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Welcome to Slut Training with Eve Minax

Point of Contact: Minax

Runtime: 16 min.

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Welcome to Slut Training with Eve Minax

Point of Contact: Minax

Runtime: 16 min.


Eve Minax is a BDSM educator, consultant and trainer as well as a lifestyle and professional dominant. She has graciously made a series of video logs for Point of Contact documenting the many of her favorite things. Although it’s just a mini sampling of her exquisite tastes, Mistress Minax provides us with an inside look into slut training. We are promptly introduced to her two lesbian sluts. The Mistress likes her sluts brunette and smooth. Her first slut failed her test because she missed a spot shaving and is forced to watch the Mistress inspect and fuck her other slut. Slut number two is tied up tight in her corset. She pulls her panties down to show Mistress her asshole, but the Mistress finds hair decides to finger it as punishment for not shaving. With three fingers deep, the Mistress forces slut 2 to count down from ten before she is allowed to come. Slut 1 then shows off her new silk pantyhose which the Mistress rips open with her teeth. However the Mistress finds hair on slut 1’s pussy and has to hand pluck away the hairs before fingering it. Minax provides some full hand throttling in slut 1’s gapping hole while stroking her. Slut 1 comes and drips without permission so Minax pushes her and shoves her entire fist in as punishment. A happy slut is a satisfied slut and Minax’s sluts could not be happier.

Watch: PART 2, PART 3, and PART 4.


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