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Bi Rep & A Talking Penis Will Have You Cackling At New Netflix Comedy

Bi Rep & A Talking Penis Will Have You Cackling At New Netflix Comedy​

Charley in a scene from "Hard Feelings"
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Check out Netflix's new raunchy teen comedy Hard Feelings

Raunchy teen comedies like American Pie and Superbad are a thing of the past and have been replaced by films like Book Smart, Plan B — both of which feature lesbian main characters! — and now Netflix is releasing their own queer teen romp.

Hard Feelings is a new German teen comedy that just landed on the streaming giant and its premise alone will have you chuckling.

The film follows bisexual high schooler Charley as he deals with normal teen stuff like raging hormones, embarrassing situations, and wanting to lose his virginity. That is until he wakes up one day to find that his penis can talk!

This is especially troublesome because his hormones are running wild, causing him to get boners at the most inopportune times (like during a school performance). So now he not only has to cover the tent in his pants, but also keep people from finding out about his chatty friend.

Luckily Charley’s not alone because Paula, his childhood crush and best friend, is dealing with very vocal genitalia too.

When Charley’s dad walks in on him masterbating you will likely be reminded of the scene that gave American Pie its name, and while the film's gross-out humor may remind you of the raunchy comedies of the past, Hard Feelings is smarter and has queer characters.

In recent years we’ve gotten more queer representation in media, but movies and TV shows still often neglect the “B” in LGBTQ+ so it’s great to see a movie on a big streaming platform with a bisexual main character. The film also deals with other real issues like slut shaming, insecurities, and the pressure to have sex.

The raunchy comedy was directed by Granz Henman and stars Tobias Schafer, Cosima Henman, Maximilian Schneide, Tom Beck, Leander Lesotho, and Monika Oschek.

Hard Feelings is a German-language film, but don’t worry if you’re not into reading subtitles because Netflix dubbed it for you! Watch it here.

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Ariel Messman-Rucker

Ariel Messman-Rucker is an Oakland-born journalist who now calls the Pacific Northwest her home. When she’s not writing about politics and queer pop culture, she can be found reading, hiking, or talking about horror movies with the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network.

Ariel Messman-Rucker is an Oakland-born journalist who now calls the Pacific Northwest her home. When she’s not writing about politics and queer pop culture, she can be found reading, hiking, or talking about horror movies with the Zombie Grrlz Horror Podcast Network.