It is just over a year since, at the age of 51 I became a pierced woman. OK so I had my ears pierced at about age 12 or 13, but this is definitely different. These piercings of my nipples and clitoral hood are personal, sexual and are part of my submission.
I had already been thinking of writing about my experiences in this area, when I received an email from a fellow blogger asking just that. I have responded to her privately, but it feels like time to share my thoughts and feelings on this subject here. When I was considering doing this, it was quite difficult to find information that would help me decide whether I should take the plunge. Maybe then, the words on this page could help others.
Why did I have these piercings?
Firstly this was something I wanted for me. At the time, I wasn’t (at least to my knowledge) a slave. I was still in control of my own body (though not orgasms). I think it is important however to want to have this done. Someone is going to pass pieces of metal through parts of your body and that will be painful. Your body won’t be quite the same again. Having said that, a person to share the experience with and who is going to enjoy your modified body is important.
For me, it was something I had wanted pretty much as long as I have realised I was kinky, but didn’t previously have the guts for. S and I discussed it and in his more Dominant moments he talked about taking me to have my piercings performed for him. This wasn’t to be, but it is interesting that Master and I had only been together for 3 months before it happened.
The decision wasn’t difficult once I knew it was something Master wanted. At the time, I was keen to pay for them myself and claimed ownership of them. Ultimately though they belong, along with the rest of my body, to Him. But then, perhaps that is a post for another day.
Choosing the piercer / establishment
It seems that people who provide this kind of service are also tattoo artists – this might not be universally true, but I have had two experiences and on both occasions this has been true.
Firstly I tried to find someone to carry out my piercings though friends. Sadly, the only possibilities though this route were a long way from where we live. I would suggest that if you can find someone who comes recommended, then this is your best avenue. I next consulted the internet and thought I had found a tattoo parlour which would fit the bill. Because of the intimate nature of what was to be done, I wanted to find a woman and it seemed that the tattoo parlour closest to where Master lives had such a person working there. Sadly she was on maternity leave. So, I tried a place I knew close to my home, phoned to discuss and booked an appointment, against my better judgement with a man.
I am not sure that the sex of the piercer is really important, but things like personal recommendation and cleanliness of the establishment are. Also, in hindsight I would recommend visiting the shop and speaking the piercer before hand. Neither of which I did.
The day of the piercing
Take someone with you. This is a big event, it will cause pain and you might feel a little faint afterwards. Also, your partner may want to be with you, my advice is to agree to this as their presence is likely to be a help.
The most important thing once you are in the building is that they properly plan what they are to do. I had significant problems with my left nipple because the piercing was carried out too deeply into my nipple.
Cleanliness is really important and for this, alcohol will be used for cleaning. If you are lucky they will also use a freezing spray as a local anaesthetic (nipple, not cliteral hood). The piercing will be done using some kind of spring loaded contraption and you will now be wearing either a bar or ring in the agreed place.
Afterwards there will be some burning, some pain and maybe some bleeding. But you will be on a serious high. The worst is definitely over.
Salt water and soap and water are highly likely to be enough to keep the area you have had pierced clean. I say this as a nurse. The clitoral hood piercing caused little problems, other than a little initial bleeding. The nipples, however were sore for quite some time. They will weep, and get crusty, but good hygiene will sort this out. We were able to have sex within a week or so, and since Master was going away soon after He did play with the nipples a bit. I am not sure this is really recommended!
Changing the jewellery
I have to admit, that even though it’s been a year, I haven’t changed my clit piercing jewellery. This is likely to change this weekend coming. But Master will have to be the one to do it; I just can’t see it properly.
The nipple piercings I have changed quite a bit. I had bars at the beginning and have had trouble finding suitable rings I can change myself. So I have stuck to bars for now. That too is about to change. The biggest issue for me is that you can’t just walk into the average jeweller and buy nipple rings like you can ear rings. Well certainly in this area of the UK. I have therefore bought over the internet, which has resulted in a few mistakes, though nice ones.
The first change is painful, but after that, it becomes easier and easier.
As mentioned above, I had significant problems with my left nipple from the off. It was really in the wrong place. After I had changed the bars (about 4 months in), the left one accidentally fell out and couldn’t be replaced. This in hindsight was a good thing and a couple of months after that, I had the piercing redone. I haven’t looked back!
The best things about being a pierced woman
They enhance your sexlife – Master loves to rub His cock on my clit jewellery; stimulating for Him and great for me. It also makes nipple play amazing.
Master loves that His girl’s body is altered for His pleasure – He really does love the power involved in this.
No one knows, unless you wear tight clothes – It is great hiding this kind of secret at my age, and it is great to have the option of being slutty!
I am not scared about having more piercings – I would quite like a labia piercing, but Master is worried about not being able to have sex.