Views On Lesbian Porn

Views On Lesbian Porn

Depictions of lesbianism have been popular in the visual arts, and especially in erotic art, since at least the time of ancient Rome. For much of the history of cinema and television, lesbianism was considered taboo, though since the 1960s it has increasingly become a theme in its own right. First used in softcore movies and erotic thrillers, depictions of lesbianism entered the mainstream in the 1980s. In pornography, depictions of lesbian sex form a popular subgenre, geared toward a mostly male heterosexual audience who, some studies have suggested, are aroused more by lesbian scenes than by heterosexual images.

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