lipstick makes a woman more
attractive to men because it makes
the lips look more like her labia.
Early in the Greek empire, red lipstick or lip
paint signalled that a woman was a prostitute.
She used it as a form of advertisement. By painting
her lips to match the same colour as the folds of her
vulva, the male customer could anticipate what he’d get.
The Lips Are a Secondary Sexual Organ
In many cultures, a woman’s mouth and lips are veiled
because of their representative association with the
vulva and their role as a woman’s secondary sexual organ.
Because of their high number of nerve endings, the lips
are an erogenous zone. The lips therefore play a crucial
role in kissing and other acts of intimacy.
A woman’s lips are also a visible expression of her fertility.
In studies performed on the science of human attraction,
psychologists have concluded that a woman’s facial and
sexual attractiveness is closely linked to the makeup
of her hormones during puberty and development.