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 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.
Just a reminder, if you are under 18 years old please do not send or submit any naked photos. I will accept photos in undies or swimwear, but no nudes please! Under 18s though are very welcome to ask questions and submit comments. Thanks for helping keep this site, and yourselves safe.
I’m 14. I have always been uncomfortable with my labia. I now feel much better since I found u :3 tnx
Asymmetry is normal and very common. Nothing to worry about. Look at my labia, I know exactly what you mean. I’ve never had any complaints from guys or girls. And I like that it’s like I have lips from two different pussies. Twice the fun ;) When you appreciate that you’re normal you’ll start to feel better about yourself.
Porn clearly plays a role in how women see themselves - I’ve heard enough women say that it does. But it’s only the softest of soft porn that either doesn’t show labia minora at all or only smaller labia, eg Playboy. But even a cursory glance at pretty much any other type of porn, from nude model sites, solo masturbation, amateur, through to hardcore sex will show that women with vulva of all shapes and sizes are featured. I started this site partly in response to some censorship guidelines for softcore porn, and initially thought porn in general was responsible. I have very much changed my mind. But somehow the myth of porn only promoting “little perfect pink innie pornstar pussies” still persists and is reality in a lot of women’s minds.
The feedback I mostly receive from men is complete bewilderment because in general they know pussies come in all shapes and sizes, have usually seen many more labia in porn than women and cthey ouldn’t care less whether lips are big or small - they tend to appreciate all of them.
I hear lots of anxious questions from girls worried that guys won’t like their large labia. But I have heard very few stories of women being told by men that they don’t actually like them. Yes it happens, but mostly these are completely unwarranted worries, and this issue is predominantly in womens’ heads.
Questions about fordyce spots are best directed to a dermatologist and not a gyno. They aren’t a gynaecological problem. They occur on the mouth’s lips, scrotum, penis, and labia minora. They aren’t an STI. They aren’t contagious. But I can imagine that can make for difficult discussions with new sexual partners though! They are difficult to get rid of but some topical and laser treatments help. It’s best to see a dermatologist.
Hard to believe, I know, but I actually do have what barely passes for a life, plus I’ve been slammed at work, and overall I’ve been super-busy. So forgive me for not replying to your emails, answering your questions, posting your submissions and such. I’ll promise I’ll get to you all really soon.
There is definitely something you can do! Be more careful when choosing your boyfriend. If he’s an arsehole with no discernible brain function, pick another guy. There is nothing wrong with you that needs changing. You aren’t responsible for other people’s ignorance and lack of common human decency.
Hi, 26yr old male here, who stumbled across your blog by accident when surfing reddit.
I really have to say I am very surprised by how self-conscious lots of women seem to be with their body parts - never would have imagined that something as unimportant as how big some skin is could be that much of a thought for a girl.
So I can assure you several things:
- The shape or the length or the asymmetry of your labia is in no way important for a man. Really he won’t deny having sex with you because he thinks there is something wrong/ugly/.. with you (because he will not even think that when it comes to sex; especially not for the first time).
- If any guy would actually make fun of how your labia looks, he is a stupid asshole, who is most likely very insecure about himself so you can safely ignore him - beliefe me, the other 99.99% of men will not have any(!) problem with your vagina.
- I read some posts about how your bigger labia will look in a bathing suit etc.; believe me, nearly every(!) man will really like seeing that. It really is a huge turn-on to see a bulge in a woman’s swimsuit.
Greetings to you all and really don’t be afraid - men will not even think about the stuff you worry about ;)
Ironically I’m going to give the LLP a bit of cosmetic surgery, and revamp the site layout, look and feel and add a new header graphic. I’ll be running a competition with the most popular submitted artwork displayed at the top of the site. I think a public vote is the best way to choose the winner. So if there are any budding designers, photographers or artists out there, here’s a heads-up for you. When I’ve decided on the template (suggestions are very welcome) I’ll formally announce the competition, specs etc. So watch this space :)
I stumbled across your site somehow, I don’t remember how, and I couldn’t believe the photos!
They all looked like vaginas!! (er, labia if we’re being anatomically correct.)
Why do women get so worked up over their labia? At what point does this start. Does someone actually tell them, as they’re looking down, “Oh gee, your labia are so large I can no longer fuck you!”
Granted, I’m a woman with a culturally “normal” clam. I guess, I actually haven’t done the hand-mirror test in a few years so who knows if that’s changed. I’m also a woman who watches quite a bit of porn and, I don’t know, I never internalized this “must have tiny labia” message.
I know that emails can make things seem ambiguous but my intent is genuine, I really don’t know why or when or how women get these anxieties. I know they’re valid, I have a near panic attack whenever I undress for someone new (or for art modelling, which has been a recent thing) because my boobs are two obviously different sizes.
I just… I’ve had sex with plenty of guys (no shame, none whatsoever, I love that I’ve done this) and once, only once, did someone think to mention the appearance of my nethers and it was on its rosy hue.
Again, this might be because, last I checked, it falls into the (culturally) “normal” range.
If there are dudes out there seriously talking shit about a woman, with whom they are presumably in the process of bumping uglies, they need to have their ass kicked.
Because that is the most aggravating exercise of male privilege EVER.