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Afterschool Special & Turn Me Up Over and On

Fatale Media

1990, 2001. Directed by Apriluscious, Carolyn Caizzi
Runtime: 41 min.

In Afterschool Special, Boston dykes do the nasty when they go after the naughtiest good girl. One of the hottest shorts we’ve seen in a long time, Afterschool Special will get you wet before you know it. You won’t be able to sit still as Dame X, Lydia Thrill, J. Bones and Spike initiate our girl to the thrills of raw lesbian SEX! And don’t miss the biggest, hottest tits ever! Oh, mama! Directed by Apriluscious. “Best Short” winner of Fatale Media’s Best Lesbian Sex Contest.

A short film interlude Titillation byCarolyn Caizzi displays heavy moans and tassel-twirling.

Turn Me Up Over and On is hot-and-heavy, hands-down-the-pants, give-us-the-vibrator-right-away amateur lesbian porn. Ava is a sultry and sexy olive-skinned femme awaiting the arrival of her butch lesbian lover, Luke, for an afternoon tryst. When Luke arrives, the clothes come off fast…and we find Luke in a gorgeous strap-on, ready for Ava. But Ava has other ideas. She begins by lightly spanking Luke to get Luke ready, then she pulls out a lovely suede whip. And that’s just for starters. Directed by Carolyn Caizzi. “Best Feature” winner of Fatale Media’s Best Lesbian Sex Contest.




Production Name: Afterschool Special & Turn Me Up Over and On
Production Date: 1/1/1990, 2001
N. Kinney
369 Montezuma, Ste. 158
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Best Feature
Real Lesbian Sex Contest
Best Short
Real Lesbian Sex Contest





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