“Female Power” might be a chanted slogan at a feminist political demonstration, it could be a plea for equality in the workplace, and it could be a simple declaration that members of the so-called “second sex” are tired of being treated as second class citizens. But in Andrej Lupin’s “Female Power” it playfully signifies the irresistible allure that a woman can use to bend a man to her will. Matt Ice is in the shower, minding his own business, when Antonia Sainz enters the bathroom.
At first she watches him from a distance, then she takes off her robe, climbs into the bathtub just outside the glass-walled shower stall, and slowly, deliberately, and with lustful calculation, begins to exert her “Female Power.” She starts by toying with her breasts. Then she slides two fingers between her legs and plays with the pouting lips of her pussy. Matt, as one might expect, snaps to full attention. At this point Sainz begins to tease Ice in earnest. She feigns a blowjob, she rubs her firm ass on the glass, she playfully tempts and taunts, earning Matt’s wide-eyed approval.
After she’s had her fun with the tease, Sainz is hungry to please, and satisfies her hunger – and Matt’s – by treating him to a blowjob punctuated by bouts of slick and skilled stroking. Now that she’s got Ice exactly where she wants him, Sainz decides she wants him somewhere else, so he enters her from behind and fucks her to peaks of pleasure. Then, with Matt seated on the edge of the tub, Sainz rides him in two positions before achieving her final climax. An arrogant or selfish female might exit the scene at this point, but Antonia’s brand of “Female Power” is loving and generous, so she treats Matt to the slippery delights of a brief tit-fuck, and then she jerks his prick until his semen spurts and splatters her chest and the immediate vicinity.
Pleasingly and playfully passionate, “Female Power” is certain to engage, entertain, and satisfy viewers regardless of gender.