Which are the best L Word sex scenes? How We Ranked Them: I assembled a database of every L Word sex scene that involved queer characters in the main cast, and then invited the Autostraddle TV Team Heather , Kayla , Drew , Natalie and Carmen to assign each scene a score of , as well as offer any commentary they felt compelled to offer. At all!!!!! Tonya is the worst!!! Sucks that it involved her pressuring Lisa into getting a blow job! Okay, ew!
‘The L Word’ Is Back With Sex, Glamour and a Wider Lens
'The L Word: Generation Q' showed period sex between two women
The L Word never shied away from nudity or sex. The series, about a group of lesbians living and loving in Los Angeles, was bold and frank in its portrayal of love scenes. As it turns out, the cast and crew took these very seriously. When EW reunited the cast, they talked love scenes with other women and doing sex scene research. Sarah Shahi: I will say this, in all seriousness: Doing love scenes with guys and girls, I much prefer doing them with girls because I feel like, as women, we naturally protected each other. Beals : Do you guys remember that Rose [Troche, a co-executive producer on the show] made us a video? Beals: We had to watch a sex video because we had to do all these sex scenes.
Subscriber Account active since. The highly-anticipated reboot of the early aughts lesbian television drama "The L Word" showed two women having period sex in its first scene — challenging a sexual taboo most television series haven't dared to touch within its first 30 seconds. The scene suggests the reboot will be more progressive than the original, and represents a departure from some of the more grandiose depictions of period sex and periods in general in television and film. The original "L Word" series shocked mainstream television audiences when it premiered in for its open portrayal of lesbian sex and was known for attempting to destigmatize social taboos. But, like most media at the time, periods remained untouched.
The sex scenes. What did you expect? Yes, the smoke and mirror effect of Hollywood sex scenes are damaging, and yes they set us up for a harrowing lifetime of never feeling good enough or thin enough or curvy enough or hairless enough or just not enough in general—but lez get real.