I feature this subject from time to time because it isn’t often addressed. Real or imagined, we all have certain misgivings about our bodies. Girls and women are often concerned about the physical appearance of their vaginas. Some women, convinced their labia are too large, believe their vaginas are unsightly and not feminine. Many consider labiaplasty because they want to look like the women in magazines and all over the Internet. What they don’t realize is those idealized women, though attractive in their own way, aren’t nearly so intriguing as a women that has more between her legs than a discreet pubic mound divided by a nondescript crease.
The woman pictured above, for example: with her legs spread this way her labia are nearly touching the floor. I can’t imagine anything more sensuous or compelling. Countless men see it the same way.
Most men would find the woman pictured above to be visually compelling. Those who would be put off are most likely to be superficial men with misguided perceptions. Based on the pol below, many men clearly prefer prominent labia. It doesn’t take much imagination to understand why. Simply put, she has some very captivating temptations.
Women that are suffering self doubts about their bodies should not fall prey to the propaganda published by plastic surgeons that promote labiaplasty. Why would you want to throw away a gift from Mother Nature, not mention your hard-earned money?
The following are testimonials I’ve read online from women :
” I have big labia and have always been ashamed of them, until I met my boyfriend who I have been with almost 2 years! When he used to go down on me I used to put my hand there so he couldn’t look, or turn the lights off but he loves them and says that’s how they should be, honestly he can’t get enough of it, he loves sucking and pulling on them, and says he loves the feeling of them, he has actually said that they are not big enough, So now I have not got to worry about them being too big, but now too small!!!”
“I’m in my 30’s and have always been self-conscious about my labia. Thanks to websites like these, it’s nice to know that there are other ‘normal’ women like me. I’m also very fortunate to have a boyfriend that loves them and makes me love them more, as I used to hate them and was seriously considering labiaplasty.”
“I thought I was a freak because I didn’t look like the diagrams in the Sex Ed. textbooks – I was worried I had broken my vulva as a result of playing with it! It wasn’t until I was in my early 20’s when I began working as a nurse that I realized I was normal after all, and that they all look remarkably different and they are all normal. I happen to have very large labia majora. I usually don’t shave but I thought it would be easier to see everything without hair.”
“I just cannot feel comfortable with my labia. Sex is always awkward as I’m so concerned about what my partner thinks. I have been considering surgery for over 10 years but have never gone through with it. I hope I can learn to live with my labia at some point in time!”
“I’ve met a guy that I really like, and he likes me and wants a relationship, but we haven’t Continue readingPin It