Lesbians sue lesbians in battle over Lesbos

Hot Lesbian (legal) action!

ATHENS, Greece (AP) – A Greek court has been asked to draw the line between the natives of the Aegean Sea island of Lesbos and the world’s gay women.

Three islanders from Lesbos—home of the ancient poet Sappho, who
praised love between women—have taken a gay rights group to court for
using the word lesbian in its name.

One of the plaintiffs said Wednesday that the name of the association, Homosexual and Lesbian Community of Greece, "insults the identity" of the people of Lesbos, who are also known as Lesbians.

"My sister can’t say she is a Lesbian," said Dimitris Lambrou. "Our
geographical designation has been usurped by certain ladies who have no
connection whatsoever with Lesbos
," he said.

Tee hee. (Hat tip: Mark Steyn, who says "lawyers in Gay, Michigan will be watching the case with interest." Heh. Just wait until Dildo, Newfoundland and Intercourse, Pennsylvania get in on the action!)

P.S. Maybe Angela Keathley and Renee Thomas can file amicus briefs?

(Hat tip: A&A.)

7 Responses to “Lesbians sue lesbians in battle over Lesbos”

  1. Angrier and Angrier says:

    The only thing missing is the NFL cheerleaders in the bathroom stall.

  2. Brendan says:

    Not missing anymore. I just added a P.S.

    Good idea. :)

  3. Alasdair says:

    Hey – what do you expect from a country whose federal legislature is named for a sexual act ?

    (grin)

  4. Jay Johnson says:

    P.S. Maybe Angela Keathley and Renee Thomas can file amicus briefs?

    Or, perhaps, amicus thongs.

  5. Drive-By Media says:

    What about Virgin, Utah?

  6. Angrier and Angrier says:

    The hot lesbian cheerleaders are back! Rock on!!