June 13th, 2011
Below is some correspondence I had with a woman who did book in to have me do her VCH piercing and a pair of outer labia piercings:
I have a question about the VCH. I pretty much need to use a vibrator on my clit if I want to orgasm (masturbation or during intercourse), and, while I've been interested in the VCH, I'm concerned that the jewelry and the vibrator will make unpleasant rattling noises when they come in contact. Are there ways around this (either with changes to the vibrator material—currently plastic—or ways of moving the jewelry around during sexual activity)? S.
It is true that contact with a vibrator against body jewelry will result in a sound, not everyone considers it unpleasant. ; ) You could try non-metallic jewelry (after healing), or, like some women, you may find that the additional direct clitoral stimulation from the jewelry makes the vibrator superfluous. Certainly nobody can make any promises, but if you're interested in the VCH, and anatomically suited to it, then I think it is worth a try. There are a lot of variables involved including unique human anatomy, body jewelry size, style, and material, personal preferences for stimulation, different sexual activities.... So it is the kind of thing you'd need to try out to see how it works for you.
May 28th, 2011
Below is my exchange with a woman who ended up getting a Horizontal Clitoral Hood (HCH) Piercing:
May 25th, 2011
I recently received this wonderful message from a reader:
May 16th, 2011
If you would like to listen to a new interview with me, you can hear it here.
Me and my friends Dirk and Princess Zoe at The Fetish Show had a great time recording it recently. We talk about all sorts of piercings and more.
Be aware that it is fetish show, and not only about piercing. So if you're into piercing, but not otherwise open minded, then you might not appreciate the show.
If you have an open mind, then check it out!
May 2nd, 2011
May 2nd, 2011
April 12th, 2011
April 7th, 2011
You did a VCH piercing for me on December 30, 2004 and, per my notes, it's a J-curve (JC 5085) 14 gauge, 1/2", 6 mm bezel cup with two teal gem stones.
I received a message froma woman I pierced who was concerned about taking her jewelry out for an MRI:
I'm having an MRI of my knee on Sunday and they want the piercing removed - which, needless to say, I'd rather not do.
I had a brain MRI done about two years ago, with piercing in place, without a problem.
The radiology tech suggested I hold a magnet to the piercing to see if it reacted - it did not, so I think I'm fine.
I think you said the metal was titanium - but not sure, and wanted to check with you before undergoing the knee MRI since it is "closer" to the genital region than my brain ...
BTW, I LOVED your book and only wish I had read it before coming to see you as I would have been much better informed and prepared - and therefore a better/easier client for you !!
Any thoughts/suggestions/feedback re: MRI would be greatly appreciated.
Let me know if/when you're planning to be in the Los Angeles area again, I would love to see you and likely get another piercing ... K.