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Male genital piercing

Male genital piercing

There are multiple areas that can be pierced. Possible piercing sites on the male genitalia include the glans, the skin of the penis shaft, the scrotum or the perineum. This form the male genital piercing and genital cosmetic. There are many genital piercing benefits. The Female Genital Piercing is discussed here.

 

Glans penis

The glans penis form the most frequent chosen site. Piercings through the glans of the penis include the ampallang and the apadravya. The ampallang piercing passes horizontally, and the apadravya piercing, that passes vertically through the glans.

The Prince Albert piercing is situated on the dorsal side of the glans penis. While the reverse Prince Albert piercing passes through the ventral side of the glans penis.

The dydoe pierces through the coronal rim of the glans. It gather a smaller chunk of the glans tissue as compared to the other listed above.

With the exception of the dydoe, all these piercings traditionally pass through the urethra. So all the glans piercing are preferred to pass through the urethra for better sensation. This is preferred because the healing time, and incidence of infection is reduced by the flow of sterile urine.

 

As the piercing all passes through the urethra, these piercings provide increased stimulation during intercourse to the male (who is carrying the piercing) due to the movement of the piercing that trigger the urethral sensation. Furthermore, the passage of the ejaculate through the urethral canal also heightened the exhilarating sense of satisfaction and orgasm. Additionally, the male movement of the penis inside the vagina with the piercing also stimulate the lady’s G spot which is lying one inches under and behind the female urethra. Therefore, the lady partner also get heightened satisfaction and orgasm.

The piercings through the head of the penis, or the glans, are the genital piercings with the best-documented historical evidence. Much document have been written about this area of interest.

 

 

 

Ampallang piercing The glans penis form the most frequent chosen site. Piercings through the glans of the penis include the ampallang and the apadravya. The ampallang piercing passes horizontally, and the apadravya piercing, that passes vertically through the glans.

Ampallang piercing
The glans penis form the most frequent chosen site.
Piercings through the glans of the penis include the ampallang and the apadravya.
The ampallang piercing passes horizontally, and the apadravya piercing, that passes vertically through the glans.

Ampallang piercing

 

Apadravya Piercing The glans penis form the most frequent chosen site. Piercings through the glans of the penis include the ampallang and the apadravya. The ampallang piercing passes horizontally, and the apadravya piercing, that passes vertically through the glans.

Apadravya Piercing
The glans penis form the most frequent chosen site.
Piercings through the glans of the penis include the ampallang and the apadravya.
The ampallang piercing passes horizontally, and the apadravya piercing, that passes vertically through the glans.

Apadravya piercing

 

 

 

Dydoe piercing The dydoe pierces through the coronal rim of the glans. It gather a smaller chunk of the glans tissue as compared to the other listed above.

Dydoe piercing
The dydoe pierces through the coronal rim of the glans.
It gather a smaller chunk of the glans tissue as compared to the other listed above.

Dydoe piercing

 

 

 

Prince Albert piercing Prince Albert piercing is situated on the dorsal side of the glans penis. While the reverse Prince Albert piercing passes through the ventral side of the glans penis.

Reverse Prince Albert piercing
Prince Albert piercing is situated on the dorsal side of the glans penis.
While the reverse Prince Albert piercing passes through the ventral side of the glans penis.

Reverse Prince Albert piercing pierces the glans dorsally or upper surfaces and out through the urethra.

 

 

 

Reverse Prince Albert piercing Prince Albert piercing is situated on the dorsal side of the glans penis. While the reverse Prince Albert piercing passes through the ventral side of the glans penis.

Prince Albert piercing
Prince Albert piercing is situated on the dorsal or upper side of the glans penis.
While the reverse Prince Albert piercing passes through the ventral side of the glans penis.

Prince Albert piercing pierces the glans from the ventral or under-surfaces of the penis.

 

 

Skin of the penis shaft and scrotum

Foreskin piercing: Piercing of the skin of the penis obviously will be behind the glans penis. Commonly, the foreskin piercing passes through the penile prepuce on the dorsal, ventral or lateral side. However, this can only be done for people with lots of foreskin. It can only be applied if the male is not circumcised.

The frenum piercing passes through the penile frenum. The frenum is a small skin bridge that connects the glans with the shaft skin. The frenum is pulled and tightened during intercourse. This anatomical part is also often missing in circumcised men.

Hafada Piercing: The hafada piercing can also be called scrotal piercing is situated on the skin of the scrotum.

Lorum Piercing: As an intermediate version between frenulum and hafada, the lorum piercing (low frenum) sits at the point where penis and scrotum connect. This is the junction, angle between penis shaft and the scrotum.

The Jacob’s Ladder is a ladder from frenum to scrotum.

The guiche piercing is a body piercing on the perineum. These piercings play a lesser role in adding stimulation and more or less fulfill only a decorative purpose.

 

Foreskin piercing Foreskin piercing: Piercing of the skin of the penis obviously will be behind the glans penis. Commonly, the foreskin piercing passes through the penile prepuce on the dorsal, ventral or lateral side. However, this can only be done for people with lots of foreskin. It can only be applied if the male is not circumcised.

Foreskin piercing
Foreskin piercing: Piercing of the skin of the penis obviously will be behind the glans penis.
Commonly, the foreskin piercing passes through the penile prepuce on the dorsal, ventral or lateral side.
However, this can only be done for people with lots of foreskin.
It can only be applied if the male is not circumcised.

Foreskin piercing

 

 

 

Frenum Piercing The frenum piercing passes through the penile frenum. The frenum is a small skin bridge that connects the glans with the shaft skin. The frenum is pulled and tightened during intercourse. This anatomical part is also often missing in circumcised men.

Frenum Piercing
The frenum piercing passes through the penile frenum.
The frenum is a small skin bridge that connects the glans with the shaft skin.
The frenum is pulled and tightened during intercourse.
This anatomical part is also often missing in circumcised men.

Frenum piercing

 

 

 

Lorum Piercing: As an intermediate version between frenulum and hafada, the lorum piercing (low frenum) sits at the point where penis and scrotum connect. This is the junction, angle between penis shaft and the scrotum.

Lorum Piercing:
As an intermediate version between frenulum and hafada, the lorum piercing (low frenum) sits at the point where penis and scrotum connect.
This is the junction, angle between penis shaft and the scrotum.

Lorum piercing

 

 

 

Hafada Piercing Hafada Piercing: The hafada piercing can also be called scrotal piercing is situated on the skin of the scrotum.

Hafada Piercing
Hafada Piercing:
The hafada piercing can also be called scrotal piercing is situated on the skin of the scrotum.

Hafada piercing