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Tribadismo

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Duwang babayi nagkukuskusan kan saindang mga vulvas sa misyonerong posisyon

An tribadismo (/ˈtrɪbədɪzəm/ TRIB-ə-diz-əm)[1] o tribbing, komun na midbid bilang pagguntingan na posisyon, iyo an lesbian sexual practice na kun saen an sarong babayi pigkukuskus an saiyang bulba kontra sa hawak kan saiyang partner para sa sekswal na stimulasyon, urog na para sa stimulasyon kan itil.[2][3][4] Posibleng imbwelto diyan an vulva-sa-vulva na contact o an pagkuskusan kan vulva sa paa kan partner, tulak, lubot, takyag, o ibang parte kan hawak (dai kabali an nguso).[2][3][4] Sarong klase nin sex positions iyo an pigpapraktis, kabali an misyonerong posisyon.[4][5]

An terminong tribadismo orihinal na encompassed na pagtubod kan sosyedad dapit sa kakayahan kan mga babayi na igwa nin penetrative sexual partners.[6][7][8] An mga babayi na pig-aakusahan na nagin penetratibo durante kan sekswal na aktibidad nagin subject tanganing tuyawon o padusahan.[6][8][9] Sa modernong panahon, an termino tipikal na nanonongod sa manlaenlaen na porma nin non-penetrative sex sa pag-ultanan kan mga babayi. Posibleng imbwelto diyan an penetrasyon sa putay sa paagi kan paggamit kan mga muro, sarong dildo o double penetration dildo.[2][8]

Analogous iyan sa frot, na iyo an putoy-sa-putoy na contact sa pag-ultanan kan mga lalaki.

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