Woman Gets Mansplained About Her Own Labia And It's Painful
The ridiculous biology lecture came after Fashion Nova shared its latest eyebrow-raising bodysuit, which became the subject of a jokey Jezebel writer.
After spotting the daring garment, Ashley Reese wrote a piece called "I Really Want This Fashion Nova Bodysuit That Will Only Cover 15 Per Cent Of My Labia."
In the article, she joked: "This red pleather bodysuit that will probably give me a labial wedgie.
"But any resulting irritation or yeast infection from this little 95 per cent polyester, 5 percent spandex number would be 100 per cent worth it, if only to complete the look with this pair of matching red pleather pants."
However, one man took Ashley's tongue-in-cheek words and responded with an anatomy lesson because apparently he knows her body better than she does.
"It seems you need an anatomy lesson," he commented. "Labia are not the entirety of the groin. Whereas I can see where you are trying to compensate for the idea that the vagina is the totality of female genital, this is a little beyond what is necessary.
"Some women have large labia minora, which might not fit in this, but not everything in the word is tailor made to YOUR BODY.
"You can't expect for everything to fit you 'just right'. Women with smaller labia are also just as normal as you are with whatever your labia size is."
However, the internet biology teacher seems to have missed the fact that Ashley was presumably meant the outfit wouldn't fit her body specifically.
"As a short man, I wouldn't comment on the designs of a big-and-tall store," he continued.
"So you have big labia. Great. Keep it to yourself." We're not entirely sure how he worked out the logistics on that one, but cheers for the completely unnecessary addition to the debate.
It goes without saying that people were quick to jump on his comment with one person commenting: "I thought I'd seen it all but mansplaining labia is a whole other level."
"Why do guys argue about all the things?" another Twitter user asked. "I mean jokes are jokes and context tells me that the audience of this article is not intended for of a short angry man."
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