were to perice my dick?/?
Posted Fri Jun 24, 2005 06:04 PM
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Posted Fri Jun 24, 2005 06:36 PM
There are the many variations.
1. Dydoe: This is a piercing of the gland along the coronal ridge of the penis of a circumcised male. This originated in Southeast Asians and India and was felt to enhance female pleasure during intercourse.
2. Foreskin: This was used by Roman athletes to keep their attention on the games. It had a metal ring on their foreskin, which was welded shut and called a "fibula". This prevented erections. This was also used on the foreskin. It was used also used on their slaves to prevent procreation. The Greeks also used it on their athletes. They fastened a ribbon around the foreskin and tied the end to the base of the penis. This decreased chafing and "flapping" during the games and during the Olympics, which were then played in the nude.
3. Guiche: The Samoan men pierced the flesh between their testicles and their anus. This was a ritual of puberty and was believed to stimulate the prostate gland.
4. Kandoekoe: Tribes of Borneo used round-like marble devices and implanted them under the skin on the shaft of the penis. This was meant to increase the stimulation of the vagina, and increase the girth (circumference) of the penis.
5. Palang: This method used a rod that transected the gland of the penis . This is to increase blood flow causing the gland to swell. It also was felt to make erections last longer and orgasms are more intense. In Borneo some tribal women refused to marry a male that had not had this type of piercing done. Kama Sutra recommends this for impotence.
6. Rhinoceros penis: A rigid cross bar is placed 4 inches behind the tip of the penis and projects 2 inches on either side, looking like a rhinoceros. This method of piercing is from China and Borneo.
7. Scrotum: French soldiers used this to signify passage from childhood into adulthood.
Posted Fri Jun 24, 2005 07:50 PM
I don't *know* about healing issues when yer uncut, better to ask the people that do the piercing, and yes GO TO THE CLEANEST SHOP, NOT THE CHEAPEST...this should be common sense, but I had to say it.