TrenchcoatX.com Unveils 'Gamer Girls'

TrenchcoatX.com Unveils 'Gamer Girls'
LOS ANGELES — TrenchcoatX has announced the release of the first episode in the new "Gamer Girls" series, directed by Kayden Kross and available exclusively at TrenchcoatX.com.
 
In "Episode 1" — which debuted exclusively online on Oct. 8 — "Gamer Girl" April O'Neil is passionate about her favorite video game and its action hero, Jiz Lee. When Lee is accidentally brought to life by activating the game's "easter egg" feature, O'Neil is overcome with excitement and the real action begins. 
 
"I love the way both Jiz and April played their roles," said Kross, who wrote, directed and produced the scene. "Jiz was amazing at moving the way we see movement in video games, and April is so natural and funny in her delivery." 
 
Lee said, "It was a blast to work with such a clever scene concept, and to perform in a way that aligns with my own sexual aesthetics. Be a buff, badass video game avatar? Yes, please!”
 
Each scene spotlights a female performer who is a video game fan in real life, paired with scene partners of varying genders … in this case, "game fanatic O'Neil with popular queer performer Jiz Lee." 
 
Lee stated, "This project was particularly special to me as a non-binary porn performer. It's rare to be able to work with a producer who casts with respect to gender expression — including pronouns and descriptive tags (like 'genderqueer' and 'safer sex: testing'). I felt at ease with Kayden's attentiveness and clear communication with everything from the scene concept to the series title. ('Gamer Girls' refers to each vignette's gamer girl while her scene co-stars are of varying gender.) What a joy to perform with a progressive-minded company.”  
 
Kross added, "Their scene together is amazing … it was such a light-hearted concept, and then the sex felt so dense. They were both perfect across the board."
 
To get more of "Gamer Girls," click hereFor more information, visit TrenchcoatX.com and Unkrossed.com. Kross can be found on Twitter and Instagram. TrenchcoatX can also be followed on Twitter and Instagram.
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