Worried guys will be put off by my labia Watch

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I actively look for what you have. It's beautiful x
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I actively look for what you have and I know quite a few guys that love it too. I think you'd be surprised. I think it's absolutely beautiful actually and am bored by the opposite.
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all i can say is i find big pussy holes and long hanging lips supper sexy. and love to see women wearing leggings showing camel toe in public. its again sexy. and if a man is put off by your pussy you dont need him anyways.
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Girl girl girl . Just chill. It's nothing to do with a large labia minora. You see small labia minora in porn so you think it's the best? While giving sex would you just a guys scrotum?it's just sex and it's all fair and moreover the one who loves you will love you with everything . Just love yourself. I too have a large labia and I don't feel low . And the ones who don't like you labia minora, kick their scrotum and look for someone else . That's all
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Not at all girl stand up for the long inner labia broke women like us out here. It’s so sick how your body god spent his precious time hand making and be off putting to some irrelevant person with a crappy opinion. I’ve been insecure about my droopy piece of crap for a while like literally all my life. So bad to the point guys I’ve dated would ask “what is that” 😐 like be for real but I’m not insecure anymore. We aren’t the problem their crappy opinions are. Who calls what’s normal? Like honestly let’s normalize natural beauty or great women in general . Not sum fake, man made to fit society’s “perfect” image most women figures present. I hate it but girl don’t drop the drawls for someone who can’t love your labia or you in general. Anyone who judges you or is unpleased by your uniqueness doesn’t deserve you!! Period!
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Mines probably longer than the pic. Id is uncomfortable in certain clothes amd i have to fix it at times. I feel uncomfortable about it but my husband never said anything about it. Been married. 3 yrs
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(Original post by Haleyjude)
Mines probably longer than the pic. Id is uncomfortable in certain clothes amd i have to fix it at times. I feel uncomfortable about it but my husband never said anything about it. Been married. 3 yrs
He's not said anything about it, because it's normal . Fair enough, it might be at one end of the spectrum, but everyone is so different that there is no point in comparing yourself to anyone else.
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The issue is akin to penis size. Just as most women find a relatively large penis aesthetically appealing and exciting; men find small, neat, uniform colored vaginas more appealing. You are in the same boat as men with below average penis sizes.
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Is it long enough and really hangs low? I love big labias so i’m fine with that.
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Longer the better. Gary . Sl24jr
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THEIR ALL BEAUTIFUL, long ones, short ones, brown ones, pink ones, i love em all, that area is a awesomely beautiful part of a womans body. their all different and thats great, i'm glad they don't all look the same. i've never found one yet that i would'nt like to rub my face and mouth and probe with my tongue, i'm sure it looks fabulous!! if a guy talks negativly about your hoohaa, don't let him near it.
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Its gonna make sex painful after a while
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(Original post by Ghgggh)
Its gonna make sex painful after a while
No, it isn't.
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(Original post by Elsbels12xx)
Omg, thank god I’m not the only one ! I feel sooo self conscious and I’m talking to a guy who wants to take my virginity soon and I really like him but I’m really scared at what he will think about my body (as it is horrible in my opinion) !! 😖 Also my nipples are bigger than other people’s which also makes me self conscious !! 😫 I really don’t know what to do but I’m glad I’m not the only one with the labia problem 🙂
It's not a "labia problem", it's just the way your labia look. No two people have identical labia, there are very very short ones and very long ones and everything in between.. it's the same with nipples. You haven't seen everyone's nipples, so you can't say that yours are bigger than everyone else's. I think you need to work on your self esteem before you entrust your virginity to your boyfriend. Also.. the way you say it makes me think he's not even your boyfriend, as you say you're only talking to him.. so please make sure he's the right person and you feel ready before you do anything.
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Hello, I have this same problem aswell. I am honestly so insecure about it and worry about it being a problem with my boyfriend. Recently, I have mentioned it to him and he simply said that it's quite more common than I think. He reassured me that it's completely fine and it doesn't change anything for him.I'm obviously worried his opinion will change once my clothes come off but I personally don't think there is anything wrong with it. Mine is genetical and has passed down so I've had it my whole life but I never actually told anyone (I found out it was genetics because my whole family found out my cousin had it and had surgery on it). I think if he loves you, or is.. Even attracted to you - he will most likely be grateful you are letting him touch you, rather than what you actually look like. I would suggest to just mention it before you are at the point of sleeping with someone, in a light manner, just to let them know incase youse end up having sex or just talk about your insecurities and bring it up. I think it's normal. Fully and completely. Your genitals don't define your attraction. Just be confident in yourself and don't let people attack you for the way you are
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(Original post by TurkeySalad)
Hello, I have this same problem aswell. I am honestly so insecure about it and worry about it being a problem with my boyfriend. Recently, I have mentioned it to him and he simply said that it's quite more common than I think. He reassured me that it's completely fine and it doesn't change anything for him.I'm obviously worried his opinion will change once my clothes come off but I personally don't think there is anything wrong with it. Mine is genetical and has passed down so I've had it my whole life but I never actually told anyone (I found out it was genetics because my whole family found out my cousin had it and had surgery on it). I think if he loves you, or is.. Even attracted to you - he will most likely be grateful you are letting him touch you, rather than what you actually look like. I would suggest to just mention it before you are at the point of sleeping with someone, in a light manner, just to let them know incase youse end up having sex or just talk about your insecurities and bring it up. I think it's normal. Fully and completely. Your genitals don't define your attraction. Just be confident in yourself and don't let people attack you for the way you are
Just because your cousin had it doesn't mean it's genetic. It just means it's a lot more common than you think - and I bet she didn't need surgery on it!
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I asked my family if it were genetic and it turned out it was.

I wrote 'need' because it was uncomfortable to sit on for her and she genuinely couldn't live her life properly because of it, so in her case.. She did need it.
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(Applauds you for your confidence and good inspirational speech)
(Original post by TurkeySalad)
Hello, I have this same problem aswell. I am honestly so insecure about it and worry about it being a problem with my boyfriend. Recently, I have mentioned it to him and he simply said that it's quite more common than I think. He reassured me that it's completely fine and it doesn't change anything for him.I'm obviously worried his opinion will change once my clothes come off but I personally don't think there is anything wrong with it. Mine is genetical and has passed down so I've had it my whole life but I never actually told anyone (I found out it was genetics because my whole family found out my cousin had it and had surgery on it). I think if he loves you, or is.. Even attracted to you - he will most likely be grateful you are letting him touch you, rather than what you actually look like. I would suggest to just mention it before you are at the point of sleeping with someone, in a light manner, just to let them know incase youse end up having sex or just talk about your insecurities and bring it up. I think it's normal. Fully and completely. Your genitals don't define your attraction. Just be confident in yourself and don't let people attack you for the way you are
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i have the exact same worries that every other person is having on here. i've tried to make myself accept them but i just hate them so much. I'm a 16 year old girl and swimmer and i always get scared that people might be able to see it 'bulging'. It's quite uncomfortable and i'm so scared of anyone seeing it that i'm genuinely considering staying a virgin forever because i'm that self conscious about it. i don't know if this is the same for everyone else but when i've read the other comments i immediately think that mine must be bigger, even though i have no proof that it is.i want to learn to love it about myself but i am really struggling and i am considering going to the doctors about it just gets in the way, especially if i'm wearing underwear that it falls out of because it starts to rub against my thigh. has anyone got any advice? like will i learn to accept it as i grow older? will teenage boys be put off by it (especially as the majority of them are just so used to watching porn)?
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I really woudln't worry about this, trust me when a guy is with you he'll be so over excited he won't even care what you look like down there!
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