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True story: it’s taken us over a year to put this post together.
We watched hundreds of LGBT films for women, literally HUNDREDS, to come up with these final rankings.
Hollywood is a notoriously sexist machine and it’s hard enough to get a solid film about women made, let alone a solid film about women who prefer the company of other women.
While unprecedented progress is being made on television, film lags sadly behind, offering few, if any, portrayals of LGBTQ women.
But Rory Gilmore plays a lesbian and if you watch it while making sarcastic commentary about it with your gal pals, you might really enjoy it!
Plus, it’s the kind of movie that gives hope to proverbial lonely lesbians in the middle of nowhere.
It involved some rounds of nominations and voting from our own team members, Riese watching so many lesbian movies in such a short period of time that she lost her overall ability to determine “good” from “bad,” a surveyance of other lists and reading a ton of movie reviews to come up with the most objective list possible.There are some movies often lumped in with the “lesbian” category that are actually films about trans boys or men that you won’t see here, such as the excellent — an objectively decent movie containing many laughs and a nice fisting demonstration — didn’t make the list, as it promotes the dangerous idea that a lesbian is just a woman who hasn’t met the right man yet.We also left out films that relied solely on lesbian subtext or eliminated or sidenlined a lesbian storyline that was present in the book it was based on (or where the lesbian character was so small or her sexuality was so subtle that you could watch the film and not even remember that there was a queer involved (e.g., Sunshine Cleaning, Boys on The Side).Queer best friends Jamie and Jessie live together, spend all their time together, love each other deeply — but aren’t Rotten Tomatoes score: N/A Directed by: Nicole Conn Written by: Nicole Conn Starring: Barbara Niven, Jessica Clark Nicole Conn is a prolific lesbian filmmaker and, to be honest, usually her name on a title is a pretty good indication that we’re not watching an objectively good movie.But a lot of queer women swear by her movies and love the heck out of ’em so we felt obligated to include at least one!There is an inversion of this trope, Word of Straight, mainly associated with Queer Media works.