Danni, with all due respect, in an inclusive society, reportage aught not be skewered as an 'attack'.
IMHO, as members of our society, a healthy expectation that we all will be represented in the amalgam of cultural and institutional reflections of life-in-art, and art-in-life is culturally healthy.
To be adverse to peeking in on closely guarded Societal historical curiosities in a nunnery, is akin to be adverse to peeking in on, say, a Union, a Political Party, the Boy Scouts, The Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, the AMA, and all the other organizations whose corruption is defended and protected by see-no-evil advocates for the given situation being explored.
Nuns are real people with real joy, real sorrow, real families, both in and outside of the Cloister. Nuns, experience real sexual needs, and despite their ridiculous vows, all have a need for love, sex, and real relationships, with real people, afore mentioned Vows, not withstanding.
'God' made us all with the 'naughty parts', and She hooked em up to pleasure sensors.
Humans particularly, folks puritanical Religious sects, decided to institutionally vilify 'sex-for-pleasure', and the ------. A Nun's physiology doesnt change under the Burka, any more than does the Priests' in the Collar.
Lesbian Nuns are not too pious, too pure, too Holy, for them to find themselves in the Cultural Spotlight.
"Let there be Light".
Thanks and respect, Danni, for sharing your insights with the Retorters for all these years.