Soapie slick lesbians (pt 2)

April 1, 2009 at 3:07 pm 1 comment

When I wrote about the lesbian relationship developing on Home & Away (an Aussie soap) I didn’t know the sizzly bits would start so soon. Last night, Charlie and Joey had their first kiss – it was sweet. The eds cut out the follow-up lustier one, though. For artistic reasons.

Anyway, turns out it was pretty much a non-event. Ch7 was expecting busloads of fire and brimstone but less than 30 official complaints were logged. Public pashing protesters in Melbourne, in anticipation of the scene being censored, were disappointed but they went ahead with their PDAs anyway. Perhaps it was because earlier last month there was already a teasy lesbo kiss between two girls who could not look straighter.  I don’t know who’s who on the show so I can’t say why they were faux pashing but Charlie and Joey’s scene was sweet enough to make me squirm. And the violins, ooh!

Thanks to the magic of YouTube, here is Charlie and Joey’s first kiss:

Someone has kindly chaptered C&J’s scenes, starting from here:

and the other skanky kiss:

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