• Boyfriend wants a PA piercing

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    LilMissRachel [sign in to see picture]
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    We watched some porn together a few weeks ago and the guy had a piercing through his penis. My boyfriend didn't say anything at the time really but has been looking at them since and places to get one done. I wouldn't have thought it would be something he would be into but he's asked me if I mind if he gets one this weekend? It looks OK to me and its his thing to get pierced but does anyone's fella have one of these or experience?

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    MondaySixteenth [sign in to see picture]
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    My fella doesn't and wouldn't but they're dandy so long as you goto a licensed professional. Make sure it's one who does check ups and gives after care advice. :)

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    I got mine "late" in life at 44 I'm a total wuss for pain but it was OK and very quick to do, I had wanted a reverse PA but went for the normal one, would still like a reverse one where the ring comes out of the top, or is that mid life crisis?

    I decided to increase the thickness of it after it had healed and over time its gone from 2.4mm thick to 12mm thick about the size of the end of your little finger so is really chunky( no issues having sex if you wondered). If he's read up on it he'll know most stuff like no sex for at least a month, at the end of the day he can always take it out if he decides its not for him but I bet he wouldn't.

    Whilst he's there why not get your bits done? either VCH or HCH or inner labia-as they heal very quickly then you both can say no for a month to sex?

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    Throbinhood [sign in to see picture]
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    No ones going near my penis with any needles lol

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    Sxleksaker [sign in to see picture]
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    Throbinhood, I also thought that it sounded a bit scary :)

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    Throbinhood [sign in to see picture]
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    Sxleksaker wrote:

    Throbinhood, I also thought that it sounded a bit scary :)

    guess if you get bored your OH could use it as a towel ring lol

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    MK7 [sign in to see picture]
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    Just make sure you're both aware of the risks and precautions you have to take with it. After all, it's not exactly reversible to put an extra hole in your todger.

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    My hubby got one about 4 years ago, not something I thought he would do but he was interested and liked my VCH since I got it done before we got married. He just decided he would like to try one and I was fully supportive and he has loved it since he got it done.

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    Alltomuch [sign in to see picture]
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    Not for me!
    Also be worried I'd get it caught on something and pull it!!
    Ouch

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    MK7 wrote:

    Just make sure you're both aware of the risks and precautions you have to take with it. After all, it's not exactly reversible to put an extra hole in your todger.

    Had mine done a few years ago, and as I took it out and forgot to put it back in it has healed over quite quickly and completely. So hardly ireversible.

    Keep thinking about getting it re-done, and some more of the less well known piercings too.

    It's not the most sensative piercing, but it is quite sensual. I'd say give it a go.
    Piercings last as long as they have jewelry in em, not exactly a full time commitment like tattoos.

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    My husband got his done a while ago. He's wanted it done since we met and finally he got the guts to go through with it. He said the actual piercing itself wasn't too painful. His willy shrivelled inside itself almost with fear! Healing was ok. Took a good few weeks. No sex to help it heal and then condoms until his ring was changed to keep it nice and clean and comfy. He's went up to 5mm but wants to go bigger.

    He loves having it. He loves the look of piercings but he has such a "pretty boy" look they don't suit him. With his PA only I know its there.

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    Sex Squid [sign in to see picture]
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    Nope nope nope nope nope nope nope

    *runs away*

    *and shouts NOPE from far away*

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    PandaAdore [sign in to see picture]
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    I personally adore them but OH crosses his legs and pulls a face like he's sucking a lemon if you mention them. He didn't have that reaction to my VCH mind :p Just make sure that you go to a good piercer and follow the aftercare instructions to the letter. A bit of restraint now will serve you both well in the long run!

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    Randy101 [sign in to see picture]
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    I have thought about a PA but as I sound it would get in the way.

    What happens when you pee?

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    Generally sit to pee, take it out to sound ( or at least for me at sizes above 8mm, am up to 14mm)

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    I must admit that this is something that I've been contemplating for a while now. My reasons are probably a bit weird for most of you though.

    I wear a chastity cage for a lot of the time but the trapped ball and cock variety can be got out of if the wearer really wants to. Now my reason for thinking about a PA is that we could use the ring to lock the cage on and it wouldn't be removable - sorry I did say it was a weird reason!

    However I've read that it can do real damage to the nerve endings in the penis so I'm hesitant.

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    LilMissRachel [sign in to see picture]
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    Well just in case anyone was looking for more information or thinking of doing this I thought I would give an update as my boyfriend did get this done in July, a couple of weeks after the original post. I thought he may forget about it but he really wanted it done so he found a place that was on an approved piercing list and we went together.

    He said it hurt but not as much as he was expecting then bled a little for first couple of days but OK after that. We live in seperate areas and although he was meant to wait longer he said he couldnt't resist masturbating after about 5 days.

    It had fully healed after about 2 months and he has been saying how much he likes it and glad he got it done. I wasn't sure if I would like it at all but I have to say it looks good and it is a nice secret to know he has it. He has a bar and a ring which we have tried for sex and both do feel very nice, nothing earth shattering but definately can tell there is something extra there. We have also tried it without it it which is fine also.

    Hopefully not TMI, and certainly a factor that anyone thinking of getting one should consider, the most interesting thing I think is now he effectively has 2 holes in his penis, when he orgasms his cum can squirt out of both holes.

    Overall he is very happy and getting this piercing has been fine for us both, although it is probably not for everyone.

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    LilMissRachel wrote:

    He has a bar and a ring which we have tried for sex and both do feel very nice, nothing earth shattering but definately can tell there is something extra there.

    You/he would be better with a ring, over time the hole stretches this can allow the bar to "go missing"/ fall out/get lost not too much of a problem unless you need to "retrieve it" or simply replace it. Over time he may wish to get a chunkier one, normal starting size is 2.4/3mm I was a bit impatient I went to 10mm thick over 2 years and am now at 12 where I'm sticking, my wife has never said there's a probem with such a large heavy ring.

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    kneejerknuke [sign in to see picture]
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    I got a PA pierced [REMOVED BY MODERATOR - UNDER AGE] I have a few hidden piercings and this is by far and away my favourite! The piercing itself did sting a bit (how could it not?!) but healed in a only a couple weeks - miles quicker than my other rings. I have been told that your pee helps to heal it which, if thats true, certainly was a factor.

    Its a fun, cheeky piercing which only you and a few select know about. That said.....all my mates know ive got mine as have happily shown it off (mostly when I was under the influence in the first year of Uni).

    Its easy to take out if you want and people, say in the changing room of a gym, wouldnt even know you've got it as stays a bit hidden if you dont have a huge ring. Ive had more (far more ;p) male partners than female over the years and nobody has ever taken a dislike to it - take it out if they do!

    Do some decent research on the places that offer it and dont put price as an issue - you really want to go to a budget place to get it done?!?! No, neither did i even as a poor [YOUNG LAD]. Make phone calls, check reviews and dont get too scared when you walk through that piercing shop door......you wont regret it.

    KJN

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    LilMissRachel [sign in to see picture]
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    Quiet ones are worse! wrote:

    You/he would be better with a ring, over time the hole stretches this can allow the bar to "go missing"/ fall out/get lost not too much of a problem unless you need to "retrieve it" or simply replace it.

    Well he settled on a ring quite quickly and that's what he has been wearing since trying the bar also at the start. He says it's comfortable and I like it also.

    It is more visible than a bar and I thought he may take it out for the gym, swimming etc but he says he has left it in and others have seen it with no comment.

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