn in pants), which, though initially designed for FTM men, is so sensational looking may gay men are wearing them for fun.

Buck Angel and Perfect Fit Brand CEO Steve Callow at the 2017 Folsom Street Fair
Perfect Fit Brand personnel include CEO Steve Callow, who is gay, a trans man, and people across the gender and sexuality spectrum.

The company is a dedicated sponsor of numerous LGBTQ events and organizations, including International Mr. Leather, The Saint at Large presents the Black Party, and Folsom Street Fair. An expanded list of recent and current sponsorships is below:
International Mr. Leather (IML), May 24-28, 2018 – Taking 9 booths this year, and also donating $2,000 worth of prizes to the winner and runners-up of International Mr. Leather and International Mr. Boot Black and sponsoring an IML contestant from the Atlanta Eagle. Previously IML sponsorships include contestant fundraising packages in 2015 and 2017, as well as fundraising efforts for the Leather Archives and Museum.
The Saint At Large presents Rites XXXIX: The Black Party – Sponsored the photo booth at the recent April 21 event in New York City.


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