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To be fair, lesbians are also overly preoccupied with this scenario, using it as an excuse to espouse bi-phobic rhetoric and to assure each other that while they don’t necessarily have a problem with bisexuality Since some of my best friends (and ex-girlfriends) are bisexual women who are neither dishonest, easily seduced, nor just waiting around for Mr.
Right, I find these attitudes offensive, silly, and just plain ignorant.
The frothy if sometimes clichéd romance, a lesbian take on "Sex and the Single Girl," puts a new spin on the saga of the befuddled single woman (Annie Hall meets Bridget Jones' Diary).
Stein (Westfeldt) is a prudish Upper West Side Jewish copy editor with a mean ex-boyfriend and an overbearing mom (Tovah Feldshuh), who thinks she's too picky.
Same-sex romance, a controversial topic in movies millions now alive can still remember, is a lifestyle choice in "Kissing Jessica Stein." Yes, a "choice"--although that word is non-PC in gay circles--because one of the two women in the movie is nominally straight, and the other so bisexual, she pops into her art gallery office during an opening for a quickie with her boy toy.
Helen (Heather Juergensen), the gallery manager, is a lesbian in about the same way she would be a vegetarian who has steak once in a while.
and Helen is a bit more avid about her new romantic horizons than Jessica.The comedy veers into bedroom farce when Jessica's mom invites Helen to Shabbat dinner.Westfeldt dates her relationship woes to her childhood in a WASPY Connecticut town.Jessica (the straight one, played by Jennifer Westfeldt) answers a personals ad placed by Helen (Heather Juergensen) one day on a lark.The women meet and, to their surprise (and everyone around them), end up in a relationship.