Healing Time of Penis Piercings

PAPenis piercings and male genital piercings in general are more popular than some people may think. If you are interested in these piercings, fear not: there are many reliable and knowledgeable piercers who know how to perform them perfectly. In other words, if you wish to have a penis piercing you can get one without a problem.

That being said, keep in mind that genital piercings are different than “regular” piercings in some ways. First of all, they are performed on a more sensitive body part, and while many are not as painful as they look, they do need some extra care during the healing time. Also, not all piercers are experienced with these piercings so you need to find a studio and a piercer who knows how to perform male genital piercings without a problem.

One of the main … read more

Different Types of Prince Albert Piercings

price albert piercingPrince Albert is probably the most famous genital piercing in the world. In fact, when people talk about male genital piercings, chances are that they think about PA. While this is not correct the confusion is understandable, due to huge popularity of PA piercing.

What is important to know is that there are actually several types of PA piercings, only one of them being “standard” PA that is so common. This piercing type has one major variant and a completely different piercing type that shares a similar name, so it is important to understand their similarities and differences.

Standard Prince Albert

A Standard PA piercing is the most popular form. This is a male genital piercing that uses urethral opening as one of the holes while the other hole is performed on the underside of the glans. It … read more

Why is Reverse PA Piercing Less Popular than Regular PA?

Why is Reverse PA Piercing Less Popular than Regular PAThe Reverse Prince Albert piercing (also known as Reverse PA) is among the most popular male genital piercings in the world. Even so, it is less popular than the regular PA piercing, and some people wonder why it’s so.

The first thing you need to understand is that a Reverse PA is a good piercing, so if this is what you like and want to have, there is no reason why you shouldn’t.

Of course, it will depend on your anatomy and some other things, but most men are able to accommodate Reverse PA so it should not be a problem.

Reverse PA Piercing

The Reverse PA piercing is exactly what it sounds, at least visually. Just like regular PA piercing starts in the urethra (pee hole) and exits on the underside of the penis, Reverse PA takes the opposite … read more

Frenum Ladder

Frenum LadderFrenum Ladder is a male genital piercing consisting of multiple frenum piercings along the penis shaft. It is not uncommon for men to have their whole underside of the penis covered in piercings.

As such, Frenum Ladder is not a separate piercing type, but many piercings made at a specific location. While each of the individual frenum piercings is a piercing for itself, typically with its own jewelry, all of them are considered a part of the Frenum Ladder they belong to.

Frenum Ladder is also known as Jacob’s Ladder, so you may find information about this piercing under this name.

Building a Frenum Ladder

Frenum Ladder consists of individual frenum piercings parallel to each other. Typically, frenum piercings go all the way down the shaft of the penis on the underside. Since these are basically multiple frenum piercings the … read more

Ampallang vs Apadravya

Ampallang vs ApadravyaAmpallang and Apadravya are among the most popular male genital piercings. While they are not so common and popular like Prince Albert (PA) piercing they are certainly among the most famous penis piercings in the world. They are also functional piercings, which mean they can be used to enhance pleasure for the wearer and his partner during sex. It is therefore not surprising that there are so many men interested in this piercing type.

There are many similarities between these two piercing types, but also some notable differences. This article presents them both and highlights the main features of the each piercing to help you decide which one is the best for you. At the same time, keep in mind that you don’t have to decide: it is perfectly possible to have both on your penis if this is … read more

Penis Piercings and Anal Sex: How to Prevent Discomfort

Jacobs_LadderBosendorfer: I need help! I’m a gay male (bottom) and have started seeing a guy who has a Jacob’s Ladder piercing (4 bars.) Sometimes I can take it, but often I just can’t. I try to live by a “never complain, never explain” attitude but some days I just feel torn up during the process and afterward. Is there some way I can take it more easily? Am I being a giant puss wagon about this?! I want to see what I can do on my end first before I suggest removing it =/. I’m starting to really dig this dude and I just don’t want to dilute his love for kink with too much vanilla… Some people just don’t care for Häagen Dazs ¯\_(?)_/¯!

Sex with genital piercings is exciting and can bring pleasure to a completely new level. … read more

Dydoe Piercing

Dydoe PiercingDydoe is one of the more “exotic” male genital piercings, but it’s popular among many men who are looking for a unique penis piercing. As such, there are many men who have dydoe piercing performed, either alone or in pairs. Also, many people who have a dydoe piercing also have another genital piercing, though this is not a rule.

A dydoe piercing is done on the rim of the penis glans. Dydoe is known as a functional piercing: it can enhance the pleasure for both the wearer and his partner during intercourse.

Placement and Procedure

Dydoe is a rim piercing, that is, it is done on the rim of the penis head. While it can be done alone, most men choose to have dydoe done in pairs, one piercing on the each side of the penis head. However, … read more

Kuno Piercing

Kuno PiercingThe Kuno Piercing is a male genital piercing done on the foreskin. It is a relatively simple and painless procedure and it makes for a very unique piercing. Only men who are not circumcised can get a Kuno piercing.

Kuno piercing is not just a simple foreskin piercing. It is done on the precise spot on the foreskin, just under the end of the foreskin near the penis head. Since the hole is made on this spot, and due to the position of the jewelry, this piercing resembles a Prince Albert piercing, but only from afar.

The Procedure

Almost any man who is not circumcised can get a Kuno piercing. The procedure itself is quick and doesn’t hurt much, so even those who are not fans of complex piercings can get this one. If the idea of a penis … read more

Dolphin Piercing

Dolphin PiercingDolphin piercing is a somewhat new procedure that is gaining more popularity in recent years. Many men who like their Prince Albert piercing also prefer a deeper placement, so the new form of a piercing was invented to accommodate these users and to produce different visual and sexual effects.

Piercing and Procedure

In many ways, Dolphin piercings resembles Prince Albert piercings. The main difference is the placement. Both types of piercing may use urethral opening at the tip of the penis as the first hole for the piercing, though typical Dolphin piercing uses the regular PA exit hole on the underside of the penis as its first hole. This way, a Dolphin piercing starts where PA piercing ends, just below the glans on the underside of the penis.

A typical Dolphin piercing exits further down the shaft, in a … read more

Enjoying the Apadravya Piercing

ApadravyaThe Apadravya is one of the most famous male genital piercings. Known as “vertical penis piercing”, Apadravya intrigues many people who are interested in this type of body modification. It’s important to note that while Apadravya is not a rare piercing (in fact, it’s one of the more common penis piercings), there are many people who still don’t know enough about it.

About Apadravya Piercing

The Apadravya piercing is a vertical glans piercing. It means that the piercing hole and jewelry pass vertically through the penis glans. The jewelry enters on the top of the penis glans and it exits on the underside of the penis.

This piercing is almost always placed centrally, and it passes through the urethra. Since the urethra is a natural opening on itself, the Apadravya doesn’t create a new hole through the whole glans … read more