Female clit hood piercings

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While a genital piercing may not be as common or easy as getting your ears or belly button pierced, it is a very similar process. A small hole is placed and made to insert a ring, stud, or other piece of jewelry—sometimes for aesthetic purposes, and other times for pleasure. But before deciding on a genital piercing, you should do your homework and research a bit more about what to expect, how to properly treat your genital piercing, and other important things. First, it's important to note that the term "clitoris piercing" is a bit hard to grasp and understand because clitoral glans piercings are super rare, says Angel.

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I will be piercing only fully vaccinated clients. I am continuing to do online photo anatomy consultations and piercing problem consults. Genital piercings are special because there is potential to directly affect your sexual pleasure. A poorly placed piercing can result in a missed opportunity for enhancement. Worse, a negative experience could cause you to suffer unnecessary pain, and a loss of sensation, either temporary or permanent. There are many nerve endings in small structures in this region so it is not an area with which to take risks.

Clitoral hood piercing

You can get your actual clit pierced, but getting the clitoral hood pierced is safer and more common. This is usually what people are referring to when they mention a clit piercing. The VCH, Princess Diana, or triangle piercings are the most likely to boost sensation for the piercee. The VCH and Princess Diana piercings typically use a bead that rests on and taps the clitoris, especially during stimulation of the clitoral hood or glans itself. The triangle can heighten pleasure during direct clit stim or vaginal or anal penetration.
Just as the name implies, a vertical clit hood piercing VCH is a piercing that runs vertically along the clitoral hood. Like jewelry for any other part of your body, dressing up your clit with some bling can boost your self-image — your sexual and genital self-image, that is. A study published in linked being happy with the look of your genitals to increased sexual enjoyment and sexual functioning and a more positive overall body image. Looks aside, a piercing sandwiched between the clit hood and the glans enhances clitoral stimulation through direct contact.