Thanks for the article, wow this article was really shocking to me. These websites seem to really tap into the insecurities of people with labias/clitorises. “The truth is that relationships, exercise, even dressing can be negatively impacted by a large inner or outer labia” – not sure how any of those could possibly be impacted but okay! I remember seeing when I was younger I think it was a blog where people submitted photos of their labia and there were like 200 uploads of all the different shapes and sizes there could be and people would write in and say that the website stopped them from getting surgery. I think it’s so important to just start a conversation where it’s just seen as common knowledge/okay for a labia to be whatever colour, size, shape or whatever and it’s still normal. I also think steering the conversation away from what is ‘desirable’ or not to a sexual partner is really important, I feel like a lot of people would get surgery because they think it will make them more desirable to a partner. So even shifting the conversation away from labia = must be sexy, desirable, pleasurable to your partner to labia = normal not matter what, totally perfect in whatever way it is, would be a great goal!