I hope my response isn't aggressive! I just want to start a different dialogue, you know? by the way thanks for being a rad blogger. I've been following your blog for over 3 years now and I respect the time and effort you put into your content and your followers. It's really admirable!
no it wasn’t at all. thanks for the message! and thank you so much!
Response to BITWC: I think it's important to point out that it's filmed in France. Sexuality in European media is much bolder, their advertising couldn't make it clearer; the bulk of the controversy surrounding this movie is in N. American media. Could/should the sex scenes have been filmed similarly to the rest of the gentle lighting in the movie? Absolutely! Is it realistic? Who's to say? It may or may not be how some lesbians have sex, but we're talking about it & that in itself is important
rabblerabblerabbleupinarmsrabblerabblerabblescissoringrabblerabble. Could not resist that, sorry. Strange phrase though, up in arms. Strange that people throw their arms up when annoyed. Gotta wonder how that became such a common gesture. I get that whole leg grinding thing though. Chalk one up for that anon (if we are keeping score at least). But that scissoring scene was a total turn off. It would have made more sense and been hotter if one of them humped the others leg (like in Lip Service).
maybe we all just read into everything too much, haha
I didnt even realize it was ass play in that movie. It may be my own inexperience, but I just assumed they were reverse-eating each other out. Like approaching the vagina from a different angle. The ending did suck, I just want happy endings for everything. One sort of lesbian movie that I really liked is Kissing Jessica Stein. It was really funny mainly because the main character was a neurotic Jewish girl, so I totally related to her. Can't go wrong with a lesbojew. Or a Jewbian!
Well there’s one part where the blue haired chick is behind her and it’s pretty obvious what she’s doin. Anyway… yeah, I’m a jewbian too :]
I find it odd that so many lesbians are up in arms about scissoring. Like it happens but just not like that. I mean just dancing with a girl many will dance with me face to face grinding each others legs instead of but to to crotch. Or Also in sex I think he made it too big a sex act when it's more like something done when making out and is more grinding each others thighs like foreplay, idk.
Wait people are “up in arms” about it? Well that’s dumb. I just thought the scene was a bit ridiculous/outlandish but I’m sure there are some people out there that do it. I think a lot of lesbians just feel like it wasn’t believable and since there was a male directing it… I’m sure that factors into it too.
I just watched Blue is the Warmest color on netflix. The scissoring scene... what was that? I was almost convinced that I like the movie until that scene. It actually made me giggle. Also, did you notice that Adele's mouth was always open? She always seemed confused. I wish they would have explored the story lines about being bullied at school and Adele's relationship with her parents more. I know you have talked about it before, but what did you think?
I liked the movie a lot, especially since most lesbian movies are so cheesy! I thought this one was good. A bit long though. Also the end was sad :( But yeah… I know there has been a lot of controversy surrounding the sex scenes. I thought it was cool that there was such a long scene, considering they never really do that in movies. Some of it was really realistic/intense and kinda hot, but other parts were just ridiculous. Like the fact that it’s supposed to be the one chick’s first time with a girl and they’re like… eating each others’ asses out for like 7 minutes… I dunno. I just thought there was too much ass play (but maybe that’s ‘cause I’m not into that). And they shoulda made it more like she didn’t know what she was doing and was nervous, etc. And I thought the same exact thing as you about the scissoring scene. Who does that?! Do people actually do that?! Haha. Overall I thought the movie was good though.
How do I go about telling a girl I like her if she thinks I'm straight?
Tell her you’re not straight? lol. Just flirt with her! Or ask her out! Or drop some obvious hints that you’re gay. Like mention something super super lesbian. Like the L word, or “oh yeah my ex girlfriend blah blah”
I have a cute photo of two lesbians kissing on my blog! They've been together for about 13 months and one has left for basic training and won't be able to see her love for about nine months. It would mean so much to me and them if you could reblog it! Their story is written in the post! Thanks!
Did you post a picture of Rihanna because Reagan and Sara like Rihanna ?
Reagan and Sara?! LMAO! Did you mean Tegan and Sara?! And no, of course not. I posted that picture because I liked it and she looked hot. Although I do know Sara crushes hard on Rihanna haha but that is irrelevant.
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