The evidence about female homosexuality in the ancient Greek world is limited, with it being hardly mentioned in extant Greek.
In classical antiquity, writers such as Herodotus, Plato, Xenophon, Athenaeus and many others explored aspects of homosexuality in Greece. The most.
It is known lesbianism and queer relations happened during ancient Greece, yet their documentation or their acknowledgment during this time.
While male homosexual relations were accepted, female homosexual relations seem to be quite a taboo, at least in Athens. They are rarely.