The act of body piercing is often thought to be a 20th century invention. In truth, it has been performed for thousands of years in numerous cultures around the world. One of the more exotic forms of this style of body modification includes the practice of penis piercing. While the reasons why men choose to adorn their genitals can range from a simple fashion statement to supposed sexual enhancement benefits, it does raise some issues regarding their compatibility with penis enlargement practices.
Natural methods of penis enlargement, whether they involve using penis supplements, enhancement patches or specialized devices, all call for a certain amount of 'hands-on' control. These manual exercises include all manner of stretching, milking and squeezing of the penis to provide stimulation and promote growth.
Even the use of equipment such as penis traction devices require some direct manipulation to ensure the penis is properly secured and aligned. For the large majority of men, the application of these techniques is simple and direct. This can be somewhat of a different story for those who have foreign objects protruding from their member.
Before we examine some of the various types of penis piercing styles and their implications on penis enlargement training, it should be mentioned that there are in fact many pierced men who do practice natural enlargement routines. It certainly requires that more attention be paid during sessions. Let's not forget that intercourse itself is quite stressing on the penis and these men seemingly have no difficulty in having sex.
Different Types of Penis Piercings
While little is actually known about the styles and methods employed by ancient practitioners, modern penis piercing techniques can range from simple to extremely intricate. Here are just a few of the different variations used by men today.
Pubic piercing [Fig. 1] is performed at the base of the penis where it connects to the body. This type of piercing is often cited as a means to enhance stimulation of the female clitoris during sex.
Because of the placement of this piercing, it generally does not have an impact on enlargement practices.
The ampallang [Fig. 2], also known as a 'pallang', consists of a barbell-like piercing that penetrates the penis head horizontally and runs perpendicular to the urethra. In some cases two barbells are inserted in a 'double ampallang' [Fig. 3] configuration.
As this particular piercing is located away from the area where most training occurs, namely the penile shaft itself, it usually does not pose a problem for penis enlargement users.
The apadravya [Fig. 4] is the vertical equivalent of the ampallang. This method typically has the barbell traverse the head of the penis from top to bottom. If it is inserted through the body of the penis itself it is then called the 'shaft' or 'deep apadravya' [Fig. 5].
When inserted directly beneath the glans, it should not cause significant issues for most penis enlargement techniques. Placing it directly through the body of the penis can however impede certain stretching practices.
One of the better-known penis piercings goes by the name 'Prince Albert' [Fig. 6]. This piercing consists of a ring that goes through the urethral opening and exits on the underside of the penis head. When the ring is reversed and exits through the top of the glans, it is called a 'Reverse Prince Albert' [Fig. 7].
Similar to the previous 'basic apadravya' style, this method should have minimum impact on enlargement routines.
The foreskin ring [Fig. 8] is probably one of the more common penis piercings. In most cases the circular ring is simply threaded through the uncircumcised foreskin on one or both sides of the penis.
Care should be taken during certain milking techniques as the foreskin is very sensitive and can be easily irritated.
Dydoes [Fig. 9] are piercings that are inserted through the coronal ridge. They can involve either a single piercing or multiple piercings [Fig. 10] which encircle the head of the penis.
The majority of penis exercises can still be performed with special attention paid to the long downward strokes. It may interfere with certain penis extender designs that use a noose-like enclosure. Penis extenders that use 'comfort-strap' technology are recommended. For more information see "The Different Types Of Penis Extenders".
Frenum [Fig. 11] is the term given to piercings of the frenulum (the elastic band of tissue located under the penis head). If the frenum is repeated down the underside length of the penis it is called a 'frenum ladder' [Fig. 12]. When it repeats on the opposite side (top of the penile shaft), it is known as 'jacobs ladder'.
While a single piercing done at the frenulum is manageable for most penis enlargement methods, multiple rows of barbells is obviously quite a different case. Horizontal stretching motions, particularly those that require deep milking of both the flaccid and erect penis are almost impossible. Aside from completely removing the piercings prior to training, those men with this type of piercings are certainly going to have a difficult time with their training.
In all honesty, I really don't see the attraction in the practice of penis and genital piercing. That's just my personal opinion. To be fair, I also don't like to wear jewelry, watches or any other type of bodily adornment.
For me, the penis is a beautiful extension of our masculinity and the focus should always remain on improving it's strength and size. Clean, pristine and powerful, that's my philosophy… call me old fashioned!
Late mention: I have been informed by several advanced penis piercing practitioners that penis enlargement training is indeed possible, even for those with intricate frenum 'ladder-type' configurations.
The general consensus seems to indicate that while some penis exercises are difficult to perform properly, this does not preclude the use of penis extender devices that keep the penis stretched in a suspended position. As if SizeGenetics needed another reason for being the top-rated penis enlargement system available today! Great news, thanks guys!
Posted by PRS
Thursday, June 26th, 2008
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Fig. 1 - Pubic Piercing
Fig. 2 - Ampallang
Fig. 3 - Double Ampallang
Fig. 4 - Apadravya
Fig. 5 - Deep Apadavya
Fig. 6 - Prince Albert
Fig. 7 - Reverse Prince Albert
Fig. 8 - Foreskin Ring
Fig. 9 - Dydoe
Fig. 10 - Multiple Dydoes
Fig. 11 - Frenum
Fig. 12 - Frenum Ladder
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