NSFW Sunday: Half-Naked Famous Lesbians, Among Other Items of Interest

Lesbian and bisexual women and otherwise-identified queermos are so cute when they’re naked and in your bed/arms/dreams. You probably bookmarked all of these queer sexy photography spots after reading that post I just linked to, but some of you have done a lot of drugs in your life and have really bad memories.

Regardless (and that last sentence might not even be on topic, it’s hard to tell these days, feel free to disregard it) (I should start making footnotes David Foster Wallace style to everything), here are some of the world’s favorite famous lesbian and bisexual women in various degrees of undress:

Portia DeRossi

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freja beha erichsen

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amber heard

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Natasha Kai

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Evan Rachel Wood Bisexual

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Me’Shell NdegéOcello

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Lindsay Lohan (bisexual)

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jenny shimizu

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beth ditto

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kate moennig

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Davonee Sou from “Gimme Sugar”

There! Wasn’t that lovely? Well, there’s more where that came from in the form of links and photographs of people who aren’t famous, except for the one from Weeds where the person IS famous.
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A Tumblr You Would Enjoy:

Curvature is erotic art photographs from all over the web. Highly visually stimulating.

via mantamoose.tumblr.com

Sex Hurts:

8 Sex Injuries to Watch Out For: spank marks are included, I’m sure you’ll like that.

lady killer photography via lotharioeatsladiesss.tumblr.com

Kids These Days:

So apparently “half the women aged 16 to 25 surveyed by Family Planning NSW said they had sometimes been pressured to give oral sex, and many reported that young men ”expect” to receive it. As you can imagine, the parents of Australia are a bit concerned.+

A Short Movie About Girls Sort of Rubbing Against Things:

Two minutes of pure sexiness (very NSFW!) via grays provocation, which is also very NSFW.

Orgasm Studies:

What can 2,914 Australian twins tell us about the evolution of the female orgasm? This is important stuff.

via a-larue.tumblr.com

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This Book is Bunk:

And, on that same exact topic, check out this takedown of the book A Billion Wicked Thoughts, which is supposed to be about sexuality and porn and that men like sex and women don’t like sex. It’s like this, mrs.naughty explains:

There’s a logical fallacy called “cherry picking” which is essentially this: you come up with a hypothesis. You then seek out data to back your assertions. You ignore any contradictory evidence and only use the stuff that supports your theory.

Then you write a book about it. Cue the articles in major newspapers and interviews on TV. Suddenly, your delightful theory is accepted uncritically as fact.

Thus, we come to A Billion Wicked Thoughts, the book by Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam.

Dícen

Look, someone made a strange movie for you, it takes place in a field of dandelions and involves two women kissing each other. It’s a teaser for the film Dícen and is described as, “una pequeña historia de ruptura. Un grito amargo, un monólogolleno de rabia mal contenida sobre lo que pudo ser y ya no será. Una poesía triste y agridulce de otra historia más, quese fue por culpa de los que hablan, de los que dicen…”

THEY TELL teaser3 from JUANMA CARRILLO on Vimeo.

Happy Sunday!

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36 Comments

    • I assumed (having never seen Beth Ditto’s nipples, and therefore having no frame of reference) that they were simply small and that the swoop in the T’s had been strategically placed to cover them. Looking back, it does seem that they’d have to be *awfully* small for that to be the case, although it’s not impossible.

      • The photo was from the cover of Love magazine, and from my recollection of women’s studies days, most magazine covers (for sure North American, but Love is from the UK…) will not print/show/represent women’s nipples. Everything. But. The. Nipple.

        When I googled this phenomenon – I found this:

        It is perhaps understandable that we’d be so enflamed by the sight of women’s nipples because we see them so rarely. Barbie dolls don’t have nipples. Magazines routinely airbrush out nipples on fully clothed (but presumably chilly) models.

        Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1869128,00.html#ixzz1RAz1nmbe

        Somehow the nipple is absolutely shocking, but the rest of the breast is not.

        I like it all. Just sayin’.

    • Am I the only one that thought of Dexter (the good-hearted serial killer) when I saw that pic?

  1. kate moennig:
    Favourite body part? “I like my hands. Nice long fingers. Strong. They serve me well.”

    just saying

    • i subscribed to Jane magazine and this one time I was sitting on my futon as my bff/roommate Krista was casually reading JANE Magazine next to me. Suddenly she squealed so loud I jumped up in fear, ready to kill the spider/mouse/ant/moth that surely had incited her to such volumes.

      Nope, she’d just turned to the page where, much to our surprise (I wasn’t on the internet much then, so I generally didn’t know what was in a magazine until I read it myself in print) — Kate Moennig was naked. And said that thing about her hands.

    • Yeah, more or less. Jennifer Beals accidentally outed her in The Advocate like five years ago, but Kate lives her life openly and doesn’t hide it, is dating holly miranda (who is officially out), etc. At this point if she were to “officially” come out, i feel like it would be met with the same sort of entitled scorn as Sean Hayes coming out, or Ricky Martin. It seems sort of unnecessary and I can’t imagine it helping her career in any way to create a big story like that. I mean I don’t know her or her reasonings for why she doesn’t like to directly address her sexuality in interviews, but just from being in the media I wouldn’t want to see the day when everyone went DUH and was rude and stupid about it the way they were about Sean Hayes, which for some reason really annoyed me. Like, hey AMERICA, don’t demand that everybody needs to “officially” declare themselves a homo in order to count and then chide them when they do so, you know? why am i talking about this

      • I agree Riese. I don’t think people need to “officially” come out. I just asked because I wondered. Like…it seems unfair to determine someone else’s sexuality FOR them. I hate when people joke about the person who is sooo gay, but oblivious. I think people actually get to decide for themselves. So…anyhoo, that’s why I asked.

        • yeah yeah that makes sense. i mean i know personally for a fact that she is gay, but i realize that me saying that is meaningless as it then becomes just hearsay. so i felt okay about seeing her picture here. shane 4ever

  2. Normally I don’t think tatoos look very good, but Natasha Kai is at least 6 different types of awesome with hers.

  3. Also, I loved the link to Australian twin study. It’s just a fancy way of saying “No, we REALLY don’t know. Orgasms still mysterious.”

  4. Evan Rachel Wood is bisexual?!
    This has made my life exponentially better. Thank you!

  5. Anyone else excited about this movie “Dicen”? It reminds me of “Chica Busca Chica” but in an indie way.

    • No. Most definitely not. I love Kai and I have never seen this photo before. It most certainly made my day

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