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Crash Pad Series Vol. 1

Pink and White Productions

Runtime: 73 min.


Top 5 of Episodes from CrashPadSeries.com’s Season 1 and
Winner of the 2008 Feminist Porn Award for Hottest Dyke Film!
(Running time: 73 min)

Leading indie feminist porn director Shine Louise Houston returns to the world of her astonishing debut film The Crash Pad for a series of self-contained vignettes that recreate all the power, passion, and hotness of the original. The premise remains the same: some lucky women are given keys to a very special apartment, and once inside, they let their inhibitions go. There are some familiar faces from the original Crash Pad – notably Syd Blakovich, Jiz Lee, and Dylan Ryan – along with a wealth of new hot uninhibited talent, including beauties like Princess Donna and Courtney Trouble.

Sexy femmes, buff butches, cute bois, and assorted sexy transfolk unleash their passions behind closed doors – but you´ve got the key to come inside and watch. In these five scenes, you´ll see strap-on fucking and sucking, hard pounding, deep kissing, and pretty much anything else two lovers with a well-supplied toy chest and a lot of energy can do to one another. It´s the hottest sex flick we´ve seen since the original Crash Pad, and the winner of the 2008 Feminist Porn Award for “Hottest Dyke Film”. Extras include trailers and outtakes for all the scenes. This is real queer fucking of the highest quality, and we can´t recommend it enough.

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WINNER Hottest Dyke Film
2008 Feminist Porn Awards





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