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So what does a normal vulva actually look like?
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Between pornography and media portrayals of scantily-clad women, there is a stereotype of what a vulva should look like. Hairless, neat, tiny, and nearly invisible. Not coincidentally, with the rise of this conception of normal, labiaplasty in the US has increased by whopping
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What do people think is a normal vulva / "vagina"?
Between pornography and media portrayals of scantily-clad women, there is a stereotype of what a vulva should look like. Hairless, neat, tiny, and nearly invisible. Not coincidentally, with the rise of this conception of normal, labiaplasty in the US has increased by whopping Just look at the vulva diagram at the top of this article—there's a LOT of expected ways individuals are going to differ. In this article, we'll talk about how we got here, how wide the normal variation between vulvas can really be. At least in most developed "western" countries North America, Europe, etc. The last item means there isn't a visible opening to the vagina from the vulva. The below shows a typical "most normal" and "ideal" vulva chosen by most participants in one study from Australia they're two different questions—with the same answer.
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