A Prince Albert
According to legend, Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, pierced his penis with a ring on the end of it so he could move his penis (to the right or left), in a way so as to avoid a noticeable bulge in his tight-fitting pants.
At the time, it was called Dressing Ring and allowed the penis to pretty much hook on to one side of the pants and tailors would make the pants so they fit perfectly in regards to which side the penis was hooked with its ring. Although it wasn’t likely that Prince Albert was the only one to have a penis Piercing for fashion reasons, because he was married to the Queen of England, the name for that particular piercing just stuck.
But while it’s no longer about tightness of pants, the Prince Albert piercing remains a fashion statement, of sorts. The penis is pierced through the urethra opening all the way through to the other side where the glans (head of the penis ) and the shaft come together.
One of the main reasons men get it, aside from the fact that it’s oh-so decorative, is that it’s supposed to make sex better for both he and his partner. During intercourse, the ring stimulates either the g-spot or the prostate and voila! mucho orgasms!
Personally, my own experience has been Yes, I could feel it but I can’t attest to more orgasms strictly because of the piercing But I do think that women who experience g-spot orgasms and men who climax thanks to prostate stimulation, are the ones who really win when it comes to the Prince Albert piercing. As for 75 percent of women who need clitoral stimulation, sadly, the awesomeness of the PA piercing just might be lost on them.
However, considering only three percent of men have their genitals pierced, it’s not like there are a ton of us out there who have experienced it to confirm the possible mind-blowing orgasms factor.
Sorry about the banana picture but more subtle than a real penis pierced for those with a nervous disposition.
Kristina K Aways a pleasure with or without a Prince Albert xxx