Reverse Prince Albert

The Reverse Prince Albert piercing is similar to the Prince Albert, but instead of exiting out of the base of the penis, it exits via the top of the glans. Because it passes through this thicker glans tissue rather than the comparatively thinner membrane between the urethra and the underside of the penis, healing time is substantially longer than the standard Prince Albert piercing. Healing Time: 4 – 16... read more


A Pubic piercing is a piercing located just above the penis, at the point where it extends from the pubic area. Healing Time: 4 – 12... read more

Prince Albert

The Prince Albert known as PA piercing enters the urethra through the underside of the base of the glans (either side of the fraenum) and exits out of the penis via the urethral opening. Healing Time: 2 – 12... read more

Top ladder

Less commonly, Top Ladder a series of surface piercings, may be pierced along the top or even the sides of the shaft of the penis. Healing Time: 4 – 12... read more


A hafada piercing is a surface piercing located anywhere on the skin of the scrotum. This piercing does not penetrate deep into the scrotum, and due to the looseness and flexibility of the skin in that area, does not migrate or reject as much as many other surface piercings. A piercing that actually passes through the scrotum, from front-to-back, or from side-to-side, is known as a transscrotal piercing. Multiple hafada piercings are not uncommon as an extension of a frenum ladder. Healing Time: 4 – 12... read more


A guiche piercing is a body piercing on the perineum. Guiche piercings are much more common in men than in women. Although a guiche normally runs perpendicular to the direction of the penis, lateral placements are possible. A series of guiche piercings in parallel to the direction of the penis is called a guiche ladder, and might commonly be seen as an extension of a frenum... read more


Fraenulum piercing is located on the underside of the penis, right at the base of the ‘head’ or ‘glans’ of the penis. The fraenulum is the membrane that connects the base of the glans, to the foreskin. It is not always left after a penile circumcision. Healing Time: 2 – 12... read more


A foreskin piercing is a piercing that passes through the foreskin . It is a fast healing piercing and involves a fairly simple procedure. The only true requirement is the male must be uncircumcised (or at least have some foreskin left from his circumcision). It is the male equivalent of clitoral hood piercing. Healing time: 8 – 12... read more


A dydoe is a type of male genital body piercing that passes through the ridge of the glans on the head of the penis. The base of the glans usually has a raised ‘crown’. The Dydoe piercing begins behind the glans, into the ‘crown’ and out through the front of the glans itself. Commonly, one is centrally placed on the ridge of the glans, or two are placed on either side. Less often, a “king’s crown” is where several dydoes are placed around the head of the penis. A deep dydoe (also known as “Zephyr”) is one that uses a longer barbell and exits near the tip of the penis. Healing Time: 4 – 12... read more


The Apadravya is a piercing made from the base of the underside, either side of the fraenum, and diagonally up and out through the top of the glans. The urethra is often pierced when doing this piercing. Healing Time: 2 – 12... read more


The ampallang is a male genital piercing that penetrates horizontally through the entire glans of the penis. The piercing may be transurethral (passing through the urethra). A variant on this piercing is the shaft ampallang, which penetrates the shaft of his penis horizontally at any point along its length. The counterpart to this piercing is the apadravya, which penetrates the glans vertically. The combination of an ampallang and an apadravya is sometimes referred to as the magic cross. Healing time: usually takes between 4 – 6 months, but can take a year or... read more