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  • Lesbian erotica deals with depictions in the visual arts of lesbianism, which is the expression of female-on-female sexuality. Lesbianism has been a theme
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  • the word lesbian referred to any derivative or aspect of Lesbos, including a type of wine. In Algernon Charles Swinburne's 1866 poem Sapphics, the term
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  • l’Aretin (1904). Avril might be best known for his sapphic, or lesbian, illustrations. Prolific erotica collector Henry Spencer Ashbee commissioned Avril
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  • sexuality, including the role of trans women in the lesbian community, lesbian sexual practices, erotica, prostitution, sadomasochism and other sexual issues
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  • contained the poems “Anactoria” and “Sapphics” concerning Sappho of Lesbos and dealing explicitly with lesbian content. Finally, Henry James portrayed
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  • Algernon Charles Swinburne (category British erotica writers)
    Several historical people are featured in his poems, such as Sappho ("Sapphics"), Anactoria ("Anactoria"), Jesus ("Hymn to Proserpine": Galilaee, La.
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  • Bonnie (2000). Lesbian Histories and Cultures: An Encyclopedia – Google Books. ISBN 9780815319207. Retrieved 2013-09-09. Fox Plans Sapphic Smooch for Party
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  • Femslash (category Lesbian fiction)
    in online forums. LGBT portal Fan fiction Lesbian literature Lesbian science fiction Lesbianism in erotica Slash fiction Xena: Warrior Princess in popular
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  • A timeline of notable lesbian magazines, periodicals, newsletters, and journals in the United States organized by the initial publication date and then
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  • Ann Bannon (category American erotica writers)
    1962, wrote six lesbian pulp fiction novels known as The Beebo Brinker Chronicles. The books' enduring popularity and impact on lesbian identity has earned
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  • many as a likely titillated lesbian act. Meanwhile, some tabloids instated Tuna as "protégée in Jonida's same-sex erotica and polymorphous sexuality"
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  • awards; HER app". Windy City Times, May 12, 2015. "Lambda Literary Awards laud best gay, lesbian and transgender books". Los Angeles Times, June 2, 2015.
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  • Retrieved 3 June 2019. Bonnie Zimmerman. Lesbian Histories and Cultures: An Encyclopedia, Volume 1. Fox Plans Sapphic Smooch for Party of Five ... Steve O'Donnell
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  • of Bilitis address themselves to Sapphic love. The book became a sought-after cult item among the 20th-century lesbian underground and was only reprinted
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  • of lesbianism within the novel would have been overlooked at the time it was written; today one would consider the novel a work of lesbian erotica. However
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  • Aubrey Beardsley's illustrations. A popular and prominent figure in the sapphic "sewing circles" of Paris. Partner of the infamous salon hostess Natalie
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