The first time I saw scissoring happen was in porn for straight men. Yes, the porn was two women getting freaky, but before these gay-for-pay lesbians got to the main event, they decided to wrestle each other and then assume the appropriate lesbian sex position. It was unbelievably hot. I watched as one got the other on her back, and began to grind her own pubis against the other woman's pubis. It was like angry dry-humping, and it was exceptionally hot.
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Sex Ed Friday: What Exactly 'Scissoring' Is And How To Do It | GO Magazine
Scissoring is the most debated sex position to ever exist. Anytime the topic of scissoring is brought up, expect a hearty debate. Whether in a group of lesbians or straight dudes: everyone has an opinion on scissoring. Is it even a real position? How does it work? Would it even feel good? It seems so complicated?
Sex Ed Friday: What Exactly ‘Scissoring’ Is And How To Do It
This may involve female-to-female genital contact or a female rubbing her vulva against her partner's thigh, stomach, buttocks, arm, or other body part excluding the mouth. The term tribadism is usually used in the context of lesbian sex , and originally encompassed societal beliefs about women's capability of being penetrative sexual partners. It may also involve vaginal penetration by use of the fingers , a dildo or double penetration dildo ,   or refer to a masturbation technique in which a woman rubs her vulva against an inanimate object such as a bolster to achieve orgasm. The term tribade did not begin to refer exclusively to eroticism between women until Late Antiquity.
A more academic term for lesbian scissoring , or simply scissoring , is tribadism , shortened to tribbing and documented in the s. The term was popularized by the electroclash band, The Scissor Sisters, who formed in the gay club scene in in New York City. Scissoring further spread into the mainstream thanks to prominent references on popular TV shows like Glee and South Park. A episode of South Park featured a scissoring scene with a character, Mr. In fact, the hand signal for scissoring , a peace sign inserted into another peace sign and wiggled around, is a gesture used to mock lesbians and lesbian sex.