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Trivádha (Τριβάδα)

The Greek word Trivádha (Τριβάδα), whose approximation to the English language is tribadism, comes from the verb “tríbein (τρίβειν)” which means to rub, and making explicit reference to lesbian sex, in ancient Greece it was used to name the women who rubbed their genitals with those of another woman, without it being clear to us, for the moment, what was the context of the rubbing, whether it was for personal delight of those involved or was for the visual delight of men.


See: Tribada in the Spanish Lesbian Dictionary.

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