Genital piercings are increasingly common. People with penises can have what is often known as a Prince Albert piercing, which goes through the urethra; those with vaginas can have a clitoral piercing (though this is not at all recommended), a clitoral hood, or vch piercing (which is much better in all kinds of ways) or an array of piercings on the outer labia. Kinksters with multiple labial piercings sometimes lace them up together, as an aesthetic choice or as part of a BDSM relationship.
Whichever genital piercing you go for, it's important that you keep your new holes as clean as possible - and that you don't put too much strain on them once they're healed!
No, it can do all kinds of nerve damage and most piercers won’t do it. What people commonly think of as a clit piercing is actually a clitoral hood piercing, you can have horizontal and vertical ones, the vertical piercing is the most popular.
Does a genital piercing increase sexual pleasure?
Yes they can! It will depend on your body, you will need a consultation with a qualified piercer to work out what genital piercing is best for you or if you can have a piercing at all. Mostly the extra stimulation works for a female partner. Either their own piercing or that of their male partner can stimulate their clit or g-spot during sex. The sexual stimulation for men is very much more mental and attached to the aesthetics of the jewellery and how it can give extra pleasure to their sexual partner.
Are genital piercings painful?
Yes, they are, some more so than others. However, the pain will be worst when the piercing is happening and should elevate with time. If there is lots of pain accompanied by swelling and oozing liquids you need to see a doctor ASAP as you might have an infection.
Where can I get a genital piercing?
Not all piercers perform genital piercing, so ask around your local piercing and tattoo parlours to find those that do. Any piercer should be happy to answer all your questions and will plan a consultation with you first to check that the genital piercing you want is suitable for your anatomy.
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