Remember back in school when every popular kid had a tongue piercing and you were just that boring, ear-pierced nerd whose parents would never let them be so cool? Well apparently, that still happens today because pierced tongues are actually still a thing. Think again. Prices will vary depending on what piercing you go to, but those are the average figures. Unless you want like a Swarovski crystal in your mouth, then that might be abit extra. However, the most common refusal is if you have a vein placed where you want your tongue pierced. Also, if you have any health conditions that include nerve issues or paralysis you may be refused. All of this is highly dependent on your piercer, if they feel confident they can pierce without risks, then they will. There is no age limit for tongue piercings, however the British Body Piercing Association has a Code of Practice and Ethics which includes not giving a piercing to anyone under the age of
However, I have many friends who have various parts of their body pierced — and most of them have great things to say about their piercings. The most common part pierced for sexual pleasures is the tongue. I am told it does not really hurt to have the tongue pierced, and the benefits are somewhat obvious. When used for oral sex , the small metal ball or tongue ring that is on the tip of the ring will add pressure, tease, and bring a new sensation to the experience for your lover. People that use them seem to get off on the fact that their partner enjoys oral sex so much. Meanwhile, the one on the receiving end usually also loves the power of the tongue ring. For some extra fun, you can drink something warm or suck on some ice prior to performing oral. This will change the temperature of both your mouth and the tongue ring for added effect. When it comes to other parts, I can tell you that a piercing will make that particular part of your body part more sensitive.
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Most girls just wish that by their 18th birthday they can finally get their belly buttons pierced without their parents knowing. I was different, I wanted a tongue piercing. Ear piercings they understand. Well, fuck that. Do you know what was one of the biggest reasons why I wanted a tongue piercing? Because I was scared. I was scared of the idea of having any kind of needle penetrate my skin, anywhere. Even getting my ear lobes pierced was an event filled with tears for me.
As a young woman in art school — at the exploratory age of 20 — there were two things I wanted above all else: To have a kitten and to get a tongue piercing. The tongue piercing, however, I wanted because I found them to be wholly intriguing. In my mind, making the choice to pierce my tongue was a way for me to exercise my unalienable rights in regard to my body and to dive into the realm of body modifications which represent absolute individualism in my opinion. So knowing my heart's utmost desires, my dear, sweet roommate opted to get me a tongue piercing as a gift. Overjoyed and filled with youthful enthusiasm, my roommates and I called a reputable tattoo and piercing parlor, made an appointment, and piled into a car. The trip was short, the piercing was smooth, and despite a rather large wave of initial anxiety while I sat waiting for the piercer to grab my tongue in the little sterile pincer, everything went according to plan. As time went on, I learned to love my tongue piercing. It became a genuine extension of my personality and despite the fact that many conservative family members didn't understand it, I knew that the choice was right for me at the time. The tongue ring signified to me a certain level of strength and perseverance. It's not an extremely difficult piercing to get or maintain, but it does take quite a bit of courage to stare a needle down as it goes through an organ you use actively every day.