June 2nd, 2014
I've booked piercing tours in two new cities! Click the images below for more details and to learn how to make an appointment. (Hint: I'll need to know your preferred date and approximate time of day to come in, and a seecond choice. Plus I need to know what you wanted to get pierced.)
Don't delay! I often book up weeks or sometimes even months in advance of the actual piercing dates. So it isn't too soon to let me know if you're interested in making an appointment. You can use the Contact page to get in touch with me.
Note that I specialize in nipple and genital piercings (exclusively).
If you have questions, just ask!
May 21st, 2013
I received a message from a couple who had questions about genital piercings:
My wife would like to get a VCH piercing and we went to one local piercer in Cape Coral, FL and he said he couldn't do it. We had heard it was a good reputable place but it seems like he was nervous or uncomfortable because he didn't examine very long at all, more like a quick look and said sorry. If I sent you a picture would you be able to tell if you would be able to do it? I fly with an airline and we can travel to where ever you would be to have it done. Also, I would like to get a piercing and not sure as to whether I want a PA or or apadravya or dydoe...not concerned so much for my increased sensation but what typically feels better or more enhanced sensation on the woman during intercourse. Any suggestions? Thank you for your help.
I'll be happy to assist you as best I can from this distance.
If you are able to travel and you would like to be notified when I make travel plans in the future, please sign up for my newsletter by typing your email address into the box on the right column on any page of my site: http://piercingbible.com It is an "opt-in" list, so I can't add you myself. I frequently have clients drive or fly in from other areas when I work.
If your wife wishes to have a consultation with me for your anatomy in relation to piercing suitability, please visit this page for information: http://piercingbible.com/consultations#AnatomyConsult
October 3rd, 2012
I had a truly great time and wondreful visits in both studios. I want to thank my hosts and their staffs for all of their assistance and support. I know it makes a lot of extra work when all of my clients come through, and they worked hard to make sure everything went smootly.
I want to also thank all of the clients who came out to get pierced by me! I hope you're all enjoying your piercings and healing well.
At this point I'm planning to return to Dallas in March, as I had a waiting list of 31 clients I was unable to accommodate with appointments because I was so booked up!
If you would like to be notified when I make travel plans, please sign up for my newsletter by typing your email address into the box on the right column on any page of this site. It is an "opt-in" list, so I can't add you myself.
If you are interested in information on how to book an appointment, check out the information here.
Here are some photos of some of the work I did on the road.
September 7th, 2012
I received a message from a gentleman who was having problems with a "pubic piercing"
I would like to seek your professional opinion and consultation on my current piercing.
I have got my pubic piercing 2 months ago, but it seems to be rejected in the last few weeks (picture of initial piercing and current status are attached for your reference)
My questions are:
1. Should I take it out now and abandon the piercing? Let it healed and re-pierce later. My concern is will there be any risk to trap any bacteria in the piercing?
2. Or should I leave it there and hope it can settle with this status? The worst case will be torn out, right?
Any advice will be highly appreciated. It really makes me embarrassed as I have not encountered any piercing rejection before for all my healed piercing including PA, nipples and others…
Thanks in advance for your kind advance.
September 3rd, 2012
I received a message from a woman who has a Christina piercing that she's having some trouble with:
September 3rd, 2012
I received a message from a woman who suspected her VCH piercing wasn't properly placed as she was not experiencing any enhancements from it.
Could you have a look at the photos of my VCH piercing? I had it done a few months ago and while it hasn't caused me any bother, it hasn't had quite the "wow" factor I was expecting! If you think it is situated correctly could you recommend jewellery for it?
I live in Ireland so I travelling to one of your recommended piercers wasn't an option!
I'd really appreciate your opinion
September 1st, 2012
I received a message and photos from a woman who had concerns (rightly so!) about her new "triangle" piercing done by "the piercer who owns Big Brain here in Omaha, Nebraska":
Hi, I recieved a triangle piercing recently. Although it is very pleasing I have been doing alot of reading on your site and you had mentioned that the hood should not be pinned down and that the piercing should be pretty straight well mine is not quite like that. I got it done by a reputable pierrcer who owns Big Brain here in Omaha, Nebraska. I just wanted your opinion on whether you think migration is possible or if I would have some long term problems down the line.
August 31st, 2012
I received a message from a woman who experienced a problem with a Vertical Clitoral Hood (VCH) piercing that was almost a year old:
I've recently noticed a smallish bump under the top ball of the bar in my VCH piercing. It isn't painful to the touch, I really can't feel it at all, and nothing's coming out of it, but it's visibly noticeable . I've had the piercing for almost a year now and it healed easily without any issues at first, this is really recent. I have been taking the jewelry out for short periods of time while getting laser hair removal treatments, could is have prompted my body to start producing scar tissue? I got a taper to make the jewelry removal / reinsertion process easier thinking it might be a cause or contributing factor to the issue, but I'm not sure if I should seek out a doctor's opinion (or a piercer's?) I'm afraid a doctor will just be piercing-negative and tell me to take it out. Any advice is appreciated!