Vote for the Girls Australia gets a perfect season and ending well


MARION, Indiana and SYDNEY, Australia (AVA ZINN) – Ava Zinn announced Tuesday that the Vote for the Girls franchise in Australia has achieved a perfect season.

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The franchise got its first victory on the fourth season of “The Voice Australia” when Ellie Drennan, a VFTG AU pick supported by Ava Zinn, was announced the winner. Five more victories followed after Emma Freedman was declared the winner of the fifteenth season of the Australian version of “Dancing with the Stars” and in the process became the first female celebrity to win that show since Birdie Carter won in 2007 with Kathi and Karly Jameson as the winning moderator (the second duo moderator since Ava Zinn and Kymberly Alvaraz in the American version upon Nick Fradiani’s victory on the fourteenth season of “American Idol”).

On The X Factor Australia Tuesday, it was announced the seventh season final consisted of pop duo Jess & Matt, female soloists Louise Adams, male soloist (aka VFTG AU Flex pick) Cyrus Villanueva, all chosen by Ava Zinn, who also hosts the Australian version of VFTG, in addition to the US and the UK adaptations. Jess & Matt, Louise, and Cyrus will be in the Vote for the Girls Hall of Fame, of which will be exported to the American version of Vote for the Girls, of which the United States is the flagship country of the Vote for the Girls franchise.

Also, it was announced Monday on the twenty-first season of the American version of “Dancing with the Stars” upon the unexpected withdrawl of Tamar Braxton, chosen by Julia Passalt, resulting in the disqualification of Ms. Passalt and fellow purple team moderator Lanise White after Kim Zoliac withdrew from the competition. This left Ava and Kymberly as the winning moderator of Dancing with the Stars USA 21 by default, and hence securing Irwin a spot in the Vote for the Girls Hall of Fame in both Australia and the United States.

Vote for the Girls Australia becomes only the third franchise to never had a VFTG Loss–the others are Vota Feminili (Vote for the Girls Italy) and Rosta for Flikorna (Vote for the Girls Sweden).

Vote for the Girls USA was started in May 2010 as a campaign by Aeverine “Ava” Zinn to support voting for Crystal Bowersox following the elimination of Siobhan Magnus. Vote for the Girls is dedicated to supporting all of the female contestants who the producers would love to see win on American Idol, The Voice, Rising Star, and The X Factor. Fans vote en masse for the female contestant(s) that the moderators feel provides the most entertaining performances that go in favor (or on occasion against) what the producers want in a winner and that annoy the voting public. The Australian version started on July 1, 2015 and ended on November 24, 2015.

Hosted by Emmy® Award-winning host Tom Bergeron (America’s Funniest Home Videos) and Erin Andrews (sports host & Dancing with the Stars Season 10 finalist), Dancing with the Stars is the hit multi-award-winning series in which celebrities perform choreographed dance routines which are judged by renowned ballroom judge Len Goodman and dancer/choreographers Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and ballroom dancer and Emmy®- Nominated choreographer Julianne Hough.


Chicagoan by birth (as a boy), Ava Zinn was brought up in Van Buren, Indiana. With an psychological/mental injury prematurely putting an end to any hopes of a promising career in special education, she went back to business to complete a course in housing and media production management. Her dedication and natural talent led her to train with some of the Indianapolis and Fort Wayne’s leading personalities, such as Bob Imperial and Marshall Davidson in Fort Wayne, and Patrice Rafferty in Indianapolis.

Ava has also become a star of the internet both in the Hoosier state and in the U.S., as well as in the UK, with Indiana web series such as SANTA AVA, as well as the top-rated YouTube channels: the American and British versions of VOTE FOR THE GIRLS  and AvaZinn.com. .


Ava Zinn to take part in Risperdal settlement


In August 2002, just days after my brother Albert took his own life (despite the Adams County Corner ruling my brother’s death an accident), I was prescribed by Dr. Jerry Co a drug called Risperdal after I said, “I’m OK, but not OK.”

I took that particular medication for as much as as six months and realised that my fate (as a biological male) was sealed the second the pill traveled through my liver.

Today, after reading through my Facebook feed, about Risperdal and male breaths growth, I had an obligation to make my story heard.

I will update this story.


Vote for the Girls: United Kingdom and Australian adaptations to end…

Vote for the Girls Australia will end on November 25, 2015 following the seventh season Grand Final of “The X Factor Australia”

As any good steward of business will tell you that elimination and elevation are important factors in today’s market. As a quote said, “That means ending something and taking something you are currently doing and making it better.” After studying the habits of the Twitter and Facebook followers and looking at the YouTube episodes ratings, the decision has been made to complete the run of the Australian and Britain versions of Vote for the Girls. This is not due to financial problems, my ongoing gender transition, or poor ratings in case anyone is wondering. I will say too many restrictions and limits lead to that decision of which the pre-existing restrictions and limits were what caused yours truly go downhill after 2013.

The first Australian season of my popular Vote for the Girls web site began on July 1, 2015 with The Voice Australia’s fourth season. Only two episodes were posted on the Vote for the Girls Australia YouTube channel. According to my resources, the pilot was hardly impressed due to a lack of live feeds from the Australian broadcast networks, unlike the American and British versions. Therefore, the Australian version of Vote for the Girls is on a one week tape-delay and airs at 5:00 AM Eastern (10:00 AM in London and 7:00 PM in Sydney). That was just one reason why I believe Vote for the Girls Australia wasn’t performing good. I can think of four other reasons why VFTG AU became my biggest flop in 14 years.

If the Aussie site was performing better, then the site would have returned for a second season that  would likely want to replace yours truly as webmaster and keep the site going. Based on the ratings and despite what will be a perfect season (as my pick of Ellie Drennan was declared the winner of The Voice Australia season 4, fellow transwoman Kathi Jameson’s pick of Emma Freedman broke an eight year curse on Dancing with the Stars Australia after it was announced that Freedman won over my final pick Matthew Mitcham and a good shot of becoming the winning moderator in the event should my picks of either Natalie Conway, Louise Adams, Michaela Baranov, Jess & Matt, In Stereo, or Cyrus Villanveva–the latter two are flex picks–win the seventh season of The X Factor Australia), it’s far more likely that I had predicted big things for the Australian and British equivalents of Vote for the Girls, very little subscribers on YouTube and followers on the Facebook and Twitter viewers are reported to have tuned in to the most recent updates. The British (or United Kingdom Version) is currently in its third series.

Vote for the Girls UK will end in 2017 (pending renewal of The Voice UK).

And I will confirm speculation is rife that Vote for the Girls Australia will not return for a second season, but I will confirm that Vote for the Girls UK will return for a fourth and final season pending on what happens with “The Voice UK” after that show’s fifth series.

Meanwhile, on the American version of Vote for the Girls, by stark contrast has pulled in better ratings and viewership than the United Kingdom and Australian equivalent of my popular web site devoted to get votes for the female contestants and supporters of that particular web site is popular in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Denver, Tampa, Pittsburgh, and Milwaukee due to the addition of “Dancing with the Stars” on the American version. I’m pleased to announce that Vote for the Girls (USA) will be back for an eighth season and renewed through the 2018-19 season (VFTG’s tenth season, pending what happens with “The Voice USA,” DWTS, SYTYCD, and other competition shows that may be added)

Vote for the Girls USA moderator Lanise White said to yours truly, “Ava, girl, you need to worry about those ratings in Australia and Great Britain! The American version is way better than the UK and Australia combined.” – telling this mogul that she needs to focus more on this transwoman’s efforts across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
But let’s face it, long ago, even before I launched “Vote for the Girls UK” in June 2013, there were signs that the British and Australian versions were headed in, shall I say, one direction: downward. What did I do wrong in Australia and the United Kingdom? I can think of several reasons where I think I went wrong.

  1. Hiring Karly Ryder, Jr.: Trash Tube fans rejoiced when they learned that the Purple vs. Pink rivalry of yours truly and Karly would appear on the Australian and British adaptations of VFTG. But somehow, that chemistry wasn’t there. To make matters worse, Australians confused Karly’s name with an “Australian Idol” alum by the same name of Karly Ryder. And when Karly’s last pick of Naomi Price did not make the The Voice Australia Grand Final, it was clear that her involvement just wasn’t going to work out, at least on the American and Australian versions.
  2. Deaths of Ariel Swaringen, Michelle Steele, Khayla Chow, Rhonda Rhodes and Nermal Everman: Ariel, Michelle, Khayla, Rhonda and Nermal were just as night and day with Nermal already a treasure in Muncie, Indiana, due to being the niece of Vote for the Girls USA moderator and my long-time closest friend Holly Everman while on the other hand, Khayla was just as passionate who was ready for a fight. But after Holly’s infamous “Bi-Black-Bimbo” remark on the American Version and the deaths of Ariel and Michelle in March 2014 in addition to what has since been reported to be a rumored lack of camaraderie with Tracia Ward, Nermal, Rhonda, myself, and Kendra Ray. Just a few weeks into the UK web site’s second series, Khayla was let go from both the American and British versions after I found out from a trusted source (which turned out to be Lanise White) that Khayla actually called The Voice UK 3 contestant Lee Glasson a “f**king d**k-head” upon the elimination of Rachael O’Connor and profiled The X Factor UK 11 contestant Kaleigh Manners as a transman. Khayla did not take the news well and attempted to gain access to the VFTG set by kicking into the door (that startled Tracia) and VFTG USA moderator Kymberly Alvaraz fatally shot Khayla on October 21, 2014 and was eventually found not liable. Whatever the reason, those deaths indicated that even early on, there was chaos behind the scenes of the American, British, and Australian adaptations of Vote for the Girls.
  3. Too Many Schedule Conflicts: It was never a good idea to try to schedule the debuts of both the Australian and British versions of Vote for the Girls around baseball season nor Back to School season in America. One night before the twelfth series of Strictly Come Dancing live shows began on the British version, a black woman (identified as Whitney) interrupted taping of the British adaptation of VFTG that was eventually shown in its entirety and I would eventually get four moderator victories as my Strictly Come Dancing pick of Caroline Flack won with fellow Strictly Come Dancing pick Frankie Bridge being runner-up as well as the Moderators’ Saves of respective X Factor UK 11 and The Voice UK 4 picks of Fleur East and Lucy O’Byrne. Whitney was later sanctioned, confronted and eventually let go at the end of 2014 for that reason and eventually gave the 3:00 PM Eastern slot back to the Zinn family.
  4. Ava Zinn Had Too Many Restrictions and Too Many Limits: The British and Australian versions of Vote for the Girls differed from the American version since London (England) and Sydney (Australia) are respectively five and fourteen hours ahead of Indianapolis. That would create a problem for the Australian version and not for the British version (unless you are willing to give up NFL football). It was never a good idea to even try to produce the Australian and British versions of Vote for the Girls in the same location in America.
    However, yours truly realized a major weakness with the Australian version from its debut, and I had Twitter for live updates and had to wait at least 24 to 48 hours for external feeds and coverage. During The Voice Australia’s fourth season on the Australian version of Vote for the Girls, only the battle and super battles results were shown on the VFTG AU YouTube channel on a one week delay, then suddenly interrupted, and then totally preempted, one the most important competitions: Dancing with the Stars Australia 15. Midway through the competition came the announcement that the rest of the season’s episodes would instead air at a later date.  But, unlike the American and British versions that had live coverage (via Internet live stream), Vote for the Girls Australia could offer only limited recap coverage of the events, making spoilers impossible to avoid. The Aussie version has never really got off the ground.
  5. Too Many Obligations and Commitments… Too Many Problems without Solutions: Several problems on the American  was never a good idea
  6. What Happens in America Does Not Always Happen in other countries: The American version of Vote for the Girls is definitely a successful franchise than  than other countries. On the Swedish and Italian versions of Vote for the Girls, respectively known locally as “Rösta för Flickorna” (Vote for the Girls Sweden) and “Vota Feminilli” (Vote for the Girls Italy), those franchises are currently have yet to see a Vote for the Girls loss; hence, a perfect season (both have used the Moderators’ Save with the Swedish version the first to implement it)–and pretty much add Australia to Sweden and Italy as the only VFTG franchises to have never had a VFTG Loss. Thailand has not been successful though due to the Thai version (known as Vote for the Girls THAILAND) has only seen one victory with Maneepat Molloy, but the Thai adaptation was still totally out of its depth trying to get support for the female contestants on “The Star.” Apparently both the Australian and British adaptations of Vote for the Girls’ first competitions were “The Voice” with Ellie Drennan and Andrea Begley respectively won the fourth season of The Voice Australia and the second series of The Voice UK while the American version’s first competition was “American Idol” season 9 with Crystal Bowersox coming in second place but finally got its first victory with Melanie Amaro on the first season of “The X Factor USA.” Apparently beginner’s luck in Australia and Great Britain in no way prepared yours truly for a bad curse in the months that followed.
  7. The fact VotefortheWorst.com only competed against Vote for the Girls in the United States: Ava Zinn (yours truly) became a YouTube name thanks to THIS WEB SITE, so when the first Vote for the Girls UK YouTube episode debuted, in July 2013 and it was basically “too Americanized”, that seemed rather odd. And the fact that YOURS TRULY–AVA ZINN, the same transwoman who created the Vote for the Girls franchise and is currently selling the franchise worldwide as well as hosting (and also have a moderatror’s victory)  the American. British, and Australian versions, would allow such a web series to run and compete against an anti-fan site just seemed good.
  8. People over Profits (Kymberly Alvaraz buying my virginity): Following my decision to auction off my virginity to eventual partner Kymberly at the end of the British version’s second series, I’d say I laughed all the way to bank and for love, but that would be an inappropriate turn of phrase, considering how completely un-emotive the British and Australian versions were compared to the American version, and occasionally filled in for me on the UK and Australian adaptations when I was unable to do so. All Kymberly brought to the the moderator panel on the Australian and British versions of Vote for the Girls was her name and her fame (as a former news presenter in Denver, Colorado). The now 48 year old’s  glassy-eyed demeanor, and even greater lack of interest in my own Vote for the Girls picks undoubtedly contributed to the slump.

All is not lost for the “Vote for the Girls UK” and “Vote for the Girls Australia” franchise, however. My Strictly Come Dancing (Dancing with the Stars UK) 12 pick of Caroline Flack is currently hosting The X Factor UK and my X Factor UK 10 pick of Samantha “Sam” Bailey is doing well. And of course, there’s always “Vote for the Girls USA,” where I may find the next Valerie Rockey, Cassadee Pope, or “flex pick” Nick Fradiani because IT IS MY SITE–Vote for the Girls–after all.

But when 2017 comes around, there will sadly be no “Vote for the Girls Australia” nor “Vote for the Girls UK” for female vocalists fanatics in Australia and United Kingdom. So there will be speculation that they could watch yours truly swear and blow cigarette smoke when the uncensored American version is posted instead.

Vote for the Girls USA has been renewed for an eighth season.


Vote for the Girls Australia ending after one season…

VFTG AU logo

The Australian version of the popular web site based on the American version, which has produced the victories of Emma Freedman and Ellie Drennan, will be first and last due to declining ratings and inconsistent viewership on the YouTube channel.

The final episode will be the Grand Final of The X Factor Australia (which began its seventh season last night) pending the number of female contestants remaining, Aeverine Zinn Holdings and NoSirGifts Syndication announced Friday.

The Australian version of VFTG will join the Thailand version as the only Vote for the Girls franchises that have been canceled or not renewed. In Thailand, the site has three consecutive losses that lead to Thia Tola relocating from Thailand to the United States after failure produce a female winner of “The Star.” In Australia, the site’s YouTube episodes faltered in the ratings and it is one of the factors that lead to the web site’s cancellation. While the Australian version was one of the most anticipated of 2015, it has failed to deliver on the viewership and continues to see massive drops in the viewers week-to-week, despite the recent Vote for the Girls victory of Emma Freedman on the Australian version of Dancing with the Stars breaking an eight-year curse.

Vote for the Girls creator Ava Zinn said, ” I invested so much time and money into this project and with disputes in the United States, everyone is just kind of baffled at how poorly the site doing.”

A replacement for the web site will most likely be an uncensored from the American version.




Three VFTG Victories for Ava Zinn and Kymberly Alvaraz, Makeup Competitions not wasted


What’s better than a Vote for the Girls victory in America? Two victories: one male and one female on Vote for the Girls.

On American Idol XIV, Team Ava & Kymberly became the winning moderator as their pick of Nick Fradiani defeated Clark Beckham and Jax Cole even though it was, unfortunately an all-male final as Jax finished in third place and since the Moderator Panel of Zinn, Alvaraz, Holly Everman, Kellie Rock, Julia Passalt, Kendra Ray, Thia Tola, Tracia Ward and Lanise White all voted to pick Jax, the Moderators’ Save was used on Jax to decline the loss and effectively allowed Tracia Ward the dual winning moderator with Zinn & Alvaraz. This gave Zinn her 11th moderator victory and the first for both Alvaraz and Ward.


Then on The Voice 8 Final, as Koryn Hawthorne finished fourth and Joshua Davis finished third, that left Meghan Linsey and Sawyer Fredericks as the Top 2 and securing the DOUBLE VFTG Victory (instead of what would have been a Vote for the Girls loss had Fredericks not been a Vote for the Girls pick). However, since the web site decided to allow Sawyer Fredericks as a Vote for the Girls pick as well as Meghan Linsey, this necessitated the male and female victories….Sawyer’s win gave Thia Tola her first American VFTG Victory and her second overall after Maneepat Molloy won the first season of Thailand’s Got Talent (of which got imported onto the American version of Vote for the Girls following the cancellation of the Thai version of Vote for the Girls) and Linsey’s victory (as the female winner) also gave both Zinn and Alvaraz their respective 12th and second moderator victories.

And on the Dancing with the Stars 20 final, as Noah Galloway finished third, another Double VFTG victory occurred as Rumer Willis defeated Colorado-born Riker Lynch and giving Kendra Ray her very first Vote for the Girls victory in the United States and Lynch’s runner-up finish also gave the male VFTG Victory, securing the 13th and third moderator victories for Zinn and Alvaraz, respectively.

It may not make sense, but after research of the voting habits, the time finally came after we became successful with Nick Fradiani and Jax Cole on American Idol, the web site announced some very big changes for the web site’s seventh season in which a male soloist (known as a FLEX pick) can be allowed as a VFTG pick in addition to the existing VFTG picks (male-female duos, predominately girl groups, and of course, female soloists).

As for any make-up competitions, Ava has decided to give the entire moderator panel the summer off and as a result of the male and female victories on American Idol 14, The Voice 8, and Dancing with the Stars 20 as well as the victory on Dancing with the Stars 19, none of the moderators face any punishment for failure (such as the Leg Beards for Breast Cancer and No Shave November) nor participate in the America’s Got Talent 10 nor So You Think You Can Dance 12 competitions.

Just because the main moderator panel on VFTG were given the makeup competitions off, she’s not letting it go to waste as the participants of Santa Ava 23 will take turns as the main Vote for the Girls moderator panel. But not to worry, the main moderator panel’s positions are safe.


Vote for the Girls USA: Ava Zinn plans “radical” changes to next season’s shows

The very popular American version of Vote for the Girls could end up being very different to any of the previous seasons.


After ratings for the current run continued to decline despite the additions of So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD), America’s Got Talent (AGT), Dancing with The Stars (DWTS) as make-up competitions, changes are already in the works and thought up for next year’s Vote for the Girls.

Changes that took effect were the additions of the Moderators’ Save that was used to decline the defeats of Valerie Rockey of So You Think You Can Dance 11, DaNica Shirey of The Voice 7, Jax Cole of American Idol 14, and Meghan Linsey of The Voice 8–the two latter were declared the “Female Victories” with American Idol 14 winner Nick Fradiani (chosen as a Vote for the Girls for Team Ava Zinn and Kymberly Alvaraz) and The Voice 8 projected winner Sawyer Fredericks (chosen by newcomer Thia Tola).

Another change that took place was Alvaraz’s move from the pink team to the purple team after Kymberly (Christian) Alvaraz began a long-term relationship with Ava Zinn, resulting in the first duo moderator on the Vote for the Girls moderator panel, and proved to be popular in both Indianapolis and Denver, with the web site has shown growth in Denver with Alvaraz on the moderator panel (and the fourth strongest moderator on the panel behind Zinn, Holly Everman, and Kellie Rock) while the site saw growth in Pennslvania and Indiana.

Speaking about the future of Vote for the Girls USA, Ava Zinn (yours truly) admits that there are currently a few plans on who would be on the moderator panel. I know Kymberly, Julia, Kendra, Holly, Kellie, Thia, Lanise, Tracia, and I will be back on the panel…. with three other duo moderators besides myself and Kymberly, Julia and her transgendered daughter (Rachael) on the purple team and two duo moderators on the pink team: Holly & Nermal Everman (Holly’s niece) and Kellie and her transgendered wife (Megan).

“Things have to change, I’m not talking about people on the site, we’ve got some ideas which I’m excited about.”

Ratings for Vote for the Girls on YouTube this year have been some of the worst in years, with the spring cycle viewing figures getting close to below 2,000 viewers. Most of blame has to be the combination of several show presentations shown on one episode, construction/renovations at the YouTube Broadcast Operations Center that began on March 16, 2015–the same day as the DWTS 20 season premiere, and ongoing disputes/impasses causing schedule conflicts with Ava Zinn.


Ava Zinn Statement Regarding April 22, 2015 Incident in Marion, IN


As most of you know, or will know if you haven’t heard already is that on the early afternoon of April 22, 2015, I have been a victim of a sexual assault. It is the second time in my life it has happened. The incident has been reported to the Marion (IN) Police Department later that afternoon and have pressed charges for the woman to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.


on the afternoon of April 22, 2015, I got off the Marion City Bus – specifically the West Marion bus – at the intersection of Westwood Square and 2nd Street to the Cardinal Greenway to use the restroom and then get cigarettes from the Sunoco Mini Mart, at 120 South Miller Avenue, at approximately 1:15 PM. It would be the last time I ever sat foot in the Picture Perfect area as well as the last Marion City Bus I ever took for the time being. It was also the last time I ever sat foot at that particular Sunoco Mini Mart. This is considered to be 9/27 copycat.

At approximately 1:16 PM on the afternoon of April 22, 2015, I pulled the ding cord that alerted the bus driver named Jim to stop at the intersection of Second Street and Westwood Drive. I remember getting off first going around my business going to the restroom at the Cardinal Greenway, getting cigarettes at Sunoco Mini-Mart, and head back to the neutral site since renovations were underway.

At approximately 1:17 PM, the rape suspect—described as an African American female between her late teens and mid 20’s standing no more than five feet six inches in height with a blue arrow-like piercing on her left eyebrow with her hair tied back wearing a blue hoodie, a pair of dark blue jeans, a blue backpack with a mobile telephone with a pink cover, also got off the West Marion bus and followed me (I did not follow her at all even though she sat across the aisle and I sat at the seat behind that particular bus seat) just as I was about to use the restroom at the Cardinal Greenway, which would normally be a five minute walk from the bus stop at the intersection of Second Street and Westwood Drive.

At approximately 1:18 PM, the suspect then lured me into the back of a building behind a former tattoo parlor that also houses Hoosier Imaging, Temprol Comics & Sci-Fi, Picture Perfect Pet Center, and Deb’s Laundry, collectively known as the businesses that are housed at Westwood Square. Despite efforts on my part to get away from the suspect, I remember blacking out since I had a trace amount of vodka approximately 16 hours before ; therefore I was not under the influence of alcohol, but was under the influence of nicotine.

Then at approximately 1:19 PM, the suspect, in fact lured me into the back of the building and at that point I knew I was in duress and pretty much frozen in fear and from that point on—that was when I knew at that point (though I did not know that at the time and pretty much blacking out) something wasn’t right. The last thing I remembered was the suspect managed to pull my pants pulled down and I urinated at southeast corner, reliving myself under duress. Another thing I also remembered was the suspect saying, “you pee a lot” and fondled my breasts (of which I knew that was inappropriate). The suspect’s hands touching my breasts inappropriately as well as my genitals right then and there sat off the red flag that this was a sexual assault/rape was about to happen, hence in violation of Indiana Code 35-42-4-8. The suspect at that point, committed a female-on-male sexual battery charge when she touched my breasts inappropriately even though my gender identity is that of a female and right then and there.

The suspect then according to my recollection took a photo of my “enlarged clitoris” with her mobile telephone without my permission. Therefore, the suspect is in violation of Indiana Code 35-45-4-5, commonly known as public voyeurism.

Then at 1:22 PM approximately, the suspect knowingly or intentionally caused me to perform or submit to other sexual contact as defined by Indiana Code 35-31.5-2-221.5 when I was 100 percent unaware the sexual intercourse or other sexual contact occurred has committed female-on-male rape, a Level 3 felony. The suspect FORCED me to insert my “enlarged clitoris” to the suspect’s vagina—I could tell right away this met my threshold of a female-on-male sexual assault the very second the suspect fondled my most intimate parts of my body (my breasts first and then my “enlarged clitoris” afterwards) since the suspect did not have my consent whatsoever to have sexual intercourse or other sexual contact (its always reserved for my significant other and only such person has that privilege) with me and the very split second the suspect INTENTIONALLY caused me to perform the sexual act—I knew right away I was raped the second I ejaculated and I was emotionally injured by the suspect.

After the rape happened, I knew something wasn’t right but I did not know that because it was truly a nightmarish feeling going through my mind once I entered the Sunoco Mini Mart for what would probably be for the foreseeable future the last time I ever sat foot at that particular Sunoco Mini Mart and the Picture Perfect area. I knew I was hurt (most of my injuries were mental and emotional) and at the same time it felt like one of my the biggest nightmares in nearly 25 years. My first thought when I went to Sunoco, I was trying to get cash out of an ATM and I only had nearly $18 that I had earmarked to pay a credit card bill that was due knowing if I took out money to pay for the emergency contraceptive the suspect wanted $20 and it was clear to me the suspect’s primary motive of the female-on-male rape has to be robbery to support a habit of the suspect’s—whatever the suspect’s motive of raping me was, whether it is prostitution, a sexual gratification, or just not having the funds, I don’t believe I will ever know the answer to that question of motive on the suspect’s part.

While I was getting cigarettes at the Sunoco Mini Mart at approximately 1:25 PM, as I intended to after I got off the West Marion bus, I wanted to alert the clerk at the store about the rape that just occurred and I could tell from the clerk’s face, I just couldn’t ask the clerk to call the police because (1) the rape suspect by that time had gone to the restroom and (2) I was under an incredible amount of fear after the suspect verbally threatened me by saying she would press charges against me in the event I reported this female-on-male rape and/or in the event suspect is pregnant she would obtain an abortion or a similar statement. This was a threat I took seriously and the suspect’s words and threats indicated to me the suspect is a danger to me and in a violation of Indiana Code 35-45-2-5, of which prompted me to comply with the suspect’s demands once I left Sunoco for the last time for now at 1:30 that Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

During the nearly 40+ minute walk from Sunoco to CVS/pharmacy (415 West Third Street), I knew deep in my heart I had to do the right thing because:

I had to report the rape as quickly as possible despite the suspect’s objections not to do so because I knew the threshold of sexual battery was committed the very second I was touched inappropriately by the suspect;

This rape became the third such sexual attack in my life of which I became the victim.

The first rape occurred at Turtle Creek Apartments that was committed by suspect Clyde Davis in July of 2002 (that rape became the first time a sexual act without my consent had been committed when Mr. Davis intentionally performed “male on male” oral sex when I was in pretty much in very deep emotional trauma caused by the death of my mother two months earlier on May 10, 2002 and has since made a full recovery physically but years of mental and emotional pain from loss and domestic abuse at the hands of my mother, brother, and extended family members do occasionally cause a minor hiccup now and then; therefore after I began to transition to female, it was determined (awaiting doctors’ confirmation) that if and when I do return to college sadly, I will never be able to attend full-time ever after determining from doctors over the years and will be cleared to only attend no more than part-time status. The first rape was never reported to Marion Police—and even if I did report the 2002 rape, it would not have made any difference for the following reasons:

(1) The statues of limitations from the 2002 rape have since passed as of 2007 and therefore any charges I would press would not make any difference anyway because in that case all of the evidence was destroyed by Mr. Davis. That rape would have been reported under my previous name (as a male) and it would not have made any difference whatsoever at all. That rape started the beginning of what eventually proved to be the last two years of living as a male.

(2) As is the case with male sexual assault victims, as a biological male (though I had a gut instinct after I remember seeing a woman named “Amy Jo” one day and since I had began smoking four months earlier after one fateful prom), I fell into the so called peer pressure to prove my manhood physically and sexually with the sense of inadequacy, loss of power and control and eventually made the college life much difficult and failing to find another college to attend to fill the void left after my dis-enrollment from Indiana Wesleyan University with no solution that met my standards so I can get re-admitted back to Indiana Wesleyan University pretty much caused a domino effect with repercussions felt both directly and indirectly.

This  female on transgender female (biological female on biological male) rape occurred at approximately 1:25 PM on April 22, 2015 and reported to Marion Police (case number 2015-10498) at 3:16 PM that same day and evidence was also collected in addition to pressing charges for the suspect to be prosecuted. This rape differed from the previous two rapes because the suspect’s gender is female and she could be potentially pregnant; therefore, giving birth to a baby potentially by between December 2015 and March 2016 or if worse case scenario the suspect follows through on her threat go through with an abortion if she is pregnant from the rape, I will add the capital murder charges with the rape. In the event the suspect is pregnant despite emergency contraceptive I will request the superior court with EXTREME PREJUDICE at my request to impose the the suspect serve at least 25 years in prison (death penalty or 55 years in the event she went through with the abortion)

I focused on the suspect’s actions throughout the two and a half mile walk lasting nearly 40 minutes as follows:

I observed the suspect was calling a woman named “Alisha” (I’m not sure of the spelling or pronunciation of that particular name) about something that I’m confident is absolutely none of my business on that same cellular mobile telephone the suspect used to photograph my “enlarged clitoris,”

I also noticed her shoelaces on her boots were untied (of which could have caused her to trip on her own shoelaces during the 40 minute plus walk—something I neglected to mention in my initial statement to Marion Police) and tried my best to keep the my focus on the suspect,

I remembered being asked by the suspect if I had any sexually transmitted diseases and I responded that I did not. It is in my dating and relationship policy of mine that anytime I am a rape/sexual assault victim and the offender is someone other than my significant other, I always get tested for any sexually transmitted diseases and HIV to ensure I have no sexually transmitted diseases in addition to reporting the rape and pressing charges for the suspect to be prosecuted under Indiana law. As of May 2015 there are no sexually transmitted diseases as a result of the rape.

Once I had entered CVS/pharmacy at approximately 2:10 PM to get the emergency contraceptive and the receipt from CVS is Exhibit A and after the transaction of the emergency contraceptive was used with my debit card (while at the same time fulfilling a promise made to the current representative payee also to avoid overdrawing from my bank account I have access to due to a very strict long-standing iron-clad family policy requiring a bank account and cannot be changed for any reason whatsoever, though it is typically unusual for SSI beneficiaries as most do not have such bank accounts yet in my case the bank account of mine is necessary and will eventually come in handy in the event should I become my own payee since her only income at this time is SSI) due to the fact I has a very strict policy (I’m typically paid by the month in order to circumvent the current Representative Payee’s rules and alleviate schedule conflicts) and never usually carries more than $20 cash as of January 4, 2011, and as shown in Exhibit A: Receipt from CVS was given to the the Representative Payee, which Petitioner had to report. The funds in question were eventually replenished and the credit card payment was in fact paid with no overdraws.

At 2:25 PM approximately, the suspect and I went the separate ways after approximately between an hour to 75 minutes. Once the suspect went her separate way to a bus stop near the Marion Public Library and I realized at that moment was my opportunity to report the rape and I headed straight to the Community Support Program—finally acting on my first instinct the very second the suspect committed sexual battery and it was clear I was sexually assaulted. I remember crying hysterically for the next two to four hours in pain and in trauma (this clearly showed in the eventual initial statement I gave to Marion Police while I was at the hospital because I am, and still are, living in fear my life as well as also of the possibility the suspect could potentially turn the tables on the rape investigation).

At 2:27 PM, I alerted a supervisor while at the Community Support Program by the first name of Christina and told her what had happened an hour earlier—I made it clear my priority has to be to report the female on male rape IMMEDIATELY right there from that point on the suspect did not have my consent not because I did not have a condom, and when I informed the supervisor the very second the female on male rape happened I knew it was a rape that could potentially be a blessing in disguise for me (I clearly stated this in both my initial statement to Marion Police and to the hospital staff) since I remember from a conversation I had from either sex ed class in high school or from the father of my first girlfriend (“it takes only one sperm” to get a girl pregnant such a phrase I remember being said then). I then went to the hospital because I knew I was hurt. By 6:00 PM, I was treated and released from the hospital and was heading back to the “neutral site” and eventually began taping for the April 22, 2015 edition of the American version of “Vote for the Girls” in addition to alerting the landlady about “a potential household change” come January 2016, implying the female-on-male could potentially be a blessing in disguise in the event the suspect is in fact pregnant and assuming the suspect hasn’t gone through with an abortion (I will press charges for murder if the rape suspect goes through with the abortion because the suspect does not know me and I do not know her). This will be my first human child and when the rape was reported, I made it very clear in both the initial statement to the police, nurses, and to the mental health officials I am keeping the child since I was not wearing a condom when the female-on-male rape occurred.

In the hours that followed, several of my moderators on “Vote for the Girls (USA)” had questioned my emotional state that night while back in November 2014, viewers on the American and British adaptations of “Vote for the Girls” started noticing that my voice (as a woman) sounded uncharacteristically gravely and emotionally unhealthy on the YouTube episodes posted. The production of the American and Australian adaptations of “Vote for the Girls” went on as scheduled. I realized by the end of May 2015 that had I done anything differently other than what I did on “Vote for the Girls” and on the afternoon of April 22, 2015 as well as after renovations to my home were finished, the childproofing process to my home began, I believe my fans on Vote for the Girls and on YouTube would have been at the mercy of someone and effectively resulting of the cancellation of the American, British, and Australian adaptations of “Vote for the Girls.”

This female on male rape was an incident 19 years in the making with the suspect’s intent to commit prostitution. As I previously mentioned, a year earlier I announced on my YouTube channel on April 18, 2014 that I was auctioning off my virginity and having sex for the final time as a male—following through on a threat I made after the elimination of Ellona Santiago on “The X Factor (USA)”—if two males were in the American Idol season 13 final and/or if Josh Kaufman won the sixth season of “The Voice” (which oddly enough, the latter did occur). The virginity auction commenced on May 9, 2014 and ended on June 15, 2014 with Kymberly Alvaraz was informed that she was the winning bidder of the virginity auction after I accepted Ms. Alvaraz’s offer that produced a long-term relationship that will expire January 4, 2018. Like with all previous long-term relationships before entering into the agreement with Ms. Alvaraz, Ms. Alvaraz met all of the requirements that I laid out when the virginity auction was announced with Ms. Alvaraz making one notable exception that I allowed and the relationship process began on July 19, 2014, announced on November 29, 2014 and becoming official January 4, 2015. This confirms that the female-on-male rape happened when the suspect knowingly and to the best of my knowledge I believe the suspect’s intent was either:

  • the fact the suspect wanted a relationship (whether the suspect knew I had been in a relationship with KYMBERLY LAURA ALVARAZ (nee CHRISTIAN) since November 2014);
  • wanting sexual gratification in order to prove her bisexuality (I believe I could tell the suspect was bisexual—in fact, the two previous sexual assaults I encountered in 2002 (as a male) in Marion and 2010 (as a woman) in Indianapolis were bisexual males) ;
  • or a desire of power.

The suspect committed the female-on-male rape happened with the suspect’s likely motive of her revenge of social rejection, prostitution since my debit card was used after the rape occurred, or to a least likely extent has to be stalking (of which I don’t believe I can prove the rape was the result of the suspect seeking an intimate relationship with me nor do I believe to the best of my knowledge the suspect has a fixation or a sense of entitlement to an intimate relationship with me that apparently attracted the suspect’s interest in the first place). What the suspect may not realize was the fact she also could also be charged with prostitution because I went undercover as a male prostitute since I believe that area is or will be prone to prostitution.

I have pressed charges for the suspect to be prosecuted for female-on-male rape and/or feticide should the suspect already went through the abortion (since I am the biological father of the unborn child and Kymberly will take the legal maternal rights).


Ava Zinn Statement Regarding March 12, 2015 Arrest


MARION, INDIANA (March 13, 2015) – On the afternoon of March 12, 2015, I was in negotiations with officials regarding the future of the Aeverine Zinn Holdings facility in Marion, Indiana (while I’m still also in negotiations with various apartment complexes in Indianapolis and will start serious negotiations in Muncie that will end over 30 years in Grant County and nearly 20 years in Marion). I’m sure that the parties involved that Thursday afternoon less than a mile from Walmart and Lowe’s in Marion are doing the best they can during the renovations that will displace yours truly, my girlfriend, Kymberly, and my family that will result (as far as my sources have told me) will cause me a major inconvenience.

When my mother passed on May 10, 2002, I swore to her on her death bed the night before at Ball Memorial Hospital, I would do a better job at raising my existing children and future children of mine–to this day nearly 13 years after and a gender transition from Margaret Zinn’s youngest son to now her only daughter, I am far more successful in over the ten years living as a woman. Otherwise, I would be in a gravesite (and no plans to do so).

Unfortunately, with the WISH-TV/Bright House dispute in October 2008 now the causing just 89 percent of the financial problems I’ve faced since my dismissal from Indiana Wesleyan University on September 27, 2001, and the solution that will resolve those two disputes once and for all by relocating out of Marion. That solution nearly came to a close last year, but fell through due to someone who THINKS HE OR SHE KNOWS MY BEST INTERESTS (when that person really doesn’t).

Last year, when I announced that was auctioning off my virginity and having sex for the final time as a biological male on April 18, 2014 (after I had threatened to do following Ellona Santiago’s elimination and such announcement was made after Jessica Meuse landed in the bottom two) of which resulted in a long term relationship with my current girlfriend (Kymberly Alvaraz). The sexual act happened on August 28, 2014 at my home and took every single precautionary measure available. That resulted in Kymberly cheating on her husband at the time Kymberly and I had sexual intercourse (Kymberly’s ex-husband, Dan Alvaraz, has since passed after he filed for an at-fault divorce).  As part of the deal, I did not have any meat from March 1 to December 25 resulting in pretty much have since adopted a low meat habit (from now on, I will only eat meat if a female contestant wins or on a major holiday). Also as part of the deal, I have added all of the major Denver sports teams in addition to supporting the Colts and Bears (as they’re in different conferences and became a problem in Super Bowl XLI), the Pacers, the Fever, and Notre Dame (typically in generally only watch such sporting events when a VFTG competition isn’t happening)–but I figured since Indianapolis doesn’t havre an MLB or NHL team, I’d support Kymberly cheering on the Coloado Avalanche and Colorado Rockies as well as the Denver Broncos (since Peyton Manning has some popularity in both Indianapolis and Denver) and Denver Nuggets (in addition to the Pacers by coincidence both the Pavers and Nuggets were part of the NBA-ABA merger). Other parts include the fact that Kymberly spent nearly $50,000 since the relationship formally began on January 4, 2015–such occourances include was when I ran out of food, Kymberly managed to pick up a couple of restaurants chain gift cards and is more than willing to find real solutions to problems I face, of which I commend her for doing an awesome job for a biological woman that relocated from Colorado to Indiana after spending nearly all of her 46 years in Denver.

Then towards the end of 2014, when I announced that Kymberly and had reached an agreement, and after she was found not guilty of involuntary manslaughter, I knew Kymberly was an honest woman from the day she sat foot that night in May 2010–what I saw in Kymberly clearly told me from staring at her eyes and long brunette hair told me the story she was passed over for a job promotion (of which she mentioned happend in 1993, and she said she wouldn’t go through that again.)

Once “Stalker” drew to a close on WISH-TV as the final CBS program to air on that station before moving to WTTV (channel 4), I had a feeling that justice was served somehow when WISH-TV lost its CBS affiliation, and given the changes that I made to Vote for the Girls to allow my moderator panel to decline DaNica Shirey’s defeat on “The Voice.” I realized that and the fact I was now with a woman 16 years my senior, and after being alerted about another resignation–at which point one era ended and another era began (ala from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck).

Fast forward to being alerted on February 25, 2015 at 6:00 pm and that’s when I went to battle mode and ready for a fighting until a favorable solution is found. I alerted everyone involved and there’s going to be a problem and when I learned of the date the renovations were starting on the same March 16, 2015 season premiere of Dancing with the Stars–find a neutral site became my top priority for Vote for the Girls and that is what started this whole mess (and because of changes I made in 2002, the person that causes the schedule conflict or is found to be the prime suspect will be confronted). It’s the basis of what is considered to be “ProducersNews Directors Have a Choice, Viewers Don’t” and the fact since taking over the Zinn family Head of Household in 2002 some new rules I’ve implemented such as not being forgiven until one’s death and abolished old rules such as the no TV punishment (which was the first rule I got rid of, and the closest thing to it now is pretty much not letting any of my children watch my YouTube videos for Vote for the Girls–which are typically TV-14 (generally I don’t allow my little girl Tabby to watch such programs until March 27, 2017–the day she is 14 years of age), TV-MA (generally the uncensored versions) and those TV ratings that are on the upper land corner when uploaded by yours truly are there as many of my friends have children of their own.

Then was the day that could have spawned another April 18, 1996 or September 27, 2001–both those dates fell on a Thursday as did March 12, 2015.

There was a reason why I had no choice besides resign from Carey Services on May 31, 2013 after four years beause of the circumstances of keeping up a facility that’s housing the set of VFTG and your own home to keep costs down, in addition to declining mental health (and I believe the incident on March 12, 2015 could’ve been another mental health scare depending on who you ask), and a family that needs my attention.

When I learned about the the solution that was offered (which didn’t meet my expectations) and it will be declined because it does not meet my needs and that is what I believe caused me to eventually have a very bad night in nearly 20 years that got me arrested earlier in the day and ejected from the Vote for the Girls set March 12, 2015 is the fact that as the webmaster of one of the most popular reality-based fan sites like Vote for the Girls is that the are certain rules and standards that I must comply by is the fact that when I made the agreement when I launched Vote for the Girls, all of the active moderators and producers (in my case, the webmaster, host, head moderator, and excecuitive producer) MUST be present at the set on the performance and/or available to tape the presentation of results program on the American version from 7 PM until all of the moderators have voted on performance night as well as the final product ready for upload on to the You Tube channel (a process that takes as much as 12 hours to render a 45 minute clip and another six to be uploaded onto the YouTube channel) on results night, and that cannot be delayed, interrupted, pre-empted (unless the last female contestant’s elimination leaves no Vote for the Girls picks remaining at which point the competition ends and the subsequent remaining episodes will be replaced by a “Classic VFTG”) or delayed for any reason–even weather delays, cable TV blackouts, television reception issues, etc. A violation of this occurred in July 2012 and that didn’t go too well and it is something that cannot happen on Vote for the Girls again. I Know that sounds like an unreasonable demand, but it is necessary as there are no other television providers that will ever meet my needs.

Upon learning the available options didn’t meet my standards, I knew this was a dangerous situation and it was quite clear  the only solution I came up with was the hotel room for a week (a third would eventually stay in the facility during renovations when the competition is in progress usually 24-48 hours). I had preferred to “do a temporary transfer of AT&T U-Verse” from my home to the neutral site and back until renovations were completed (that was a solution Kymberly came up with). Then, that “heat of the moment” when I was pretty much went Judge Judy on the official and in attack mode as if my life in danger. I’m sure that 25 years of client experience will say, “Well played, Ava” while others will simply say “What we’re you thinking?” Clearly emotions were high that Thursday afternoon as I’ve seen in various scenarios (more recently between moderators on VFTG) from fights to outbursts to yours truly at times being a bitch for being extremely passionate, which often times I do swear, I demand perfection, and very rarely blowing cigarette smoke in someone’s face (ala Morton Downey, Jr.)

Was I right to get in an official’s face and yelling at someone? Was it unavoidable? Was it the first time I’ve lashed out? Was it gonna be something that made me proud now, but in 20 years won’t be?

Sure getting in a screaming match, pounding the table, and getting in someone’s wasn’t the best way. When I did that, the first thing I figured, “My life is gonna be screwed up, so is yours for screwing up mine.” Another thought just went through my mind, was the outfit wore a black shirt and black pants (and it was the first time that particular outfit was the appropriate attire since I tend to wear such when I am in a fight mode or when someone connected to me or Kymberly dies). I knew I that I was right to wear that outfit, and nonetheless, I was arrested for assault and disorderly conduct.

I have learned this year, that doing these risky behaviours in 2014, were necessary and demonstrating passion.  Other times that became necessary and didn’t have any alternatives also included some past notable events and often are very brutal Vote for the Girls punishments for failure (if a female contestant doesn’t win). The examples are being without a hotel room in Indianapolis (twice in 2010 and 2013) and Pittsburgh (2011), biking four hours one way from Marion to Muncie (three times in 2011, 2014, and another will happen in 2015), biking three hours from Marion to Wabash in 2011, biking two hours in what felt like 95° heat from Marion to Upland in 2012, as there other reasonable solutions available. The risky behaviours are due to the fact that I have lost faith in Marion and want out as quickly as possible and the reason there are certain stores in Marion I decided to stop going to altogether (examples include Aldi and Lance’s New Market in Marion after being falsely accused of leaving the scene of an accident on July 14, 2014, of which an Aldi store in Muncie and Lance’s New Market in Gas City serving as replacement.)

As a result of this incident and arrest, I have decided to postpone the launch of the Australian version of Vote for the Girls until August 2015 (as a result, my moderator panel will participate will participate in the next Dancing with The Stars Australia competitions for five years, regardless of the outcomes of any subsequent “X Factor Australia” and “The Voice of Australia” competitions) and call off the second series of the United Kingdom version of Vote for the Girls pending the winner of The Voice UK 4 that will end on April 4, 2015 (in the event should a male contestant win The Voice UK a 4 and/or the Moderators’ Save is used to decline the VFTGUK Loss, My moderator panel will not be participating in the Britian’s Got Talent 9 makeup competition and will instead participate in five “Strictly Come Dancing” makeup competitions, regardless of the outcome of any subsequent competitions of “The X Factor UK” and “The Voice UK”, yet will participate in Britain’s Got Talent 10 instead).

I have also decided after Sarina-Joi Crowe’s elimination the night of March 12, 2015, that my moderators on the Vote for the Girls panel in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia will all participate in the typical Leg Beards for Breast Cancer Awareness in October 2015 as well as No Shave November 2015–even if a female contestant and/or a supported contestant on all three Vote for the Girls adaptations wins American Idol 14, The Voice USA 8, So You Think You Can Dance 12 (if a female contestant does not win American Idol ), America’s Got Talent 10 (if a female does not win The Voice), The Voice UK 4, and The Voice of Australia 4.

The 28 year relationship between the mental health clinic and yours has always provided me the right to reject objectionabe solutions or treatments that doesn’t meet my needs. And just because I’ve been emotionally disabled for nearly 30 years when I was diagnosed with Autism (later Aspergers Syndrome and diagnosed as a transsexual woman) doesn’t mean I lack the knowledge and such behavior can be justified.

If my actions on March 12, 2015 have caused more Americans to pay more attention and get more fans to Vote for the Girls and showing support, I believe I will have accomplished a mission of mine.



Ava Zinn’s American Idol 14 Picks (Vote for the Girls’ Team Ava & Kymberly)

Ava and Kymberly have made their American Idol 14 picks as follows.

Here they are in no particular order:

  1. Sarina-Joi Crowe
  2. Loren Lott
  3. Lovey James
  4. Adanna Duru
  5. Jackie “JAX” Cole
  6. Katherine Winston
  7. Maddie Walker
  8. Alexis Gomez
  9. Shannon Berthiaume

After some adjustments made, my American Idol 14 picks are as follows:

The Best of Worst Picks are for Ava & Kymberly: Tyanna Jones

However, Ava & Kymberly are split between four VFTG Picks:

Ava chose Joey Cook and Shania “Shi” Scott
Kymberly chose Nick Fradiani and Riley Bria

My Vote for the Worst picks are… Not going to be revealed until after the American Idol 14 competition ends, or if you don’t want to wait and find out who right now…

FIND OUT for $8 $5 to see who Team Ava & Kymberly chose as their Vote for the Worst Pick… As an added bonus, Ava & Kymberly will throw in who the MALE MODERATOR CREW (Leonard Lai and Clark Jones) chose as who they want to see win (so that’s a Buy One Get One Free deal there.)

Learn more about Vote for the Girls USA at www.voteforthegirls.us



I think I know where I went wrong with Vote for the Girls….

This past fall, it was basically unfamiliar territory for my site, Vote for the Girls (US). Only one victory happened in 2014 that occurred after Tommy & Peta got eliminated on Dancing with the Stars 19. It is something I’m definitely not used to as the site normally gets one VFTG Loss per season.

Vote for the Girls USA

Vote for the Girls USA

As the webmaster and founder of one of the popular sites that has been promoting votes for the female contestants, I do take any female contestant’s elimination hard. As a transwoman 32 years of age having successfully auctioned off my virginity to 47 year old Kymberly Alvaraz for a three year relationship deal. That was something. Really something that became interesting for most of 2014.

While I was out and about in Marion a month and a day before my birthday (12/3/14), I spoke to two of my previous significant others (Elisa and Christy, still living) about Kym.

Last year after Ellona Santiago finished sixth place on The X Factor USA 3, I said I would auction off my virginity to the highest female bidder and having sex for the final time as a biological male–that (along with not shaving my legs for two months for BOTH Leg Beards for Breast Cancer and No Shave November for The Voice 6 and American Idol 13 losses, forcing the site to make-up competitions So You Think You Can Dance and adding America’s Got Talent and Dancing with the Stars as make-up competitions with SYTYCD; and basically wearing strapless or tube tops and thong panties from June to August 2014–that punishment like other punishments are a blessing in disguise) was surely going to get some people talking. After Khayla Chow (1991-2014) sparked the Vote for the Girls brawl after shoving my friend, Holly Everman, to the floor, and with an ongoing scheduling dispute that ended after WTTV (channel 4) switched to CBS. Many have complained to Jackson Steele — the man in charge of NoSirGifts (they are distributing Vote for the Girls USA)

In the end, it did cost me a few friends on Facebook (notably Jennifer Tedder, who I don’t believe I will re-friend until Febuary 2019) and believe the reason why I cannot comment or like anything on American Idol’s Facebook page. While doing research, the “Make the Switch” campaign of Vote for the Girls clearly didn’t work — the site had dropped nearly as much as 61 percent (shown below) and the site’s YouTube viewership dropped  44 percent.

Dismal 2014...

Part of the reason I think I know why the views on YouTube and site views dropped is because of poor promotional and advertising is just one thing thing I can think of obviously. The fact of the matter of the poor views on YouTube and on the site itself is the fact I had tried to promote the Vote for the Girls format offline and that clearly didn’t work out. That unfortunately got me a lot of trouble–not financial trouble as one source says. Advertising VFTG alone will be nearly $10,000 per year and the only sponsors that are willing to advertise on the site are GoDaddy and AFENA Federal Credit Union. So I am looking for new sponsors that are willing to promote Vote for the Girls in the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, Australia, and other countries that have their own adaptations of Vote for the Girls.

A second reason I can think what is wrong with VFTG is the fact due to a lack of original content, a separate set (secondary facility for Vote for the Girls) as they share the same facility as my home and d/b/a Aeverine Zinn Holdings. That is something I don’t believe will work out unless I decide to open a Vote for the Girls themed restaurant (or so called pubs) where there will be viewing parties similar to a sports bar per se.

A third reason where VFTG is going wrong is the video provider and fearing DMCA complaints by posting the full episode on the web site, in addition to YouTube, decided not to post them not because of storage space or lack of another video provider that will store as much as 100 hour length episodes in 720p high definition (though I could present the episode live on the VFTG live stream channel, yet still have questions about how that would work out since it is similar to broadcasting live on TV.)

This year on Vote for the Girls, as the American version began its sixth season back in July 2014, the presentation of make up competitions (So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Got Talent, and Dancing with the Stars), the moderator panel using a new element called the Moderators’ Save (similar to the judges save on American Idol), having the American public having as much power as the moderators of Vote for the Girls do, and as an improvement to the Male Moderator’s offer–I’ve decided to add a couple of transgendered men–Yes, I did say that correctly–F2M’s (female to male transsexuals or transmen) to the site.

The Moderators’ Save has already been used twice and used to veto what would otherwise could have been the first Vote for the Girls loss on So You Think You Can Dance as Valerie Rockey finished runner-up in September 2014 and the second consecutive loss on The Voice following DaNica Shirey’s elimination on December 2, 2014. All the moderators have to be unanimous and the Moderators’ Save can only be used once on SYTYCD, AGT, and DWTS (the make-up competitions) and twice per cycle in the regular competitions (American Idol, The Voice, Rising Star, and The X Factor). There is a catch though, if the Moderators’ Save is used before the show’s finale and/or the last female contestant remaining in the competition is eliminated–there will be neither a victory nor a loss since the Save was used and the good news in the event should that happen, none of the moderators on the moderator panel face the punishment for failure and the winning moderator (if there is one) is declared; though as with any Vote for the Girls loss, the site will support any female contestants in the makeup competitions (an example is DaNica Shirey being saved from the VFTG Loss on the seventh season of The Voice after the moderator panel used their Mod Save on Shirey and the entire moderator panel will be participating on DWTS20).

That being said… The VFTG USA moderator panel will be participating in America’s Got Talent 10 this upcoming summer if a male wins the eighth season of The Voice (I hope that doesn’t happen but if it does the Leg Beards for Breast Cancer and/or No Shave November punishment in addition to another gruesome “Punishment for Failure”)  and/or the Moderator panel use their Moderators’ Save. The same will be said for SYTYCD12 for a VFTGUSModSave and/or VFTGLoss on American Idol 14.

Speaking of American Idol 14, there are two VFTG USA picks (Sarina-Joi Crowe and Lovey James) that already have an eight moderator vote, of which should they make the American Idol 14 finale–that will be a Double VFTG Victory.

Since Vote for the Girls’ third season in the United States, the moderator panel (instead of yours truly deciding who the Vote for the Girls pick is) began making their own VFTG picks. So on the VFTG USA web site, once a moderator has made all her VFTG picks during the auditions she must post them as soon as possible. The moderator panel on VFTG are all female (either by birth or transgender) and they choose VFTG picks. The Male Moderator Crew (all are F2M’s) however, don’t get to choose VFTG picks, but they do choose male vocalists instead of VFTG picks (some will consider this as the Ava Zinn version of Vote for the Worst). However, for fairness none of the Vote for the Worst picks are revealed until after the competition ends. This year, Vote for the Girls USA for the first time in the site’s history, can include a male vocalist (only if the vocals sound feminine or a typical transwoman’s) based on vocals and appearance and I make the final decision whether or not to accept or reject the male vocalist in question. On American Idol 14, I decided to approve Riley Bria as a Vote for the Girls pick based on a similar decision that was made involving James Byron from The Voice UK 3 last year.

Will these changes I made to Vote for the Girls USA boost the sagging performance? Is the Moderators’ Save going to help? Will the Male Moderator Crew of Clark Jones and Leonard Lai get more women to finally support Vote for the Girls? Do you think that even more changes are needed, say dropping dead weight, or even do a little interception during football season since the site is popular in six NFL markets –Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Green Bay, Denver, Tampa, and Pittsburgh?

Only time will tell.