Fragments: Lesbos Fact and Fantasy
Date: 7/29/2016, Categories: Group Sex, Lesbian Sex, Taboo, Author: dasx2, Source: xHamster
Fact Sappho was a poet born in Eresos on the Greek island of Lesbos in about 600 BC, She wrote many heterosexual love poems, but is most remembered for her graphic depictions of the physical love between women. She gave the world two present-day words: Sapphic from her name (meaning sexual relationships between women, who can be homosexual or bi-sexual) and of course the ‘lesbian’ (simply meaning a female homosexual). Unfortunately only fragments of her poetry remain; it is not even known whether all writings are meant to rhyme. This story is written as a series of fragments for a gorgeous lesbian named Jana. The recent widespread use of ‘lesbian’ gave the residents of Lesbos a problem as they like to call themselves ‘Lesbians’, especially the male residents. They even tried, unsuccessfully in 2008 to ban all non-native lesbians from calling themselves ‘lesbians’ to avoid confusion with ‘Lesbians’. An Athens court rejected an injunction application by Dimitris Lambrou, a magazine editor, to ban the Homosexual and Lesbian Community of Greece (OLKE), from using the word 'lesbian' in their title in a sexual context. "Today's decision is unacceptable and an insult to the people of Lesbos and their three thousand year long history", said Mr Lambrou, "The decision means that we will appeal instantly to a higher court and, at the appropriate time, to the European Court of Human Rights". The islanders said they did not mind if lesbians use the terms "female ...