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worrytoomuch
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I'm insecure about the size of my clitoris externally. It is not hard to find or small. I have larger minora that stick out considerably as well which I know can be a common variation but how big does a clit have to be to be considered abnormal? Is 1.25inches abnormal?
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Molias
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There's so much variation in terms of what genitals look like (as you said, variation in labia minora size & shape are common too) that there's really no way to establish what "normal" clitoris size is. What you're describing certainly isn't indicative of any sort of health issue.

I think this article would be a great one for you to check out: Am I Normal? Who Cares?

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