Piercings involve inserting metal bars or rings into the skin and through its underlying tissue.
While piercings might seem modern and rather rebellious in Western cultures, they have been common in other cultures since time eternal. There are piercings that are meant to look beautiful, those that are meant to look painful or intimidating, and those that communicate something about the identity of the wearer.
Since the New Age movement of the 60s, piercings have become more common. Even though nipple, navel and genital piercings have long histories in various cultures, they are still viewed as risqué and seductive by most of Western culture.
For men, genital piercings are likely to involve the foreskin, the glans, the frenulum and the scrotum. Women are more likely to consider, along with the nipples, the clitoris, their foreskin, the labia and the pubic mound.
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