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.
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But seriously, and I hate to be the one to break it to you, but your boyfriend is either a clueless idiot or a total dickhead. He doesn’t make the connection between the disparaging and offensive comments he’s making about normal labia, and the effect it is having on you. Or he does realise it and he’s saying these things to deliberately hurt you. Either way, it’s not an acceptable way to behave in a loving, intimate relationship.
I’d suggest you confront him about it and tell him how his comments make you feel, and ask him to explain why he says those things, if he seemingly enjoys sex with you. It might not be pleasant for you, but you owe it to yourself and your self-esteem to work out WTF is wrong with his head. It might mean the end of your relationship, but if he doesn’t respect you and appreciate your normal anatomy, then it might be a good thing. And if he’s just an oblivious idiot, he might learn something and stop being an inconsiderate and insensitive moron.
Your labia are normal. Protruding labia are extremely common. In fact around 50% of people with labia have protruding ones. And believe me, your labia don’t look like a small penis. They look like labia. Visible outlines of labia in your panties is not only normal, regular and very “everyday”, it’s also super-sexy! You’ve nothing to be embarrassed or self-conscious about. You’re beautiful.
Not useless at all. If you look under the Labia Resources section of this site you’ll find a documentary from ABC TV’s former program, Hungry Beast, which talks about this very topic. And in fact my anger at watching it and realising my labia would have been digitally airbrushed out of existence if I posed nude in softcore magazines like Playboy, Penthouse, Picture etc, is what inspired me to start this very site!
There’s also an interview there with one of the censors on the Classification Board, which shows how utterly ridiculous and opaque thirty decision making process is.
Hi, you can use the submit link at the top of the webpage or in the menu. Often it’s just easier to email me though, in confidence, at firstname.lastname@example.org
There’s nothing wrong with not having sex, and having sex just for the fun of it is fine too. Doing it with guys you actually like and trust is always a great idea, so good for you in waiting.
Masturbation is pretty damn good too, and I hope that you’re familiar with how your body works and that you are able to have orgasms.
Labia do have nerve endings which are pleasurable to the touch, and they have very vascular flesh which seems to aid with clitoral erections. Larger labia have been reported, at least anecdotally, to increase movement and stimulation around the clitoris as they are generally physically connected. All of this may make it easier to achieve an orgasm. But as orgasms are controlled by the spinal cord and brain, it’s unlikely that the size of the labia affect the intensity of an orgasm, or make it better or worse.
We can never objectively know from one person to another what they are feeling, so who is to say that one person’s orgasms are better than another’s? And is there even such a thing as a bad orgasm?
No labia, tiny labia, huge labia - they are all normal genital variations, and though not as common as their medium-sized peers, they are every bit as normal, functional and attractive. You have nothing to worry about or to fear.
I am 18 and one time I noticed that my labia seemed darker and longer than any of the pictures in health class and I thought that I was just deformed down there and that would be a turn off guys and what not like everyone else. That was until yesterday as I picked up my subscription of Cosmo and read an article that had this website and it made me feel almost human again that this was normal and i have a place where I belong. It is much to a great relief that this site exist its empowering thank you for all you do :D
Thanks for writing, and yes you are normal, absolutely, positively normal. This is a safe and empowering place, but you don’t just belong here, you belong everywhere. The way your labia look is just as common and regular as everyone else’s.
Thanks for letting me know about the Cosmo article too. There have been a couple of attempts by Cosmo journalists to get articles published so it’s great to know they finally got there. I’d be grateful if you could scan and email the article to me: email@example.com
Thanks again for writing, and congratulations on your self-discovery.
You’re so right, all labia are amazing, regardless of their size or appearance. Big, small, pink, brown, black, innies, outies, smooth, wrinkled, ruffled, slits, butterflies, uneven and symmetrical - labia and vulva are such a fantastic, beautiful gift of nature.
That’s terrific to hear that you now know you’re perfectly normal. Woohoo. Another win for the good guys. It’s great to hear that the message is still getting out to a wide audience too. Thanks for writing to tell us your story.
Hello, I just want to first start off by saying thank you for taking your time to consider the insecurity that all us women have wether we speak on it or not.. I was very insecure about my labia to me if seems larger then the women in my family my mom always joked that she thinks I should’ve been her son, I laugh it off but it still hurts.. I noticed that I’ve carried it over into my sex life, I cover my vagina and breast when my BF turns the lights on during.. But after reading this blog and seeing women just like me it empowered my to show him all of me thank you so very much Emma your works amazing..
This post, especially following the last one I replied to, just shows how different some guys are from their less than enlightened peers. Sounds like you’ve got a keeper there.