SPONSORED BY: Virtual Real Trans
Monroe Welcome You In VR Hotel
- Video Length: 00:51
- Point of View: Male
- Field of View: 180
- Frames per Second: 60
- Published Date: 06/07/2019
After all you’ve read and heard, you finally got to the VR Hotel. You didn’t mind driving for hours to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month in this place. If you read our post, you’ll know things here are a bit different. Starting with Ryder Monroe always at the door to give you a great welcome with a footjob and an invitation for you to fuck her in missionary position. Before grabbing your oculus quest, remember that a cumshot on her ass isn’t the end but the beginning for many adventures in VR Trans Porn. In our LGBTQ+ Pride Month, there’s always one more room left to open and enjoy!
Well, obviously you have to be into shemales to enjoy Virtual Real Trans — otherwise, it would be an odd choice for a subscription! It’s a very high-quality site with some of the hottest transgirls on the internet, and given the limited options for VR trans content, this is the place to go for trans VR porn, no doubt about it. With most VR studios focusing on cis porn, Virtual Real Trans obviously differentiates itself by catering specifically to the trans-lovers, a market that still hasn’t been mined as much as it could in virtual reality. Like its parent company, VR pioneer Virtual Real Porn, it’s based in Europe and has a solid reputation for high-quality videos. It’s mostly European talent, so you won’t see any famous American porn stars. Having said that, they feature very attractive transgirls, and some of them are already crossing over to the States. Plenty of boy-trans scenes are available, as well as plenty of trans-cis female content. They’ve also featured a few threesomes and solo scenes. Virtual Real Trans offers plenty of eye contact and realistic, well-shot scenes, with a wide range of experiences that should please many guys. All their videos have good resolution and frame rate. Virtual Real Trans has also been working on integrating teledildonics with companies like Kiiroo and Lovense, a (so far) limited but certainly appealing remote sex toy technology that should attract its share of customers once it becomes a little more accessible.