From Billie Eilish to Ice Spice: 7 songs about eating out

“I feel like as a society we have entered the lesbianest timeline,” writes one user on X. With Love Lies Bleeding hitting cinemas, La Camionera opening, and JoJo Siwa’s unavoidable presence on the feed, it’s hard to deny the rising wave of lesbian visibility across pop culture. The same goes for pop music, with some of the biggest female stars embracing the sapphic wave – from Charli XCX to Lana Del Rey and beyond.

The latest addition to the movement – yes, we’re calling it that – is Billie Eilish’s latest track “Lunch” off her third studio album, Hit Me Hard and Soft, which dropped last Friday, with lyrics like – I could eat that girl for lunch / Yeah, she dances on my tongue / Tastes like she might be the one”.


Charli XCX’s 2017 release “Lipgloss”, featuring CupcakKe, is a track loaded with double entendres and metaphors. CupcakKe’s verse, where she equates her pussy to the slimy texture of an egg, is a particular standout – “A pussy gooey like yolk before the egg scrambled”. Big on female pleasure, small on subtlety. Featuring stellar production from SOPHIE and A.G. Cook, it’s one to get stuck into.


Making the cut due to arguably the best opening lyric of all time – “My pussy tastes like Pepsi Cola”. And whether you like it or not, Lana is a queer icon. A snippet of a demo version of the 2012 track titled “Pussy” leaked prior to the release of her third album Paradise, but Lana added some nuance to the track title before release, going on to explain that the line came from something one of her ex-boyfriends had once said.


Recorded in her bedroom in just an hour, this is the track that catapalted Ice Spice to stardom in 2023, going viral on TikTok, and earning her the title of the people’s princess. In her own words, “munches are eaters”. The song sparked a trend of girl’s on TikTok showing off their munch-identifying significant others, which is a definite plus for representation. Certified munchers, rise up.


Head from a girl who hates you. Dismantling the frustrating logic of a partner who insists on no commitment, this 2023 track catalysed the Missouri-born cowgirl pop star into success, with lyrics such as, “Knee deep in the passenger seat and you’re eating me out/Is it casual now?” racy enough to get lesbians on TikTok running to their Subarus to work out the logistics of it all.


Getting older is realising this track is not about watermelon. Heavy on the summer fruits metaphors, yes, but the music video alone earns the track its place in the rankings, with Styles playing erotically with a watermelon slice. Dare we say it’s the Call Me By Your Name peach scene but the bisexual edition?


The track from her third studio album, Dirty Computer (2018), is a sapphic classic in collaboration with Grimes. Rife with innuendos, the pair roll out a list of instances that relate to the colour pink – and if the single cover art is any, erm, indication, you can see where this is going. Filmed in a desert, Monáe sports what became known as “vagina pants”, designed by Duran Lantink. She describes the video as a “brash celebration of creation, self-love, sexuality, and pussy power”. The holy trinity.


Hot yet scientifically accurate. The collaboration from Ashnikko and New York rapper, Princess Nokia, is a fantasy track that puts cunnilingus on the map. Playing with the stereotype of a sapphic sleepover, the track earned praise for its proudly queer exploration of oral sex. An instant classic.

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