FYI, I am a 50 year old male, have many tats, pierced nips, and three holes in
one ear - guess I am not a complete novice. I just do not know for sure how to
approach the genital thing but I am sure it is what is in my immediate future.
Could it be that I am simply bothered by the situation in which another male is
manipulating my penis even though it is for a completely business relationship?
Help me out you folks -
>I live in Orlando, Florida, and am considering a penile piercing.
>Could it be that I am simply bothered by the situation in which another male is
>manipulating my penis even though it is for a completely business relationship?
We don't know, could it?
Modern American BodyArts, Inc.
Member APP New York City
> Could it be that I am simply bothered by the situation in which another male is
> manipulating my penis even though it is for a completely business relationship?
I found that getting a genital piercing was an intimate personal relationship
rather than just business. It was er, different, in several very memorable ways:
Doing the placement, making measurements and discussing jewelry with my pants
around my ankles and the piercer fully clothed (especially the first time) was
quite a rush.
Getting the ampallang piercing was a very intense experience lasting about 6
seconds. Deep breathing literally seemed to help draw the needle through my
Making small talk afterwards, including a little joke about not want to hurt me
when the rubber band was used to secure the glove, was quite relaxing.
Explaing the entire trip to my wife, who wasn't keen on the whole thing anyway,
was memorable to say the least, especially since my piercer is female.
All in all, not like anything else I've ever done but I would do it all over again
in a heartbeat. Check out your potential piercer carefully, gather up your
courage and go for it! Use rab, read the FAQ and surf the web as part of your
preparations. Let us know how you make out.
Well maybe. A woman did mine but I can't imagine it would have made much
difference. She wasn't touching me in a way that I found terribly erotic,
especially when she shoved the needle in.
For the record, I got mine when I was 45 and I still love it.
Vaya con Dios,
"Absurdity is serious business!" -Carroll Flanagan
I had my PA done at Unity on Hwy 50 by Nathan Tuten. Nathan did an excellent
job and I would recommend him. As far as the male/male thing, treat it like
you're going to the doctor, it's purely professional. I don't know if this
helps any but if you have any other questions or whatever email me.
I was scared shitless about going to get it done, but the day after
chickening out of one appointment I was so ashamed of myself that I had to
go back and apologise for not turning up...came out an hour later with
piercing number 5.
I can assure you that even though it may seem a strange concept to have
someone 'manipulating' your penis (my piercer was a woman too) there's no
judgement or real interest in your actual knob.
I'm sure you wouldn't feel weird about having any other part of your body
done..so, just follow your instinct and don't worry about it...afterwards
you'll wonder what all the fuss was about....
Good Luck :)
Pete (Sheffield, England)
Fenian44 wrote in message <19980313173...@ladder03.news.aol.com>...
I've only had one case where this subject was a problem. I set up to do
a Fernuim and started to apply the betadine and the man became errect. I
just took off my gloves and told him to try and settle down and went out
to the waiting area. When he settled down, we joked about the whole
thing and then started all over again. A large part of the piercing
experience is what the piercee makes it. It came be a frightening
experience to over come or it can be a very relaxing and joyful
experience. If you walk in the door with this being an sexual experience
then for you it may be but if you walk in thinking it is a non-sexual
experience it will be.
The only stupid question is one you don't ask.
@ The Axiom
Des Moines, IA
"First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not
Then they came for the Communists and I did not speak out because I was
not a Communist.
Then they came for the Trade Unionists and I did not speak out because I
was not a Trade Unionist.
Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me"
Pastor Martin Niemoller
(victim of the Nazis)
*** If you call that rambling, please ramble on.
>>Could it be that I am simply bothered by the situation in which another male
>>manipulating my penis even though it is for a completely business
>Well maybe. A woman did mine but I can't imagine it would have made much
>difference. She wasn't touching me in a way that I found terribly erotic,
>especially when she shoved the needle in.
All my piercings were done by a female piercer. Sure, it's not really
an erotic situation, but I personaly have some problems being nude in
front of other men when it's a 1:1 situation. Don't knkow why.
Sauna, steambath? No problem.
When I got my 2nd and 3rd frenum, I noticed that I was getting a bit
hard when my piercer did the marking and so on. I guess it was just
the handling (I'm getting aroused pretty easily).
She said that it was o.k., left me alone for a few minutes and we
This isone of the great parts of this group. Just when you think you've
got the answer along comes someone with an answer that is different but
at the same time wonderful. I wish all my clients understoud and study
themselve as well as you have and do.
I didn't care about the orientation of my piercer. As it is, I'm
confident that he is straight. Thing is, he didn't have any hangups about
the male/male thing and was very professional and has a good bedside
manner. While the piercing for me was a very personal and sensual
experience, it was about me and only secondarily about me and the piercer.
Over the weekend I got a really good massage from a very pleasant,
very cute guy. Again, it was a sensual experience for me, but not a
sexual one. Same as the piercing.
btw - I don't find a rectal exam a big turn on either. :-)