Transgender clitoris piercing?

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Saturday May 5th, 2012 @ 4:59 AM

Filed under: Female Genital

So I’m transsexual (FTM) and have been on testosterone for nearly three years. As such, my clitoris has grown to the point where it’s at least an inch and a half long. I have heard that the reason most folks don’t do clitoris piercings is sheer lack of space/support. Would this be a non-issue in my case?

Clitoral piercings are very rare for a number of issues, mostly because most people’s anatomy can not suit it. It sounds like you would be able to get it done, however keeping in mind there is a considerable risk of permanent damage to the nerves in that area. You could loose all sensation from the area, as a worst case situation.

I strongly suggest to find an experienced piercer to perform this for you, ask for a consultation first and make sure that they have a HEALED portfolio of the same or similar procedures they have performed in the past.

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