Prince’s Wands

Prince Albert Wands are very stimulating sex toys. They are specially designed for men with PA piercing, though there are those designed for men who don’t have a PA piercing: these wands simulate the appearance of a pierced penis and provide pleasurable sensations.

These wands are made to be inserted into the urethra to stimulate it. Wands designed for pierced penis have a special post that goes through your PA piercing. This way, it works both as a piercing jewelry and a penis plug for urethral stimulation.

Wands made for non-pierced penises often have a glans ring that makes the
toy sit securely on place, so there’s no risk of the toy sliding out, which is sometimes a problem with typical penis plugs.

The Design

There are many different designs of prince’s wands, as well as many different sizes … read more

A post from another friend of TheChainGang.com

Wolf & fellow members.
i’ve had a traditional PA for many years.  it never seemed to take long to stretch up to the next size & (pardon the pun), but i was excited when the next bigger size slipped in!

i have always stuck with surgical steel for all my piercings (currently including 8 ga and 4 ga).  For several years now, i have been able to use a 00g curved (banana) barbell but it does still get touchy when i leave it in for a while or if play gets heavy.  i’m assuming because of the weight of the jewelry. i even toned down the actual length of the bar but that’s still a lot of weight on a tender, thin spot.

Should i switch to titanium (like the metal look) which is lighter or get myself pierced out … read more

PA Stretching Advice subbmitted by Wolf

Hi,
Concerning PA stretching, especially for larger gauge (00 and beyond), – a painful pleasure as it simply is-, the utmost sensitive skin in the PA piercing will likely be irritated and possibly somewhat inflamed upon successful
insertion of the new, heavy jewelry.

The day after the stretching could become uncomfortable with sometimes extremely slow progress for less pain in days to come when jewelry moves or is bumped.
With heavy PA jewelry, wearing a jock strap with the jewelry nested down at the balls (rather than up) also helps manage less movement.
It is important to shower/bath jewelry morning and evening, for some type of tiny crust could develop and cause serious pain upon movement.

I also elected to use anti-inflammatory Ibuprofen 200mg 2x a day, and may be another one later in the night.

This does help amazingly … read more