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Bend Over Boyfriend 2: More Rockin’ Less Talkin’

S.I.R. Video

1999.
Date Added: 2024/01/20
Directed by Shar Rednour and Jackie Strano
Runtime: 72 min.
Country: United States
Language: English
Closed Captions: English


Advanced male anal sex, role playing, and a lot of female pleasure as women strap it on and bring their guys to orgasmic bliss! Four couples and a threesome explore male anal pleasure fantasies in this knock-‘em-dead sequel to Bend Over Boyfriend.

Filmed by director Shar Rednour, BOB 2 is shot with intense chemistry between the partners, honest communication and mind-blowing dirty talk that will make you long for more! Even more hot strap-on action than before, with pony boys, a duly chastised cop, Carol Queen – and AVN’s 1999 Best Performing Actress Chloe packin’ it, strappin’ it on and takin’ it in the final scene. Don’t miss it!

“This is nueva porn.”
— Adult Video News

“Both of the BOB films are wonderful introductions to the fine art of buttfucking, and buttfucking really knows no gender. Everyone, after all, has an asshole. And everyone can benefit from learning how to please those tender orifices, which, despite the many taboos which linger, can be powerful sources of orgasmic pleasure for men and women alike.”
— Hanne Blank, Zaftig

“It’s rare that an ‘educational’ movie is able to straddle the line between information and hot sex, but BOB 2 does it.”
— Sexilicious.com

“BRING UP THE REAR: For those in the know, the amazingly hot, honest, popular, and (dare I say it?) educational Bend Over Boyfriend videos are the hottest couple’s ticket around this holiday season. Featuring sexologist and author Dr. Carol Queen and a cast of sexy, normal people (there’s only one professional porn actress in the bunch, and she seems more than industry-standard enthusiastic) BOB I covers the basics of strap-on fun… and BOB II, “More Rockin’ Less Talkin’,” shows a cast of hot ‘n’ beatific boys and their delighted female partners in a variety of luscious scenarios.”
— Boston Phoenix (Holiday Gift Guide)

Curator's Note: PinkLabel.TV is curated by its creator Shine Louise Houston based on a set of criteria that aims to expand our notions of adult film. Our collection includes erotic and adult videos that often exist outside of conventional pornography, whether in depictions of bodies and desires that are underrepresented in commercial porn, through titles with historical cultural relevance, or movies with original concepts and cinematic craft. With these factors taken into consideration, we hope you appreciate the film.



Production Date: 1999
3288 21st STreet #94, San Francisco CA 94110
AVN Awards
Best Anal-Themed Tape





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