Clit Piercing Kips Bay
Clit piercing is a type of piercing that passes through the female clitoris and is only really possible provided the clitoris is big enough. This kind of piercing is quite uncommon and is often mistaken for clitoral hood piercing, calling it clit piercings. Since the size and shape of the clitoris is different for women, some might not be able to get this piercing don. In clit piercing Kips Bay, the clitoris is pierced either horizontally or vertically depending on the preference. Jewelry for clit piercing are curved barbells, circular barbells and ball closure rings. Due to the very good blood supply in the area, the piercing usually heals very well.
Prince Albert Piercing Kips Bay
Regarded as one of the most popular and quickly healing male genital piercings. The Prince Albert or PA piercing enters the male urethra via the underside of the glans and then exits through the urethra. Most men that have had this piercing done report that this is the least painful of male genital piercing but this can vary depending on individual anatomy and pain threshold. Jewelry used for this piercing include curved barbells and ball closure rings. The jewelry you ultimately choose will of course also depend on your individual anatomy. This piercing heals very fast provided the area is always kept clean, dry and cool. It is recommended to wear loose underwear and to temporarily abstain from any sexual activity during the healing process.
Jacob’s Ladder Piercing Kips Bay
The Jacob’s ladder piercing is a series of piercings performed up the underside of the penile shaft in order to create a ladder like look. This kind of piercing is considered hardcore and is usually done in order to improve sexual pleasure not just for them but also for their partners. Once we determine how many piercings you prefer and after checking your anatomy to determine if there is enough room for the piercings, picking out the jewelry is the next step. Usually, a 12 or 10 gauge titanium barbell with a little extra length in order to compensate for swelling is used. As with any other type of genital piercing, your anatomy will play a major role on how many frenum piercings or “rungs” of the ladder may be performed. The average in Kips Bay is around 2 to 3 but some can get as many as 10.
Christina Piercing Kips Bay
A Christina Piercing is a type of female genital piercing that passes through the top of the clitoral hood and then exits via the surface of the pubic mound. The individual anatomy of the woman plays a big role in determining whether someone can have this kind of piercing or not. It is very difficult to do on women that have a very smooth pubic area. For the jewelry, a surface piercing bar, curved barbell or ball closure ring is used for the Christina piercing. Healing is fairly quick but may be dependent on good placement. Avoid irritation by underwear or getting knocked in order to minimize the possibility of rejection.
Penis Piercing Kips Bay
Penis piercing is a general term to refer to male genital piercing. Men who request for penis piercing do so most often in order to increase sexual pleasure for them and their partners. Some of the types of penis piercing include Prince Albert, Frenum and Apadrayva and Ampalllang piercings. The person’s individual anatomy plays a major role in determining whether or not a type of genital piercing may be performed. Factors include the nature of the area, tissue as well as the choice of jewelry. Since the area has a rich blood supply, healing is relatively quick. Special care must be done after the piercing in order to prevent infection.
Reverse Prince Albert Piercing Kips Bay
The reverse Prince Albert Piercing is performed by making a midline vertical piercing that passes from the urethra upward through the top of the glans. In principle, the Reverse Prince Albert Piercing is a part of another male genital piercing called the Apadrayva, which is essentially a piercing that passes through and through the head of the penis vertically. The piercing method and jewelry for the reverse PA will depend largely on whether or not it is done as a single piercing or an extension of an already present Prince Albert piercing. This piercing is requested by men in Kips Bay who want to offer good g-spot stimulation for their partner but do not prefer a usual Prince Albert type piercing.
VCH Piercing Kips Bay
VCH piercing also known as vertical clitoral hood piercings are one of the most popular female genital piercings. The main reason why women request for the piercing is to add pleasure during sexual activities. Most women anatomically have a clitoral hood that is either partially or completely covering the clitoral glans. With VCH piercing, you can expect the jewelry to rest beneath the hood on top of the clitoris. Therefore, when there is pressure or friction or general motion in that area, the result is a more direct clitoral stimulation, due to the jewelry that is in direct contact with it.
Frenum Piercing Kips Bay
Frenum piercing is one of the more versatile forms of genital piercing and is second in terms of popularity compared to the Prince Albert. It got its name from shortening of the anatomical term frenulum – the fibrous cord of connecting tissue on the underside of the penis, where the piercing is performed. This skin connects the glans to the foreskin and the majority of it is removed during the circumcision process. What remains is what is essentially pierced for those that have already been circumcised. The conventional frenum piercing is done horizontally on the underside of the penis approximately a half an inch down the shaft from where the Prince Albert is done. It is placed opposite the groove where the head or corona joins the shaft.
Labia Piercing Kips Bay
Labia piercing is divided into inner labia and outer labia piercing, The inner labia or labia minora refer to the hairless folds of skin that extends from the bottom of the clitoral hood, within the thicker outer labia and encircling the opening of the vagina. Inner labia piercings pass through this. They are considered more pleasing from an aesthetic standpoint than stimulating, because there is no direct contact with the clitoris. However, the movement of the jewelry is considered a turn-on for many. The outer labia piercing is done on the thicker, hair covered folds of skin called the labia majora most often referred to as the outer lips.
Clitoral Hood Piercing Kips Bay
Clitoral hood piercing refers to the piercing performed on the tissue that covers the clitoris and is normally pierced vertically. You can also find horizontal clitoral hood piercings as well but are not as common as the vertical type. This piercing is often incorrectly referred to as “clit piercing” however it does not pass through the clitoris itself. Most women may be good candidates for this type of piercing but there are instances when the hood is too small. For the jewelry, curved barbells and ball closure rings are recommended but will still depend on your what works best for your particular anatomy.
Triangle Piercing Kips Bay
The triangle piercing is another female genital piercing type where the piercing is performed underneath the clitoral shaft, in the area between the urethra and clitoris. Triangle piercings do not pass deeper than the clitoris but only below it. The recommended jewelry for this piercing are curved barbells and ball closure rings but a majority of women prefer the ball closure ring. It is considered the crème de la crème of female genital piercings. Stimulation is done through the application of gentle pressure to the underside of the clitoral shaft. In order for this piercing to be done, the clitoral shaft needs to be protruding out and way from the body in order for the jewelry to be inserted snugly beneath.
Apadravya Piercing Kips Bay
Apadravya piercing is a form of vertical piercing performed through the penile head. The placement is usually through the glans near the corona and exits where a Prince Albert piercing would be. The jewelry used is a barbell type and may be quite capable of stimulating the g-spot and increasing pleasure and sensation for both. Most men request this piercing for the sexual gratification. It is as old as the Kama Sutra as there is a reference in that book that discusses this piercing. An iron cross or magic cross is created when the same person has both horizontal and vertical piercings of the glans.
Fourchette Piercing Kips Bay
Fourchette in French means “little fork,” the piercing is performed in the perineum, similar to the Guiche in the male. However, this piercing is more comfortable and practical for women as the orientation of the female genitals is vertical. In Fourchette piercing Kips Bay it can frame the lip of tissue at the back area of the vagina. The lower portion of the piercing is done between the anus and vagina, and should be situated at last ½” north of it. Women who had a midline episiotomy due to childbirth are not good candidates for this piercing because of the scarring. Women that do not possess a sizable natural lip of skin in this area are also not good candidates.
Ampallang Piercing Kips Bay
Ampallang piercing refers to the horizontal piercing through the glans. The piercing is said to have originated from the Dyaks in Borneo. As part of their culture, Dyak boys upon reaching manhood undergo a rite of passage celebrated with the placement of the palang or crossbar horizontally through the penile head. Today, the Ampallang piercing is rarely done for traditional reasons but more to increase sensation and pleasure for both the man and the woman. Depending on the penetration angle, it could potentially stimulate the g-spot of the woman. Placement of the piercing can vary and one is not normally better than the other but many men have discovered faster healing times when placed through the urethra.
Foreskin Piercing Kips Bay
Foreskin piercing can only be done on uncircumcised men. As the name implies, the piercing passes through the penile foreskin. While many genital piercings have specific anatomic prerequisites, the only requirement for this is the foreskin. Foreskin piercings may be done singly or in multiples with the latter being used for infibulation but it is generally best to wait for full healing first. Pain from this procedure is minimal and healing is expected to take around 8 to 10 weeks. A 10 gauge captive bead ring is usually suited for the initial piercing as anything less may not stand up to mild to moderate sexual activity.
Dydoe Piercing Kips Bay
In dydoe piercing, the piercings pass via the ridged edge of the head of the penis otherwise known as the coronal ridge. This piercing is normally done in pairs. The dydoe in general is not performed a lot because it has anatomic prerequisites plus the wearer also must have very flared glans in order to attempt one. This piercing is also not recommended for uncircumcised clients. Regardless, if the wearer is able to adhere to the anatomic prerequisites and even after following careful after care guidelines, there is a small chance that the piercing could migrate out during and after healing.
HCH Piercing Kips Bay
HCH or horizontal clitoral hood piercing is a piercing performed through the hood and on top of the clitoris in a horizontal manner. The piercing is normally done with a ring and preferably, the bead from the ring will rest against the clitoris, offering a stimulating sensation for the wearer. In HCH, there is an anatomic prerequisite in order to have this done and that is the hood should be able to protrude out far enough so that the ring is allowed to stay flat when the legs of the wearer are closed. One way to check if your anatomy is ok for this piercing is to stand up straight, legs closed, look down on the hood. If it is visible, chances are you are a good candidate. Talk to our professional piercers to know more.
Lorum Piercing Kips Bay
In Lorum piercing, the piercing is done at the natural dividing line between the shaft of the penis and the scrotal sac. It is actually a close relative of the frenum piercing and is also quite similar to scrotum piercing too. The tissue where the piercing is done is very stretchy and can vary considerably depending on the temperature and level of sexual arousal. Due to the variable and stretchy nature of the tissue it is important that the piercer check the spacing of planned marks prior to the actual piercing as the skin can dramatically expand when you warm up.
Pubic Piercing Kips Bay
Pubic piercing is performed on the top side of the base of the penis, where the penile shaft meets the torso. It is requested more for providing pleasure to the partner rather than the wearer himself. Its intention is to hit the clitoris, during sexual contact. The placement of pubic piercings vary and they may be done anywhere from on top of the shaft similar to a topside frenum piercing, done with a barbell to slightly back from the base, on top of the “fold,” and in the more fattier tissue of the torso, most often done using a surface bar. The ideal location is dependent as to the most stimulating spot for the partner.
Princess Albertina Piercing Kips Bay
The Princess Albertina piercing is basically the female version of the male Prince Albert piercing. In this piercing, the ring enters the urethra and then exits through the bottom approximately 3/8 “ back from the urethral meatus and then rests in the vaginal canal opening. As it sits snugly in between the inner labia, it does not interfere with any other female genital piercings that the wearer may have or want. Due to the positioning of the jewelry, vaginal penetration places pressure on the ring letting it rotate and then stimulating the nerves in the urethra. Women who have gotten the piercing found it very arousing often in words they cannot describe.
Hafada Piercing Kips Bay
Hafada piercing refers to a scrotal piercing wherein the piercing is performed on the side of the scrotum near its top. Our experienced body piercers can help assist you on the best location for the piercing so as not to rub against your underwear. For jewelry, barbells, circular barbells and ball closure rings may be worn using this kind of genital piercing. The healing process is relatively quick as long as the area is kept clean and dry. Use of non-restrictive underwear is recommended as well as abstention from sexual activity until such time that the piercing has healed completely.
Isabella Piercing Kips Bay
Isabella Piercing is an extreme form of female genital piercing. It is an extremely deep clitoral shaft piercing that begins just below the clitoris and just above the urethra, and it then goes through the clitoral shaft, finally exiting at the top of the hood. Since this type of piercing intersects the shaft of the clitoris, it is very high risk for nerve damage and therefore quite extremely rarely done. Also, the wearer needs to have anatomic prerequisites in order to have this done. The nerve damage may result due to piercing a clitoris that is quite small or as a result of piercing through the clitoral shaft and through the dorsal nerve. Excessive bleeding resulting to blood loss may occur as a result of this piercing.
Guiche Piercing Kips Bay
A Guiche piercing is a type of scrotum piercing that is placed along the perineal area in the space between the anus and the back of the scrotum. Piercing location is very important as a correctly placed Guiche can provide good stimulation to the wearer. The best placement for this type of piercing is the area of the prostate where the tug of the weight of the jewelry can provide the best sensation. Ask our piercers to assist you in finding the best spot for this piercing. The sensation can be quite sensual and may be fun for your partner to play around with as long as it has fully healed.
Nefertiti Piercing Kips Bay
The Nefertiti piercing is a relatively new piercing first done at the end of the 1990s as a modification for the riskier Isabella piercing. It is effectively an extension of the Christina piercing, which runs from below the clitoral hood upward to the end of the pubic bone. The placement is on the pubic mound, while the bottom lies just on top of the clitoris and beneath the clitoral hood. It can be seen as a blend of the VCH and the Christina piercing with a considerably lengthier piercing canal. It takes normally around 3 to 4 months for this piercing to heal.
Glans Piercing Kips Bay
In glans piercing the piercing passes through the glans penis. It is a type of male genital piercing that includes the Ampallang, where the piercing passes horizontally, the Apadrayva, a piercing that passes through the glans in a vertical fashion. You also have the Prince Albert piercing where it is situated on the underside of the penis instantly behind the glans. The reverse Prince Albert piercing calls for the piercing to pass through the dorsal or topside of the glans. Lastly, the dydoe, which passes through the coronal rim of the glans. All glans penis piercing types produce increased sensation to the male and the partner during intercourse.