Deco Dangle

Ever since I had my clitoris hood pierced, I wanted to feel it. Oh, don’t get me wrong. The first couple of weeks I was acutely aware of the piercing. Not because it hurt, but just because. It felt like everyone looking at me could see my new piercing right through my clothes. Actually, I wanted to tell everyone about it, but of course I didn’t.

After some weeks the intense feeling subsided, and I started to look for other means to really ‘feel’ the piercing. One day I found a nice clip-on charm, clipped it onto my piercing and let it hang there. As I walked it swung on the ring through my clitoris hood and moved the metal around under my skin. A delicious feeling, and one that left me hot and bothered for as long as I had the charm clipped on, and for longer than that. I wanted more clip-on charms, but couldn’t find any that were specifically designed to be clipped on a piercing ring. The jury is still out on this one, as I have still not found it.

In the meantime I just occasionally use this one I have, like I did in this picture.

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14 thoughts on “Deco Dangle

  1. Loved reading about your experience. No piercings here (other than Jill’s ears), but I’ve occasionally wondered about it. And the photo – well, you know I’m a fan of your gorgeous body, and this certainly doesn’t change that.

    – Jack

  2. Funny, I love hanging things off my labial rings but have never hung anything off the horseshoe of my VCP… I should give it a go. Lovely!!

    ~Kazi xxx

  3. Oh, very nice! When I get my nipples repierced I want to get charms for them. I know its not the same as a hood piercing (though that is something I consider once in a while). ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. When I got my hood pierced years ago I was told everything would be super-intense for a while, but it would subside after a while. I love the idea of a charm to wake it up again!
    And what a gorgeous backdrop for the charm…

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