Art & Photos

Tuesday, 26 February 2013 19:10

Naked Ladies

Written by

Naked Ladies Pink Floyd

 

Dear Sappho, 

An old friend from my youth recently started sending what she calls 'sex emails' which are like a newsletter of naked young women in all their glory. I have always respected this woman and these emails do not diminish my feelings for her but I am puzzled as how to respond and or what to do with the photos.

I do not want to insult or judge her harshly but I am a little embarrassed by the photos. I haven’t shown them to my lover nor do I intend to. Nor are they that enticing, personally I think an ordinary photo of the friend who sent them is more of a turn on than a dozen or two of the naked ones. I don’t want to distance my friend who shared them, but what am I going to do with them?
Friday, 19 October 2012 20:26

Sappho’s Charm School

Written by

lesbos

 

Dear Sappho,

I understand you operated a finishing school for women on Lesbos in the 5th century BCE. I am interested in what topics you covered and the finished product of your program. Many young women could use a mentor that could introduce them to achieving a charming life. What did you teach?

Ms Manners

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:11

Lez Sexy: Sarah Shahi Is The Hottest Girl On TV

Written by

 sarah shahi maxim oct 2012

 

 

 

Maxim magazine elected Sarah Shahi (Carmen on "The L Word") as the hottest girl on TV and here are some photos taken by the magazine which confirms what we already knew.

Thursday, 31 May 2012 18:10

Lez Sexy: Rihanna Bares For Esquire U.K.

Written by

 Rihanna Esquire UK Cover

 

 

 

How to be weary of watching Rihanna topless? Impossible! This time she is on the cover of the July edition of Esquire UK and here's a first look at the photos, enjoy!

Friday, 20 April 2012 20:30

Sappho on the Social Graces

Written by

art poetry music

 

Dear Sappho,

Would you go into detail regarding the arts and subjects taught in your school for women and girls on Lesbos? Were there structured classes and standard subjects? Were there personal lesson plans for each student at each level of comprehension? What were considered the most important courses?

Curious Teacher

 

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