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Mighty Hermaphrodite

Released: Apr 01st, 1998
Running Time: 73
Director: Loretta Sterling
Company: Totally Tasteless Video
Cast: Holli Woods, Chance Ryder, Racquel Lace
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Genre: Specialty

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Critical Rating: AAA 1/2

Often spoken of, though seldom seen, the biological hermaphrodite in question here is Chance Ryder, truly one of that rare ilk of being.  Inter-sexuality is said to occur once in every 2000 individuals, and it manifests itself in varying degrees.  Ryder's case is extreme.  He is a strapping guy, tall and bearded.  His voice booms, "God has a sense of humor."  He has a pussy.  Far from shy and reclusive, Ryder flaunts his difference, and the resulting video is totally hot, albeit with a narrow spectrum appeal.

Two super-foxy babes, Holli Woods and Racquel Lace, are lesbian-curious, though not yet ready to take the plunge into exploring their fantasy.  The logical solution to their quandary is to fuck around with a man with a pussy.  Ryder conveniently fills that niche.  Ryder pairs with each of the girls before they get it on together.  Lots of oral action and strap-ons to fill everyone's niche soon have the participants in the throes of ecstasy.  Woods provides big numbers to the looks quotient, and bears a stunning resemblance to screen siren Louise Brooks.  Keep in mind that this is heterosexual porn, with a twist.


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