Pussies are sucked, asses are smacked, and Alexis squirts a shot through the air out of her pussy on to Quinn? Finally, the man blows a shared load on both student and teacher in an epic 3 way.Quinn Wilde needs a better grade in her class so she heads to her professors house in hopes that she can speak with her about improving her grade.As Emma tells her sister, she doesn’t define herself any particular way.“I’m just me.” It’s a very necessary take, though it’s just one of many leads the show is following, including investigations of sex and gender politics, threads of gentrification, and solid family drama.It’s a little reminiscent of HBO’s Looking, which Saracho wrote for, as well as seminal Showtime series The L Word.However, it’s also a rare story from a Latina (or “Latinx”) point of view, one that is also heavily interested in telling the story of women who are gay or who are exploring.
One thing Starz’s new series Vida knows well is that going home is never easy.
Quinn is happy to comply and soon she is bent over and getting fucked.
Alexis joins in and both them are getting tossed around by this beefcake.
In many ways this first season feels like one long first act in a much bigger story about learning to define and embrace your identity.
In that way, Vida is similar to Starz’s other new half-hour series about a young woman finding herself (in New York, a decade earlier), Sweetbitter.