Ass Worship (pornographic Film Series)
Ass Worship is the title of a series of gonzo pornographic films directed by Jules Jordan, and distributed by Evil Angel. Jordan also appears in several scenes. They feature primarily male-on-female anal sex, including ass to mouth. There are dominant/submissive undertones in the films, however they are not generally regarded as BDSM films.
Actresses appearing in these films include Bella Donna, Ryan Conner, Amber Michaels, Vanessa Lane, Miko Lee, Olivia O'Lovely, Gina Lynn, Taylor Wane, and Jewel De'Nyle. Actors include Lexington Steele and Mark Wood.
Ass Worship won the 2007 XRCO Award for "Best Gonzo Series." Ass Worship 4 won 'Best Anal-Themed Release' at the 2004 AVN Awards, Ass Worship 7 won the same award in 2006, as did Ass Worship 10 in 2008. The series also won 'Best Anal-Themed Series' at the 2003, 2004 and 2005 AVN awards.
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