Canadian Actress Sook-Yin Lee Explicit Sex In Shortbus
The movie “Shortbus” is the most accurate depiction of Western society ever put on the big screen.
As you can see in the video above, this film is refreshingly honest in its portrayal of life in the West as nothing but a series of depravities involving blasphemous interracial sex, flaming homoqueerism, and of course autofellatio.
“Shortbus” stars Chinese Canadian actress and radio personality Sook-Yin Lee, who engages in real on screen sex and masturbation throughout the film.
One must commend Sook-Yin Lee on actually having real sex in this film, and refusing to be a hypocrite like most of the other actresses in heathen Hollywood who only simulate sex on screen even though they have been pounded more times than the I in Pixar.
Sook-Yin Lee Sex Scenes From Shortbus Video
Sook-Yin Lee fully nude as she has unsimulated sex with a guy in all sorts of gymnastic positions in a variety of rooms at home, including giving and receiving oral sex, during this explicit sex scene.
Sook-Yin Lee wearing see-through red lingerie as she lies down on the floor of a bathroom and masturbates with a vibrator, giving us a look between her legs as she thrusts her hips up.
Sook-Yin Lee floating in some water alongside Lindsay Beamish, reaching down into her bathing suit bottoms to masturbate and showing a bit of bush in the process.
Sook-Yin Lee lying on a park bench near the beach as she raises her hips up with her pants pulled down, giving us an explicit view of her rubbing herself as she masturbates.
Sook-Yin Lee sitting between Shanti Carson and a guy on a couch, first kissing Shanti and then making out with both of them.
Canadian Actress Sook-Yin Lee Sex In Shortbus
Sook-Yin Lee is a Canadian broadcaster, musician, filmmaker, and actress. She is a former MuchMusic VJ, and, since 2002, has been the host of CBC Radio’s Definitely Not the Opera (DNTO).
Lee was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and the second oldest daughter of a Chinese father and a Hong Kong mother. She was raised as a devout Roman Catholic. Her father was a post-World War II orphan from Hong Kong, and her mother an escapee from Communist China who remained in and out of psychiatric institutions when Lee was young. She grew up within a strict, secretive and unstable family. When Lee was 15, her parents split up and Lee ran away from home, for a time living on the street before eventually living with a “community of lesbians and artists”.
In the late 1980s, she became the lead singer for Bob’s Your Uncle, a Vancouver alternative rock band. Lee often incorporated performance art techniques into the band’s melodic rock. When that band broke up, Lee pursued a solo music career, releasing several solo albums and performing as an actor in theatre, film and television projects. She was the lead singer for the band Slan. Neko Case covered Lee’s song “Knock Loud” on her 2001 EP Canadian Amp.
She has been in a relationship with writer and musician Adam Litovitz, who is also her frequent artistic collaborator, since 2007. They occasionally perform improvised musical sets under the name LLVK, short for Lee/Litovitz/Valdivia/Kamino, and have formed the band Jooj, which is slated to release its debut album in 2015.