25 NSFW Sex Collages Inspired By Your Queer Erotic Imaginations and/or Lesbian Sexual Fantasies

At our annual A-Camp event this month, many humans gathered in a shared space to undergo a sacred ritual: making collages about their sexual desires/feelings while listening to me read aloud an erotica story about Catherine Zeta-Jones that our Design/Marketing Director wrote when she was 15. To prepare, I spent countless hours ripping pictures out of various used photograph books, desperate for diverse and queer-adjacent imagery and the work, my friends, was worth it. These are the collages that resulted from that life-altering experience, titled by their authors. Y’all are so talented!!!!


Bee Tsuchen // Pile of Babes/Orgy

Dana K // Cosmic Tits

Manuela G. // “Ahhhh!”

E. McNairy // Hunger Won’t Pay For Itself

J. Rayner // Whatever You Want

SR // Attraction

OHM // What Is The Vagina?

ALC // Tend The Garden

Ezra L. // Why Worry, Dad?

ABS // Classic Safer Sex Starlet Centerfold (Closed)

ABS // Classic Safer Sex Starlet Centerfold (Open)

Alex Simon // You Can Have It All

Cass F. // Femme4Femme

Sofia // Untitled Pussy and Crack Project

Amelia U. // Everything But Cook

Angela // Plentiful Pussy Project

Maggie // Femme Fantasies <3

Erin J // The Lesbian Body

Al R // Glitter Butch

Jessica W // Growth

Ames // Welcome to Dyke Cuntry

Emily-Anne // My Pony

Samantha G // Butch/Femme On Florals

Katie W + Nicole P // Cutie

Layna S // Earthly Delights

Jenny P // What the Planet Wants

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