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Crash Pad Series Volume 5

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Crash Pad Series Volume 5: The Revolving Door returns to the titular no-holes-barred sex space that caters to an ever-changing group of sexually voracious dykes, femmes, butches, trans guys (and the occasional queer cisgender male) under the ubiquitous secret surveillance of a mysterious voyeur played by director Shine Louise Houston. This installment features five scenes of wall-to-wall sex, including some dripping candle play, a little bondage, tattooed beauties, strap-on fucking and sucking, and other sundry delights. One standout scene features Kuma (a trans leather-daddy with a shaved head and goatee) topping curvylicious Julie Warren with a pair of floggers, some lashing canes, and an extremely hot choking strap-on blowjob sequence. The final scene has the always-enjoyable Syd Blakovich fucking Mickey Mod, and Mickey isn't averse to sucking Shawn's big strapped-on cock. She rides him vigorously and later rubs one out over his face while he jerks off beneath her – a good time is had by all – including Toronto's finest, who awarded this scene Feminist Porn Awards' Audience Choice. The Crash Pad Series continues to set the standard for queer indie kinky excellence.

Includes:

    Episode 35: Mickey Mod and Syd Blakovich
    Episode 36: August and Stacey Staxxx
    Episode 37: Cyd and Red Jackhammer
    Episode 40: Rex and Scarlett Chaos
    Episode 44: Julie Warren and Kuma

2010 Feminist Porn Awards Nominee
2010 Feminist Porn Awards "Audience Choice": Syd Blakovich and Mickey Mod
(Running time: 100 min)

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