Odiseo arose from the need to explore. The publication delves into two essential needs, the first to explore the territory of erotic publishing and of erotica itself; and the second, to develop an editorial project that dealt with opinion, as opposed to offering the latest news on a particular topic. Unlike most adult entertainment magazines, Odiseo offers a more sophisticated take on the subject, redefining the confines of traditional erotic publishing by balancing philosophical texts and essays with images that lie in between art and erotica. Odiseo had to flee from the erotica stereotypes and from the “for men only” label. We came to this realisation after the production of the first issue. This idea illustrates our mission with Odiseo: explore new ways and offer a different and cross-cutting vision of erotica, moving away from genres and stereotypes.