So, without much to go on, you’re not alone if you wonder whether your labia are small, big — or just somewhere in between.
And though pornography certainly has its fair share of female genitals, those labia aren’t always true-to-life.
Models and actors are airbrushed, photo-shopped and sometimes even surgically enhanced.
Cristen Conger mentions: ‘Prolonged sexual pleasure can eventually turn into pain no matter what your downstairs anatomy is.’ And regardless of your anatomy, before climaxing, all bodies experience a build up, which is caused by the increased blood pressure and blood flow to our genitals.
Women experience the tension of the blood pressure in their uterus, ovaries and the vulva, while men experience it in the testicles.
Debra Johnson, the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, said the increase could be due to a number of cultural changes ranging from more information about the procedure on social media to new grooming practices.“People used to not really see their parts down there, but nowadays with so many women waxing and shaving, they are just much more aware of what they look like, and so sometimes they feel self-conscious,” she said.