The term Sapphic typically refers to women who love women, regardless of how they fully identify with their sexuality (lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, etc)

Sappho was a female Greek poet and lyricist from the 6th century BCE that lived on the isle of Lesbos off the coast of Greece. Most of her musings were written about love and longing as one individual speaking to another individual, with many of her writings directed towards women. 

While the terms “Lesbian” and “Sapphic” can be attributed directly to her historical existence, it is suggested that Sappho (like most ancient greeks) did not view sexuality in terms of exclusive attraction. Our connection to the word Sapphic comes from our desire to create a space for ALL women to take control of their own understanding of self. No matter where you are in that journey, we are here to help you create adventures that will put you in control of your own identity and experience!