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Netflix’s best and hottest queer sex scenes

Amy Ashenden May 4, 2018

(Netflix/Sense8)

These just may be the best queer sex moments on Netflix right now.

We’ve trawled through Netflix’s originals so you don’t have to – from Orange Is the New Black to Dear White People, these queer Netflix highlights have no chill.

First up, we have Sense8’s greatest couple of all time, Nomi and Amanita.

Nomi, a trans woman actually played by a trans actor, is in a relationship with book lover Amanita, an awesome queer Black woman who has Nomi’s back when she begins to sense her telepathic powers, connecting her to the seven other ‘sensates.

Their love for each other is truly visible in a flashback scene of their first Pride together.

Nomi is verbally attacked by a woman who labels her a “tranny who blogs about politics,” but Amanita is ready to step in and Nomi cries as it’s the first time anyone ever stood up for her.

The hottest, and perhaps most iconic, saucy moment between them has to be when they’re done getting down and dirty, then – wait for it – a rainbow-coloured strap-on is tossed to the floor.

Watch these iconic moments in the video below.

Amanita casually whips off the glorious Pride-coloured sex toy as Nomi says her headache has, in fact, evaporated.

In Dear White People, student journalist Lionel overhears Troy having sex with a woman next door.

He’s about to put on headphones to block out the sound when temptation gets the better of him and he masturbates fantasizing about his neighbour.

(Netflix/Dear White People)

Next we’ve chosen two of many awesome women in science fiction thriller Orphan Black.

Cosima, like all of the clones in Orphan Black, is played by Tatiana Maslany.

She falls for scientist Delphine’s sexy French accent – although Cosima famously says in the show: “My sexuality is not the most interesting thing about me.”

(Netflix/Orphan Black)

Tatiana Maslany has also spoken out about the queer sex scenes not being for the male gaze.

Netflix’s Narcos follows Pablo Escobar and rival drug cartels in Colombia during the height of America’s War on Drugs.

While the premise of the show has been called out by many as problematic and glamourising of the violence cartels inflicted upon Colombians, the queer narrative is one we can’t ignore – just look at that bisexual lighting.

 

(Netflix/Narcos)

Pablo Herrera is openly queer and no amount of eyebrow raises stop him from picking out a male dance partner to kiss passionately in front of a small crowd.

And finally, we have Nola and Opal in She’s Gotta Have It, Netlix’s TV series adaptation of the movie.

Brooklyn 20-something Nola Darling, played by DeWanda Wise, describes herself as “sex-positive, polyamorous pansexual” who doesn’t let gender get in her way.

(Netflix/She’s Gotta Have It)

All in the name of self-care, Nola decides there will be “no penis between us” and finds her way back to former lover Opal.

The pair have a steamy sex scene in the fourth episode of the series.

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