The Price Albert piercing, or PA for short, is by far the most popular penis piercing performed at The Piercing Urge. The jewellery enters through the underside of the penis at the V of the glans, through the wall of the urethra, and exits at the meatus or “eye” at the head of the penis. Jewellery options include circular barbells, curved barbells and captive bead rings. The PA is a piercing that can not only provide stimulation for the wearer’s partner, but also for the wearer themselves.
The frenum piercing is made on the underside of the penis through the loose skin just below the ‘V’ of the glans where the foreskin is (or used to be for those who are circumcised) attached. The piercing can provide heightened sensitivity for the wearer and/or his partner. Jewellery options for frenum piercings include straight barbells or captive bead rings. Frenum piercings can also accommodate what’s called a frenum loop/ring, which is an attachment one can add to their jewellery that encompasses the penis to provide stimulation for the wearer’s partner.
Scrotum piercings can be placed anywhere on the scrotum tissue, but traditionally are done along the midline. The most common jewellery worn in these piercings is the captive bead ring, however it can accommodate pretty much any style of jewellery and there is a huge variety of decorative jewellery that can be worn.
The ampallang piercing passes horizontally through the glans of the penis and is worn with a straight barbell. This piercing is not only very striking in appearance but it also can give extra stimulation for the wearer’s partner.
The apadravya piercing is essentially 2 piercings connected with one piece of jewellery. It passes vertically through the glans of the penis starting with the entry point through the underside of the penis at the V of the glans and into the urethra, just like the PA, then from the inside of the urethra it exits through the top of the glans. Not only can this piercing be worn with a straight barbell, it can also be “half worn” by wearing jewellery through it just as a PA. Much like the ampallang it can give extra stimulation to the wearer’s partner.
The guiche piercing is made through the tissue at the premium between the scrotum and the anus. Not only is it excellently decorative, it can provide stimulation for the wearer. The most popular jewellery for a guiche piercing is a captive bead ring.
The foreskin piercing, just as it sounds, passes through the loose foreskin tissue. It is mostly decorative and usually adorned with ring style jewellery.
Dydoe piercings are normally done in pairs using small barbells on opposite sides of the upper rim of the glans or head of the penis. It is very important that you have suitable anatomy if interested in this piercing.
Reverse Prince Albert
The Reverse Prince Albert piercing, or RPA, enters through the middle and top of the glans, into the wall of the urethra and jewellery is worn through here to exit at the meatus or “eye” of the penis. Popular jewellery for these piercings are curved barbells or circular barbell.
Genital beading/pearling is the process in which balls are implanted under the loose tissue covering the shaft of the penis to give the penile shaft a lumpy look and a fun sexual texture.