Sex & Genital Piercings

SexMany people wonder if genital piercings improve sexual experience and make it more exciting. There are also those who fear that piercing on their intimate parts will actually make them enjoy sex less, or that the piercing will make sex impossible.

There is no one straight answer to these questions, but chances are that genital piercing won’t prevent you from having sex. In fact, some of the most popular intimate piercings are made with the goal of improving sex.

Great Sex and Piercing – How?

While they may seem serious, genital piercings are usually not dangerous when it comes to sex. It means that they will not prevent you to enjoy your favorite activities (alone or with a partner). However, it’s important to understand that there will probably be some changes.

First of all, you will need to wait until the piercing starts to heal. Most people can’t wait that long, so they start having sex almost as soon as the first pain is gone. It’s better to postpone sex for a few weeks, but if you can’t wait, you need to be very careful.

Another thing you need to know is that genital piercing change the sensations in certain erogenous zones. If done correctly, most standard piercings will improve your experience. You just need to get to know your body again and learn the new ways you can give and receive pleasure.

Genital piercings are a great way to start experimenting and discover what feels good. You can share this experience with your partner. After all, genital piercings are often stimulating for your partner, too. You need to be patient and learn how to experience new pleasure and how to use your piercing and jewelry to satisfy yourself and your partner.

Genital Piercing and Oral Sex

Many people claim genital piercings greatly improve oral sex. Sometimes, it means heightened pleasure and all the news ways your partner can manipulate the jewelry with their tongue. Other times, the idea of orally pleasuring someone with a genital piercing is arousing on its own.

To have fun with oral sex, it’s best to wait until the genital piercing is fully healed. Once it’s ready, you can start experimenting with all the exciting new ways you can give and receive pleasure.

Jewelry can help a lot: it is there to touch and rub all the sensitive zones. You may use your tongue or teeth to pull and manipulate jewelry and make your partner experience new and exciting pleasures.

One word of warning: make sure that jewelry is secured and made of high-quality materials. Never give or receive oral sex if the jewelry is loose or poorly made. You don’t want jewelry caught between the teeth or swallowed. For these reasons, use only high quality, body-friendly jewelry you know it’s safe.

What about Condoms?

Safe sex is important, and condoms are there to ensure it. Genital piercings may seem to make this matter more complicated. Many men wonder if they can wear condoms during sex and if the jewelry will make condoms break.

The good news is that genital jewelry is usually not a problem for condoms. While it may seem sharp, most of the standard genital jewelry is actually pretty smooth. There are no rough edges that would make condoms to break.

In fact, you are required to wear a condom during the first stages of the healing. Fresh piercings require a condom to be present because it’s important to keep the piercing clean and without contact to other person’s bodily fluids. Not to mention that the piercing itself is very sensitive and prone to inflammation. For these reasons, wearing a condom during the first stages of healing is a must.

All in all, you shouldn’t worry about wearing a condom with your penis piercing. However, make sure that the jewelry you choose is smooth and without any ornaments or rough edges. This will minimize the chances of breakage.

Also, let’s not forget about female genital piercings. Most of them do not come in close contact with the condom itself, but some piercings (such as inner labia or fourchette) do come in contact with the penis and condom. If you have one of these piercings, make sure to always wear smooth, simple jewelry that will not scratch the condom.

Genital Piercings – Distinguishing the Facts from Myths

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Genital piercings are not as uncommon as you might think. While it is true that some people are freaked by the mere idea of getting a piercing ‘down there’, there are others who can’t think of anything more exciting and daring. Genital piercings are an expression of individuality and more and more people are now opting for them.

As is the case with anything uncommon, there are many myths attached with both male and female genital piercings. Let’s try and separate some prevalent myths from the facts:

Genital piercings hurt much more – No they don’t! Getting a hole punched in your body is bound to hurt and genital piercings hurt only as much as any other piercing would. Continue reading

Personal Area Piercings are for Pleasure

English: From top to bottom: a horizontal clit...Body Piercing is done on just about every part of your body. It’s not just the navel, or nose anymore. Genital Piercing has become much more popular then you may realize. I know some people will find this hard to believe. A  Pun intended :-) however it is a fact.

The first response of many people is “why would anyone want to do that to themselves?” The answer usually is quiet simply “for the pleasure”.

The pain associated with the different genital piercings is not as bad as you may think. The reason for this is that you are piercing through nerves that are used to sensing pleasure, and are not as receptive to pain. The major reason for most of the genital piercings done is for pleasure, so a lot of pain would defeat the whole purpose. In fact if you are looking for pain, genital piercing is not the right place to look.

Of course there are risks with these piercings just as there are with any piercing, and just about everything else that we do in life. Some of the risks are serious on a couple of the piercings, such as the Ampallang. If that one is done incorrectly you can be rendered impotent very easily. However something else to think about is that Infection is the number one side effect of a piercing and something that can cause many very serious problems due to complications. Due to the increased blood flow the genital piercings usually heal faster then other piercings. For instance, a Prince Albert Piercing can heal in 4 to 6 weeks, however a navel piercing may take up to 1 year to heal. That leaves a much larger window of time to have something go wrong, or to catch a disease that you would rather not have.

The most common cause of a “piercing gone wrong” is carelessness, ignorance, and utter disregard for another persons well being. Take the time to make sure that you know your Piercer, and that he or she is a true “Professional” in every sense of the word.

Unfortunately many studios are still operating without any autoclave and thus can not sterilize anything. Many “piercers” are not trained or licensed at all. There is not a lot of watchdog or enforcement yet in our industry the way that there is in the standard medical industry. And really even the medical profession could be better policed as well. So make sure that you watch your but for yourself, or your but may be all that you have left down there. :-)

Some of the male genital piercings are; Prince Albert ( being the most common ), Reverse Price Albert, Frenum, Dydoe, Guiche, and the Ampallang ( which is the most dangerous ).

In women, the genital piercings include; Vertical Clitoral Hood ( the most popular for females), Horizontal Clitoral Hood, Inner Labia, Outer Labia, and Triangle piercing to name a few. There are several more for both but these are some of the more common ones.

They make some very interesting pieces of jewelry for genital piercings, such as a Double Captive Curved Barbell for a Prince Albert Piercing, or a Double Bezel Set Flower for a Vertical Clitoris Piercing, so if you are looking to dress up the family Jewels or jewelry box make sure you go to a Reputable Experienced Professional Piercer. These piercings can make a big difference in you life, but it is up to you as to whether it is for the better or for the worse.