What the difference between a clitoral piercing and a hood piercing? Does the labia hurt more than the hood? Did Princess Diana have a genital piercing to get one named after her? Okay we don't really answer that last one, but we have a lot of questions this episode as we talk about genital piercings with Anna!
Random piercing shops genital piercings disclaimer:
A genital piercing is often looked upon as being more painful or harder to heal than other piercings. They really aren’t. Our genitals are very vascular, which aids in healing, and since they are shielded by clothing they aren’t exposed to the environmental hazards that other parts of our body are. Of course that does not mean you should mistreat or neglect your new body piercing. By all means practice common sense!
Our genitals (much like our ears) are very unique to us. A piercing that is suited for one person may not be comfortable for another. With that in mind, our body piercers will work with you to find the piercing that is best for you.
Before taking the plunge here are a few questions you should ask yourself: Are you interested in aesthetics or stimulation? Are you considering getting another piercing in that area in the future? Is this piercing for your enjoyment or for your partner? These are just a few of the questions our piercers will ask you and of course any information you would like to offer will be helpful. These answers will help us to determine the best placement in the area you would like pierced and the type of jewelry that will be most beneficial to all of those involved.