What movie awoke your sexuality?

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  1. DirectEyes

    DirectEyes New Member

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    I recently saw a youtube video with this title. It was pretty... interesting I guess. Kids' movies and cartoons cropped up quite a lot. I wondered if the answer would be different for queer ladies?

    So: Which movie awoke your sexuality - or even further - made you question your sexuality?


    I'll start... probably Liesl in 'The Sound of Music'. Katy Perry's 'I Kissed A Girl' - though not a movie - made me realise my mega gayness :')
     
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  2. Thieves Like Us

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    I like this thread because I was actually thinking about this.
    Marla Singer made me question,, no made me accept my sexuality. And I was really young at that time.
     
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  3. DirectEyes

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    Wow that's uncanny. I've recently really gotten into the song, 'Where Is My Mind' by the Pixies because I saw that Helena Bonham Carter (playing Marla Singer) was in the videos thumbnail. Also, of course, it's a spectaculat song.
     
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    If these walls could talk 2 and GIA
     
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    The blue lagoon - Brooke Sheilds. I was maybe 9-10 years old lol
     
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    This is weird...but All That Jazz is what did it for me. In the scene where the woman gets naked and dances...
     
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  7. Wild Orchid

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    It's hard to exactly pin point the exact moment, but I was undeniably attracted to Ornella Muti's Princess Aura in Flash Gordon when I saw it for the first time in 1994.
     
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    It's gotta be Drew Barrymore in Bad Girls....the vest and the sass and the guns....
     
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    The Baby Sitters Club. (No I'm not perverted, I was like 8 or 10 I think) What can I say, I knew early on I had the hots for Mary Anne.
     
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    Basic Instinct. Yup. Blame my father.
     
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  11. LionsChance

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    I'd have to say Cruel IntentionS (shocker). I was young and didn't really see any girl on girl before that lovely kissing seen. And yeah... It made an impact. Also... Simply SMG, she is just walking sex appeal in this movie.

    I also loved the craft when I was younger and had a love for the Nancy character.
     
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    For me, it was Bound.

    I was young, I can't quite remember what age, and the scene in particular was when they first had sex.

    I remember putting the TV on when they were seducing each other (I haven't watched the film since, which is odd) and it made me feel really weird and it scared me.
    I turned the TV off straight away and ran downstairs.

    Turns out the 'weird feeling' was it basically turned me on, but I had no idea at that age!
     
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  13. Wild Orchid

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    Hahaha, um, yep, same. That kiss is pretty awesome.
     
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    For me it was Grey's anatomy - the elevator kiss between Callie and Arizona after a break up was the greatest :)
     
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    I was 12 and watched the Onedin Line.. at one point the sister of James Onedin has an affair and at one point her lover ( a man) tears open the front of her dress and she sure likes this move.. by the sound of it. For almost a year it played again and again in my mind... but I switched between being her and being him.. I liked it from both points of view!
    I remember the scene still vividly,,, although I saw it only once!
     
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    Michelle Pfeiffer playing Catwoman in Batman Returns.[​IMG]
     
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    Same haha
     
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    For me it wasn't a movie, but a TV show: South of Nowhere. I was 16, almost 17 and it was just such a discovery! Before watching it, it hadn't really occurred to me I might be gay, even though the signals were there, haha.

    Before that, I had a very different view on homosexuality (without ever being homophobic) and it wouldn't have occurred to me that I could fit in, thanks to my environment. But seeing the love between Ashley and Spencer and how *normal* they seemed had me reevaluate everything I believed. It took time to consider the possibility, of course. But it opened up a new world to me and ultimately helped me realize. I think it really helps when a same-sex relationship is positively portrayed on screen!
     
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