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Trans Grrrls

TROUBLEFilms

Runtime: 138 min.


This queer porn epic is a smoking hot two and a half hours of cute hipster grrrl make outs, hot boy and girl costars, gender bending and blending, heavy petting, playful kink, strap ons, sex toys, oral, anal, muffing, public sex, squirting, cumming, role play, laughter -– and even a little bit of love.

Borrowing the iconic language of the riot grrrls, Courtney Trouble is making a serious statement with this sex-positive punk rock porno: trans women belong, and should be forefront, in this here feminist porn movement. TROUBLEfilms hopes to add to the growing library of alternative trans porn available to the queer community, as well as show the mainstream world what can, and will, be done to improve the genre.

Starring: Chelsea Poe, Maxine Holloway, Dylan Ryan, Emma Claire, Hayley Fingersmith, Jacques LeFemme, Tobi Hill-Meyer, Quinn Cassidy, Ari Crow, Ned Mayhem, June Day, and Velvet!



Movie Title: Trans Grrrls
Production Date: 12/17/12, 6/29/13, 6/16/13, 6/30/12, 11/19/12
Custodian Of Records Information:
C.Griffin
info@troublefilms.com
1080 43rd st suit 100
Emeryville CA 94608
Nominated "Best Film"
Grooby's Trans Awards
Nominated "Best Transsexual Release"
XBIZ Awards
Selected
Cinekink NYC 2014
Tantalizing Trans Film
2014 Feminist Porn Awards





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