Scissoring: Tribadism Sex Positions

Jenoa and Mou discuss the ins and outs of this classic lesbian sex act.


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In this episode of The Sex Talk, Jenoa and Mou discuss scissoring, a term often used to refer to tribadism, a sex act in which a woman rubs her vulva against her partner's body for sexual stimulation, especially for ample stimulation of the clitoris. Also discussed is the reference in South Park, and why this may seem offensive to women who identify as lesbian/gay/queer/bi. 

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