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Crash Pad Series Volume 6

Top 5 Episodes from CrashPadSeries.com

Award-winning director Shine Louise Houston once again opens the door to CrashPadSeries.com, where anything can happen if you're lucky enough to be given a key! CrashPad Series Volume 6: Wide Open features a broad range of queer identities, including queer women, femmes and butches, trans men, lesbian sexuality and genderqueer expression for all kinds of hot action – it's passionate, intense, tender, and edgy. Cyd and James' first porn scene! Hot sex by-and-for queer folks, from San Francisco's own indy/feminist director Shine Louise Houston.

Includes:

    Episode 41: Princess Donna and Syd Blakovich
    Episode 45: Dylan Ryan and Jiz Lee
    Episode 48: Casey Grey and Tina Horn
    Episode 50: Carson and Ray
    Episode 51: Cyd and James Darling

Nominated 2011 Feminist Porn Award
2011 AVN Awards "Best Alternative Website" Nominee: CrashPadSeries.com
(Running time: 100 min)

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