Tag: AVN

Perspective: Episode 4 – Abigail Mac & Angela White & Whitney Wright & Gianna Dior & Michael Vegas & Isiah Maxwell & Seth Gamble


Winner – Best Leading Actor: Seth Gamble, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Leading Actress: Angela White, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Dramatic Screenplay: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Director – Dramatic Production: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Drama, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Group Sex Scene, AVN 2020

Nominated – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Angela White, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Abigail Mac, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Michael Vegas, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Sex Scene — Feature Movie: Angela White & Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Jennifer (Angela White) makes breakfast while Daniel (Seth Gamble) sits staring at her. Not wanting to seem too anxious, she pretends not to notice and tries to find out what his schedule will be.

Lena (Abigail Mac) sends a text. Here is the address for tonight, she says. Jennifer turns the ringer off. I have a long day ahead, Daniel replies. Lots of work to catch up on after a late night. But I’ll be done by dinner. The phone flashes again. I was actually going to go out to a movie tonight with my girlfriends, she mutters, if that’s ok? Daniel spits his coffee out in a rage. And you would actually go …. Even after we made plans together?! I will still make you dinner, she mutters. This shirt is ruined, he screams clutching his chest. She tells him to stay put while she gets him a clean one.

Running into the master, she rummages through his closet and bathroom laundry bin for a replacement when she notices a pile of clothes stained red in the corner. She stares at them in horror. Daniel, what did you do? She whispers. He appears in the doorway. I hit a deer, he says calmly as he takes the shirt from her hands. And I’m sorry about earlier. Go have fun with your girlfriends. You deserve it. She smiles nervously before buttoning his shirt up. He grabs her wrist and moves it down to his crotch. But before you go, he says assertively, you better make it up to me. Trying to put on a brave face, she drops to her knees to service him.

As he fucks her face, her mind wanders. She imagines her husband driving. A ceramic deer on the road, as the headlights illuminate it before impact. Daniel standing over its body. The Deer’s face. Daniel’s face. A woman’s face. Daniel’s face covered in red.

Her eyes open as Daniel ejaculates in her mouth. I’m late for work, he says, and leaves. Jennifer is relieved he is gone.

That night, she goes to her final support meeting. It’s being held at an outpatient clinic. One of the volunteers works the door while Dr. Mercer (Michael Vegas) conducts the session inside. A group of fellow survivors, including Lena, are there to give Jennifer the final encouragement she needs. She stays stoic throughout.

As everyone packs up to leave, Jennifer pulls Dr. Mercer and Lena aside. She tells them about the clothing she found. Lena looks concerned. You’re not staying one more night in that place, she says, and demands that Jennifer go home with her instead. Dr. Mercer agrees that it is a good idea. You can take Jennifer to the safe house tomorrow morning, he says. He walks them to the front door and is surprised that his volunteer is no longer there. Shaking his head, he walks back inside without noticing the body behind the counter. Daniel steps out of the shadows.

Later that night. Dr. Mercer leaves the clinic and walks to his car. Just as he is about to get in, Daniel strikes him. Are you trying to make a fool out of me? Dr. Mercer begs and pleads for his safety. He doesn’t know what the stranger is talking about. Jennifer Morris, Daniel repeats. My wife! Where did she go? Is she with him now? How could you have fucked her right in front of me? Dr. Mercer is terrified. I would never do anything inappropriate with one of my patients, he pleads. Daniel continues his interrogation, spewing back lurid details of all the sex he saw. Dr. Mercer is beside himself with horror. But … I’m gay, he finally whimpers. Daniel threatens to end him unless he tells him exactly where Jennifer is. The broken doctor agrees to give the address to where she is staying and fumbles to open up his map app before Daniel strikes him one final time and rips the phone from the man’s hand.

The next morning. Jennifer wakes up in Lena’s arms. She feels safe. She texts Dr. Mercer to tell him they are going to the house and then the two women get up to shower. As they load up the car, her phone rings. Are you Mrs. Morris? The person asks. Jennifer stops. Yes, she replies. I work at the Wits End. Been trying to get a hold of you and your husband. He forgot his credit card here when you two left the other night. The pile of clothes flashes in Jennifer’s mind. I’m sorry, when was that? She asks. The bartender laughs. You were pretty wasted. It was two nights ago. The image of the deer flashes in Jennifer’s mind.

You must be mistaken, she says and hangs up the phone in a panic. Take me to the safe house please, she asks Lena. She texts Dr. Mercer again. Where are the keys? After a moment, the text changes from delivered to read. It will be unlocked, he replies.

Jennifer and Lena arrive at the house. The front door appears to be broken. Stay here, Lena says, while I check inside …just to be safe. She cautiously walks into the house while Jennifer waits outside. After a long pause, she hears Lena scream her name and bursts through the door. There, on the coach, sits Daniel. He is very still. A gun rests in his lap. Daniel, Jennifer whispers. What are you doing? He doesn’t move. Daniel, I’m leaving you, She continues. He doesn’t move. DANIEL!! Jennifer screams.

An hour later. As cops walk the scene and a detective explains what they believed had happened to her husband and the three people he is now suspected of murdering, Jennifer sits wrapped up in a blanket and held by Lena. She stares as the hole in the back of Daniel’s head drips down the couch and collects in a pool that slowly spreads towards her feet.

Jennifer is a good woman. A kind woman. An unassuming woman. Her husband, Daniel, was a psychopath. They met during an exchange trip in college. It’s been 5 years of abuse since they married and now he is finally gone. But he will never ever let her leave.

Perspective: Episode 3 – Abigail Mac & Angela White & Michael Vegas & Seth Gamble & Codey Steele


Winner – Best Leading Actor: Seth Gamble, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Leading Actress: Angela White, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Dramatic Screenplay: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Director – Dramatic Production: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Drama, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Group Sex Scene, AVN 2020

Nominated – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Angela White, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Abigail Mac, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Michael Vegas, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Sex Scene — Feature Movie: Angela White & Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

At the edge of an empty parking lot early in the morning, a man opens his trunk to reveal a collection of blackmarket weapons. Daniel (Seth Gamble) looks over each of them before pointing to a semi automatic pistol. ‘That one,’ he says. The poor husband seems dazed and beyond despair, as he hands over his money without any emotion.

He walks down the street with the phone in his hand and a dead look in his eye. When he comes to the place, he stops. This must be his fucking house. He walks up. The door is unlocked. He steps inside and slowly walks to the living room. He looks around. He sits down and waits. After a moment, the stranger his wife has been having an affair with walks into the room. He stops and stares at Daniel. Daniel stares at him. Then Jennifer (Angela White) walks in. Daniel, she screams. What are you doing? Shaking and crying, he raises his gun.

Jennifer sits in her kitchen sipping coffee. She seems worried. She knows she has to leave, even just for an hour. She had promised Dr. Mercer (Michael Vegas) she wouldn’t cancel again. Standing up, Jennifer grabs her purse off the counter and creeps to the door when she is met by a utility worker knocking (Codey Steele). He needs to read the meter. In a panic, she lets him inside and walks down the hall to her husband’s office. Daniel, she says timidly. The door opens and her husband sits staring at his computer. It isn’t even on. Daniel, I’m going to go out for an hour … just a coffee with my friend. But, the technician from Energy Solar is here and he needs to check the meter. Can you show him? Daniel looks at the man and shakes his hand. Sure hun, he says staring at her without blinking. Jennifer quickly exits the house, breathing a sigh of relief.

Later, Dr. Mercer is reading a medical journal when Jennifer knocks on the door. He lets her in and greets her with a warm hug. I’m so glad you came, he says. I’ll admit I was a bit worried after our last session ended. Jennifer sits down looking defeated. She apologizes and explains that she just needs to be careful. It’s the final few days before the move and she wants to make sure Daniel doesn’t suspect a thing. She is nearly in tears.

The frazzled woman and her doctor review the safety plan that they have been working on. Leaving an abusive relationship is overwhelming, Dr. Mercer reminds his client. She apologizes again for not having the strength to do it yet. Women often try to leave several times before finally deciding to end the relationship. There are many complicated reasons why it is difficult to leave. You shouldn’t feel guilty. She says she knows. Lena (Abigail Mac) keeps telling her the same thing. She notices a text come across her phone. It’s Daniel. Five more texts as she tries to continue her session. Finally, she can’t take it anymore. She leaves in a hurry, as her worried therapist watches her leave.

Hours later. Jennifer sits in her car around the corner from her house, as the text messages continue to come in. Each buzz makes her feel more resigned. The end is coming. She turns the ignition on and drives the rest of the way home.

When she walks inside, the house is dark. Daniel sits in the kitchen calmly. She enters, ready with an excuse. Anything to avoid a fight. Why didn’t you answer my texts? He asks. She tells him that she is sorry, her phone died. Who brought you these? He demands, pointing to the empty counter. I don’t know what you’re talking about, she responds. Daniel explodes. Was it that man I saw you with earlier? He screams. She tries to tell him it was a utility worker but, by this time, Daniel has flown into a rage. He picks up the mug she had used earlier and smashes it to the ground, as she cowers in fear. Please just trust me, she begs.

Later that night. Jennifer sits in a darkened hallway cowering over her phone while Daniel snores loudly from their bedroom. I’m sorry, she texts. I just don’t think I’m strong enough to leave him yet.

A week later. The couple drive to a hotel. His idea. She didn’t argue.

Inside, they have sex. Jennifer lays motionless while Daniel is on top of her. She just wants it to be over.

Afterwards, she excuses herself in the shower. Sitting on the toilet, she puts her head in her hands to calm down. She turns on the water and coaches herself in the mirror. If she can stick to her plan and keep him calm for just a little longer, she can make her exit safely. But she cannot do it alone. She takes a deep breath and steps inside the shower.

When she leaves the bathroom, Daniel is waiting for her. He stares right through her and a chill runs down her spine. She can see her phone on the bedside beside him. What’s wrong? She asks. He continues to stare at her. Is everything ok? She asks again. Everything is fine, he responds with a smile.

They drive home from the hotel with the radio blaring.

A week later. Daniel has been relatively quiet which makes Jennifer uneasy. She is preparing to leave him for good in three days. But things take a turn for the worse after Jennifer returns home from work. Daniel stands calmly in the driveway, waiting for her to get out of the car, before snatching her purse from her hands. I’m taking the car, he says dumping the contents of her purse on the concrete and grabbing the keys. Jennifer looks around the neighborhood in shock as he speeds off, before quickly gathering her things and rushing into the house.

She makes a call. I think he suspects something, she says. The woman on the other end of the line calms her down. Tomorrow is the final meeting. After that, we will move you into the safe house. And I’ll be there too. You can always stay with me. At least he’ll probably be gone for a few hours so you can come over and help me pack, Jennifer replies. She is talking to Lena. Lena is a woman from the same support group. She left her abusive husband years ago. She understands how tough it can be and she has been Jennifer’s confidante over the last few months.

That night, Lena and Jennifer finish packing a duffel bag to stash in Lena’s car. Jennifer is anxious about Daniel so Lena encourages her to send him a text. When Daniel replies with a curt ‘don’t wait up for me’ message, Jennifer collapses back down on the couch as Lena gives her a long hug. He’s probably wasted again, she says. Jennifer nods. If that’s the case, he won’t be home for hours, she says quietly. Lena takes Jennifer’s face in her hands. Soon, you won’t have to hide ANYTHING anymore, she says. The women stare at each other before beginning to kiss. The kiss leads to more as they undress. Jennifer is vulnerable to Lena but trusts her. She is safe. She is loved.

That night, long after Lena had left, Jennifer lays in bed when she hears the door open. It’s almost 6am. She quickly closes her eyes to pretend to be dozing. Daniel slumps in. His face and clothes are stained red but Jennifer only opens her eyes once he has gone into the bathroom and closed the door. She hears the shower and breathes a sigh of relief that she avoided spending another night with him. Two more days until she is free.

Perspective: Episode 2 – Derrick Pierce & Abigail Mac & Angela White & Whitney Wright & Alina Lopez & Gianna Dior & Michael Vegas & Isiah Maxwell & Seth Gamble


Winner – Best Leading Actor: Seth Gamble, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Leading Actress: Angela White, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Dramatic Screenplay: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Director – Dramatic Production: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Drama, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Group Sex Scene, AVN 2020

Nominated – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Angela White, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Abigail Mac, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Michael Vegas, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Sex Scene — Feature Movie: Angela White & Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

A week has passed. By now, Daniel (Seth Gamble) has read everything. Every email, every text, every social media platform. He had to understand the extent of what had been happening under his nose. Every time his wife, Jennifer (Angela White), speaks to him, all he can think about is what she is really doing. Her lies. He is obsessed. She seems to be aware that something is wrong. She’s being extra friendly. How could she betray him like this? He decides he needs to get out of the house for a while to think about things. He leaves abruptly.

Daniel goes to a bar to drown his sorrows. While there, a younger woman named Nicole (Alina Lopez) introduces herself. She’s obviously flirting. Maybe even a little obnoxious. This irritates Daniel, who wants to be alone, but it also gets him thinking: What if Jennifer felt even an ounce of what he was feeling? If he cheated on her … would she even care? Feeling distraught and desperate, he asks the woman if she lives nearby. They could go there. She eagerly agrees. He gives his credit card to the bartender.

At Nicole’s apartment, they begin to have sex. Everything is playful at first, until Daniel’s conscious begins to creep in. When he looks down at Nicole’s face, he imagines Jennifer there instead. She coaxes him and berates him for cheating, which makes him vengeful. He starts to get more aggressive, channeling his anger into the sex. Nicole enjoys it to an extent but things start to slip after Daniel cums. He stares down at the woman underneath him and all he can imagine is his wife taunting him. He cannot take it and strikes her hard across the face. Reality snaps back. Nicole is stunned and scared, she backs away from him and orders him to leave. Feeling an immediate wave of guilt, he apologies for being too rough but it’s too late .. she kicks him out anyway.

He drives down a lonely stretch of road, crying, until he cannot take it anymore. He pulls off the road and gets out to throw up. How could his wife have done this to him? Wiping his mouth, he gets back into his car and drives home.

The next morning. Jennifer makes breakfast while he sits staring at her. He can see right through her now … he knows that she cannot wait till he leaves the room. She keeps eyeing her phone. It buzzes. It must be him. The stranger. He can barely keep from exploding as images of their affair flash in his mind.

The phone buzzes again. He pours his hot coffee down his shirt … he needed to do something to distract her. Seeming anxious, Jennifer rushes to her husband’s side to help him clean up. She tells him to take his shirt off while she fetches some detergent and rushes out of the room. Alone, he darts for the phone and scans the message. They’re setting up a date RIGHT IN FRONT OF HIS FACE! He is disgusted. There is an address. He scribbles it down quickly before she comes back in the room. She’s brought him a clean shirt. I’m late for work, he says, and exits. She seems relieved he is gone.

That night, he takes a taxi to the address, silently stewing in the backseat. She had told him she was going out to a movie with girlfriends. Laughable. He arrives at an upscale estate and walks around till he finds a door. A man (Derrick Pierce), dressed in a three piece suit, is waiting inside. Are you a returning member? He asks. Thinking quickly, Daniel says he is new. First time. He’s a guest. A referral. Who? Daniel pauses before muttering his wife’s name. The man stops. He gives Daniel a hard stare before allowing him to pass.

Daniel wanders through the lavish house, past clusters of people and closed doors with raunchy activities happening inside. He comes upon a crowded room. Inside, he sees his wife, naked and submissive, in the middle of a group of people. Naked men and women. All entangled, devouring her as she begs for more and more of their attention. A man (Michael Vegas) and his wife (Abigail Mac) are there, clearly the hosts of the party. They encourage Jennifer as Daniel watches in horror. Finally, when Daniel can’t take it anymore, he storms off.

Later that night. The estate is quiet and the guests have all left. The male host leaves the front door and walks to his car, his keys jingling. Daniel watches him from the bushes. Smug little pervert. Disgusting piece of shit. He storms the man and pins him against the car. How do you know my wife? What were you doing to her? Are you trying to make a fool out of me?

The host is a pathetic wimp. He begs and pleads for his safety. He doesn’t know who he is talking about. Jennifer, Daniel repeats. My wife! Where did she go? Is she with him now? How could you have fucked her right in front of me? The man looks terrified. What a coward. He tries to make excuses. He doesn’t know any man. He doesn’t know what he is talking about. Only after Daniel threatens real violence does the man break down and confess. He’ll give the address to where she is staying. Daniel drops him long enough for the man to scribble an address before punching the asshole for fucking his wife and leaving the scene. The man sits up whimpering, as he rubs his eye and watches the angry husband stalk away.

Perspective: Episode 1 – Angela White & Seth Gamble & Codey Steele


Winner – Best Leading Actor: Seth Gamble, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Leading Actress: Angela White, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Dramatic Screenplay: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Director – Dramatic Production: Bree Mills, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Drama, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Group Sex Scene, AVN 2020

Nominated – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Angela White, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Abigail Mac, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Michael Vegas, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Sex Scene — Feature Movie: Angela White & Seth Gamble, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Daniel (Seth Gamble) is a good man. A kind man. An unassuming man. He works from home. He sells mortgage insurance. His wife, Jennifer (Angela White), is a substitute teacher. They met during an exchange trip in college. It’s been 5 years since they married and they have no children.

One morning while Daniel is working, Jennifer stops by his office to say she’s going out with a friend. Daniel is surprised to see a handsome stranger (Codey Steele) in his hallway but shakes the man’s hand and thinks nothing of it. She leaves and he continues working.

Later that afternoon, he walks into his kitchen and notices a bouquet of flowers. This also catches him off guard. Where did those flowers come from? Did that man bring his wife flowers? That night, he sits in the darkened kitchen waiting for his wife to return. It’s been hours. Who brought the fucking flowers? Why hasn’t she returned his calls? He is confused and frustrated. When Jennifer finally returns home, she seems off. Distant. Something is strange. He tries to confront her and they end up having an argument. She lashes out at him for not trusting her and he feels guilty.

A week later. Daniel still feels bad for having fought with his wife. Even though they’ve patched things up, the guilt remains. He has decided to take her away for the weekend to a hotel. A getaway. Something to make up for his jealous behavior. She seems pleasant but a little strained. In the hotel, they have sex. Very vanilla sex but they seem happy.

She kisses him and excuses herself to shower. While he lies in bed waiting, her phone buzzes. It buzzes again. When it goes off a third time, he picks it up and notices something strange. A blocked number is texting her. He reads the messages and is floored. The man from a week before … the man in his hallway.

They’re having an affair.

He stares in disbelief, reading their text correspondence. Arranging secret phone calls. Sending dirty and suggestive messages. She even asked the man to come to the house one day after Daniel went out – to park his car down the road and to sneak in so the neighbors wouldn’t see. The thought of this burns in his mind. He imagines the man pinning his wife against the walls of his house as she leads him to their bedroom.

The shower stops. Jennifer steps out, smiling and dripping. But her face falls when she sees Daniel. What’s wrong? she asks. He doesn’t know what to do. Does he scream? Does he breakdown? Does he storm out? She stares at him, anxiety flushing her face. He knows something … something she doesn’t realize that he knows. Something she has been trying to keep from him. A secret. A lie. A betrayal. He says nothing.

The next day, they drive home from the hotel. She carries a meaningless conversation, acting like nothing is wrong. But Daniel cannot stop thinking about what he read. She’s a fucking liar. He keeps imagining his wife and the stranger over and over again in his mind. Jennifer sucking the man’s cock. Jennifer being fucked in their own bed. Jennifer’s lustful expression as the man cums on her face.

It consumes his thoughts. The betrayal.

Teenage Lesbian – Full Length Unrated Feature – Aidra Fox & Casey Calvert & Kenna James & Kristen Scott & Whitney Wright & Maya Kendrick & Alina Lopez & Emily Willis & Kendra Spade & Gianna Dior & Dee Williams


Winner – Movie of the Year, AVN 2020

Winner – Best All-Girl Narrative Production, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene: Aidra Fox & Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Non-Sex Performance: Wolf Hudson, AVN 2020

Winner – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – All-Girl Feature Movie of the Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Actress — All-Girl Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Soundtrack, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Dee Williams, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Leading Actress: Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Solo/Tease Performance, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Wolf Hudson, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Pistol, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Bree Mills, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Music, XBIZ 2020

Please enjoy this special full-length unrated feature, which has been submitted to international film festivals and mainstream aggregators to support the release of the uncensored episodes.

Teenage Lesbian: Part 3 – Casey Calvert & Kenna James & Kristen Scott & Whitney Wright & Maya Kendrick & Kendra Spade & Dee Williams


Winner – Movie of the Year, AVN 2020

Winner – Best All-Girl Narrative Production, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene: Aidra Fox & Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Non-Sex Performance: Wolf Hudson, AVN 2020

Winner – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – All-Girl Feature Movie of the Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Actress — All-Girl Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Soundtrack, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Dee Williams, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Leading Actress: Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Solo/Tease Performance, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Wolf Hudson, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Pistol, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Bree Mills, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Music, XBIZ 2020

Sam (Kristen Scott) closes the door behind her as she enters the bathroom. She takes her father’s razor and shaving foam from the drawer and slowly takes off her clothes. Sitting on the edge of the tub, she begins to tentatively shave.

A few days later, Sam is in her bedroom, secretly watching a porno as she masturbates quietly, stifling her soft moans as she cums.

Outside of the school the next day, Sam finally summons up all her courage and approaches Teresa (Whitney Wright) and asks to walk her home. Teresa smiles and says sure. As they walk away from the school, they make small talk about music and movies and seem to really get along. Sam asks Teresa if she wants to go see a movie on the weekend. She says yes. Sam walks her to her door and then rushes off, feeling like she’s on top of the world.

That weekend, Sam and Teresa get coffee together before seeing the movie. They chat for a while before Sam casually mentions something about wanting Teresa to be her girlfriend. Teresa stops and clarifies that, although she really enjoys Sam as a friend, she isn’t actually interested in anything else. She likes boys.

Later that night, Sam sits on her doorstep, not wanting to go inside, quietly crying.

The next day, Sam accompanies Meg (Kenna James) to a community center to attend a lesbian youth group meeting. Sam feels very awkward going there …and afraid of getting spotted. Meg finally caves and offers to have them sneak in a back door, so they aren’t seen. Inside, the women seem very nice and Sam even recognizes a girl named Sarah (Kendra Spade) from her school. But she still feels very awkward.

The group leader begins to talk about the center’s mission: ‘We want you to celebrate who you are, what makes you unique and why you matter,’ she begins. ‘For members of our lesbian, bisexual, and questioning youth community, we want to provide a safe environment to foster friendship, personal and professional skills, and the evolution of your identity. All the women in this group are between the ages of 18-21 and our drop-in sessions are here to help you build self-esteem and get ready to enter the real world!’ As she speaks, Sam slowly begins to relax and listen.

A few days later, Sam quietly watches the porno, with one eye on the door. The VHS jams in the VCR. Frustrated, she stuffs into a pillow, tracks through her house, and throws it in the garbage bin outside.

At school the next day, Sam is called into her guidance counselor’s office to discuss her college applications, since she’s 18 now and needs to be considering which school to choose. During their conversation, Sam casually mentions being gay and the counselor, who has clearly never dealt with this before, gets excited and wants to talk about it. Sam finds herself loosening up and talking to her counselor, which brings a sense of empowerment.

That night, Sam is in her bedroom, masturbating again under the covers. She begins to fantasize about the women from the community center. In her fantasy, they are having an orgy, their beautiful naked bodies intertwined as they writhe with pleasure.

Later, Sam stares at herself in the mirror, topless, looking at herself with pride for the first time. She throws the duct tape that she used to use to tape down her breasts in the garbage.

Outside the school the next day, Sam is having lunch with JC (Wolf Hudson) when Sarah, the girl she met at the youth group, asks to join them. They all start eating together and the two girls toss eyes back and forth, which JC clearly notices. Eventually, he excuses himself. Once alone, Sarah asks Sam if she is going to come back to the group. Sam shrugs it off. Sarah asks if she wants to go out just the two of them sometime. Sam says sure, a slight smile escaping her lips.

Sam has finally learned to celebrate the person she is, the person she’s ALWAYS been, and she can’t wait to share that with Sarah.

Teenage Lesbian: Part 2 – Aidra Fox & Kenna James & Kristen Scott & Whitney Wright & Alina Lopez


Winner – Movie of the Year, AVN 2020

Winner – Best All-Girl Narrative Production, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene: Aidra Fox & Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Non-Sex Performance: Wolf Hudson, AVN 2020

Winner – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – All-Girl Feature Movie of the Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Actress — All-Girl Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Soundtrack, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Dee Williams, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Leading Actress: Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Solo/Tease Performance, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Wolf Hudson, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Pistol, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Bree Mills, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Music, XBIZ 2020

Sam (Kristen Scott) is leaning up against a row of lockers at school, listening to her headphones, when a girl named Teresa (Whitney Wright) walks up and excuses herself to get to the locker Sam is leaning against. Sam apologizes and steps to the other side of the row, where her own locker is. She has never seen a girl so beautiful before. She just stares.

A couple of weeks later, it’s Christmas morning. Sam sits under the Christmas tree in her pajamas, as her father (Tommy Pistol) hands her a present from her grandmother. She unwraps it to reveal a big poofy prom dress. Sam looks horrified.

With Christmas over, Sam and her best friend JC (Wolf Hudson) are driving one afternoon and talking about New Year’s Eve, which is only a few days away. Sam says she’s been invited out to a party with Nicole and JC makes a side comment about how fake that girl is. ‘She’s not fake, she’s actually really cool if you get to know her,’ Sam replies, trying to shrug it off. But she can tell her best friend is jealous of the time she and Nicole have been spending together.

When Near Year’s Eve rolls around, Sam and Nicole (Aidra Fox) are getting ready in Nicole’s bedroom. As they laugh and joke around, Nicole playfully kisses Sam on the cheek. The moment becomes tense as they stare at each other … before Sam slowly leans in and tries to kiss Nicole on the mouth. Nicole freaks out and pushes Sam away. Calling her a disgusting lesbian, Nicole tells Sam to get out of her house. Heartbroken, Sam gathers her things and stumbles out of the room.

A week later, a devastated Sam writes in a journal she keeps on her computer, talking about how Nicole won’t look at her anymore and how she needs to stop thinking about her.

But even though Sam’s mind is still on Nicole, she can’t help but keep noticing Teresa around school.

A few days later, Sam and JC are hanging out outside the school as someone passes out flyers about a rave that weekend. JC tells Sam that they should go.

That weekend, the rave is dark, smokey, and full of people dancing. A DJ plays music in the background. As Sam dances with JC, a girl (Alina Lopez) approaches and begins to flirt with her. It’s clear that the girl thinks Sam is a boy and, not knowing what to do, Sam plays along. They dance for a while.

The girl tells Sam that she’s 20 and LOVES younger guys like 18-year-old Sam, suggesting that they go somewhere to be alone. Inside a back room, Sam is clearly uncomfortable but doesn’t know how to tell the truth … especially after the girl starts to kiss her. She kisses back. It’s her first real kiss. The girl runs her hands across Sam’s chest and, panicking, Sam spins the girl around and starts to touch her. Sam takes the girl’s shirt off, pulling her pants down and eating her out. The girl keeps asking for Sam’s dick and Sam tries to make excuses but, finally, the girl turns back and starts to undo Sam’s pants and reach inside. She feels nothing … and looks up at Sam, who is bracing for the truth to come out.

Just then, an older girl (Kenna James) comes wandering into the room. The other girl, embarrassed and shocked, pulls away from Sam, hastily putting her clothes back on as she leaves the room in a huff. Sam is freaked out and tries to continue pretending to be a man, but the new arrival shuts her down, revealing that she knows Sam is a girl. She introduces herself as Meg. Sam is surprised when Meg mentions that she’s a lesbian, adding that Sam shouldn’t waste her time trying to trick straight girls. As they chat, Meg is warm and empathetic, calming Sam down.

Meg knows what it’s like to feel lost and lonely, and she’s going to show Sam that she’s not as alone as she thinks she is…

Teenage Lesbian: Part 1 – Aidra Fox & Kristen Scott & Emily Willis & Gianna Dior & Dee Williams


Winner – Movie of the Year, AVN 2020

Winner – Best All-Girl Narrative Production, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Girl/Girl Sex Scene: Aidra Fox & Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Winner – Best Non-Sex Performance: Wolf Hudson, AVN 2020

Winner – Feature Movie Of The Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – All-Girl Feature Movie of the Year, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Screenplay, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Cinematography, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Editing, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Actress — All-Girl Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Winner – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Editing, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Soundtrack, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Dee Williams, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actress: Kenna James, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Leading Actress: Kristen Scott, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Solo/Tease Performance, AVN 2020

Nominated – Best Actress — Feature Movie: Kristen Scott, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Actor — Feature Movie: Wolf Hudson, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Pistol, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Non-Sex Performance: Bree Mills, XBIZ 2020

Nominated – Best Music, XBIZ 2020

Sam (Kristen Scott) walks down the street, her head down, listening to headphones. As she walks, lost in her own world, a group of people appears in the distance. They slowly approach and surround Sam, ripping her headphones off. One boy yells ‘dyke’ in her ear as they grab her roughly. The bullies toss Sam in a nearby dumpster before high-fiving and leaving. Their jokes and cruel taunts continue as they walk away. As their voices fade, Sam lies there, covered in garbage, red-faced and tear-streaked.

Later, Sam sits motionless in her kitchen, a bag of frozen peas pressed against her face. Her father (Tommy Pistol) paces around her. Worried sick, he tries to get her to explain how she got beat up, but Sam says nothing. Switching tactics, her father reminds Sam that she’s 18-years-old now. She needs to start acting like a grown-up. That means honesty … and admitting when something is wrong and she needs help. He pulls the bag from her hands to reveal that she has a black eye. Sam clams up and turns away, not wanting to admit the truth.

Two weeks later, Sam sits in class, her black eye almost gone. Barely listening to the teacher, Sam is drawing an intricate doodle when she is interrupted by a note from Nicole (Aidra Fox), the girl sitting in the row behind her. The note asks if she wants to partner up for their class project. Sam looks back at the girl and says sure. Nicole smiles as the bell rings.

That afternoon, Sam sits on the floor of Nicole’s bedroom, reading excerpts from the book they’re studying as Nicole lays in her bed and take notes. It’s the first time they’ve actually hung out together. Sam has never really had any close girl friends. At least, none that she didn’t have a secret crush on. So, it feels strange to be sitting so close to someone like Nicole … who is pretty, outgoing, and popular at school. Every so often, Nicole stops Sam to discuss the story but gets sidetracked. She asks why Sam didn’t go to her recent 18th birthday party? Everyone in senior year went. Sam brushes it off as not being something she’s into. As she talks, Sam looks up and comes face to face with Nicole. There is a moment of tension before she awkwardly steers them back to the novel. Nicole is clearly distracted. She keeps eyeing Sam and this makes Sam nervous.

Soon, Nicole announces that she is tired. Does Sam want to take a nap together? This makes Sam even more nervous. The thought of being close to a girl as gorgeous as Nicole has Sam’s stomach in knots. But, Sam can’t be sure if she’s just making all of this up in her head. After all, Nicole’s had a lot of boyfriends. Trying to play it cool, they get into her bed and lay silently beside each other. Nicole pulls up the covers as Sam’s heart races. She begins to feel Nicole moving and notices that Nicole has begun touching herself under the sheets. Without saying anything, Sam slowly slides her hand between her own legs and begins to do the same. The girls masturbate beside each other before Nicole takes Sam’s hand and moves it to begin touching her as well. They don’t say a word as they sensually begin to explore each other’s bodies.

Sam’s just beginning her journey of self-discovery. But she’s about to find out that this journey will be anything but easy…