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Crash Pad Series Vol. 2

Pink and White Productions

Runtime: 107 min.


Top 5 of Episodes from CrashPadSeries.com’s Season 2 and
AWARDED Feminist Porn Awards: Steamiest Trans Sex Scene: Julie & Michelle Aston
(Running time: 107 min)

Crash Pad Series: Volume 2: Unlocked returns to the eponymous apartment of sexual delight, with all the fun and feisty antics inside secretly recorded by (actual director) Shine Louise Houston in the role of high-tech voyeur-next-door. As always, the series features real queers and trans-folk with a range of body types – though there´s a definite emphasis on the tattooed-and-pierced aesthetic – having realistic (if delightfully kinky) sex.

The first scene has lovers Jiz Lee and Shawn (aka Syd Blakovich) bringing in a guest star – “I´ve got a present for you” – to spank, slap, manhandle, pound with a strap-on, and generally ravish. In the next scene, a diligent student comes to the Crash Pad for a quiet night of studying…. but, before long, she´s sprawled on the couch fingering herself and fantasizing, eventually blindfolding herself, too. She seems to be having a pretty good time alone, but she welcomes the company when a friend shows up to join her for a playful fuck. The next scene´s couple pairs toe-sucking and deep fucking – their chemistry is fantastic. The fourth scene has a couple of transguys roughhousing, with face-fucking, rough doggy style, and even some dildo reacharound action. In the final scene, a couple of tattooed beauties (transwoman porn-virgin Julie and alt-porn star Michelle Aston) share their fantasies, and then do their best to realize them, winning Feminist Porn Awards´ “Steamiest Trans Sex Scene“. As a whole the film is hot, varied, inventive, and smart, with great production values – the series just keeps getting better and better.

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Steamiest Trans Sex Scene: Julie & Michelle Aston
Feminist Porn Awards





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