Not the lips of my vagina, but the flaps inside them.. one of them's quite longer than the other. Is that normal? Because I really do not think that it is. Im afraid when I have sex, the person I have it with will think it's really weird and wont want to have sex anymore..
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So, you're talking about your inner labia, or your labia majora.
It's more common for them to be slightly different sizes and shapes than it is for them to look the same or to be symmetrical. Them looking exactly the same on both sides is very unusual.
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Have you ever had a gynecological exam or had this seen by a doctor? As much as it may not feel like it now, it sounds like a normal labia variation to me, especially if it doesn't cause you pain or a lot of discomfort. Know too, that any guy worth your time shouldn't be grossed out by any part of you.
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