No. And to be honest I don't think there is any chance of that if a guy walked towards me with a big needle!
Piercings on a guy - not my thing.
Tattoos - I do like men with tats, if they have a different/unique design and personal meaning. I like to hear about the meaning. My husband has a tattoo.
My ears are pierced although I forget to wear earrings most of the time. I've considered a tattoo near my wrist. I know the concept of what I'd want but have fear of commitment to go through with it. Hypocritically, I don't often like tats on women.
Depends. That's your opinion and that's why I'm here rather than a piercing forum!
No. And to be honest I don't think there is any chance of that if a guy walked towards me with a big needle! It's done while flaccid but the bar has to be sized to take into account the erect member.
There are two types. Clit hood is the more common one which goes through the skin above the clit. The rarer one is a Princes Albertina which goes through the clit itself, but I don't know much about it.
I just can't imagine having either done. I'm not afraid of pain but why mess with something that works. I mean really. This would be the last thing I would ever pierce.
Well, I wish I would have read through the whole thread first. I looked up the "Prince Albert" on wikipedia before the warning post about midway through. ARGH! NO! Sorry, that is something that I wouldn't find in the least attractive at all. I would not want my H to mutilate himself like that for any amount of pleasure's sake.
I really think that the human body is a work of art in and of itself. I know that some people see it as a blank canvas. I see it as an already completed work of art that needs no further embellishment. My mind, however, is a blank canvas and has some room for improvement.
Therefore, I prefer au naturel - no embellishments, adornments, or detractants of any kind are necessary - just your own naked glory.
Yes you did, Sigma. Why is it that when someone warns me not to look at something, it's almost impossible for me to resist looking?
As for the tongue piercing, to each his own. However, since the op thinks that someone coming at him with a needle is unappealing, I'd advise against it. Dental work to restore a fractured tooth caused by a tongue stud usually requires a needle. Posted via Mobile Device
First, an observation -- It seems to be true to me that piercings and tattoos are more of a girl thing. What I mean by that is that a lot more women than men seem to find them attractive. In nearly every discussion I have heard or read about this topic, there are women who say they find tattoos and (sometimes) piercings are attractive on the opposite sex. It's pretty rare that a woman will say she finds it unattractive, but in every discussion there are some men who say they do not find tattoos and body piercings attractive on women.
Next, here is my opinion. Remember that it's only my opinion, and I don't mean to be offensive. To me, piercings on a man make him look like he is gay. That's just how it looks to me, although of course there's nothing wrong with being homosexual.
Regarding tattoos...Well, again this is just my opinion, and I don't want to offend anyone. When I see a man with tattoos I usually feel 'above' him on the status chain. I know that a lot of guys get tattoos to make themselves seem more tough/hardened, but it makes the opposite impression on me. When I see a guy who is really badly dressed or is wearing a shirt with stains on it, I arrogantly think to myself 'What a slob, this guy is a loser.' It's a similar impression with tattoos.
Oh *sigh* My husband had a tongue ring when we first met and he had a vibrating tongue ring to switch in...man I knew I married him for a good reason. ;-)
Obviously I'm one of those who is a fan of both tattoos and piercings, I have just one tattoo and am down to three piercings (industrial, nose and tiny stretched ears) and my husband just has one ear and one nipple now. But, from prior experience I'd recommend strongly against the PA from a female satisfaction POV, they terms to be strangely positioned against vaginal was and create rather unpleasant rubbing...I've heard this from many of my gfs as well. I'd go for an Apadravya...you know, if I had a penis. lol Posted via Mobile Device