When I was younger, most LGBTQ sex scenes I saw didn't show much beyond two people passionately making out, a little hand-over-the-crotch action, and tight shots of faces moaning. They were all PG—maybe the R-rated ones were a little more gratuitous, but I was too nervous to search for them on my family computer. As a gay teenager still in the closetthese muted portrayals of queer sexuality only furthered the idea that my identity was something I needed to hide.
Make them too steamy and you run the risk of veering into porn territory. Hold back and your leads may end up looking like cold fish. Out Of Sight was the film which introduced many to the talents of Jennifer Lopez and cemented George Clooney as a bona-fide movie star, and this sizzling sex scene undoubtedly played a big part.
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Sexy, sexy sex. It's what's keeping the human race alive. But it also serves a non-procreative purpose, we're reliably informed.
Back in the days of yore, it was a rarity to even see a post-sex "we're under the covers" scene on television. But TV has gotten more progressive and open-minded about intercourse yay! In other words, sex is normal, and there's no reason to shy away from it on television.
What makes the perfect sex scene? The pure eroticism? Its emotional undercurrents?
Sex scenes can be funny, they can be intense, and they can be romantic. They can involve puppets, or multiple people, or Sharon Stone. They can play into murder plots, explore dark fantasies, or simply be weird as hell.
Hot sex scenes in movies are like rap music: you love it, just not necessarily when your parents are around. Sex scenes in movies can range from PG, darkly lit gyrating to explicit, NC sex that sparks rumors the actors were really having sex on screen. And, I think I speak for everyone when I say that we've all stumbled a bit too close to the second while sitting next to a parent at the movie theater.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. We've scanned. Are they all "sexy," in the traditional sense of the word?