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Breastfeeding with Piercings

astfeeding with Piercings From: feral mermaid [email protected] Subject: Breastfeeding with Piercings (the *true* story!) Newsgroup: Rec.Arts.Bodyart Okay... so I am a Licensed Midwife, a La Leche League leader (a breastfeeding counselor), a Certified Doula (childbirth assistant), a Certified Childbirth Educator, and a CDC Certified HIV/AIDS Counselor... Midwifery and Women's Health Care has been my calling for the last 14 years. I have several body piercings and tatts but no nipple piercings. However, I have helped about 6 women successfully nurse their babies while keeping the rings/bars intact... and many others who chose to remove the rings/bars during the baby's suckling. ... read more

madison piercing.

ison piercing. Here is my personal experience with a madison piercing. My partner and I were planning on going into The Gates of Hell, in Troy, NY, to get a new barbell for her tongue- she had had it pierced there by Jeff, and was ready to have it downsized. I wasn't planning on having anything done at the time, but I was considering buying a curved barbell to replace the captive bead ring in my navel once it heals completely, so I went along. Jeff had done two piercings for me before- a cartilage pierce and a rook. We ... read more

Stretching Your Lobes

Your Lobes Stretching Your Lobes This is just my advice - it's far from gospel truth :) Lobe stretching has been popular in nearly every tribal culture historically, and seems to be picking up in popularity in our anti- bodmod culture. It is very easy to do... (BTW This information pretty much applies to any fleshy tissue stretching.) GETTING STARTED You will need a fully healed, well placed piercing. By well placed I mean that it should be high up enough on the lobe that when stretched the bottom skin won't be thinner than the sides - this can cause ... read more

Navel Piercing Experience

el Piercing Experience It's been two years since I had my navel pierced, but the memory hasn't faded any, and I know that it never will. I still haven't decided whether I prefer spontaneous events to planned ones, but this was probably the most spontaneous thing I've ever done. I'd had an interest in doing something drastic, purely for shock value. I was only sixteen, so when my parents said no to the idea of a nose ring, I seriously had to consider their opinion. The idea of a belly-button ring hadn't really appealed that much to me, there isn't ... read more

Nipple piercing experience at Body Accents

ple piercing experience at Body Accents Nipple piercing experience at Body Accents I have been an avid visitor of BME ever since my friend gave me the URL (when it was still at the other server). Visiting BME frequently provided me outlook of unique body art, and information that is helpful and interesting. I have always wanted a tattoo (have yet to get one, though... Don't know exactly what I want), but it was only recently that I decided to get both my nipples pierced. 1. The Decision I started talking to a girl at work about piercings and body ... read more

Playing with Fire

By Michelle Delio One second of exposure to searing hot metal, perhaps a sizzling sound and the thinnest wisp of smoke, and the first strike is done. It's the beginning of a piece of art that will be formed from flames and scars. Branding isn't new. In western cultures it was normally used as a means of marking criminals and slaves. The French branded a "Fleur de Lis" into the shoulder of a criminal, a mark meant to turn the bearer into an outcast from civilized culture forever. But then they got a little carried away and started branding Protestants ... read more

The Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition

Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition The Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition. Copyright &copy 1995 Mike McCabe On their voyages across the surface of the earth, 15th and 16th century maritime explorers referred to the unknown regions of the globe as Terra-Incognita or uncharted territory. They roamed the surface of the world blindly, unaware of the significance of its contour. Without the luxury of a map, early explorers had no meaningful framework that could orient them in their travels, there was no top or bottom to anything. There was nothing but the stars to help ... read more

My self peircings story

self peircings story When I was 15 I thought I would like to pierce my nipple and I did, just like that a moment of thought and blammo the next thing I know I had done it with a saftey pin. Little did I know I should have planned it better and get more info about it cause I didn't tape it down or anything so about 4:00 am I awoke almost screaming in pain cause I sleep on my stomach and during my rest I had moved wrong and irritated my new piercing. I took it out so I ... read more

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