Verticle Hood Piercing? Yes please!

I pierced my clitoral hood on Monday and today was the first day I played with it at all.  a m a z i n g.  I would give it as Christmas gifts to every girl on every list.  Wow.

So, piercing the clitoral hood is really simple and relatively painless.  There is this thin skin that comes down over the clit and they stick a small curved bar up in the opening between the clit and it and pierce a hole the bar comes out of at the top.  There is a ball at the end of the bar, resting on top of the clip, and a smaller one outside of the hole in the hood.

I can’t describe it, but huzzah!

It’s still a tiny bit sore (NOTHING like the nipples which hurt very little here and there, and NOTHING like my ears which hurt way way worse.  The healing on the nipples sucks, but the hood healing is really fast.  It’s just this thin skin and it’s a piece of cake.

But still.. it’s only been a few days, so we took it easy.  Cleveland touched the little balls on the piercing with the very lightest of touches, gently tickling it with feather like fingers and the texture of my panties sliding across the balls was sensational.  It felt like my clit was enormous and made of titanium and being vibrated.  I came and came and came and begged him to stop and then begged some more because he was really enjoying his new toy.  After I calmed a good long time he used his hand some more, discovering how various parts of my pussy pulled or vibrated my clit hood.  Wow.

The thing is that part of the clit lies in the root to it and this entire length and the clit itself is stimulated by the tiny curved bar against it and the pretty balls on it.  An entirely new part of my clit is very very very very happy.  I’ve been pretty damn orgasmic for years, but this is ridiculous.  I actually kinda hope it calms down a little.  Poor Cleveland had to peel me off of the ceiling.


  1. I’ve heard that it can “rescue” some women that are unable to get the clitoral stimulation they want/need based on the way their body is designed. Not that this was the case for you, but I thought it was encouraging the first time I heard it.


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