Do You Have an Innie or an Outie Down There?
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TikTok star Gabrielle is using her online platform to have honest discussions about how we talk about female anatomy and why we need to feel more comfortable talking about vaginas and not feel shame for their appearance.
In a video, she describes herself as having an "outie," which was puzzling to some of her followers. She took this as an opportunity to give everyone an anatomy lesson and explain why some may have an innie and others might have an outie. Her skillful explanation of the variety seen in female anatomy went viral and was viewed over 8 million times.
She tells us she once dated a plastic surgery who told her she should get a labiaplasty (a plastic surgical procedure that reshapes the labia minora and majora, the folds of skin surrounding the vulva), something she did not appreciate and says no one should have to endure this.
"You shouldn't date anyone who is going to make you feel bad about how you look or make you feel like you need to change anything," she says of the incident, something The Doctors agree with, noting surgery in this area can cause scarring and the loss of sensation in the vagina.