Anon's not the only one disappointed, assuming his setup descriptions are accurate, which they probably are.
I'm convinced this near-total failure of g/g studios to get these simple disparate-power relationship scenes right is a silly and shallow form of PC run amok. It's the PC of those who think that character and morality require nothing more than being a "nice person," and on that basis can't bring themselves to depict even a campy fantasy character who is not nice, and demonstrates it by being a predatory sexual exploiter.
Interestingly, erotic fiction writers at Literotica and elsewhere generally have much less problem with this, although they are not immune.
Hint to scene-writers: If the theme involves an aggressive, dominant Nazi bitch victimizing innocent young girls, don't make her all concerned and solicitous of their feelings and that they have a good time. She's not supposed to be a "nice person!"
Skyhook, if a studio wants to produce a video called "Friendly sex between nicey-nice girls with no disparate power dynamics implied," I'm sure they could make a very sweet one that you and your little friends would enjoy very much. <devil> But if they give that production a title like "Prison Dykes Relish Innocent New Meat" or "Boss-Bitch's Secretary Pool" or even "Lesbian Maids," they can and should expect pissed off and disappointed buyers.
What's wrong with "everday lezzie sex"?
Not a thing. It sounds like a great title for a series, in fact. Abby Winter built a brand around it* and they're great.
It's only a problem when everyday lezzie sex (ELS) is sold as something it's not, as with titles that imply an ELS scene is actually the kind of sexual exploitation fantasy implicitly suggested by disparate power relationship themes.
There is no point to having a disparate power relationship in a porn scene if you're not going to use it.
I'm reminded that that Abby Winter has made hundreds of very good ELS scenes with not even a passing thought of disparate power relationships.
* With a twist: Most scenes are two cute amateur (semi-pro?) girls who supposedly have never met.