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.
WARNING: If you have a blog that mainly contains and reblogs porn, DO NOT FOLLOW this blog and DO NOT REBLOG any posts from it. Otherwise you will be blocked and reported for harassment.
Hi Emma! Just a small story here- I have always been self conscious of my labia. I have always been aware that they are bigger, and have always though I was a total freak. Some unfortunate sexual experiences only perpetrated this myth in my head, and at one point I was so afraid of what my new boyfriend would think of me I wouldn’t even let him see down there! So I decided to post a picture of myself on here. It ended up giving me the confidence to sleep with my new beau (who by the way, loves the way I look), anyway this was all 6 months ago and I decided to snoop my post again. 2 things happened:
1. I had a hard time finding the post- not because of time frames, but because there were literally thousands of pictures that looked like mine! As it turns out my “abnormal” vagina is not only very beautiful but also very common!
2. Almost 300 people liked my post. Yup, my “ugly” vagina had 300 likes! I spend so much time worrying about the opinion of immature people that I didn’t realize that there were people out there that like diversity- a lot of people!
Anyway, I just wanted to let all the girls out there know that you are not weird, or a freak of whatever crazy notion you’ve dreamed up in your head! Your vaginas are all BEAUTIFUL- and probably a lot more common than you think.
Hey Emma, you incredible woman!
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Labiaplasty? Hell no! Your labia are actually an integral part of your sexual system and all those sensitive nerve endings add to sexual pleasure and orgasms. I’d suggest always making sure you’re “ready” for sex and naturally lubricated, and also use lots of lube gel. And take it slowly and gently. If you need to spread and hold your apart labia first before he enters you, then do it. There’s nothing wrong with doing that.
Well that’s surprising and understandably upsetting that your doctor reacted like that. Just because they are a doctor doesn’t mean they can’t be fucktards too. I’d find another doctor that you feel comfortable with. Your labia may be very large (funny how everyone has labia much larger than any of those on here), but that’s hardly going to be a shock or surprise to a doctor that has even a basic understanding of female anatomy.
Ultimately your doctor is just a service provider that you’re paying, so if you’re unhappy with them, get someone else.
If your partner loves them, then frankly who else are you trying to impress?
And for heaven’s sake, would you seriously consider cutting off your genitals just so you can wear leggings? OMG they are just clothes! You’d seriously vandalise your body for that? What do you love more? Sexual sensation and orgasms or your leggings?
Colour variation in labia is very common, for example having “splotches” of pinks and browns, like freckles, or a darker edge to the labia and lighter inside. That’s normal, so put labiaplasty out of your mind.
But if you have any significant or rapid changes to skin colour, texture etc anywhere on your body then it’s a good idea to have it looked at by your doctor.
It’s also a good ide to talk to your doctor about your feelings towards your labia, and how it’s affecting your sex life. Not with labiaplasty in mind, but rather getting yourself some strategies to help you overcome those feelings and understad that you’re actually pretty normal.
This is an interesting small study of Greek adolescents (10-18yo) seeking labiaplasty, and their views about their perceived “abnormal” labia. Download the PDF article here (3 pages, 1.2MB)
“There is a wide variety in the appearance of normal female external genitalia. Nevertheless a specific prototype is promoted by the media, leading to a false sense that all other appearances are abnormal. As adolescents become sexually aware at an earlier age, most of them are worried about the appearance of their genitalia, especially when labia minora protrude beyond labia majora.”
Lina Michala, Sofia Koliantzaki & Aris Antsaklis (First Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Athens, Alexandra Hospital, Athens, Greece), Published in Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, 2011
Some comments on a recent submission include:
thingsidontgetathome said: “I’d be so happy to be able to feel taste and
fuck that pussy”
lovenjazz said: “Very sexy…Could keep a tongue entertained for a few
malexhib said: “large labia are a pleasure to suck”
Comments like this are inappropriate, creepy, sleazy and are unwelcome on this site. Saying what you’d want to do sexually with contributors is inappropriate and unwelcome on this site.
Some contributors may like that, but I know that the majority don’t. And I certainly don’t and will not tolerate them. Comments like that create a hostile environment, where this site aims to create a safe place for women to talk about their insecurities.
I have no ability to remove those comments, other than by blocking the writer. I have no qualms in doing so, and will routinely block people who leave comments like the ones above. I will also name and shame you, so if you’re inclined to be a creeper or a sleazebag, then maybe think twice before spreading your unwelcome thoughts on this site.
Goid idea, but unfortunately Tumblr, the platform this site uses, doesn’t work that way. Comments are either on or off and it’s a universal setting.
Oh cry me a river!
My feelings about male opinions on here are very mixed. This site was created to address female anxiety about a female body part. It’s meant to be a safe place for women to share some of their deepest fears and most intimate body parts. It’s not for tittilation. Photos and stories aren’t sexual. They are closer to clinical. It’s not porn. It’s to educate girls and women about what normal female anatomy is. And no, it’s not about men. It’s by women, for women. If men learn something along the way though, then that’s great.
The nature of Tumblr means that anyone can visit and follow - female and male. I know that many site followers are men, and that’s fine. I’m also under no illusions about what most men use this site for. I’ve had both positive and negative feedback from female contributors about the general belief that men will be fapping while visiting the site. Some contributors like the idea and find it validating. Some are turned on. Some are horrified and repulsed. It’s hard to find a balance and make everyone satisfied.
I’m happy to publish occasional male comments. I’m also routinely forced to delete disgusting and idiotic comments, submissions, questions and propositions, all by men. Apart from just being vile and sleazy, it’s also very boring and a waste of my limited time.
Often otherwise positive comments by men are then ruined by them feeling the need to make it about them and talk about their penis. Or by saying overtly sexual or suggestive things which all serves to create a hostile environment for vulnerable women.
So while I agree that having positive reinforcement by men is valuable, in moderation, it is not and will not be the focus of this site. If any man can’t see or appreciate that then they are simply not welcome here. There are plenty of far better sites they can look at while jerking off.
Do men have a right to a voice here? In my opinion, no, they don’t. But they are afforded a privilege, and what I’m trying to do is establish how large that privilege should be.
I have never said in a blanket statement that men aren’t welcome. What I do in moderating comments is try to strike an appropriate balance between female contributions and male opinions. But when I specifically ask for female opinions, and half of the responses are from men, it really annoys me. Mostly because I find stupid or self-obsessed people incredibly irritating, and in cases like this, where I only wanted female thoughts, the fact that guys have the arrogant audacity to say “look at me, me, me, because I’m a man, and I’m making this about what I want, not about what you want” it just speaks volumes. And it really pisses me off.
So areyourite? No, you’re wrong.