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COVID EDITION: Spookyfatbrat Closed Captions Available

“That kind of self-love is revolutionary…”

While we all wait for it to become safe to shoot again, join us as we check in with your favorite CrashPad performers. In this edition, Spookyfatbrat reflects on her solo scene from 2019: A celebration of self-care that feels especially pertinent now. Remember to love yourself, and do your part to protect yourself, your loved ones, and the marginalized communities impacted most by the pandemic. (And as always, wash those sexy hands!)

Now more than ever, we want to thank all our members for your support. Stay safe!

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