Whether you’re sapphic, or just sapphic curious, there’s so much romance and erotica for you to explore. Start a free trial to check out sapphic stories on Dipsea.
According to the dictionary, the word “Sapphic” originates from the Greek goddess Sappho, who lived on The Isle of Lesbos. In the nineteen fifties, “sapphic” began being used to describe women who were into women. And today it’s taken on a more expansive meaning, referring to attraction between women, whether they identify as lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, non-binary or queer. Although the mythological Sappho lived long ago, some of her tradition still lives on through erotica written about women who love women.
You might not be able to visit an island full of sensual sapphics, but you can certainly read stories that transport you to worlds full of queer fantasy.
At Dipsea, we make all kinds of queer erotica, here’s a few of our favorite Sapphic Stories:
Goddess of the Hunt:This series reimagines the Greek myth of Artemis and Callisto, but instead of having their love be cursed, it gets to bloom in full. There’s woman warriors, mortal peril, and some very very spicy sapphic scenes.
The Ticket:Looking for an escape, but not into fantasy? The Ticket is like taking a very sexy vacation without ever leaving home. In this series, Juliette, a wealthy and mysterious woman, whisks the protagonist away on adventures where they have high stakes sex, often in public.
Office Hours:This series is all about an off limits relationship between a professor and and her former student. It’s an intense and romantic, and so erotically charged
Moonshadowe Chronicles:This series was made for the romantasy booktok girls, for the fans of ACOTAR, and Fourth Wing…it’s got fae, magic, and so much enemies to lovers action. It’s the story of a woman warrior and princess traveling through a dangerous realm together, who over the course of their journey, fall in love.
Whether you’re sapphic, or just sapphic curious, there’s so much romance and erotica for you to explore.