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Transsexual High School Reunion

Released: Nov 01st, 1998
Running Time: 49
Director: Gino Colbert
Company: Bizarre Video
Cast: Meghan Chavalier, Kimberly Devine, Randy Paul, Tarina, Connie Loren, Ariana (I), Marilyn Mansfield
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Specialty

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If you\'re willing to overlook the ghastly sound, this should appeal visually to your bondage and tranny fans.

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Critical Rating: AAA

Kimberly is preparing for her high school reunion, and wonders how everyone will react to the fact she's not male anymore. Her close personal friend Ariana is going as her bodyguard, and has to give the little she-male a flogging and strap-on massage in order to get her calmed down for the big event. Once they get to the reunion the big question is: why did she worry?

The color scheme is black-on-black, and there's a bondage cross in the center of the room. And all the girls used to be boys. Only Randy Paul retains his original equipment in its original condition. Thus, he has no choice but to manfully abuse and humiliate a pretty she-male on the cross while Kimberly watches in envy. But don't worry, she gets hers when she goes home with Randy and reveals that they used to get drunk and chase girls together.

A hot B/D-S/M tranny video marred by horrible sound flutter.


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Meghan Chavalier
Randy Paul
Connie Loren
Marilyn Mansfield
Kimberly Devine
Ariana (I)
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