Yes indeed Anon. Vivian does not sound like she is into lesbian content at all. Lol.Season one of 'The Girlfriend Experience', which was comprised of an entirely different set of characters than season 2 had only a brief lesbian encounter in episode 2 between two escorts who were friends that unfortunately did not escalate into any kind of consistent, developed storyline.But season 2 has been a different story to this point. Insofar as Erica and Anna's saga, it is unfortunately every other episode and like every GFE episode, it is only about 30 minutes long. However, that is a trade I am willing to make if overall time is sacrificed in exchange for eroticism. Sometimes as the saying goes 'less is more.'We will see what direction(s) GFE goes from here, as there definitely looks to be additional sparks flying with the arrival of Erica's ex.But regardless I do agree that there is potential here for one of the g/g companies to do an erotic feature using this storyline of a blossoming romance between an escort and a powerful female CEO.
I agree with you about Riley Keough (who BTW is Elvis Presley's granddaughter in an interesting note of trivia) in Season 1 of 'The Girlfriend Experience.' But a glaring difference to me between Keough's Christine storyline in season 1, as opposed to Erica and Anna's in season 2 is that in season 1 outside of the first 2-3 episodes, there were not any developed, lasting female relationships (g/g sex scenes or meaningful interactions) between the women, which carried through the season. The fact that Erica and Anna's relationship has expanded into the personal sphere with the added bonus of the arrival of Anna's ex sweetening the pot rather than just making everything solely revolve around Anna's profession as an escort as its centerpiece makes it more interesting to me than Christine's story in season 1 or Bria's in season two. But that assessment is probably more of a reflection of my affinity (bias) for g/g relationships rather than any direct, objective plot analysis or comparison.