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Finding out how to make the first move is a common situation lesbians find themselves in, especially for those who are just coming out. Imagine that two women are hanging out and getting along great. Perhaps they even talk every day and text all the time.
Contrary to popular opinion, the lesbian kiss that took place in on long-running Channel 4 soap-opera Brookside was not the first lesbian kiss broadcast on British television. That accolade belongs to Girl. However, the kiss between Beth Jordache Anna Friel and Margaret Clemence Nicola Stephenson was the first lesbian kiss to be broadcast before the watershed 9pm.
Officially, it was a episode of 21 Jump Street which saw two women kiss, but the camera cut off their actual lips, thus not really showing the kiss at all. A Lawin which bisexual lawyer C. J briefly kisses her female colleague Abby Perkins on the lips.
The kiss between Anna Friel and Nicola Stephenson on that soap in was hailed as ground-breaking at the time. But that was because everybody forgot about Girl, a television play that Steadman made with Myra Francis inplaying two female soldiers who fell in love. It only came to light again last year when the British Film Institute held a season in her name.
No one ever forgets the thrilling, nerve-racking, butterfly-inducing feeling of a first kiss. Some were in the process of exploring their sexuality, some had already figured it out, and some were just goofing around — all scenarios that are totally normal. From playing house as kids to dance floor make-outs to spin-the-bottle dares, these stories are too cute. It was a day or two after our first date, and we had gone to hang out in her room.
ONE night last week a man came up to Anna Friel in a restaurant and gave her a rose which he said his friend wanted her to have. When she looked around, she saw that the friend was a woman. Female attention is something Anna Friel has got used to since she started playing the part of Beth Jordache in Brookside - a teenager who discovers she's a lesbian and has an affair with her best friend.