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Genital Beading, or Pearling as it is sometimes referred to as, involves placing beads under the skin of the shaft of the penis. The beads I use range in size from very small beads to some rather large ones. Beading is done first and foremost for stimulation for both the wearer and their partner. I want to point out that this process, though mainly done on men, can be done on women as well.
As far as placement is concerned, anywhere in the shaft or the foreskin can easily heal beads. I choose to only use Teflon beads as they are biocompatible, which minimizes the risks, and they are light weight. I can also implant just about any shape you choose, though beads are generally worn and most comfortable.
Genital Ribs are also very commonly done, and are done using the exact same procedure as beading. Ribs are usually around a 4g in diameter and can be done at your request.
I use one simple method when performing this procedure:
When placing the smaller beads I use a large gauge needle. With the larger beads, I make an incision with a scalpel, once the entrance and exit holes have been made I use a taper to stretch the hole large enough to accept the bead. I push the bead into place via a second taper and remove both the tapers from the area in which the bead now sits. I then suture the incisions if required, or in most cases I apply butterfly bandages to close the wounds. I find this method to be the least painful; it can be compared to any standard genital piercing and heals even quicker.
I would like to point out that some partners do not enjoy the physical sensation of beading. Check with your partner(s) before going ahead with this procedure. Though they are extremely easy to remove, I would not want to have clients healing them and then having to go through the healing process a second time after having them removed.
All beads or ribs once placed can shift a little bit, this is common and though they don’t always shift be aware that the possibility is there.