If you were to describe the voluptuous Brazilian Beatricy Velmont's voice as "smoky," you'd be a couple of shades too light. It's almost acrid. Yet it wasn't until her pants came off that I realized she was a man.
Velmont is juicy in the Anissa Kate/Sunny Leone ballpark, and even though this movie was the 38th installment of world-famous tranny enthusiast Joey Silvera's "Rogue Adventures," I just didn't immediately peg (ha ha) Velmont as a transsexual.
And I'm sure that's the point. Think about the things that turn us on. For some people, transsexuals who are obviously transsexuals are a big attraction in the way that some people like obviously fake tits. Myself, I was amazed to find out Ashlynn Brooke's breasts were fake, and so I offer a similar "Bravo!" to Velmont.
Maybe I was looking at her partner, who had a hairdo like Nacho Vidal and Manuel Ferrara went back to the 90s and had a baby. Or maybe I was too busy thinking about whether the couple had seen Pope Francis on His Holiness's recent swing through Brazil.
Either way, Velmont had me fooled, despite the vocal cue. Even then, having been to Brazil several times, I can attest to the fact that many biological women in that fantastic country have deeper voices than you might expect from their American counterparts.
Anyway, the rogue adventure doesn't even stop there. After her scene, Velmont pisses in the shower. Now that's transgressive.