Dana Vespoli not only concocted interesting stories for this volume of Sweetheart's hit series but also cast herself in two of the scenes helping to carry the stories forward.
She plays the lesbian wife of Megan Rain's mom in "Turn Me Gay", obviously a riff on rival label Girlfriends Films long-running series "Please Make Me a Lesbian!". Iconic actress Sinn Sage is a welcome player, handling her dialog with skill, as a therapist brought in by Vespoli's character to counsel Rain before things get out of hand.
Though Sage confesses up front to the bratty kid that "You're not my type", Megan is undeterred in her attempt to control the situation, ending up seducing the older woman. With none of her signature squirting this time around, Megan learns a lesson and by the scene's final orgasm has certainly been converted to the Sapphic cause.
Vespoli's other appearance is by voice only, as she portrays an unseen shrink counseling Elexis Monroe (more superstar casting in character roles) on how to deal with young Abella Danger. This vignette has wonderfully moody lighting to enhance its eroticism, as precocious Abella in flashback seduces her stepmother: the incest bothering Elexis, hence the scene's title: "Is That Bad?" Vespoli is noncommital in her reaction, in keeping with the general theme of this feature, the script emphasizing tolerance.
A more light-hearted tone is presented in "Third Audition", a hot scene based on a Casting Couch misunderstanding of a different sort. Actress Melissa Moore believes she will have to strip and put out on the third audition for director Dana DeArmond, but even though Dana enjoys the unexpected lesbian servicing she rules Moore out of the running for unprofessional behavior.
Final vignette is titled "Dangerous Behavior" in which alt-porn star Daisy Ducati seduces her busty landlord who is about to kick her out from some prudish belief that the young student's choice of working her way through college as a stripper is immoral and dangerous. Good, old-fashioned Sapphic sex changes her mind, and results in yet another convert to the Third Way.
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