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tribadism

(trĭb′ăd-ĭzm) [Gr. tribein, to rub, + -ismos, condition]
A relationship in which women attempt to imitate heterosexual intercourse with each other.
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Amy Lloyd and Lauren Newlands practise their drawing skills; Lauren Roberts and Eleanor Roberts busy themselves with painting; These happy faces taking part in an impressive range of learning activities are Daniel Ward, Ana is Thomas and Rebecca Jones reading (aboveleft),Jessica Whitney, Jack Sharp and Abbie McWilliams playing restaurants (above)and budding Bob the Builders Simon Mortimer,Alan Hughes and Harrison Davies (left); Pictures by Jeff Pitt.
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