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Prince Albert Wand

Prince Albert  Wand

Guide To Wearing the Prince Albert Wand

Prince Albert Wand is a kind of penis plug that is often referred to as the policeman’s nightstick due to its standard shape. It is generally a long, gradually thicker tube that culminates in a round bulbous end. It is a type of penis jewellery or ornament as well as British men’s sex toys that consist of a hollow tube with a threaded cap at its end and employs a Prince Albert piercing for its use.

The piercing can be attached to the urethral rod to hold it secure and in place throughout the day. The Prince’s wand jewellery is known to consist of a single tube which is always inserted into the urethra together with a short stem that sticks out of the side of the tube near the top that gets inserted through Prince Albert piercing and into another thread hole on the side of the tube. If that sounds a little confusing.

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Diagram Of Prince Albert Wand

Can You Urinate Through A Prince Albert Wand?

Although, its little side stem holds this tube in place, its threaded cap is usually just a ball that can be removed so that the wearer can be able to urinate through the tube without having to literally remove the jewellery from the Prince Albert piercing. Most of the prince’s wands are held in place by Prince Albert piercing. Some of these wands requires no piercing, whereas some caters for multiple penis piercings and consist of multiple beads on them which are known as pound puppies.

There are at least 3 kinds of the prince’s wands, with the most common British one being the standard type referred to as the policeman nightstick, of course due to its shape. The second one is the ringed wands which consist of one or more external rings attached to the beads on outside stem of the wand to pass through the Prince Albert piercing. It then goes on to encircle the penis. The third one is the pin less wand that do not need PA piercing to put on since it does not have a stem to insert through any piercing.

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Are There Other Types Of Penis Jewelry?

There are other types of penis jewellery with rare features that consist of more than one stem to allow for multiple piercings and of course for various attachments to the external beads. That said however, some prince’s wands are solid so that if you intend to wear them during the day then it is important that you get your-self a hollow cum through, else you will need to continually move and remove the urethral stimulator. This is very common and popular among men who enjoy urethral play.

To wear the penis wand and to use it effectively, efficiently and safely, it is important that you get the measurements of your penis and of course your urethra when both flaccid and erect to be very precise and accurate.

 

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Different types of penis piercings

The Different Types of Penis Piercings

Penis piercings are a form of body modification that can enhance both the aesthetic and the sensation experienced during sexual activities. Each type of piercing varies in location, pain level, healing time, and impact on sexual pleasure. Here’s a rundown of the most common types of penis piercings along with a brief description of each:

1. Prince Albert (PA) Piercing

Description: One of the most popular penis piercings, the Prince Albert involves a ring passing through the underside of the glans and out through the urethra. It is known for increasing sexual pleasure.

2. Ampallang Piercing

Description: A horizontal barbell is placed through the head of the penis, passing through the glans from one side to the other. Known for its intense sensation during intercourse.

3. Apadravya Piercing

Description: Similar to the Ampallang but vertical. The barbell runs from the top of the glans down through the urethra. This piercing is often touted for its enhancement of sexual pleasure for both partners.

4. Frenum Piercing

Description: A horizontal piercing through the skin on the underside of the penis shaft. It’s less intense than glans piercings and can be adorned with multiple barbells in a ladder formation known as a Frenum ladder.

5. Dydoe Piercing

Description: Pierces through the rim of the glans. Often done in pairs, Dydoe piercings are more common on circumcised men, as they require a certain amount of skin to anchor.

6. Lorum Piercing

Description: Positioned at the base of the penis where the shaft meets the scrotum. It is relatively less painful and adds a decorative touch.

7. Hafada Piercing

Description: Situated on the skin of the scrotum. It’s purely decorative, with minimal sexual enhancement benefits.

8. Pubic Piercing

Description: Placed at the base of the penis near the pubic bone, this piercing is more about visual appeal than enhancement of sensation.

9. Guiche Piercing

Description: Though technically perineal rather than a direct penis piercing, the Guiche is located between the scrotum and anus. It can enhance sexual pleasure due to its location near erogenous zones.

10. Reverse Prince Albert

Description: The mirror version of the Prince Albert, this piercing enters through the urethra and exits through the top of the glans. It offers a distinct aesthetic and a different sensation.
Each of these piercings offers a unique aesthetic and varying levels of sensation enhancement, making them popular choices for those interested in genital piercings.