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Dore Alley Daddy: Israel Oka & Memphis Bradley

BONUS HOLE BOYS

Runtime: 48 min.

Memphis Bradley is sweet southern boy who has never been to San Francisco before, so we decided to welcome him by stripping him down and parading him around naked at Dore Alley. This FTM pig gets his holes eaten and fucked, his chest beat, and his lips pressed against leather while onlookers cheer and take photos. Israel Oka and Cyd St. Vincent enjoy playing with their new toy and new friends jump in for the fun, with Jaxson Jacobs getting his first taste of trans guy cock. This is the first ever public sex scene featuring gay FTM sex.

After getting each other hot and heavy, Israel and Memphis head back to the apartment for some passionate fucking, working out their lust for being watched on each others bodies. Israel makes Memphis beg for his hot mouth on his raging hard dick, and after a good ride on Israel’s face, Memphis is ready service his Daddy with ball licking, deep throating, and sweet eyes. Finally, these men really let go with a furious fuck on the bed until Memphis is hollering and Israel rewards him with a lot load.

Welcome to San Francisco Memphis. We hope you’ll be back real soon.




Movie Title: Dore Alley Daddy: Israel Oka & Memphis Bradley
Production date: 9/21/14
Studio: Bonus Hole Boys
Custodian Of Records Information:
L. Young
9 Balmy St.
SF, CA 94110
USA





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