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Category Archives: lesbian
While we touched on the topic of Lisbeth’s sexuality and its implications in class, I think we could expand on this discussion. To recap, it is suggested that earlier in her life Lisbeth was somewhat sexually promiscuous. In “The Girl … Continue reading → Continue reading
Though Jim McAlister is arguably the protagonist of Alexander Payne’s Election (1999), the film offers a unique omniscient narration that allows three other characters—Tracy Flick, and Paul and Tammy Metzler—to occasionally hijack the narrative and narration for themselves. Significantly, the … Continue reading → Continue reading
The scene in “But I’m a Cheerleader” in which Megan and Graham first kiss is ripe with discussion-worthy material (watch here: But I\’m a Cheerleader – first kiss). To recoup, Graham follows Megan outside of Cocksuckers after Megan grows jealous that … Continue reading → Continue reading
Prior to watching Bound, I had never seen any movies that depicted a sexual relationship between two women. Bound is known for its graphic sex scenes, all of which happen early on in the movie. In the first sex scene, … Continue reading → Continue reading
As I thought about “Bound” after the film screening, I realized there are a lot of really interesting symbols and images throughout the film. Some of the most titillating symbols were blood and money, fingers, night/darkness, paint, and characters’ names. … Continue reading → Continue reading