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I am British — born and bred — and as a woman both moved by the cause to end the barbaric practice of FGM, and as a strident supporter of a woman's right to choose in all aspects of her life, I am particularly concerned by this new information. The biggest move toward ending FGM in the U. Activists and charity organizations alike rejoiced as it was made legal, mandatory practice for all NHS employees to report any instances of FGM they came across in their patients.
Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. The genital area is by far the most polarizing place to get pierced.
Some women may try to amp up their sex lives with a new toy, or a crazy sex position—others will get a clit piercing. Yep, rumor has it that getting some jewelry down there may pack some hot benefits. Or, at the very least, give you a sexy secret under your pants.
While you might be able to just breeze into a mall and get your ears pierced on a whim, genital piercing requires a bit more expertise and research. Thankfully, Elayne Angel, a piercer who specializes in nipple and genital piercing and the author of The Piercing Bible: The Definitive Guide to Safe Body Piercingis here to explain everything you need to know about clitoral piercings. She recommends going to an expert who can consult you and guide your placement options to determine the best for you.
Female and male genital piercings are really popular these days. Plus, many genital piercings provide sexual pleasure…but which ones? And who benefits more, men or women?
Was I seriously considering getting my clit pierced? The thought was terrifying — after all, who wants to think about a needle going anywhere close to there — but for some reason, I kept coming back to the delicate, sparkly decoration. After reading up on the many different ways women can bedazzle their vaginas, I finally settled on a vertical clitoral hood VCH piercing — a dainty and feminine option that was said to greatly enhance sexual pleasure. By far the most popular of vaginal piercings, the VCH is placed vertically through the clitoral hood so that one end rests visibly outside of the vagina while the other lays gently on top of the clitoris itself.
A poorly placed piercing can result in a missed opportunity for enhancement. There are many nerve endings in small structures in this region so it is not an area with which to take risks. Unfortunately, many piercers have NO specific training in genital piercings whatsoever!
As with any aspect of sexual practice, what feels good is a subjective thing; what one person finds pleasurable, another may find annoying, troublesome, painful, or otherwise undesirable. Another consideration when discussing genital piercings is that the pain and infection risk in getting one must be weighed against the possible reward in terms of sexual satisfaction. Here, we'll try to demystify the complicated relationships between piercings and pleasure. The areas most often pierced on a woman include the clitoris and the labia.