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Stasha's Diary

Released: Jan 01st, 1992
Running Time: 75
Director: Gino Colbert
Company: CDI Home Video
Cast: Debi Diamond, Woody Long, Candace Heart, Alicyn Sterling, Alexandria Quinn, Marc Wallice, Sean Michaels, T.T. Boy, Buck Adams, Todd (I), Madison (I), Nina Hartley, Brigette Aime
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Feature

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Critical Rating: AAA

I've seen quite a few she-males over the years ranging from the somewhat feminine to the Russian weightlifter type, so it's nice to report on what is evidently the most attractive of the breed that I've seen in many a day.

Stasha is reminiscent of Debi Diamond. In fact, give her one slice of the scalpel and you can send her over to my house. Sharon Kane plays a writer who will be collaborating with Stasha on her memoirs. Therefore, all there is, is each girl telling the other of her/his/sexiest moments. Sharon's evidently was with Tony Montana. Sorry about that, Sharon. But the rest of the sex is well shot. This entry should be popular with fans of this genre as the box has Stasha's picture with her looking even better than Debi Diamond. Worth stocking.


 

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Debi Diamond
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Sean Michaels
Candace Heart
Nina Hartley
Buck Adams
Marc Wallice
Woody Long
Madison (I)
T.T. Boy
Alicyn Sterling
Gino Colbert

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