Top 10 lesbian videos sizzle and stun

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While it’s exciting to hit the theater for the newest LGBT movies, sometimes it’s nice to watch them at home from the warm comfort of your living room. With that in mind, here’s a helpful starter list from the folks at Wolfe Video: highlights include the much anticipated Showtime collector’s edition package, “The L Word: The Complete Collection” and the popular new lesbian coming out musical, “Leading Ladies.”

 

Many of these films are also available on VOD and digital delivery platforms. Check out the list below, then share your top picks in the comments field below the article.

 

1. Leading Ladies Adorable newcomers Laurel Vail and Nicole Dionne co-star as the young lesbians who “Let Love Lead” in this romantic coming out tale blended together with a fabulously choreographed musical comedy. Plus, “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Benji Schwimmer (as the gay best friend) and legendary choreographer Melanie LaPatin as the overzealous stage mother!

 

2. The L Word: The Complete Series This handsome 25-disc collector’s edition set gets you addicted all over again to the super-sexy exploits of some of the most popular lesbian characters of all time: The ultimate lesbian couple, Bette and Tina; bi-curious Jenny; super-studly Shane; wacky Alice; sporty Dana; stylish Helena; handsome Tasha; sultry Carmen; smarty-arty Jodi; knockout Marina; amazing Max; fabulous Phyllis and all the wonderful denizens of Showtime’s legendary series. Plus: Extras Galore and bonus disc with exclusive “The L Word”Reunion!”

 

3. Trigger Ex-lovers and former bandmates Vic and Kat (played by two of Canada’s top female stars, Tracy Wright and Molly Parker) reunite to perform at a women in rock benefit show. After a wild night of reminiscing, reconnecting and true confessions the pair face the dawn and the true nature of their friendship. This heartbreakingly genuine rock-and-roll drama earned double Best Actress nominations at the 2011 Genie Awards (Canada’s Academy Awards).

 

4. Big Lesbian Love Collector’s Set This quartet of top lesbian romances includes a gorgeous pair of Big Apple love stories, “The Four-Faced Liar” and “My Normal” plus two equally fresh West Coast American indies, the smart and sexy “And Then Came Lola” and the legendary Jamie Babbitt hit, “Itty Bitty Titty Committee.” Enjoy some Big Lesbian Love!

 

5. The Real L Word – Complete Second Season The Real L Word is back for a hotter-than-ever second season. Wild child Whitney is joined by an all-new cast of girlfriends ‚ and whether it’s love or lust, make-ups or break-ups, it’s a non-stop ride of addictive fun. This hot 3-disc set includes all nine dramatic, provocative and sexy episodes‚ uncut and uncensored.

 

6. The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls Hailed by audiences as inspirational, lauded by critics as irresistible – this award-winning documentary tells the story of the world’s only yodeling country singing-and-comedy lesbian singing duo “Jools and Lynda Topp,” New Zealand twin sisters who have inspired a generation and earned cult celebrity status in the process.

 

7. The Lovers & Friends Show Season 4 With its honest and often humorous depiction of urban lesbian life, “The Lovers & Friends Show” has opened the eyes of people within and outside of the LGBT community. Enjoy another great season of tantalizing drama in this scrappy low-budget hit show.

 

8. Elena Undone From writer-director Nicole Conn, this hot tale of unexpected lesbian romance co-stars Traci Dinwiddie and Necar Zadegan: two beautiful actresses with spectacular onscreen chemistry. Elena (the wife of a conservative pastor) falls deeply in love with lesbian writer Peyton. Elena Undone also features the longest kiss in cinema history.

 

9. The Fish Child In this hot lesbian thriller, androgynous Ines Efron (XXY) stars as a wealthy teen in love with her family’s 20-year-old maid (played by pop star turned actress, Mariela Vitale, aka Emme). Will their elaborate scheme to be together succeed? Nominated for nine Argentine Academy Awards.

 

10. Becoming Chaz This groundbreaking portrait of Chaz Bono’s life as a transgender man has touched hearts across America with its personal exploration of courage and strength. Through interviews with friends and family (including his mother, Cher) the film presents an illuminating story that everyone should see.

 

Award-winning film maker and author of “The Ultimate Guide to Lesbian & Gay Film and Video,” Jenni Olson is the director of e-commerce and consumer marketing at Wolfe Video.

About The Author

As a trailblazing queer media historian, activist and online pioneer Jenni Olson has been a longtime champion of LGBT film and filmmakers around the world. With her vast expertise on queer film history and contemporary LGBT media images she offers a unique perspective on how far we’ve come in terms of LGBT images (from the big screen to the small screen, to the computer screen)! Jenni Olson has been programming, researching, collecting, creating, and writing about lesbian, gay, bi and transgender (LGBT) film since 1986 and is one of the world's leading experts on LGBT cinema history. In 1995, Jenni was one of the co-founders of PlanetOut.com, where she established the massive queer movie resource and database, PopcornQ and launched the first showcase for LGBT streaming media, the PlanetOut Online Cinema as well as founding the PlanetOut Short Movie Awards. She is also very proud to be co-founder of the Queer Brunch at Sundance; the annual LGBT event she created in 1998 has grown to become the largest queer party at the Sundance Film Festival. As a film collector and archivist Jenni’s historical movie trailer programs (including the ever-popular: Homo Promo which is now available on DVD) have been shown at film festivals around the world, as have her many short films and videos (Sometimes, Meep! Meep!, Blue Diary, Matzo Maidels, Blow Up, Sing Along San Francisco). Her debut feature film, The Joy of Life world premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival and went on to play a pivotal role in renewing debate about the need for a suicide barrier on the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as garnering praise from critics and audiences around the globe for its unique storytelling style. In addition to her two decades of curatorial experience (including stints at the Minneapolis/St. Paul and San Francisco LGBT Film Festivals) Jenni has written extensively about LGBT film for such publications as The Advocate, Curve Magazine, Filmmaker Magazine, indieWIRE.com, PlanetOut.com and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. Her wildly entertaining coffee table tome, The Queer Movie Poster Book was a 2005 Lambda Literary Award nominee. Jenni continues to advise and assist filmmakers on a variety of projects as well as spearheading such continuing LGBT filmmaker resources as the WolfeQueerFestDirectory (http://lgbtfilmfestivals.wetpaint.com/) and the PQProfessionals Yahoo Group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pqprofessionals/join). Jenni has done extensive work as a film programmer and public speaker, as well as serving on numerous film festival juries, grants panels and screening committees. She is also a founding member of the advisory board for Outfest’s Legacy Project for LGBT film preservation. Materials from her extensive personal archive of rare LGBT film prints have been utilized in many documentary film projects. She can be seen in several documentary films offering her perspectives on LGBT cinema history, most notably two documentaries on which she served as associate producer: Jodie: An Icon (a 1996 British Channel 4 exploration of Jodie Foster as an icon for lesbians) and more recently the IFC documentary, Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema. Jenni’s most recent short film, 575 Castro St. premiered at Sundance and the Berlinale in early 2009 and has been making the rounds on the film festival circuit — it can also be seen online at FilmInFocus.com. She is currently in development on a new feature called, The Royal Road: or Get Me Guinevere Turner. In 2007 Jenni was honored as “one of the Top Ten Amazing Women in Showbiz” by Power Up, the Los Angeles-based organization for gay women in the entertainment industry. In 2005 she received the Outfest Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement, the NewFest Award for Best U.S. Screenplay and a commendation from the City and County of San Francisco in recognition of her groundbreaking experimental documentary, The Joy of Life. The San Francisco Film Critics Circle also honored her with the Marlon Riggs Award (awarded annually by to a member of the Bay Area film community for courage and innovation). More recently Jenni earned a spot (number 74 to be exact) on the TopHotButches.com list of the Top 100 Butches of 2009! Jenni continues to champion LGBT cinema on a daily basis in her role as director of e-commerce at WolfeVideo.com. She lives in San Francisco with her partner, Julie and their two daughters, Hazel and Sylvie.

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