In Netflix’s colourful spectrum of LGBTQ movies, you’ll come across a good set of steamy romances. Some dramas that are provocative and saucy romantic comedies.
For starters, we’ve got this award-winning movie – Blue Is the Warmest Color and then Carol. Next comes the critically-praised and acclaimed God’s Own Country. Of course, we also have the steamy and toe-curling as fuck Below Her Mouth and A Perfect Ending.
Either you want something to light the fire in your loins by a hot, sultry romance or just want to watch hot queer characters go to town on each other, it doesn’t matter. Netflix has got you fully covered. Read on to find out ten of the most steamiest queer flicks on Netflix right now. Have a hot and bothered weekend y’all!
Blue Is the Warmest Color
Lesbian lovemaking in cinema has a standard high bar to cross – this NC-17 erotica drama. Blue Is The Warmest Color managed to surprise the critics and audiences with the amount of it’s nudity and frankness. This movie has critically-acclaimed and Palme d’Or winner stars Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos. They play the star-crossed lovers, going through the course of their relationship; and all of the very intimate and very hot highs and lows.
God’s Own Country
This romantic drama is set in the farmland of Yorkshire. It introduces a young farmer (Josh O’Connor) to the most unexpected love of his life; a migrant worker named Gheroghe (Alec Secareanu). These two men involve in love scenes that’d make Brokeback Mountain blush. However, this movie is more than just a steamy sex-marathon. Also, God’s Own Country has earned crazy good reviews!
Below Her Mouth
These two women, stars Natalie Krill and Erika Lander, engage in throes of a passionate hot love affair. One so explicit and vivid that Slant magazine described it as an “unquestionably pornographic fantasy barely trying to pass as something other than masturbation material.”
Well, if this doesn’t say it all! Below Her Mouth has loads of ‘bobs’ , all kinds of full frontals and several affairs to keep a track of. This steamy hot flick has no problem is showing off anything and everything that is below anyone’s collar bone.
Holding the Man
This is another acclaimed and famous drama about a gay whirlwind romance. Holding the Man comes from Australia and is based on the Timothy Conigrave’s memoir. Conigrave, played by the star Ryan Corr, is a man who falls for his classmate John (Craig Stott). The story revolves around these two and travels across the decades. Starting back in 1976-and it involves just a brief stop at an orgy.
All Naima – played by Alia Shawkat – and Sergio – played by Laia Costa – truly need is to form a real and true sense of intimacy with another person. After meeting up at a club for the first time, these two strangers decide to spend the whole next day together. These two have sex like monkeys every hour; all in an attempt to blur the kind of bond the ladies have been craving. Not surprising or shocking, Naima and Sergio spend a lot of the next day together – naked in bed.
This is one of the most steamiest documentaries ever made, when it comes to LGBTQ documentaries. The movie is set on an all-gay cruise. Dream Boat revolves around the journeys of five men from different nations; as they strut their stuff in anything from bondage gear to speedos to and are on a quest for love on the high waters. Furthermore of all the movies mentioned in this article, this one involves the least number of pants and high number of IRL make outs and hook-ups.
Carol is the romantic drama that was nominated for six Academy awards It was also nominated for the Palme d/Or at Cannes. Set in the sexually regressive and repressive 1950s era, this one is a very striking period piece. Carol speaks of the sensual story of a woman (Cate Blanchett’s Carol) going through a divorce. However she happens to fall for a young photographer (Rooney Mara). Critically this film was an absolute darling. This also even ignited a huge cult following; and now you can see what’s all this fuss about. Thanks Netflix.