Our Favorite Lezzy Love Scenes Safe Enough to Watch on Youtube

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bill-swift - August 25, 2012

Yesterday we posted the trailer for Passion, footage that teased us with a some steamy sapphic sex scenes between Rachel McAdamsand Noomi Rapace. And it got us thinking. Thinking about a lot of things. Things we really shouldn't talk while at work. So instead, we'll talk about our favorite girl-on-girl scenes from movies past and hope Passion somehow lives up to them.

Bound - Sure, one of the Wachowski Bros. is now living as a woman, but if that means (s)he gets to have nights in like this, then I fully understand.

Mulholland Dr. - It's not a David Lynch movie without trippy plot twists, strange music and gruesome characters. Thankfully we had Naomi Watts running around Los Angeles trying to get into Laura Harring's pants for half the movie to preoccupy us from whatever the movie was actually about.

Chloe - So what if the footage is dubbed in spanish. MILF romance is the best kind of romance in any language.

Black Swan - Natalie Portman + Mila Kunis + Natalie Portman. Any questions?

Wild Things - Threesomes in movies had really gone the way of the Dodo by the late 90s. Luckily this movie came along and reminded people what the movies were really supposed to be about: Good old fashioned girl-on-girl pool sex scenes.

The Hunger - Tony Scott knew that you could fool people into thinking your lesbian scene was artistic by filming with a lot of natural backlight and with a lot of fog cutting through the light. But in the end this is really just an excuse to see a hot French woman seduce young Susan Sarandon.

Higher Learning - Jennifer Connelly gets a lesson in love from Kristy Swanson that will surely come in handy during the infamous ass-to-ass scene from Requiem for a Dream.

Gia - The HBO movie that launched Angelina Jolie's career and launched about a million teenage boys pants late at night after their parents let them have HBO in their bedrooms.

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