We already told you Netflix streaming movies to avoid when trying to have sex, but the following seven films are just the opposite. They’re stuffed with gratuitous nudity and sex scenes—heck, they might as well be porn. Except they’re not, which means you can enjoy with a clear conscious and a comfort you’re watching ~*ArT. Graze these flicks at your own X-rated risk. If you’ve seen them, give us your thoughts in the comments below.
Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013)
A boy-obsessed 15-year-old girl’s world turns upside down when she meets blue-haired Emma (Léa Seydoux)—and by this, we means lots of lesbian sex. The film’s explicit content is notorious, but luckily now you can enjoy it behind closed doors.
I Am Love (2009)
Tilda Swinton and Gabriele Ferzetti star in this drama about a rich family who travels to their Italian villa for the patriarch’s birthday. There is copious full-frontal nudity, but don’t worry. It’s #art.
Room in Rome (2010)
It’s a simple tale: Girl meets girl at a nightclub. Girl takes girl back to a hotel room. Girl and girl have endless sex while spilling verbal tea. Be prepared for some bathtub action.
A grocery store clerk (Sean Biggerstaff, A.K.A. Oliver Wood of Harry Poter fame) has the ability to freeze time. And what does he do with that power? Undress the store’s female customers and sketch them in the buff. So many boobs—albeit avant garde, but still.
Velvet Goldmine (1998)
A tabloid journalist investigates a glam rocker’s fake assassination, and abundant sexiness happens along the way. If you get hot for boys in bands, this is the NSFW treat for you.
A girl masturbates with vegetables. That’s just a preview of this very NSFW romp. Need we say more? (We honestly can’t believe this one is streaming on Netflix.)
A medical school graduate starts her residency but falls into a crisis of sorts. The solution? Have sex. Tons of sex. Don’t tell your mother you watched this bad boy.