penis piercings

Prince Albert (Penis Piercing) Questions and Answers

I received a lot of questions about Prince Albert piercings from a man who was interested in getting one. Below is our correspondence:

Hi Elayne...Saw you were going to be in Philly and I missed you at Infinite (I live in Conn.).  I'm what you  might call an "older guy (over 50) and have been putting off getting a PA for years.  Well, I'm ready but I want a seasoned pro like yourself.  Who might you recommend?  I know there are no safe piercing.org recommended in Conn., and I'll be back in my home town of Philly in late Aug.  Anyone in particular at infinite you'd recommend for a PA?  Thanks much!

Sorry I missed you in Philly last month; I would have loved to pierce you. Yes, I do have a referral at Infinite, and his name is Kellan. You'll be in good hands with him. All of my referrals information is on this page of my site:
http://piercingbible.com/piercer-referrals

Let me know how it goes, and if you do see someone I recommend, be sure to send my warmest regards.

A Shallow Vertical Clitoral Hood (VCH) Piercing With Photos

I received a message from a woman who had visited this site and she thought there was something not quite right with her VCH piercing:

I just got a vch piercing. While it seems to sit right I am concerned it is a bit too shallow.
I have attached some pictures, would you advice having it taken out/redone later?  Is there any way gauging up would help? (it is a small diameter at the moment.)

Shallow VCH with curved barShallow VCH with curved barShallow VCH with curved barShallow VCH with curved bar
My reply:


The piercing is quite far away from the apex of your hood. If you would like to have a piercing that is further from the edge of your hood (where the VCH is optimally placed) then you should remove this jewelry and have it done by a different piercer.

If you're happy with it, you can heal it, but I would NOT advise stretching, since it is shallower the it should be (closer to the edge of your hood). Though what you're wearing looks unusually small from what I can see--or at least it doesn't look proportionate to your anatomy.

Prince Albert Question (with photos)

I received a message from a gentleman who is interested in getting a Prince Albert, but he has a low urethra and expressed concern:


Penis with a low urethra/possible hypospadiasI have always considered the idea of getting a PA piercing, and recently have been wanting to have something new done. My question for you though is concerning whether or not I can even have this type of piercing done.... My concern is that the opening for my urethra is very low. I will enclose the best pic I can manage to try to give you a better idea. Thanks for any insight you can provide me!

My reply:

Fantastic Feedback

I received this wonderful email from a reader:
I am writing to say that I have received my copy of your "The Piercing Bible" !  It arrived just before the weekend so I have not read it cover to cover yet.  Having looked around through it and peeked at a couple of "close to home" topics, I felt that I should write you. I am so impressed with you and your book!  As you know, I had expected it to be a good educational tool and I had expected to enjoy it.  However, it is more than I had planned - I love the way it is organized.  For now, my favorite aspect is that you've taken the time to explain each piercing in detail and included all pertinent information, not just rudimentary details. With my financial background, I appreciate attention to detail and this is terrific.  I am reading, with great interest, details on piercing body parts that I don't even have!  LOL! How silly am I? No kidding, this is a great book and I am thoroughly looking forward to reading every word.  I so love piercings and your book is a treasure trove of knowledge.  I hope you will have a very pleasant experience at your book signings.  Although I know you don't need my opinion to validate your work, I want you to know that I remain very proud of you. Best regards, Dawn
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