The mons pubis or: mons Venus is the hill at the front side of the vulva, covering the pubic bone you can feel the bone underneath the soft tissue if you press on it. The mons pubis divides into the labia majora on either side of the furrow known as the pudendal cleft. The size of the mons pubis varies with the level of hormone and body fat. The fatty tissue of the mons pubis is sensitive to estrogen, causing a distinct mound to form with the onset of puberty. The mons pubis often becomes less prominent as you age, due to the decrease in bodily estrogen during menopause. There is no 'good' or 'bad' in natural diversity. Love yourself - and love your vulva, because all vulvas are beautiful just the way they are! Aller vers.
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In human anatomy , and in mammals in general, the mons pubis or pubic mound also known simply as the mons , and known specifically in females as the mons Venus or mons veneris   is a rounded mass of fatty tissue found over the pubic symphysis of the pubic bones. For females, the mons pubis forms the anterior portion of the vulva. It divides into the labia majora literally "larger lips" , on either side of the furrow known as the pudendal cleft , that surrounds the labia minora , clitoris , urethra , vaginal opening , and other structures of the vulval vestibule. Although present in both men and women, the mons pubis tends to be larger in women. The mound also becomes covered with pubic hair. It often becomes less prominent with the decrease in bodily estrogen experienced during menopause. The term mons pubis is derived from Latin for "pubic mound", and mons Venus or mons veneris is derived from Latin for "mound of Venus ". Although not part of external genitalia itself, the pubic mound can be regarded as an erogenous zone and is highly eroticized in many cultures.
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