Shame on writer/producer Katherine Linton for this mess of a film.
It was so bad that I will never see anything by her again.
The title of this lame attempt at film making should have been something more like: "The Dark Underworld of Torture, Erotica, and the Porno Industry" and should have come with a warning for graphic and violent images as well as had no mention of lesbians at all.
This film has nothing to do with being a lesbian or human lesbian sexuality at all. If someone who was curious about who we are and what we like sexually and what we really do with our partners, and how we feel in our hearts about our sexuality, this film would give a blatant false impression. This is a six episode film that starts out featuring 3 lesbian Go Go dancers and the shows they put on and the money they get in their garters. What it has to do with womyn's sexuality I don't know. This would mislead anyone into thinking we are all into strippers and have to watch sexually charged dancing to get off Wrong! It is fun to be young and see a strip show but is this how we identify our sexuality? Are we that shallow and warped? The only "couples" Katherine Linton features in this film are "polyamorous" which means they need more than one sex partner. She picked some real oddballs too all of which seemed very troubled psychologically and immature emotionally. Most lesbians are not polyamorous anyway and Katherine Linton says so herself in an interview on afterellen.com, where she clearly states they polyamory is more prevalent in the straight world. So why make it such a theme in a film about Lesbian Sexuality? The series gets worse, three of the episodes were about the porn industry except that the producers happen to identify as lesbian, which was not obvious with the huge fake boobs, fake eyelashes and way too long bleached blond hair. I really thought she was a drag queen. Some use men in their films to make it interesting and the sex scenes are mostly for straight men as the majority of porn is. There were some great shots of raw pussy and hard corp sex acts for the cameras but again, there are millions of lesbians out there leading lives with their partners, raising families, working at many professions who never squatted bare-ass on a camera lens for money, but we are sexual beings just the same and most of us are monogamous. Where Katherine Linton who identifies a lesbian got the idea that we are all oversexed and anything goes is anybody's guess. Again, misleading, if you want your family to understand you, don't give them this film to watch! The icing on the cake has to be the "Cock and Ball torture" Yes, you heard me right. Katherine Linton features a woman who says she is a lesbian but instead of featuring her and her partner and their lives a sexual partners it was all about her "job" which is...ready? Hooking up naked fat guys to a cock and ball torture machine. Yep, Katherine Linton wasted most of a half hour featuring someone demonstrating how to cock and ball torture a naked fat guy. WHAT? You heard me right.
Then there "Red" who likes to use knives and tie up her girlfriend and "scare" her. They like to cut each other up and draw blood and mock a BTK (bind, torture, kill, you know like the guy that was a serial killer and did this to dozens of beautiful young women who were daughters, mothers, sisters, before being caught, destroying the lives of the people who loved them.)Katherine Linton wants everyone to believe that all Lesbians like this kind of "sex torture kill combo wam bam." WRONG AGAIN! This was so disturbing that we had to turn it off. At this point I got really angry that this film was made and called Lesbian Sex and Sexuality! It certainly is not! Look, Good gay and lesbian films are very hard to find but everyone I have ever seen was better than this. If you want to see how bad film making can be and how misleading a title can be then see it. otherwise, don't waste your time.
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