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SlaveGirlz, directed by the great Deidre Von Dutch for Gothic Media, is a movie that’s sure to please anyone who’s a fan of lesbians and latex! In four separate scenes we see mistresses treat their very lovely pets to superb orgasms with their dildos. Feel free to watch the hot performances of Cherokee, Natalie, Krissy, Scar, Trixie and Jay Star as they have leg trembling orgasms in nothing but latex.
My favorite part, as in every femdom film, is that the mistresses come off as truly caring for their slaves. Many people like the thought of having complete power but it’s nice to see someone with complete power that has no intention to hurt or humiliate their submissive. At least they don’t intend to do so beyond what the submissive is willing to do.
The outfits are varied and nearly all of them are fabulous, though my favorite outfits were in the third scene. Overall the women were beautiful and it was more than believable that the slaves were slaves. Though I loved the clothes in the third scene, the scene I would suggest anyone watch is the first one. The first scene is the only outdoors scene and the slave gets a good sound spanking. Conversely, the third scene takes place in a dungeon where both slave girls are in their own cage.
I think this film further shows the directing capabilities of Deidre Von Dutch; the more I see of her the more I’m willing to watch a film based solely on her name. Needless to say I recommend this film to anyone, and it wouldn’t hurt if you love latex.