Netlix’s First Kill: Lesbian Vampire Teen Dramatic Sex Scene Divides Viewers

The hit streaming series First Kill wasted no time in dividing public opinion, as its steamy sex scene between teenage lesbian vampires at the start of its first episode has always had people talking since its premiere on Netflix at the start. of the month.

The drama follows the stories of vampire Juliette Fairmont, played by Sarah Catherine Hook, and vampire hunter Calliope Burns, played by Imani Lewis.

Their stories literally intertwine, more or less from the start, as the two teenage girls almost immediately begin kissing and rubbing against a tree before the audience knows them, or before they even know each other. really. .

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Actresses Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis are 27 and 23 respectively

By throwing audiences into the depths of their virgin lesbian sex adventure headfirst, the show’s producers made viewers question the show’s actual premise.

A number of viewers have taken to social media to question whether teenagers are the show’s true target audience, with some criticizing the lack of romantic buildup between the two characters before they begin to let off steam.

“All these new teen shows with heavy sex themes. Who exactly is the audience? asked one angry viewer, to which another responded by admitting he had to stop watching First Kill because of the sex scenes.

She said: “At 28, I really can’t watch people pretending to be 15-17 being this sexual and not feeling icky.”



First murder.  Sarah Catherine Hook as Juliet in First Kill Episode 104
Sarah Catherine Hook sees herself in her first big lead role playing Juliette Fairmont in First Kill

Another commented, “The sex scenes in First Kill are actually so inappropriate.”

“I like First Kill so far, but did they have to do 16?” questioned one.

Several critics went online to voice their belief that the sex scene was a typical example of a show being written and produced with a “male gaze”, saying they thought the show had been “over-sexed”, but d Others weren’t so sure.

Urging people who criticize First Kill for its “sexual content” to “go watch Peppa Pig”, one person said: “Women have sex with women, and if you say a certain television is for the male gaze only because there are scenes with this type of content, it’s actually offensive.

Concordantly, another said: “Anyone saying the (First Kill) scenes are for the male gaze is just plain weird. Lesbians can and do have sex. There’s nothing wrong with that and there’s nothing wrong with lesbians enjoying seeing that.

Meanwhile, chastising critics who claimed the sex scene was “rushed” and unrealistic, one fan of the show tweeted, “Who ever wrote the make-up scenes in First Kill knows what it’s like to being gay at 15.”

Regardless of the position people took on the show, however, few seemed as excited as a viewer to watch the scene of women loving women.

They said, “A show whose main love story is WLW? And they never cut lesbian sex scenes short? And there’s no emphasis on straight sex scenes? Count on me!”