Women have two outer and two inner labia (Latin for lips). The outer labia are made up of fat and skin that stretches from the mons Venus (the triangular area of pubic hair) back to the area between the vagina and the anus. The inner labia lie inside the outer labia and consist of thinner folds of skin. The labia cover the vaginal opening and the urethral opening. The inner labia meet at the foreskin of the clitoris. The size and shape of the labia vary greatly from woman to woman, and the outer labia do not always cover the inner labia.