When Smooth Synergy medispa invited me to have a needle injected into my clitoris last February, I didn't want to do it. I didn't say no directly. I said yes, because I'm a sex writer and I know a good story when I see one. But once I said yes, I kept putting it off, and putting it off, and putting it off some more. I can handle pain; I've gotten three tattoos and have broken bones and did all of that like a total badass.
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Generalised vulvodynia | DermNet NZ
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Is my needle fetish causing permanent damage?
I am a year-old trans guy, on T since college, happy and comfortable with my sexuality. As a trans man, this is a particularly tempting practice because, well, my clit is huge and I have a constant legal supply of safe, sterile needles. Still, I want to know if I am potentially causing permanent nerve damage.
Just as the name implies, a vertical clit hood piercing VCH is a piercing that runs vertically along the clitoral hood. Like jewelry for any other part of your body, dressing up your clit with some bling can boost your self-image — your sexual and genital self-image, that is. A study published in linked being happy with the look of your genitals to increased sexual enjoyment and sexual functioning and a more positive overall body image. Looks aside, a piercing sandwiched between the clit hood and the glans enhances clitoral stimulation through direct contact. The consensus among VCH-havers is that the piercing enhances pleasure from pretty much every sex act, from masturbating solo or mutual and dry humping to oral sex and vaginal penetration.