“ Since the demise of the much-loved Sappho, there has been no single central lesbian magazine in Britain. ”  
Artemis: For Women Who Love Women
Published by: Perfect Publications
BM Perfect, London, WC1N 3XX
1983 – (after October 1st) 1986 or 1987
The following articles provide the documentation for the women only Madrian community, called the Silver Sisters / Silver Sisterhood which transitioned into St. Bride’s School for adult schoolgirl roleplay and the seeds for the Romantia / Olympian / Aristasian philosophies/language/manner of living.
Artemis: For Women Who Love Women, issue 1, 1983
This article mentions a woman named Rhennie.
“ Our front cover logo incorporates a new typeface specifically designed by Priscilla Langridge… ” 
“ We are publishing the first part of Laeretta Krenne-Genovene’s Silverwolf … accompanied by some exciting illustrations from Michele Dennis. ” 
“ And Now … Silverwolf
Section 1: Old Acquaintance
Chapter 1: Daydream and Nightmare
Scene: Industrial Street. One of the grimier areas of a large English city. Nighttime. ” 
Comment: A mostly female matriarchal tale of time travel. See Breaking The Time Barrier (The Moira Handbook).  Ordo Lux Madriana published The Coming Age magazines, which ceased publication in the Autumn of year 5083 Iron Age so this would have been in 1981.  When the publishing household was residing in 49 Industrial Street, Todmorden, Lancashire / Yorkshire (it is a county/aka shire border town which has suffered from an identity crisis due to constantly changed borders – think back to the War of the Roses).  Used then current Rhennish terminology: Rhiannë , later Aristasian terminology: Rayapurh (Sun City), Abolan.
Comment: A part of the fictional stories about Amazons from Ordo Lux Madriana published in The Coming Age magazines.  Sister Angelina / Alethea was known as Amazon Jane of Oxford for her fictional stories about Amazons.
Artemis: For Women Who Love Women, issue 2, 1983
See the 1982 household of Madrians / Rhennes / the Silver Sisterhood at the house ‘An Droichead Beo’ (The Bridge of Life).
In this article: Schism of Ordo Lux Madriana 1983
Issue 2 also includes the first publicised story Enter Amelia Bingham by Jenny Falconer.
(A collection of Amelia Bingham stories were available to purchase alongside GAY GIRL and Artemis, issue 7, Christmas 1984. Later published in a book by Miss Artemis Oakgrove who owns Lace Publications, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. I drew the pen Art Deco styled front cover, the printed books arrived to much excitement in the Burtonport household. My illustration was published in The Spectator on 24th December 1988 for an article A Romantic Manifesto by Miss Lucinda Tyrrell ( a pseudonym / pen name / nom de plume of Sister Angelina).  Enter Amelia Bingham by Geneviève Falconer and the Silver Vixen published by Blonde Bombshell Books http://sundaughterpress.com/enter-amelia-bingham/ and Enter Amelia Bingham: The First Lady Of British Crime (6th March 2009) on Amazon).
This is a foreshadowing of the formation of St. Bride’s School for adult schoolgirl roleplay. It was Mary Scarlett / Guillermin (legal names) and the person known as Jennifer / Sister Angelina / Miss Priscilla Langridge who discovered a Mommy & daughter relationship (folie à deux), enjoyed school teacher & school girl role play with corporal discipline.
Christmas 1983 Artemis: For Women Who Love Women, issue 3 looked like the Madrian Ordo Lux Madriana had launched a new publication. They previously wrote and published The Coming Age magazine.
Christmas 1983 Artemis: For Women Who Love Women, issue 3 had the first advert for St. Bride’s School for adult schoolgirl roleplay.
 1st issue of the magazine Artemis: For Women Who Love Women
 List of lesbian periodicals, United Kingdom, 1970 to 1980
Sappho – London, newsletter of the Southwark Lesbian Network; for lesbians only, 1971–?
 The Moira Handbook Review
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and Breaking The Time Barrier (The Moira Handbook)
Publisher: Silver Chalice, 40, St John Street, Jerico, Oxford OX1 2LH
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 The Coming Age Issues 19 & 20 from 8th August 1981 – 27th November 1981 at 49, Industrial Street, Todmorden OL14 5BT Lancashire / Yorkshire.
Free PDF collection of The Coming Age Archive.zip (171M)
and The Coming Age presents The Book of Rhiannë
Publisher: Catholic (Artemid) Ordo Lux Madriana (Order of The Light of Mother God Supreme)
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NEXT ARTICLE: May 1984 Artemis: For Women Who Love Women, issue 4 will appear here: