Fashion and Pleasure After Pain: Intimate Piercings Go Mainstream

bodysparkleJul 6, '09

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Philadelphia Weekly featured an article on “sensual piercing” last month that got BodySparkle HQ all hot and bothered. Due to the intimate nature of this post, we’ve put it past the jump.

According to the piece,

From Prince Alberts and frenums (a barbell that’s placed on the underside of the penis where the head meets the shaft) for men, triangle and hood piercings for women (ah, we’ll let you figure those out), and nipple rings for both sexes, intimate piercings are erotic fashion statements that are thought to “enhance and stimulate” your love life.

What’s more, anyone can have an intimate piercing — and it might not be who you would think:

… these days anyone might have piercings in intimate places—the mail carrier, the girl who works at the corner store, your landlord, your kids’ anthropology professor. The phenomenon is growing in popularity and is no longer relegated to fetishists or the hardcore

So, tell us BodySparklers, do you have any intimate piercings? Shhh… we won’t tell!

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