Glen and Glenda has an interesting premise, and director Frank Marino almost pulls it off. It seems that a number of men see themselves as women, and one such man is Steven St. Croix. He's engaged to Brigette Aimè, who has no clue about St. Croix's feminine disposition. They go to bed as man and woman, but when St. Croix looks in the mirror, he's fucking Aimè as luscious Kaitlyn Ashley. The scene shoots back and fourth between Aimè/St. Croix and Aimè/Ashley, but the transitions don't quite sync as well as they should-, first there might be a shot of Aimè eating Ashley, but instead of switching to a shot of Aimè blowing St. Croix, it'll be a shot of Aimè taking it doggie style. St. Croix and Ashley match up better in the next scene, however, as they masturbate on opposite sides of a mirror.
His real life a farce, St. Croix escapes to a transvestite club, which is attended in drag by T.T. Boy, Peter North and Gerry Pike. St. Croix drifts off, becoming Ashley once again, and proceeds to individually fuck each of the members. Intellectually, this might be a little disturbing to homophobes, but one look at Ashley's massive mammaries mashing into North's face is more than enough to dispel any insecurities.
Unfortunately, even including an Aimè /Marc Wallicè standard kitchen coupling, this tape only contains three real sex scenes (Lynn LeMay is in the credits, but she's nowhere to be found), and that hurts this tape's rating. Marino might have had something here if the editing had been better and if he had added an additional actress or two. As it stands, however, this tape, with a great title and cute marketing campaign, is really nothing more than a showcase for Kaitlyn Ashley's substantial sexual talents.