Alison Brie And Gillian Jacobs Pretend To Be Lesbians Because GQ Asked Them To

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We have some conflicting feelings about the Community stars Gillian Jacobs and Alison Brie's sexy spread above. Our first reaction upon seeing it was "Hot!" But after visiting GQ's website, we felt kind of disgusted at the magazine's description of what went down. The headline reads, "Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs Did This Lesbian Scene for Us" — followed up by "And all we had to do was ask nicely." Blergh.

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Later on in the GQ piece, Jacobs reveals that her first kiss with another woman was on the set of Community, in an episode where Britta tries to prove her "alternative" lifestyle by leading on (and eventually making out with) a straight friend who she mistakenly thought was gay. Brie, however, may have more of a desire to break from her character's mold, as Annie is quite the goodie-two-shoes. It's cool to do a sexy photoshoot — like we said, the ladies look hot — but why did GQ have to present the image like a teenager bragging about their latest sexual conquest?

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Alison Brie and Gillian Jacobs Did This Lesbian Scene for Us [GQ]

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ManonLescaut
ManonLescaut

Ugh. These ladies look sexy and I enjoy seeing sexy ladies... but I'm so sick of this. Besides the tacky/insulting faux-lesbian bit, I hate that it just seems like a matter of time before any promising young actress does a sexy-naughty photo shoot. It feels like it's really expected now, rather than something a woman might choose to do because it happens to interest her, and that grosses me out. I hate the fact that a whole bunch of men are going to associate these actresses' names with a couple of pairs of tits instead of the work that they do. It just makes me sad. I don't want to be judgmental towards them for doing this shoot, (after all, maybe they really wanted to do it and had a great time), but I can't help but feel disappointed.