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Crash Pad Series Vol. 3

Pink and White Productions

Runtime: 101 min.


Top 5 of Episodes from CrashPadSeries.com’s Season 3 and
NOMINATED for 2010 AVN Awards: BEST SOLO SEX SCENE: Dylan Ryan
(Running time: 101 min)

The edgiest installment yet in the series about a secret apartment where strangers and lovers can come together for the hottest nights (and mornings, and afternoons) of their lives. This series is the gold standard for hip, hot, queer porn. Don´t expect fake breasts, scary nails, and bleached-blondes unconvincingly French kissing – these are real lesbians and transfolk, interested principally in pleasing themselves. Highlights include Dallas and Syd Blakovich playing bondage games and deep-throating a strap-on cock; AVN Awards Nominated “Best Solo Sex Scene” featuring Dylan Ryan spying, getting excited, and getting herself off with the help of a Hitachi magic wand; Jake playing with a couple of incredibly hot femmes – toppy Princess Donna and subby Lorelei Lee; “cousins” Billy Jack Gunn and Paul Gunn bringing rough-and-tumble transman action – with squirting; and Javier and Red in a scene that´s passionate and romantic… but don´t assume the one with the facial hair is going to be the one wearing a strap-on and pounding away. In this series, gender roles blur and shift and defy easy categorization, but the sex is always relentlessly hot. This is cutting-edge, genre-defying porn, exactly what we´ve come to expect from visionary director Shine Louise Houston.

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Nominated for Best Solo Sex Scene: Dylan Ryan
2010 AVN Awards





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