The Six Spiciest Cunnilingus Scenes in Film

Cunnilingus seems to be a forbidden topic in American media, however the Spicy Gear Blog was able to comb through and find six excellent depictions in films and television shows released over the last sixteen years.

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Black Swan (2010)

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If you ask anyone who saw Black Swan what the best part of the movie is, it isn’t when Natalie Portman begins to have a nervous breakdown and starts thinking that she is a bird. Oh no, the general consensus is that it’s seeing Mila Kunis go down on a clearly unsound Portman. Most people seem to find the scene incredibly sexy, but seeing as it’s hard to distinguish if what the ballerina is experiencing at the time is real or a part of her breakdown, it can also be very unnerving. At least it passes the Bechdel Test.

Six Feet Under (2001)

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The lone TV show on our list.  Nate (Peter Krause) goes down on Brenda (Rachael Griffiths) in the slumber room– which, if you aren’t familiar with the lingo, is the room where the deceased lie in state during the wake at a funeral home. Since Nate lives in said-funeral home, and there is no wake going on at the time, it’s fair to say this wouldn’t be so bad. Except the sex appeal is ruined when Nate’s mother walks in on them. This episode aired in the early ’00’s, and while it was on HBO, it was still considered fairly novel for its time.

Boys Don’t Cry (1999)

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Positive representations of transgender characters in American media are rare today, but it was even more rare in 1999, when Boys Don’t Cry was released. Hilary Swank’s Brandon is not only a positive and accurate representation, but he also has an oral sex scene wherein he goes down on his girlfriend, Lana, played by Chloe Sevigny passionately in a Nebraska field.

American Pie (1999)

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I saw American Pie fairly young, and the idea that a woman could receive oral sex seemed pretty profound at the time. Tara Reid’s Vicky is the lucky recipient of the tongue tornado from Kevin Meyers, played by Thomas Ian Nicholas, who discovers knowledge of how to blow his lady’s mind in a hidden tome in the high school library.

Blue Valentine (2010)

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Who can compete with the spiciness of hunky Ryan Gosling going down on gorgeous Michelle Williams? The above scene from Blue Valentine is the suspected reason for why the film was originally given an NC-17 rating by the MPAA. After a great deal of outrage, an appeal was granted and the movie was given an R rating instead.

Monster’s Ball (2001)

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Think you’re pretty good at getting head? Halle Berry received an Oscar for this film, where her character receives a good ol’ fashioned tongue lashing from Billy Bob Thornton.

Berry plays Leticia, who has an affair with a widower prisoner guard, Hank (Thorton) after her husband’s execution, unknowing that he is responsible for the death. Due to a series of tragedies which drive the two together, they wind up in bed together, with Leticia famously begging Hank to, “Make me feel good!” in this famous scene.

Gone Girl (2014)

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Gone Girl is very obviously about an incredibly toxic relationship between a woman and her husband. But in getting the back story of Nick (Ben Afflack) and Amy’s (Rosamund Pike) relationship, we discover the first time they had sexual contact involved a little brush from the womb broom.

I saw this movie in theaters when it first came out, and it was the first time I saw a man give a woman oral sex during a film and didn’t think that it was novel. Hopefully that means we’re moving in a positive direction with accepting female sexuality in our media!

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