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A lesbian movie sex scene never fails to set hearts and libidos on fire. Here are ten of our favorite lady love sex scenes for you to enjoy.

Celebrating queer lifestyles: Here are the best lesbian sex scenes in film

One thing seems to be pretty universal in lesbian movies: a sex scene (or, if we’re lucky, scenes) that never fails to set hearts and libidos on fire! Thankfully, there are quite a few sapphic movies out, with more and more getting made each year, so we have a lot of new ones to look forward to.

For now, here are ten of our favorite lady love sex scenes for you to enjoy!

Carol

While Carol only came out in 2015, it has become the classic lesbian movie. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel The Price of Salt, Carol is the 1950s story of a housewife who has an affair with a younger woman she met at a department store. The extended lesbian love scene is well worth the wait when it finally rolls around and we’re grateful for it!

I Can’t Think Straight

The chemistry in I Can’t Think Straight is out of this world. The movie is about a Palestinian woman from Jordan who falls for British Indian woman while planning her wedding. The chemistry between Lisa Ray and Sheetal Sheth is as unbelievable as their love scene is incredible. If you enjoy Ray and Sheth’s performances, make sure to check out The World Unseen where they play a couple once again.

Better Than Chocolate 

If you’re looking for a lesbian love scene that involves the characters painting each other’s bodies, then you want to see Better Than Chocolate. Even if that isn’t what you’re looking for in a movie, you should check it out anyway! It’s a fun comedy of errors that is as sexy as it is funny to watch.

The Handmaiden

The Handmaiden is another movie based on a book, Fingersmith by Sarah Waters. About the complicated romance between a rich woman and her maid, the love scene in The Handmaiden knocks our socks off. If you love all the twists and turns, make sure to check out the BBC miniseries based on Fingersmith too!

Duck Butter

Considering that the premise of Duck Butter contains two women meeting each other at a club and vowing to make love once an hour, it’s safe to say there’s a lot of that in it. We’re certainly glad they do because the chemistry between Alia Shawkat’s Naima and Laia Costa’s Sergio is intense and keeps you wanting more.

Princess Cyd

Princess Cyd is a charming coming-of-age flick about a teenage girl named Cyd (Jessie Pinnick) who spends the summer in Chicago getting to know her estranged aunt. While there, Cyd begins exploring her sexuality with local barista Katie (Malic White), and the two share a sweet love scene with each other.

Below Her Mouth

If Below Her Mouth is known for anything, it is its incredibly sexy lesbian scenes. The movie itself is about female roofer Dallas, played by Erika Linder, and fashion editor Jasmine (Natalie Krill). Despite Jasmine being poised to wed, Dallas and Jasmine engage in a short-lived affair that is a lot of fun for audiences to watch.

Saving Face

Saving Face is a cute romantic comedy about falling in love and finding the courage to come out in public. The scene between Vivian (Lynn Chen) and Wilhelmina (Michelle Krusiec) isn’t terribly long compared to some of the other movies on the list, but it’s just as fun to watch. We suggest making yourself a bowl of popcorn beforehand.

Disobedience

This one is a hard one to watch because of the subject material. The movie is about two childhood friends Ronit (Rachel Weisz) and Esti (Rachel McAdams) who were once separated by circumstance. They are reunited, but the movie ends on a bittersweet note. One bright spot in the movie is the steamy scene they share.

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Portrait of a Lady on Fire is basically the queen of the slowburn lesbian romance movie. All the longing looks and tender touches shared between Marianne (Noémie Merlant) and Héloïse (Adèle Haenel). However, the payoff when they finally, finally make love is totally worth it because the scene, like the name of the movie suggests, is on fire!

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