Pardon me if you were looking for information on entomology, today’s subject is a different, yet still beautiful form of wing symmetry, the labial butterfly – Labia cuntius.
A brief search for information on the term ‘labia’ gleaned the following fact: “The coloration, size and general appearance of the labia can vary extensively from woman to woman. In some women the labia minora are almost non-existent, and in others they can be fleshy and protuberant.” Today, we are dealing with the more protuberant variety, with a focus on symmetry.
Further research brings up this unfortunate fact: “In many cultures and locations all over the world, the labia, as part of the genitalia, are considered private, or intimate parts, whose exposure (especially in public) is governed by fairly strict socio-cultural mores. In many cases, public exposure is limited, and often prohibited by law.” Why would such a display of human beauty be outlawed?
“Labium (plural labia) is a Latin-derived term meaning “Lip”. Labium and its derivatives (including labial, labrum) are used to describe any lip-like structure, but in the English language, labium often specifically refers to parts of the vulva.” There’s your Latin lesson for today, now take a look at this one!
Vaginal lips are truly a wonder to behold….and lick….and….