When someone uses the term lopsided vagina, most likely they mean the vulva. The vulva is a collective term for all the external vaginal parts. On the other hand, the vagina is the opening and canal that connects to the uterus inside a woman’s body.
Why do I have a “puffy” vulva?
The vulva includes the mons pubis (or “mound”), labia majora and minora (the outer and inner “lips”), clitoris, and a few other structures.
The mons pubis is the vaginal part that is seen from the front. This is a fatty pad that covers and protects the underlying pelvis bone. It is typically covered with hair, although some women prefer to trim, shave, or wax it.
The amount of fatty tissue and skin can affect the shape of the vulva. Some are considered “puffy” while others have less fat, which reveals more of a slit.