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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Hi! I’m a 17 years old girl and a big fan of your work. I don’t really have problems with my breasts. Two years ago I’d wish they were larger, but now they seem perfect and gorgeous to me.
Anyway you have helped me a lot with my labia. I was so ashamed and I had such a low self esteem but since I found you my self esteem have grown so much. I think that my vulva is extremely cute and I’m no longer ashamed. I have even gone to nudist beaches without a problem! Hahaha.
Thank you so so so so much. You changed the life of thousands of women, including my self.
Well, I found this models, camdamage.tumblr.com and ohvex.tumblr.com. Their breasts don’t fit in the “perfect stereotype” so I think lots women will find it helpful seeing that they are seen as beautiful and that they even work as models! I don’t know if this is going to be helpful but I think you’ll like to see their blogs.
Thanks a lot and sorry for my English.
Hey thanks for writing, and don’t worry, your English is fine.
I’m so glad that you’re feeling much more confident about your body and I’m proud that my blogs have been a help. Hey I applaud your venture into nudism. I don’t think I’d have been comfortable doing that as a teenager, but I have been nude and topless on beaches many times as an adult and it’s very liberating and natural. I think if more people walked around naked there would be far less anxiety about our bodies and the world would be a much better place!
I’ve been involved in the modeling business before, and I know a lot of girls who are currently models. I can assure you 100% that while there are a lot of ridiculous body ideals, and harmful pressures on models in the fashion industry, models and photographers who do art-nude work are far more likely to embrace body diversity, and you’ll see boobs and bodies of all shapes and sizes.
Thanks for taking the time to write, for your kind words and message of positivity. You’re the best :)
I want to start of by saying thank you for being a voice for women and girls worldwide, thank you for bringing light to the fact that girls are being encouraged and brainwashed to surgically mutilate their natural, normal, functioning genitals. I’m only 17, so of course this wont be a photo submission, but I just read the amazing post on here about surgeons advertising their labiaplasty procedures by using derogatory, inappropriate terms in descriptions. I have definitely seen this before and figured its time to expose the heartless, ignorant surgeons who are doing it.
First thing I’d like to say is, why aren’t other surgeries advertised this way? On a before and after picture of a rhinoplasty, doctors most certainly would never make comments calling his/her patient’s original nose “ugly,” “unsightly,” or any of the other appalling terms and phrases I have seen used to describe labiaplasty. Aren’t doctors supposed to be professionals? Why would any doctor in their right mind advertise rude comments about their patients’ appearance? My theory is that they really need business for this ridiculous, dangerous surgery, moreso than other surgeries, and to create business, they create insecurities.
I have gathered all of the abusive, appalling comments found on just ONE surgeon’s website in reference to his labiaplasty patients and their procedures. Reading this doctor’s words has really helped me, a young girl who is unnecessarily insecure about her vulva, grasp how the entire “cosmetic vaginal surgery” business is ONLY about money, and how ignorance, incorrect information, and blows to the self esteem are used to promote this horrible surgery to young women, Some good examples are the doctor referring to a vulva as a vagina, the doctor referring to the nerve-ending, blood vessel packed, delicate skin of genitals as “unneccessary.” Brace yourself before you read this surgeon’s words, the ignorance is infuriating:
- “needed assistance with her unsightly vagina,”
- “with a smaller, more aesthetically pleasing vagina, her confidence was restored,”
- ”the look of her vagina improved dramatically after surgery,”
- “assured her that the unneeded skin of the labia would be reshaped,”
- “post-surgery, she felt feminine and desirable, no longer nervous or ashamed,”
- “excess tissues were removed,”
- “after the surgery, her vagina was appealing,”
- “overabundance of tissue removed,”
- “the patient’s vagina was better looking than ever before,”
- “help with her massive labia…a common problem experienced by women…tissue reconstructed to look natural and beautiful,”
- “labia were stretched an unattractive,”
- “restore labia to a visually appealing state,”
- “suffered from unusual looking labia since puberty,”
- “new labia were created, looking appropriate on her body, the procedure was positive and life changing”
- “lengthy tissue that is unpleasant to the eye,”
- ”a corrective procedure to restore labia to a visually appealing state, she is proud of her body for the first time,”
- “after children, her labia became even more unsightly,”
- “improved her genital’s visual appeal,”
- ”husband overjoyed by results.”