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X-Rated Critics Organization

Cast & crew of the feature Not Bewitched on stage during the 25th Anniversary XRCO Awards at The Highlands, Hollywood, California on 04/17/09. From left to right: Nina Hartley, Eva Angelina, Will Ryder, Flower Tucci, Sunny Lane, Jenna Haze, Teagan Presley, Scott David.
Abbreviation XRCO
Formation 1984
Website www.xrco.com
Presenters on-stage for the 25th Anniversary XRCO Awards, Hollywood, CA on April/17/2009. From left to right, Angelina Armani, Alektra Blue, Nina Hartley, Jessica Drake

The X-Rated Critics Organization (XRCO) is a group of writers and editors from the adult entertainment industry who each year present awards in recognition of achievement within the industry.

The organization was founded in 1984,[1] consisting of writers from Los Angeles, New York City and Philadelphia. Jim Holliday, AVN Award winning producer and historian, is considered the founding father of the X-Rated Critics Organization.[2]

The first XRCO Awards were presented in Hollywood on February 14, 1985. Until 1991, the awards were presented on Valentine's Day each year.

Its members include writers from a wide range of adult publications and Internet sites. Many members work full time at this occupation; some have university degrees with emphasis on Film Criticism. Current list of XRCO Members. There are currently 27 award categories, including the XRCO Hall of Fame, which honor the achievements of performers, directors and movies.[3]

XRCO's original Chairman, Jared Rutter, stepped down in 2004 and is now recognized as an "Honorary Chairman". The current co-Chairmen are "Dirty Bob" Krotts and Dick Freeman.

Notable Members of the XRCO

The The X-Rated Critics Organization membership features key adult journalists including: Darklady, Gram Ponate and Dan Miller, Editor of AVN.

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