Lesbian Sex and Sexuality: DVD Review

By dykehalo

When I chose to review Lesbian Sex and Sexuality, I had no clue what it was about other then the obvious -- lesbian sex and sexuality -- but what that really entailed and meant I hadn't the foggiest idea. This two-DVD set is a documentary of six different episodes that address different areas and subjects of lesbian sex and sexuality:

Porn Today: Pushing the Limits which is all about the lesbian porn industry and how it has and is continuing to evolve. In it they talk to a couple of the major porn directors.

For Your Pleasure: Erotic Dancers follows 3 erotic dancers through their daily lives and looks into the lesbian club and bar scene.

The Evolution of Erotica is a history lesson on the printed and video lesbian industry. It goes back to the roots of lesbian porn and was very interesting.

Fulfilling Fantasy is an episode that any lesbian could and would enjoy because it discusses fantasies and the many ways people are fulfilling their fantasies.

Lesbians bringing U-Hauls on their second date has been age-old stereotype Thinking Outside The Box discusses the alternative lifestyles many lesbians are living including polyamory and swinging.

The episode Selling Sex in the Mainstream is all about the fact that, for many straight people, two women being together is extremely lot. The lesbian porn industry has realized that lesbian sex sells and is figuring out how to use this knowledge to the best of their advantage.

Each episode was about 30-45 minutes long and, although a couple of the episodes were very interesting, overall I found it to be interesting at times but overall boring and not that great. The best part was the amount of female nudity. I also enjoyed many of the behind the scene parts in which they interviewed and talked to a couple bigger names in the lesbian porn industry which included Summer Cummings and Skye Blue.

This miniseries could have been extremely interesting, but instead they repeated things often just in different words and hoped the subject matter itself would keep the audience interested. The cinematography was dull and basic with few unique camera angles. It seemed like it was made by amateurs rather then professionals. There was nothing that really grabbed me and I was interested in the subject matter.

If you want to watch this miniseries because you're curious about the lesbian porn industry, I would suggest finding something else. This would be better to watch on TV or rent if you must watch it.