Digital Sin Debuts Lesbian Provocateur Girl/Girl Line

Joanne Cachapero
CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Adult production company Digital Sin will launch a new line of girl/girl content produced in Europe under the Lesbian Provocateur studio imprint.

There will be several series underneath the new label, and the debut video from the line is titled “Touch Me.”

“It’s a line from Europe that focuses more on real passion between girls,” New Sensations owner Scott Taylor told XBIZ, adding that while the line is not being directed by a lesbian, the content is produced for the male audience, with a high-fashion look featuring European performers.

Taylor said that while the interest in girl/girl content has remained consistent, there is a trend for consumers to respond to chemistry between the performers, especially two or more beautiful women.

“The market has shown a keen interest in girl/girl for a while,” he said. “However there is a real trend towards real passionate sex between women. Some products in the past come across more as ‘gay for pay.’ I see this series being more real and future volumes being even more so.”

The debut title, “Touch Me,” will be released at the end of January and Taylor already is considering an American girl/girl series that would start production later in the year.

“I believe that we will start a line in the U.S. that captures the real lesbian passion,” he said, “and take what we learn from the success of this line to make even better products for the market.”

Reiterating that chemistry and real attraction are what dictate the best erotic performances, Taylor said, “I stopped filming girl/girl scenes some time ago because it was just too fake. Girls often say they love girls but then it is immediately obvious when you pair them, that they don’t. These women seem really into each other. That’s what makes it sexy.”

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