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The Stars of the cult hit reflect on their characters' lesbian appeal and answer the question: could the Warrior Princess kick Buffy the Vampire Slayer's ass? Even today, the fan base for the show remains energetic, and devotee fuel a booming merchandise business on the show's official Web site, www. Along the way, Lucy Lawless as the fierce warrior Xena and Renee O'Connor as her loyal companion Gabrielle found themselves lesbian cult figures. Xena became a showcase for action packed fight scenes and, at its heart, a paean to the enduring love between two women. Since we last saw our heroines, Lawless has appeared in plays in her native New Zealand, hosted a series on ancient warrior women for The Discovery Channel, and recently finished two as-yet-unreleased films, Eurotrip and Boogeyman. O'Connor tells me she has moved back to Los Angeles where she became the mother of a little boy and is now preparing to star in a film for the SciFi Network, Alien Apocalypse.

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She started her career with commercials. She made her debut on television with the series Teen Angel in Afterward, she appeared in several TV series although she has not got any major roles. But she became famous for portraying the role of Gabrielle in the series Xena: Warrior Princess.

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My first anal was on camera for Anal Sweetness with Mike Adriano. I was terrified but it was really, really good. Mike is really good at it though. He knows how to make it feel good. CJ: I might have to watch that movie again.
She meets Clea Duvall, sparks fly, and touching teen romance follows in situations hilariously parodying the entire concept of "gay therapy". Pariah (2011) Warning: if you or anybody you know had their sexuality rejected, violently, by their parents, or has had their heart broken by a straight person, this is going to be an uncomfortable watch. The first feature from director Des Rees, who originally made it as a short, the story of a 17-year-old black teen grappling with her sexuality and choices in modern America garnered a host of awards, and the lead, Adepero Oduye, is amazing. It looks like a future classic, so you should probably catch it now.