• Bad Kitty gets her clit pierced

    Holy cow, I've just had a horizontal clit hood piercing. I've got a captive bead ring pierced into my clitoral hood and it looks sexy as hell.

    It feels a bit strange right now and my clit looks a little bigger than usual, but apparently that's because of the increased flow of blood.

    My clit is quite large anyway and it sticks out from my, ahem, lips, which is great for clitoral piercing because piercing a clit that's too small could result in nerve damage apparently.


    I swear my clit is more sensitive than ever before, but I'm gonna have to wait a few weeks while it heals before I try it out in a sexual situation.

    It hurt like hell when I had it pierced – not to mention the fact that I had a male piercing technician to do it – but I'm into bit of pain and it's no secret that I'm an exhibitionist, so I managed to get through it just fine.

    The technician said that clit piercing makes masturbation, oral sex and penetrative sex much more intense because of the way the bead (ring) is positioned on top of the clit, so I can't wait to try out all of those with my new piercing in place...

    Comments (2)

    • Gitch: February 17, 2008 19:12
      Your message made me real horney. Tell me how it feels and I'm gonna get my clit pierced too. Is the clit hoot just above the acutal clit??

    • Graham: August 10, 2008 19:27
      I'm amazed that so many people know so little about their own anatomy.

      The hood is like an inverted V where the labial lips meet above the clitoris. It normally serves to protect that sensitive organ from being permanently stimulated by contact with clothes, etc.

      Piercing across the hood and inserting a ring is the most popular female genital modification because the ball which closes the ring hangs down onto the clit if it's placed correctly and it not only looks good, it allows more direct stimulation of the clit during foreplay and sex.

      The same area is often pierced vertically and a barbell style ornament used to give a similar stimulating effect - it all depends on what fits best on your body.

      It's often said that genital jewellery also acts like a signpost to show your partner where to focus their attentions...

      The actual clitoris is usually too small to be pierced and even the smallest ring or bar tends to pull the clitoris forwards all the time, so the sensations would be too intrusive for long-term wear. On the other hand, if you're fortunate enough to be well endowed in that area, there's no reason why it shouldn't be just as successful as the hood.

      Inverted nipples can often benefit from being pierced, as the jewellery is fitted to stretch the tissues to a more normal position. They also look good and intensify the sensations, so why not do it for fun?

      All of the above piercings can be used as the anchoring points for other ornaments, chains, strings of beads, etc., for temporary wear and fun - the degree of stimulation is entirely up to the wearer, so experiment...

      Talk to your friends and find a piercer with a good reputation. Take their advice and go for it.

      Genital piercings are not just for the ladies - I have the male equivalent of a hood piercing - it's often called a Prince Albert, though there's no proof that Queen Victoria's husband had one. Gentlemen did have their penises pierced in Victorian times and long before - a small ring through the tip served to keep the foreskin back, helping hygiene. It was also used to secure the penis to the leg to preserve the fashionable line of the tight trousers they wore, but there's no doubt that it also enhances the pleasure of both partners during sex.

      The head of the penis ( glans ) is the male equivalent to the clitoris, but it is much easier to pierce and definitely becomes more sensitive as a result, so if your partner asks you to have your nipples or genitals pierced, you can easily say 'I will if you will' and wait for his reaction.

      Whatever you decide, remember it's all for your pleasure and you can take them out if you don't like it - not like having a tattoo...

      All the best, Graham.

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