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Labia, also known as the vulvar lips, are a part of the female external genitalia. The labia are made up of two folds of skin, known as the labia majora and the labia minora. The labia majora are the outer folds of skin, while the labia minora are the inner folds of skin that are located inside the labia majora.

The labia serve a number of important functions, including protecting the delicate vaginal opening and clitoris from irritation and injury. Additionally, the labia play a role in sexual arousal and pleasure, as they contain a large number of nerve endings that can be stimulated during sexual activity.

Despite their importance, labia can vary widely in size, shape, and colour from woman to woman. Some women may have large, protruding labia that are easily visible, while others may have smaller, more tucked-in labia that are less noticeable.

While labia are often the subject of much curiosity and fascination, it is important to remember that every woman's labia is unique and beautiful in its own way. Women should be proud of their bodies and embrace their labia as a natural and normal part of who they are.

See also

Category: Vagina and Vulva

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