When it comes to female genital piercing I have done some really exciting procedures and some extremely nice work. I have a great understanding of the female anatomy and I have been using only the best methods for female genital procedures, the highest quality body jewellery in the industry and of course state-of-the-art sterilization methods.

With genital work, I typically work appointment only and prefer a sit down consultation prior to the work being done.

If you are at all interested in female genital work and would like to know what types of piercings there are for you to choose from, here are a few of the most popular female genital procedures I perform:

Vertical Hood: Along with the horizontal hood this is the most common female genital piercing. It passes through the clitoral hood from a single point and allows the jewellery to lie directly on top on the stem of the clit. Stimulation varies from woman to woman. Most women wear a curved bar in this piercing, though a ring is not uncommon. I start this piercing at either a 12g or 10g, always preferring the larger.

Horizontal Hood: This piercing passes through the clitoral hood horizontally and allows the ring to lie across the stem of the clit and the bead to lie directly on the clit itself. Usually round pieces of jewellery are worn in this piercing such as captive rings or circular barbells and I pierce horizontal hoods starting at 12g or 10g or larger.

Inner Labia: These piercings heal extremely quickly and are often done in pairs. For most women, these piercings are strictly meant for esthetic looks over anything else. Some women will wear one ring through the two piercings to create a chastity device. These piercings I perform with 10g rings and larger.

Outer Labia: These piercings pass through the labia majora and are sometimes slow to heal. Much like the inner labia, they offer little to no sensation and are worn mainly for esthetic purposes. These piercings I pierce with 10g rings and larger.

Fourchette: A fourchette piercing is a labial piercing done at the rear rim of the vagina. I perform this piercing using a 10g curved bar or in rare occasions a straight bar. This piercing is probably one of the least performed female genital piercings.

Triangle: Not to be confused with a deep horizontal hood piercing, the piercing passes underneath the clitoral shaft. This piercing is anatomy dependent. I always have a consultation with the client to determine if they are suitable for this procedure – not all women are good candidates for this piercing. Most women agree that this piercing offers more stimulation than any other female genital piercing because it puts pressure on the clitoris from the underneath. I normally start this piercing with a 10g ring and have a follow up appointment to make sure it is healing fine. Some women need to change the jewellery diameter or shape for optimal healing and normal wear. With that being said, this piercing is normally easy to heal without problems.

Christina: This piercing starts on the outside the top of the hood and exits through the pubic mound, and is quite often a surface piercing. Like the Triangle, I always have a consultation prior to doing the work because, most women need a custom-made piece if they are not suited for a surface bar. I usually start this piercing at a 14g or a 12g depending on the client and their anatomy, as well as the jewellery we are going to use.

Nefertiti: This is personally my favorite of all the female genital piercings. For a long while I had been performing this piercing not knowing that it had already been done and named! Imagine a vertical hood meets a Christina piercing. It travels from the public mound, and rather than exiting above the top of the clitoral hood like the Christina, it follows through the entire hood, and the bottom sits exactly like a vertical hood piercing. This is not to be confused with an Isabella piercing, which is considered a much riskier and rarer piercing than the Nefertiti. A consultation is once again needed prior to doing the actual work, as jewellery is again an issue dependent on anatomy. I usually perform this piercing with a 14g or 12g custom-made bar.

I always use the highest quality jewellery in the industry to pierce with. From high grade polish to the finest internal threading I’ve ever seen and used, our friends at Anatometal make the best quality body jewellery on earth. I always stock every gauge, diameter and style at all times and consult on custom pieces. With my high standards of sterilization, best methods for these procedures and optimal placement, I have carved out a reputation in this industry as a specialist when it comes to female genital piercing.