Leave it to the New York Times to dissect Lars Von Trier's highly ironic exploration of psychosexual trauma.

With consecutive weeks of movie releases featuring girl-on-girl lip-smacking ('Sorority Row' and 'Jennifer's Body'), we think it our duty to bring you a retrospective of the finest moments of lesbian and/or bi-curious lust in cinematic history (see, you can make anything sound academic).

To those who find our blatant objectification of women offensive, let the record stand that we are equal opportunity objectifiers: see our unofficial companion piece, "Shirtless Hunks in Movies." And to those who find both of these features utterly distasteful, please accept this photo of kittens in coffee mugs as a peace offering. Leave it to the New York Times to dissect Lars Von Trier's highly ironic exploration of psychosexual trauma.

With consecutive weeks of movie releases featuring girl-on-girl lip-smacking ('Sorority Row' and 'Jennifer's Body'), we think it our duty to bring you a retrospective of the finest moments of lesbian and/or bi-curious lust in cinematic history (see, you can make anything sound academic).

To those who find our blatant objectification of women offensive, let the record show that we are equal opportunity objectifiers: See our unofficial companion piece, "Shirtless Hunks in Movies." And to those who find both of these features utterly distasteful, please accept this photo of kittens in coffee mugs as a peace offering.

HOLLYWIRE PICKS THEIR TOP 10 GIRLS KISSING SCENES


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All maneater Megan Fox wants to do is "play boyfriend-girlfriend" with her bookish BFF Amanda Seyfried in the latest from 'Juno' scribe Diablo Cody. Minus the boyfriend, of course.

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There are really only two reasons this movie exists: a) the ménage à trois with Kevin Bacon Matt Dillon, Denise Richards and Neve Campbell, and b) this pool makeout session between Richards and Campbell. We hadn't seen Kevin Bacon this excited since he found that empty warehouse begging to be danced about.

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'Bound' (1996)

The femme fatale has always been the best element of the film noir genre. So thank you Wachowski brothers, in our all your genius, for doubling our pleasure in this slice of neo-noir, then multiplying it by a thousand by making them lovers. Unsurprisingly, the scene is even sexier when dubbed in Italian.

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Look everyone, you finally have a reason to watch 'John Tucker Must Die'!

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Sarah Michelle Gellar's explanation (and subsequent instruction) of what "first base" is to her inexperienced pawn (Selma Blair) in this fan favorite is so well articulated, they should implement it in Sex Ed classes. (Yeah, maybe if we lived on Planet Awesome ...)

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'Frida' (2002)

It's like your mama always warned ... dancing the sexy tango will almost always bring out the bisexual in you. Salma Hayek and Ashley Judd show us how it's done this lovely clip from the artist biopic.

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'Showgirls' (1995)

As if we needed another reason to love the so-bad-it's-absolutely-awesome classic, there's this climactic smooch between Elizabeth Berkeley and repeat hero Gina Gershon, whose acting make your average soap opera stars look like Meryl Streep. Best/worst part: You can actually hear the fluid exchange.

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Joey Lauren Adams proved a triple threat in Kevin Smith's boy-meets-lesbian rom-com: She performed a stirring rendition of her original song 'Alive,' made Ben Affleck the fool and partook in some intense snogging with her female companion. Well played.

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Nice try, Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson. But the old "It was so dark in that dark room, I didn't know it was you!" excuse won't work here.

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Sharon Stone set the tone for all contemporary girl-on-girl scenes to come in this controversial thriller.

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In David Lynch's excellent noirish and perplexing mind-bender, the super-steamy bedroom scene between Naomi Watts and Laura Elena Harring is just about the only thing that makes sense.

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