This blog is all about large labia, and mostly to do with large labia minora. This is a body-positive blog that aims to show that large labia are normal and beautiful. It provides support for those who feel insecure, self-conscious, victimised or vilified about their large labia. This blog is inclusive, and all people with labia are welcome, regardless of race, age, sexual preference or gender. Submissions are encouraged, but photos showing nudity are only allowed from people 18+ please.
NOTE: This blog shows photos depicting detailed genital nudity in a non-sexual setting, and contains written content with adult themes.
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I have no first-hand experience with this apart from when I was born lol. But from what I’ve heard it varies from woman to woman. And you can watch videos of women giving birth on YouTube.
Yay, that’s terrific! I’m glad that you gave it a try and learned something pretty fantastic :)
I’m really sorry to hear that you were hurt like that. I hope that you were able to receive counselling to help you cope with that. I can’t begin to imagine what life has been like for you.
You probably know this already, but you have done nothing wrong, you’re not to blame for what happened to you, or the appearance of your body, and you have absolutely nothing to be ashamed of. You are not responsible for another person’s acts of evil and violence towards you. The appearance of your vulva sounds perfectly normal. Large labia minora and small labia majora are normal. The size, shape and coloration of your vulva has everything to do with your genes and hormones. There is no shame in having a normal body.
If you know the person well, and you know they care about you for who you are, then any future sexual partners will adore all of you, including your totally normal vulva. I hope that one day, soon, you can grow to accept yourself for the wonderful, normal, beautiful and strong person that you are.
I often get asked whether I’ve considered, or would make a blog for bellies, butts, navels, penises, foreseins, scrotums, etc etc. Hips is a new one, but the answer is still no. It’s not “guys” running my blogs, it’s “me” and I barely have enough time to manage them as it is, while having a full-time career and what barely passes for a social life, without adding another blog into the mix.
Plus I also don’t have any interest or passion for other topics, so I wouldn’t do them justice. Labia and breasts are enough for me, thank you.
There is no reason why YOU can’t do this. I had no particular web or blogging skills when I started my blogs. It just takes time and dedication. So as I say to anyone else who asks this, if you feel passionately about it and see the need for a similar log, then why ask someone else to do it for you? Why don’t you make it yourself?
Why yes, yes I did photograph myself. Actually there was not so much vagina as there was vulva in the photos, because if you knew anything about female genital anatomy you would know that the vagina is a completely internal part of the body and unless it is stretched wide open the only part of it you’d ever be likely to see is the vaginal corona, commonly called the hymen, so really that’s about all you’d see of mine actually. Vulva, not vagina.
And yes I am mentally Ill. I have been dealing with depression and anxiety-related illness since I was a teenager, and while some people think of it as a slur I think it’s nothing different to saying I have a chronic tendon injury in my shoulder (which I do have if you’re concerned about that too). I appreciate you asking and clearly you’re very perceptive. Should I expect a “get well soon” card? I’d like that.
Oh and I almost forgot, fuck off, arsehole, and don’t ever come back here again.
I’m not a cyst expert, but I have one and that’s what it’s like for me. It’s what my doctor told me to expect too. It probably still is just a cyst but if you’re concerned about it the talk to your doctor again.
Anonymous Question: Hey, I’ve had a lump on my labia majora quite low down. for about 4-5 years. It was about the size of a pea, never hurt or anything. I asked my doctor about it and he said it was a cyst so no need to worry and left it at that. A few weeks ago I was having a touch as I do and notice the lump was hurting. After a few more days, I was touching it, noticed it had gotten bigger and a lot soree. So I squeezed it and it kind of just fell out, a large circle of hard pus just came out of this lump and the lump was just no more. Like it had closed up and now I only have a little white spot where it was. Should I be worried or concerned? Where it was appears to forming a new lump. I’m quite worried seeing as I’ve had this lump since I was about 14/15 and I’m 20 in a coue of weeks. What could it be? Thanks for any input.
I’m guessing that the pus/stuff that came out smelled really bad? And if you squeeze it, and if you smell your fingers, they smell too? Yes, that’s a cyst. If you squeeze a cyst you can sometime squish out the bad smelling muck inside, but, the sac that held that pus will make it all come back, as you’re now experiencing. They aren’t really a problem, unless it hurts like yours did, but the only way to way to get rid of it is to have it cut out, including all of the sac.
It’s a shame that you feel that way. I have a few problems with what you said.
It’s not my place, or yours, to make value judgements about how other people perceive their labia. If they believe theirs are large then that’s entirely valid. Your idea of what is large may be totally different to other people. It’s all relative. Some people may think yours are small and by your reasoning you don’t belong here either. Is that fair?
This is primarily about large labia, but it’s also about diversity and I welcome it. On those occasions where people believe they have small labia and want to submit photos, for whatever reason (be it because they have lacked confidence too, or just in solidarity with their sisters around the world) then I will respect their wishes and allow them to contribute. Surely there’s room for other people, regardless of the size of their labia, to feel welcomed and appreciated. I certainly won’t prejudice against people with vulvas who want to be here.
When you say “pretty little labias” what you’re really saying is that you don’t believe larger labia are pretty either, and by extension that yours aren’t. I disagree. Every vulva and every labia is beautiful. Size is not a factor. That’s what this site is about. It’s unfortunate that what I’m doing here doesn’t seem to be helping you; my message isn’t getting through.
Lastly, let me ask you this - why is your self-esteem based on how other people feel about themselves? Would you feel better about yourself if everyone loved themselves? Or if they hated themselves? Do you feel alone because of how you look? Surely if you get nothing else from this site it’s that there are lots of other people like you, and that’s just the people who know about the LLP and wanted to contribute (consider the hundreds of millions of people with a vulva who will never hear about this site). How you feel about yourself should be about you. How someone else feels about themselves is entirely their business. People contribute photos for a lot of reasons, but mostly it’s for their own benefit. They do it for themselves. You don’t need to internalise another person’s feelings or motivations and make it about you. That’s not their problem if you do; it’s yours. I hope you can understand that, and find benefit in this site for what it is.
Ok firstly, I’m going to try to refocus this blog. Lately it has been increasingly about sex education and while it’s hard to separate vulvas from sex, I want to bring it back to being mainly about labia and anatomy. Questions about sex, virginity, orgasms etc are best answered by far more qualified people on websites devoted to those topics. I’ll post links soon.
But for now, answering your question, my guess is that you weren’t adequately lubricated to allow penetration. The vagina is a very flexible tube, designed to allow babies to be born. No boyfriend will have a penis as large as a baby’s head! If you’re able to insert tampons, fingers or sex toys into your vagina then it’s not a problem with your vaginal size.
First time sex can be stressful and that can be the enemy of vaginal wetness. Vaginas and vulvas are self-lubricating, and everyone will experience different levels of wetness. Being stressed though can easily cause dryness. As can different medications.
Trying to insert a penis in there when you’re dry can be painful, or in your case just not possible at all. If you decide to try again then make sure you’re really wet first. Maybe ask your boyfriend to give you oral sex first, and especially if you orgasm. That way you can make sure you come too, and not just him! You can also use a latex condom-friendly lubricant gel.
There are some psychological / physical conditions which can mean that vaginal penetration is difficult, painful or even impossible - such as vaginismus. If you find that sexual penetration just isn’t possible then it would be worth talking about it with your doctor. Good luck.