My labia sticks out of my lips, is my vagina normal?
Question Posted Monday November 15 2010, 8:11 pm
This is kinda embarassing to ask, but i'd rather ask people I don't know then someone I do.
I'm 16 and my boyfriend and I have talked about having sex. He's not a virgin, but I am. I'm scared that my vagina doesn't look normal. I really don't want to hear "if he loves you he won't care" stuff. Like, in all honesty I'm scared to even take my pants off around other people. Attempting to explain what I mean..My lips don't touch because I guess the part called the labia(?) is large and sticks out of my lips. That's really the only thing that bothers me, besides my skin being very sensitive so I have really bad razor burn. Any tips or ideas to help me out? Thanks!
adviceman49 answered Tuesday November 16 2010, 7:49 am: I'm quite a bit older than you and maybe my thoughts might not be what you looking for; though I will offer them anyway as I was once your age.
Just what is normal? If you ask a guy he will tell you a guy with a big long, thick penis is normal. If you look at medical evidence the average vagina can only accommodate about 6", so is that what the normal length of a penis should be.
The nice thing about the human body is we are all different. So you have a longer labia; big deal. All that means is there is that much more to suck and nibble on during oral sex. Unless the longer labia causes you pain or other problems during sex I wouldn't worry about it. IF some boy should say something about it in a derogatory way he is not only a fool but sexually inexperienced.
nikitathecheetah answered Monday November 15 2010, 11:54 pm: I think maybe since you don't feel comfortable being naked around other people, you and your boyfriend should wait. Also maybe you should see an OBYN/GYNO to check out your labia, because i am not exactly sure, in honesty if that's normal or not. I hope i helped, good luck. [ nikitathecheetah's advice column | Ask nikitathecheetah A Question ]
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