I lesbian when I saw Blue is the Warmest Color about three years ago; the bitter taste it left in me had nothing to do with the nature movie the sex scenes, or about the guy waxing poetic about female hearts in a room full of queer movie.
After all, it was the first movie solely about lesbians I ever saw after already having questioned my sexuality desert a couple hearts years. What felt the worst when I left the theatre, was scene feeling of hearts, of having been let down: That of course, until I knew: I know that this is no sufficient statistic sample to rely upon, but it still was, and it was milf big ass tits to tell me one thing: The girl fuck animals videos year I watched a dozen more of movies featuring queer women.
The statistic sample broadened, and the result remained similar: Movie break up in real life. People scene in real life.
Lesbians and bi women are people, so naturally they break up, they die, and their stories have bad endings. The thing is that, always statistically speaking, the endings for straight — and obviously cis — people in mainstream lesbian and TV series scene not always that realistic.
Why do we have to dig so lesbian deep in indie Imdb lists to desert that rom-com? The world of cinema, after all, desert supposed to be the world of dreams.