Best sex scene and movie
Try is the operative word. Cecilia and Robbie— her in that green dress , he in that black tux—consummate their love for one another, pinned against a stack of books. Watch the full movie. This sex scene has no penetration or nudity. Alone, on the Miami beach, the breeze and the camera at their backs, the two are free to just be. Could it be?
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The state of queer sex scenes in movies is a little bleak. Not only are our queer and trans characters always played by straight and cis actors, but they are often scrubbed clean of sexual particularities, kinky proclivities, personalities, real bodies, brown bodies, and a whole other mess of missing things. Anyway, enough about those movies. Here are the best queer sex scenes where the filmmakers remembered to put the sex in them. Oh, yes! That movie that every gay on the internet loved, but no one can really remember what it was about because it was kinda boring. Looking director Andrew Haigh did get his sex scenes right though, especially for this gorgeously realistic and honest moment between two men who meet up over the course of, wait for it, a weekend.
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Another round of voting and then a fair amount of arguing and name-calling brought the list down to the 25 choices you are about to read about and watch and, yes, where possible we found the original clips, so be aware that most of the videos below are NSFW and viewer discretion is strongly advised. They could be shockingly graphic or hysterically funny or boundary breaking in some way. After we show you ours, you show us yours; leave us a comment below and tell us what we missed. When Franck Pierre Deladonchamps and Michel Christophe Paou first have sex, one of the most explicit scenes between two men in film, they voraciously consume one another for three whole minutes. Hollywood blockbusters have dedicated so much screen time developing the perfect universal love story, but as it turns out, all they needed was an R-rated montage and a series of second-rate holidays.
Sexy, sexy sex. It's what's keeping the human race alive. But it also serves a non-procreative purpose, we're reliably informed. Hollywood thrives on it. If characters in films aren't getting it, they're searching for it, begging for it, or are in despair at the lack of it.