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List of all Female Intimate and Genital Piercings

Genital piercings are those situated around sexual organs. Female genital piercings are way more common than male genital and intimate piercings. We therefore propose this guide which will present most female intimate piercings, with a description and basic informations for each of them.

All types of jewellery may be used for genital piercings. Genitals piercings are only democratising since a few years. They are becoming fashionable, after having been used in bondage, S&M and fetichist movements. Their role is more decorative than sexual. These piercings, especially for girls, are nevertheless often very stimulative and bring a lot of additional sexual pleasure. However, the location of the piercing and the sensitivity of the woman who wears it have a lot of influence on this pleasure, on the fact that is it more or less intense, or even absent or distrubing. That's why piercing on the clitoris are less and less common because of the risk of total desensitisation. It is now advised to pierce on the clitoris hood instead.

Generally speaking, it is recommended to take good care of the cicatrisation of genital piercings, which is usually rather fast. It is important to note that there is a risk of accident which can be painful, in particular during the sexual act. It is therefore advised to wear large-sized clothes (coton is best) and to avoid frictions with the jewel. Professionals will tell you to avoid sexual contacts during one month and will recommend to wash the jewel with hot water and salt, using a cotton bud (as for nipple piercing). Actually, the size of the jewel for a genital piercing should be 1.6mm/14G minimum (up to 2 mm). Under this size, the risk of cutting or rejection is too important (as for tongue piercing).

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Clitoris Piercing

Clitoris Female Intimate Genital Piercing

The clitoris piercing is rather painful during the passage of the needle, but it is reported that this pain only lasts 2 seconds. This piercing is rather recent and only appeared in a contemporary time. This piercing is only possible on a relatively large clitoris, it is therefore not possible on every women. Clitoris piercing can be done horizontally or vertically, depending on the anatomy of the candidate. These few constraints, added to the high risk of total desensitisation of the clitoris (even if the opposite can happen too) lead many professionals to stop piercing the clitoris itself. It is more common to pierce the hood instead.

  • Healing time for clitoris piercing: 2 to 4 months.
  • Type of jewellery for clitoris piercing: CBR/Segment Rings, Circular Barbell and Straight Barbell.
  • Particular risks with clitoris piecing: To damage nervous connections and provoke desensitisation of the clitoris, partially or totally (rarely). Consequences are normally reversible by taking the jewel off. It is interesting to note that some women report to have reached by this mean their first clitoridian orgasm after having their clitoris pierced.

Clitoral Hood Piercing

Clitoral Hood Female Intimate Genital Piercing

Piercing at the clitoral hood is way more common than clitoris piercing since it brings stimulation to the clitoris without any risk of desensitisation. The clitoral hood is the little piece of skin which covers the clitoris. When pierced vertically, the sexual stimulation will be stronger, or even permanent: in that case, the extremity of the jewel lay directly on the clitoris. It is reported to be a unique sensation unreachable otherwise. Horizontally clitoral hood piercing also allows to reach new sensations, but in that case it's rather the esthetic aspect which is the source of motivation. When processing to this piercing, a guide is often used in order to avoid touching the clitoris itself with the needle. This piercing generally costs 70 euros (in France).

  • Healing time for clitoral hood piercing: 2 to 4 months.
  • Type of jewellery for clitoral hood piercing: Straight Barbell.
  • Particular risks with clitoral hood piercing: None.

Christina Piercing

Christina Female Intimate Genital Piercing

The Christina piercing is a vertical piercing located at the junction of the two outer labias, on the top. This piercing was realised for the first time in the 90's by Tom Brazda and became more common only a few years ago. It has rather an esthetic function than a sexual stimulant function.

  • Healing time for Christina piercing: 3 to 4 months, up to 18 months.
  • Type of jewellery for Christina piercing: Surface Barbell or Curved Barbell. A bioflex or bioplast bar is recommended.
  • Particular risks with Christina piercing: This is a surface piercing, it can therefore lead to every complications associated with this type of piercing (rejection, etc...).It is necessary to take off the jewel when shaving. This piercing can also be unconfortable during sexual intercourses or when wearing tight clothes (skinny jeans for example).

Fourchette Piercing

Fourchette Female Intimate Genital Piercing

Fourchette piercing is somehow the opposite of Christine piercing, being situated at the jointure of the two labias, but this time at the bottom back of the vagina.

  • Healing time for Fourchette piercing: 3 to 4 months, up to 18 months.
  • Type of jewellery for Fourchette piercing: Surface Barbell, Curved Barbell, Straight Barbell ou CBR/Segment Rings (more rarely). A bioflex or bioplast bar is recommended.
  • Particular risks with Fourchette piercing: This is a surface piercing, it can therefore lead to every complications associated with this type of piercing (rejection, etc...).It is necessary to take off the jewel when shaving. This piercing can also be unconfortable during sexual intercourses or when wearing tight clothes (skinny jeans for example).

Inner and Outer Labia Piercing

Inner Labia Intimate Genital Piercing

Outer Labia Intimate Genital Piercing

Piercing at inner and outer labias reappeared recently in the fetichist movement with the purpose to be able to close and prevent access to the vagina thanks to rings or padlocks. This piercing was originally born in the antique Rome to prevent slaves from having sexual intercourses. It has now become a piercing very simple and common. Both labias are often pierced symmetrically for esthetic reasons. Inner and outer labias piercing can bring a more intense sexual pleasure, especially for the partner. It is said that piercing to outer labias is more painful than to inner labias because of the thickness of the skin. This piercing is one of the rare feminine genital piercing that can be enlarged thanks to the technics of stretching (this may even increase again the sexual pleasure).

  • Healing time for inner and outer labias piercing: 2 weekds to 3 months (outer labia piercing being usually longer to heal than inner labia piercing).
  • Type of jewellery for inner and outer labias piercing: All kind of jewellery can be used, but CBR/Segment Rings are the most common.
  • Particular risks with inner and outer labias piercing: None.

Triangle Piercing

Triangle Intimate Genital Piercing

This piercing is located under the clitoris, horizontally, at the junction of the two inner labias. Triangle piercing is only accessible by a few lucky women. To do this piercing, it is required to have a little more skin than "usual" under the cap of the clitoris. It is reported that this piercing brings more sexual pleasure than any other classic feminine genital piercing; it is the only way to stimulate the clitoris by its back which is said to procure unique sensations. The first Triangle piercing was realised in 1991 by Elayne Angel.

  • Healing time for Triangle piercing: 2 weekds to 3 months.
  • Type of jewellery for Triangle piercing: Usually Straight Barbell or CBR/Segment Rings.
  • Particular risks with Triangle piercing: None.

Nefertiti Piercing

Nefertiti Intimate Genital Piercing

Nefertiti piercing is in fact the combination of a vertical piercing on the hood of the clitoris and a Christina piercing. The jewel therefore stimulates the clitoris and procures an increased sexual pleasure but the fact that it comes out on the top of the vagina can provoke the disconforts of the Christina piercing.

  • Healing time for Nefertiti piercing: Up to 18 months.
  • Type of jewellery for Nefertiti piercing: Straight Barbell. A bioflex or bioplast bar is recommended.
  • Particular risks with Nefertiti piercing: This is a surface piercing, it can therefore lead to every complications associated with this type of piercing (rejection, etc...).It is necessary to take off the jewel when shaving. This piercing can also be unconfortable during sexual intercourses or when wearing tight clothes (skinny jeans for example).
Comments (11)

Ldy3xifa

2019-04-02

Is it possible to get a Christina piercing but a little higher up so it sits about an inch higher in the pubic bone area. I worry the lower part of the piercing is located in a position that will interfere with certain oral positions for my partner. But as it is just a for looks piercing the exact position shouldn't make a real difference or would I have to look into the whole implant type procedure to get it there instead.

Zarathustra

2016-07-30

Anony, seems to me you are just nit-picking, maybe even a bit spiteful, about my correction. Some people, for reasons unknown, take delight in misinforming people in their internet posts; whether it be "freedom of expression" crapping on, or deliberate and destructive misinformation, it is harmful, and destroys people's trust in a site that supports such destructiveness. I take the attitude that misinformation in a post should be flagged, and if the flagger is capable of making the correction in a clear and reliable manner, then he should do so. Allowing the misinformation to go unflagged and uncorrected is irresponsible.

Anony

2016-06-14

@zarathustra: oh get over it its not that serious, the comment rules are about spelling not terminology. And if it is one should use more than one source for research or better yet don't get pierced especially if common sense and knowledge cant help you figure out what he meant

zarathustra

2014-07-06

G'day Erik, just an after-thought regarding the Nefertiti, I have read that use of a nylon or similar plastic bar is preferable to a metal bar as it is flexible. This sounds quite sensdible to me, when you consider that there is considerable movement taking place on the lower reaches of the bar during both normal and sexual activity.
Perhaps some users of the Nefertiti piercing may be able to give us a "user's guide" to the Nerfertiti.
Cheers.

Erik

2014-01-22

@Zarathustra: Hi, you must be right. I'm sorry for the faults but the original version of this article is in french (on votrepiercing.com) and it was translated by a french person. If you could write some corrections I'll be happy to update the text in order to correct it. Thank you :)

Zarathustra

2014-01-21

Erik, the "Vagina" is the cavity that is used for pleasure and birthing; I think you really mean "vulva", the whole exterior female genitalia.

Unfortunately, it is difficult to paste a decent annotated diagram, but basically, old chap, the piercing begins at the clit hood, passes along the outer clit shaft and enters the supra-pubic region, emerging above the pubic commisure below the mons. You will notice, I'm sure, that this is far away from the vagina, in fact at the other end of the pudendal cleft. Yes, it can be a long piercing, depending on the length of the clitoral shaft, and how high above the commisure the piercing exits.

This makes your statement "but the fact that it comes out on the top of the vagina can provoke the disconforts of the Christina piercing" rather stupid and confusing.

sharlie

2014-01-21

Yes,I had a very tiny needle....like at the dentist....never felt a thing! That would be the only way I could have the courage to get a triangle piercing!!!!

Samuel

2014-01-21

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Erik

2013-10-13

@zarathustra: Hello, thank you for your comment. We would be happy to update our article if you could explain us how goes the Nefertiti in your opinion. Thank you.

@sharlie: I think it depends on your piercer, but I never heard about "frozing" an area before doing a piercing.

zarathustra

2013-10-01

According to YOUR description, the Nefertiti is a VERY VERY long piercing, all the way from " the top of the vagina", across (through??) the vestibule, under the clitoris, and so on. OR did you mean to say it began at the clitoris and came out AT THE TOP OF THE VULVA?
Get your nomenclature correct buddy; confusion reigns due to sloppy statements like yours.

sharlie

2013-02-19

Is the pubic area frozen before the piercing? I had my navel done in Peru and they froze it so there was no pain whatsoever

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