Lisa Ann Black Out 3
Busty MILF Lisa Ann is world famous for her interracial passion. The superstar performer/director demonstrates her lust for big black cock group sex in 'Lisa Ann's Black Out 3.' With her husband at work, Lisa welcomes handymen Jason Brown and Nat Turnher for an aggressive threesome. She gives worshipful blowjobs and rides both thick pricks to ecstasy, switching back and forth, grinding her gash and humming on the huge, dark meat treats she loves. Big hands smack her meaty ass cheeks and she takes two cum facials. Pretending her stove won't work, Lisa seduces workmen Isiah Maxwell and Rob Piper -- deep cleavage convinces them to grope her trim body. She strokes pricks with French manicured fingers, and the studs deliver anal reaming! In the course of a luxurious double penetration, the men lift her bodily for a DP carry-fuck! Lisa lounges on the bed in classic black lingerie as five shirtless, muscular studs surround her, their ebony pricks encircling her face for blowjobs. The guys trade off filling her mouth and fur-topped twat; anal drilling leads to airtight DP and ass-to-mouth cocksucking. To climax the gangbang, five thick, dripping loads plaster Lisa's face and deep cleavage. 'Lisa Ann's Black Out 3' is a single-disc DVD with behind-the-scenes footage, Lisa Ann interview, cumshot recap, cast list and filmography.
lisa ann black out 3
The story of twelve-year-old Polly, a poor white Southern girl whose close friendship with Timbre Ann, a middle-class black teen, puts both families in danger. As white supremacists set fire to black businesses, Polly struggles to cope with the implications for her family and to understand the true meaning of friendship. Polly's sense of justice threatens to upset the status quo in her small town.
Edited by National Book Award finalist Ibi Zoboi and featuring some of the most acclaimed best-selling black authors writing for teens today - Black Enough is an essential collection of captivating stories about what it's like to be young and black in America.
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