These two day's a day of firsts for me, my first post on Tribalectic and my first VCH piercing tomorrow.
I have lurked on Tribalectic for a few months now and have been really reassured by the posts from people about their VCH experiences.
I live in the UK in a little town in Wales, and so finding a reputable genital piercer has been a journey on it's own. But i found one, HOORAY!
I was recommended this shop twice by two separate tattoo artists/body piercers.
I just got my VCH pierced yesterday. I can't tell you much about pleasure yet, so I'll try to come back and edit it. I also plan to upload a photo asap.
I'm turning 19 in a few weeks, and I've wanted this piercing for at least a year and a half. I have a lot of trouble getting off and I'm relatively insensitive down there, so I hope this piercing will improve stimulation. It's also really pretty.
I got my VCH piercing about a week ago after finally gaining the courage to have a stranger put a needle through my genitals. I went to Stingray Bodyarts in Boston and got pierced by Kristina. She did an amazing job and made me feel totally comfortable about being half naked in a room with her. The pain was very intense for less than a second and then it was totally gone. I love this piercing so much and after a week it only hurts a little bit if I cross my legs a certain way, which is avoidable. I recommend this piercing!
I got my vch about 5 weeks ago and I am LOVING it! I had thought about it for months and I finally just said LET'S GO!! I practically had to drag my hubby down with me (cuz I wasn't going to do with without him lol) and it was NOTHING! My ear piercing hurt worse than this! The guy was so professional. I wasn't nervous but my husband sure was! Lol he was holding my hand and squeezing awfully hard! It was over and done with quickly I had no problems undressing or anything. He didn't use stirups.
I got my VCH done on November 28th. One of the best things I've ever done for myself and one of the best experiences I've had. The only thing I wish had been different was the piercer. The pleasure/pain was amazing...almost embarrassing because I had at least one orgasm when it happened! It only hurt for a second and then the pain was gone! It was sore for a few hours but not uncomfortable at all! This is something I'd recommend any woman at least giving consideration to.
After lots of thinking and research, I finally got a vch piercing last week. It was actually a present to my husband a couple of years ago, but I kept putting it off because of a couple of pregnancies. I decided to go for it to cap off a date night last weekend. We found a local piercing place, called to ask a few questions and then made a plan to stop by on our way home. I was a little apprehensive about getting it done, but the piercer was great and the piercing itself was really quick and not all that painful. It took all of five minutes to be done and we were on our way.
So, after much thought and reading, I finally got a vch last week! My husband and I have been talking about a hood piercing for several years, and I actually promised him one as a birthday present about 2 years ago. Two pregnancies and breast feeding got in the way, but last weekend we found ourselves out for a rare date night. I spontaneously offered that we should find a piercing place as we don't often get out, and that is how it all began. I called the piercing shop and asked a few questions and then researched them on the web.
I had thought about this A LOT before I got it. I even ordered the jewelry (a yellow gold 14g CBR with a pearl) before I was even completely decided, basically as motivation to go through with it. I found a piercer from the APP website who was very local, which made all the difference. I even called him in advance to make sure he was comfortable piercing me with my jewelry. Thankfully he was! I had called another shop that said they wouldn't since they only pierced with curved barbells.
The day of, I was so excited and nervous.
So last night I got my vertical clitoral hood pierced! I had always been intrigued by this piercing but it wasn't really until a few weeks ago that a friend of mine and I were talking about piercings and she told me how she used to have her VCH pierced. She said she highly recommended it. I did all my research and decided I would only get it if the piercer uses a need receiving tube. I was actually visiting my brother at his college which is 3.5 hours away from my house, when I decided I should call a few piercers in the area to see if any of them had enough experience to do my piercing.
Finally got my vch last night after spending months thinking about it. I searched for nearby piercing studios that are members of the APP and found 3. I decided on the closest one to me, but when I did a little digging around, I learned that a needle receiving tube should be used for this piercing rather than forceps because forceps result in a surface vch, which is improperly placed. I called to ask what they would use, and they told me that it would be up to the piercer's discretion. Well, I was just not ok with that. So I called Kolo in Atlanta.