Sappho and bisexual
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24 Sep If you are a lit lover, you may have heard of the poet Sappho. But did you know she's believed to be one of history's earliest known bisexuals?.
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The war on Sappho
17 May As a Lesbian woman (woman from the Isle of Lesbos), Sappho would always have a target on her back.
Though Plato called her “the tenth Muse”, women from Lesbos were already known for their beauty and unquenchable heterosexual lust. Sappho wrote poems for her female lovers, her.
Description:The chapter is flawed only by the suggestion that Tennyson's response to the "body" of Sappho's text must be seen as murder or rape, although any successful poetic adaptation involves an alteration of the original. Yet before the 19th century, Sappho's sexuality was far from clearly defined. Sappho's speaker can no longer recognise her tongue as "my" tongue; her eyes and ears and skin are no longer her own. Everyone experiences bisexuality differently and that does not make them any less bisexual. The male poets of Lesbos who she is often attached to were either too old or too young to have had relations with her during life.