This movie touches upon the stereotypes of butch and femme.
Review by Heather Bennett
Posted Sunday, January 26, 2014, 07:51PM
Starring: T’Nia Miller, Kyle Treslove , Robyn Kerr
JJ, a wedding photographer, hails from London, England, and identifies as a butch (stud) lesbian. JJ's best gay friend is Seb, who regularly helps her take photos. One night JJ is out nightclubbing and meets the soon to be love of her life, Elle. Sex becomes a challenging point as JJ likes to 'make love' to a woman, whereas Elle enjoys rough sex. Jealousy rivals between Seb and Elle and this poses some issues of it's own. There is also a dark secret looming that Elle holds close to her - this is what will test the true love that has engulfed JJ and Elle.
This movie touches upon the stereotypes of butch and femme. The film discusses sex toys, shows discrimination of butches in women’s bathrooms, rough sex, and gay bashing.
Stud life is a good movie. My personal preference is the movie could have done the face smacking scene different. There are different fetishes and different tastes out there for everyone.
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