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More Questions About Large Labia and Lovemaking 

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Dear Mistress,

I have large, long labia — and I don’t like them. What is the use of them during lovemaking?

Signed,

Lip Reading

Dear Lip Reading,

I have written before about the Large Labia Project, a Tumblr blog that aims to shine light on the beauty of large and asymmetrical labia. I highly recommend you check it out, but be careful, because it’s not safe for work! There’s no “wrong” way to have labia — they come in all shapes and sizes. Some lips are petite and tuck neatly into the labia majora, while others are voluminous and protrude, especially when aroused.

As far as sexual function, there is some evidence to support that women with larger labia experience enhanced sexual pleasure. It makes sense — the larger the labia, the more nerve endings to be stimulated. And there’s substantial anecdotal evidence to suggest that large labia provide enhanced visual and tactile stimulation — plenty of erotica and pornography for admirers of larger lips.

Sadly, the internet holds a bevy of self-esteem-busting information about labia. Do a search for “large labia” on Google and you’ll be served ads for labia reduction and labiaplasty — a procedure to correct “irregular” labia. Rack these medical “fixes” right up there with senseless plastic surgeries, bleached butt holes and lip injections. You don’t need ’em. Your lips are perfect as they are, and the sooner you fall in love with them, the sooner others will, too.

Longingly,

MM

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Mistress Maeve wrote a weekly advice column on love and lust from September 2007 until January 2014.

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