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Bathhouse Cruising: Gino Genet & Connor Maguire

BONUS HOLE BOYS

Runtime: 37 min.


Gym jocks Gino Genet and Conner Maguire scrub down in the shower and end up working up a sweat in this locker room cruising scene with deep throat cock sucking, rimming, athletic front hole and ass pounding scene from Bonus Hole Boys.

Gay porn heavyweight Conner Maguire catches an eyeful of Gino’s perfect bubble ass while he soaps up, locking eyes with his quarry and and drawing him in to meet under the the shower for some deep sensuous kissing and cock to cock rubbing action. Soon Conner is down on his knees worshipping Ginos fat trans dick and Gino returns the favor with a tongue in Conner’s ass and an enthusiastic blowjob. These two use every part of the locker room as a tool for their pleasure, as Gino holds himself against the wall while Conner’s thick cock drives into his holes. Even after a couple orgasms, Gino take Connor’s hard dick in his ass and ride him until he cums again and then falls to his knees to catch Conner’s big load in his mouth.

Please join Bonus Hole Boys for Connor Maguire’s first time fucking with an FTM partner and Gino’s first porn scene with a cis male partner.



Movie Title: Bathhouse Cruising: Gino Genet & Connor Maguire
Production date: 2/16/14
Studio: Bonus Hole Boys
Custodian Of Records Information:
L. Young
9 Balmy St.
SF, CA 94110
USA





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