Friday, December 2, 2016

Cock Piercing

A guy who has recently found this blog has asked about cock piercing.

"Hello, I just recently started to read your blog. I haven't gotten through much of it. Sometimes I see you can answer questions on it. So my question for you is can you post an answer on getting your penis pierced. Not really an answer but the views on most of it. I know that its looks erotic but most don't know the disadvantage of it. Please let me and others know more of it just being erotic. Thanks.

Not having any, I admittedly don't know much about them, so I shall turn it over to all you folks out there who have experience with this. Do you find them erotic to look at?
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 Doesn't  Prince Albert rather block the shooting of cum?
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Do you get any kind of added sensual sensations from them?
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 Any downside to any type of piercing (other than the possibility of them getting caught on something and being ripped out)?
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 Isn't penetrative sex uncomfortable?
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With the Prince Albert, like this dude below, isn't it difficult to piss?
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 Ladies, what do you think?
Have a great weekend, everyone!


15 comments:

Xersex said...

ladies and men, what do you think? I don't like to suck a dick with Prince Albert or something similar. And I have to admit that kind of piercing are quite disgusting! to suck and see!!!

Patrick said...

Never had a penis piercing! Had a tit ring for a while! Enjoy your weekend! Summer has arrived 36C here yesterday!

mistress maddie said...

That's one think I can't get past. A piercing. Does absolutely nothing for me.

Stanley Ulbrych said...

Speaking for myself.....I don't have one, don't want one, and really don't like a partner that has any. If you are preforming oral on a guy, you have to proceed with caution otherwise you may have a chipped tooth......No it has not happened to me.

SickoRicko said...

A heavy Prince Albert looks interesting but I'm sure the pissing ain't as "smooth". As for some of the examples you've shown here, they've gone a little overboard. Not appealing to me at all, but, hey, whatever floats one's boat.

Matt said...

Whoa! Some of these piercings are quite extreme.

RockHard said...

How in the name of all that's holy can anyone find that erotic? It hurts my eyes to look and it makes my brain hurt to even think about it. Even so, to each his own. I'd never judge anyone for it. My body was born with the correct number of holes. I appreciate your willingness to help those who have questions about anything. Reading about it on the net is one thing. Then to read personal stories here is quite another. Much better, I think.

French Patrick said...

I managed to dissuade my lover from it, I hope to manage to dissuade your reader from it. It is never desirable to go against the nature. The best is to stick to facts.
Risks: The most important thing you can do when getting a penis piercing is to find an experienced piercer who is licensed and reputable. Unfortunately the body modification industry isn't regulated as heavily as it should be. As with any other piercing or tattoo, getting your body art from an unlicensed artist greatly increases your chances of catching a serious infection or communicable disease. An experienced piercer can also cause irreparable damage to one of the most sensitive, and important, parts of your body. General care: Most all of these piercings come with a minimum of one week without sex as exchanging body fluids, sweat, and sex friction is a great way to develop a nasty infection. If untreated, a serious infection can result in permanent tissue damage or, in the worst case scenario, amputation or death. Even after this initial abstinence period, you should exercise extreme caution when having sex. You should wear a condom even with your monogamous partner for as long as the piercing is still healing: anywhere from 4 to 12 months. Oral Sex: Until the piercing is fully healed, any body fluids such as saliva or sweat can cause infection. If engaging in oral sex, you should wear a condom and otherwise clean yourself regularly with antibacterial soap.
Erectile tissue: If the piercing accidentally goes too deep, it can damage your erectile tissue. This may result in a curved erection or increased difficulty getting and sustaining an erection. Scrotum piercings: Any male genital piercing that is not on the shaft of the penis is particularly prone to infection due to increased perspiration and a lack of ventilation. The Guiche, which is positioned between the anus and the scrotum, is especially at risk. Also, this type of piercing isn't recommended for anyone who sits for much of the day, as this may irritate the piercing. While the scrotum offers plenty of places for a piercing, it is extremely important that the piercing be shallow and not puncture the scrotum sac, as this will dramatically increase the chances of infection.
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French Patrick said...

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Difficulties with Safe Sex: Until the piercing is fully healed it will offer an open wound that leaves your penis more susceptible to infections and STDs. Even after the piercing is healed, any slight tear during sex will open up the problem anew. Also, some believe that shaft piercings, particularly barbells, increase the risk of the condom catching on the metal and tearing. Urethra/Urination: The good thing about get a piercing that passes through your urethra is that your urine acts as a sterilizing agent, helping to clean the wound. However, even though the Prince Albert is the most popular penis piercing, these deep piercings come with a number of problems. Some men with a Prince Albert prefer to sit when they urinate to reduce the dribble and splatter effect the piercing has on their urine stream. This piercing also has the potential of angering your partner who has to deal with your urine splattering the toilet seat. Once the piercing is removed, it's common for the urine flow to be diverted through the hole left by the jewelry. Some men merely cover this flute hole with their finger until it heals. Others may have to seek a minor plastic surgery to permanently close the gap. These piercings can also cause a narrowing of the urethra due to scar tissue, making it more difficult to use the bathroom. Urethra piercings also come with an increased chance of urinary tract infections. Ripping and tearing: The motivation behind many of these piercings is to increase sexual pleasure for you and your partner by increasing friction. Unfortunately this same friction can cause the piercing to tear the skin or be ripped out. Shallow piercings like the Frenum and the Dydoe are particularly susceptible to being ripped out during rough sex. However, even a piercing as deep as the Prince Albert can get caught and cause a tear. In addition to unsightly and pragmatic scar tissue, if the bead end of a barbell comes undone during sex, the barb can inflict serious puncture wounds on you or your partner.

Jean WM said...

Nope! It may appeal to some but what you already have does not need any enhancements. Do these do anything for the wearer?? I wonder how many ER stories there are about these devices, my first thought how many get swallowed!! 😝

Bisous Pat, and French Patrick great news about Quentin's progress!

Anonymous said...

From a purely aesthetic perspective, it does nothing for me.

Anonymous said...

Never liked them on someone. MAYBE a small one on a nipple. Speaking from experience, never on the head of the penis. If you not careful you can chip a tooth.

Anonymous said...

As someone that has had a prince albert piercing for more than 10 years, I can comment on the positive experience I have had. For me it has added another level of sensation, during sexual activity or even when just walking around without underwear. Sexual activity is not impacted, if my partner of that experience does not want it, it simply comes out in less than 5 seconds. The complete healing was fairly short (2 weeks) and did not impact my sexual activity after the first 3 days--masturbation and intercourse with a condom. Urinating is not as impacted as implied in the other posts, you simply use the ball on the ring to close off the bottom hole, turn the penis over and urinate regularly. I used online resources to investigate and locate a certified piercer and went to the shop to view their sterilization process--an autoclave used in medical centers, needles are never reused. The sterile technique was excellent. Like anything, do your research. I have never had a damaging experience to myself or another individual. But, like anything, it is important to be responsible for this added accessory. Some of the picture posts are of those into extreme piercing, most other pierced men I know are not that extreme in the number of piercings...but to each their own. Overall my experience is very positive. Do your own research and make an informed decision for yourself.

whkattk said...

@ MFP - Thank you, mon ami, for a very complete report on this topic. Anyone considering getting the cock pierced should fully know the dangers. Your statement about the tattoo/piercing shops not being regulated is true, as well. Not every "artist" is careful about sterilization of equipment. A prospective client should always do a good job of looking around the shop for proper cleanliness before forging ahead. Bisou!

whkattk said...

@ Anon (7:27) - Thank you for your well-thought response. I was hoping we'd get someone who was pierced and could shed some light on it!