14 April 2017 | lor_
Similar cast to Volume 1, but far better results
Masseuses Asa, Dana and Jasmine are back in action in Nica Noelle's second episode in this series for the since-defunct Girl Candy label, and they provide far more arousing results than the first time around.
Jasmine Jen is the owner of the day spa where the Oiling takes place, and she gives a standard intro: sex therapist Dr. Loveitt sends clients her way because they are closeted lesbians in need of a push to self-realization. Interestingly enough, Nica revived exactly the same premise and spiel for her current Icon Male boy/boy series "Gay Massage House", merely changing the gender from closeted gals to closeted guys. Shows she's an equal opportunity employer, in addition to championing a positive, more inclusive sexual message in her Adult videos.
Standard Oiler genre content is spoken here, with slow, sensual buildups until the line is crossed and fingering transforms a professional rub-down into heated lesbian sex-play. Artistic license is taken in that the suddenly out-of-the-closet client shows vast experience and know-how once it's her turn to be the top in the Sapphic clinch.
Finale approaches classic status, as Asa Akira, with a sneaky grin on her face, dupes trainee masseuse Vanilla DeVille (one of my favorite actresses in Nica's troupe) into a session with client Siri, the gimmick being that it is Vanilla not Siri who is the client sent over by the sex therapist to be liberated from repression. All three actresses get their licks in during this memorable threesome, and any fan who registers disappointment with a "where's the cock?" reaction has missed the whole point of the exercise.
Contrast this stimulating, life-affirming Oiler with the scores of recent losers in the genre made by Barrett Blade and Bree Mills, in which the viewer is asked to enjoy female characters being abused at the hands of "tricky" masseurs who blackmail them into having sex. Add to that the British crap in the "Fake Taxi" and other similar series and one shouldn't wonder at the bad reputation earned by Adult Entertainment in general.