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glvpb006
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I was just wondering if this was normal. The skin that covers my clitoris and heymen is really long and wrinkly. Sometines I have to fold it in so it won't make, what looks like, a lump. I'm afraid to get naked in front of a guy because it would probably scare him or something. What can I do?
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Gumdrop Girl
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then don't get naked.

or you could realize that you are 100% normal and that a little extra skin is neither harmful, nor going to shock anyone who sees it. so it's not worth sweating the trouble of worrying.

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