Vulva-on-vulva scissoring isn't the only way to do it. You've probably heard about a sex position called "scissoring" that is pretty much what it sounds like: two people arrange their bodies like a pair of scissors so their genitals are touching in a sexually pleasurable way. Scissoring is typically associated with lesbian couples, though any two people can scissor and customize the position in any way they want. To find out more about scissoring, we spoke to experts who explained why scissoring feels good, who can scissor, how to get into the position, and more. One reason scissoring feels so good for many people has to do with the closeness of their bodies and genitals.
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