Ipsarum tribadum tribas, Philaeni,
recte, quam [viseris], vocas "amicam."
--Martial, Epig. VII.70
Philaenis, everyone's favorite lesbian,
you call the girls you date your [girl]friend--and rightly so!
[Martial is using a double entendre here, as amica can mean female friend or "friend with benefits."]
Disclaimer: this text has been modified to fit the scope of this blog. The main verb of the relative clause has been changed into a less severe alternative. Considering the scarcity of women's perspectives in Latin literature, I felt it was important to include this passage despite the language it uses.