Decadence just isn't what it used to be. Nowadays, if an onscreen lesbian is willing to be filmed while undergoing erotic humiliation training that includes peeing on demand and aiming the flow upon the hand that commands her, you can bet she's a real-life, manly, truck-driving dyke on some late-night-cable documentary show. In the 1970s, such scenarios were presented with dignity, grace, and a high degree of feminine beauty that included every external inch of milky, doe-eyed blonde Mary Mendum. The proof of better times behind us is amply found in The Image (1975). Mendum's bush, buns, boobs? All copiously displayed in ultra-explicit, jaw-dropping frailty. Plus, a stream of pee is shown arcing from atop her pussy.
The Switch or How to Alter Your Ego (1974) - as Dr. Shirley Jekyll / Sherry Hyde (as Veronica Parrish)