NSFW nudity and lesbian sexual situations in The Nun. Duh.
In the new film Blue Like Jazz, Tania Raymonde plays a lesbian activist named Lauryn who is friends with the main character, Don.
It’s a fantasy of a mid-life crisis. A fantasy of what one could do, played out in a film. It’s about a woman who feels like she has little time left in this gorgeous body, and wants to use it. And her wife is not so interested.
Abby becomes a prostitute and trespasses on the vows of her marriage. But there’s a part of her marriage that is sacrosanct, and she will not trespass on it. No one has a name. It’s Woman 1, Woman 2, Woman 3. It’s fulfilling a desire to have sex without invading into intimacy, if that makes any kind of sense.
Turn Me On, Dammit is a Norwegian film about a teen girl who wants to have sex. (Shocking!) She has a sexual fantasy about a female friend, but largely, she dreams of a guy named Artur, who pokes her with his peen, inciting jealousy from girls at school who start a smear campaign against her.