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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Prince Albert Piercing

Cammies has a friend who has a piercing through his penis. He loves this piercing, and has nothing but positive things to say about it. Cammies thought it would be a great idea to incorporate this pride and love of an unusual piercing to a great project: The Penis Project. 


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What in the world would possess myself to get, or even want, a piercing through my penis? That’s a question I have heard many people ask me; promptly followed by a flood of questions to learn more about this outlandish piercing, the inquiring curiosities get more and vaguer with the amount asked, beating around the bush (pun intended). Finally, the last inevitable question is asked: can I see it? 

I have always been fascinated by getting my penis pierced, yet could never get the balls to just go do it. There were many things holding me back at the time. Pain: does it hurt and how bad, can something go wrong, is there a real benefit, will anyone still want to sleep with me, how is it even done?

First thing I began to do is research - I spent at least 5 years off and on looking up everything on the internet, ranging from the traditional Prince Albert (PA), reverse Prince Albert, Ampallang, and Apadravya piercing. I was surprised at how many ways with different piercings there are (the four are just a small amount of type of piercings that one can get). However, those four were what intrigued me the most. It didn’t take very long to decide on going with a traditional PA - it had been around the longest, not to mention most common for men to have, and does not require one to find a specialized piercer.

Whenever getting any kind of piercing there is always side effects; I don’t care what anyone says. Some can be very minimal, others can dramatically change your physicality. As for the PA, the only major thing that can go wrong, assuming the piercer is clean and sterile, is some loss of sensation. Risks fall on more the person getting it done than the piercer; if not kept clean, infection would only be the other real issue.

Pain: some enjoy it, others faint at the thought. I was definitely not afraid of pain, I assured myself that I have felt much more pain, and I could handle whatever the piercing would feel like; however, when talking about my penis, I really had to question if I wanted to subject myself to pain in such a sensitive area. I had the luxury of having a friend who has had his PA for a while, and asked him if it was worth it. Smirking, he replied, “yeah.” He is quite proud of this piercing, and encourages any man to get it. That was enough of a deciding factor to go for it, especially at the point of my life that I was in.

Walking into my local piercing studio, I asked if he could do a PA today. I went to the same piercer that my friend had went to. Once all the paperwork had been filled out, he took me back to his booth, and much to my surprise we sat talking about all the whole process from beginning to end: what to expect, how to breathe, what his process of piercing was. That alone help put me at great ease. As the piercer began to do the actual piercing, he had to put a catch tube partly down the urethra; it created a very interesting pain, like a sharp tingling point (almost like a burning pee or more painful than getting soap in your urethra). However, that is the worst part of the whole experience (not including foregoing sex or masturbation for two weeks; to which I only lasted 9 days). That first time was slightly painful - more so because I did not wait the full amount of time that I was instructed (I don’t always do what I’m told).


Once my PA was healed, I was all over myself.  The pleasure increased with every orgasm, feeling new sensations every time, not to mention different sensations with different jewelry. I didn’t know it was even possible to feel that kind of ecstasy. It starts at the very tip, almost like a vibrator on the head, as it travels down the shaft continually tingling through the very core, or the urethra. As it vibrates more and more, the sting gets even powerful with every stroke with the jewelry that I prefer, which takes more concentration to turn what some may consider pain into a superior ecstasy. (Again, that is the jewelry that I prefer – there is more stimulus, more exhilaration for me to have a measure of pain.) I will pick up speed, and then slows down, to enjoy the new sensitivity running through my body. When I do reach the point of rapture, I will often have to catch my breath, and ponder upon the newest revelations that has occurred.

4 comments:

  1. Excellent post.
    I have talked with my piercer as well a time or two about getting one. One step at a time for me right now, but one day in the not to far future that is so on my to do list.
    My only question that come to mind is does it affect you when you go pee? Oh and is it hard to keep clean?
    Thanks again for this fun post

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  2. As LR said excellent post and thank you for writing it and sharing it as part of our project. Even having considered a PA a few years back I learned a lot. I had never considered the effect on the man's orgasm but only the woman's. Fascinating.


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  3. Really interesting to read; my wife has banned me from having ANY piercings as she doesn't like them and I am not sure i would be able to cope with the pain!

    But intrigued nevertheless! :)

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  4. I went with my brother when we got his PA piercing. He had to eventually get it (and his other piercings) removed because of all his operations - and the many MRIs etc that went along with it. Loved it while he had it, but after it was out he peed through multiple holes! This amused him no end :)

    xx Dee

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