When it comes to sex between two women, there are a lot of myths out there , like that "real" sex must be penetrative, P-in-V involving a penis or strap-on, or that all lesbians looooove to scissor and pretty much do only that in bed. And it doesn't help that so much mainstream and pornographic coverage of lesbian sex is catered to the male gaze, making it seem like it only exists as foreplay for a straight guy, or that it only ever happens between two cisgender, femme women. But the truth is, there is so much more to lesbian sex than any of those things. There are so many creative, intimacy-building, downright HOT ways to get down that don't involve feeling like one woman has to be "the man" or like you're both limited to only oral sex. Whether you identify as queer, bi, or are currently exploring your sexuality as a straight woman, the possibilities are endless. But, for now, here are 31 positions to start you off.
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These formative cinematic experiences have helped make us the gay sexual creatures we are today. This is not a comprehensive list, and only represents films available to stream. Just a hunch! Lana and Lilly are sisters and trans women, at the time that this film was made, they were still presenting as male. A beautiful, thrilling, meticulously plotted film; sumptuous and precise and erotically charged throughout. Do people really 69 as much as they do in lesbian movies directed by men?
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Steph Grant Photography. Amanda came out at 21 after drinking a bottle of wine at her college graduation. She told her friends she was a lesbian and apparently none of them were shocked. Later on, her dad very sweetly said he would love her even if she loved donkeys. Brooklyn came out by accident at the age of 23 when she missed her curfew.
I remember overhearing a woman ask another woman this in a downtown Manhattan coffee shop when I was a little kid. I was maybe 10 years old, but I totally got what she was saying and totally agreed, silently, in my head. I was in the "Gay Straight Alliance" at that time, and we took a field trip to a liberal arts university for the event.