Eat-Me-Out Trailer

Eat-Me-Out Trailer (2011)

18 August 2011 135 mins

2011 AVN award winning director Joanna Angel is ushering in the next evolution of lesbian lust with Burning Angel Entertainment`s Eat Me Out, an all-new exercise in extreme Sapphic sex. Mainstream beauties like Lexi Belle, Sinn Sage and Annie Cruz are joined by the inked-up likes of Eden Von Sleaze, Jiz Lee, Kelly Chaos, Ladie Lane, Lily Labeau, Sally Sparrow and Taurus. Whatever your taste in girl-on-girl action may be, you`ll find it here. Eat Me Out delivers nearly three hours of intense pussy eating, bangouts, toy action, and much more!

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