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One Night Stand (Part 1)

Fruit Punch Productions

Runtime: 22 min.

Note: This is PART 1 of 5. You may purchase the complete film all at once HERE.

In this first segment of FRUIT PUNCH’s debut hit ONE NIGHT STAND, the cast gears up for their respective evenings before we meet Julian and Casey, who are hooking up for the first time. It’s a joy to listen on their negotiation before following them back to Casey’s home to see it all put into action. A stellar example of just how hot safe sex can be.

About the Film:¬†Ever wished you could see in the the bedrooms of the hottest local queers? Ever wished there was porn that celebrated bodies of all shapes, sizes, colors, genders, and types of abilities? FRUIT PUNCH PRODUCTIONS, with its first feature, ONE NIGHT STAND, caters to a wide and diverse audience. With a commitment to genuine and mutual pleasure, consent, and safer sex, ONE NIGHT STAND is porn for a new generation. Porn made by and for trans people. Porn that is anything but mainstream. ONE NIGHT STAND takes the viewer on a pervy and intimate journey into queer hook-up culture. What happens when sexy folks meet at the corner dive bar and take each other home? You’ll just have to watch and find out.




Movie Title: One Night Stand
Production date: Oct 24th 2013 - Jan14th 2013
Studio: Fruit Punch Productions
Custodian Of Records Information:
J. Purnell
71 Sherman St. #10
Portland ME 04101





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