Sorry folks, but there’s no magic bullet–or should I say, wand?
People always ask if genital piercings really do make sex better. Or they ask how specific piercings feel during sex. They ask, which is better for sex, a horizontal or vertical clitoral hood piercing? They ask will a Prince Albert feel good during anal sex? How can I convince my wife to get her VCH? And on and on.
I think people are way too focused on “which piercings make sex better.” As far as I know, most piercings do not impart a huge amount of direct stimulation. Some may, yes, depending on the combination of partners, individual anatomy, and the piercings themselves. Bigger, sturdier jewelry will of course be felt more and have more impact. But I think the effect is more subtle than people expect.
There are downsides to piercings and sex, too: Partners may not like them, oral sex can chip teeth, there is a danger of rippage/accidents, they may even actively hurt the owner of the piercing or the partner during sex, etc.
The most direct benefit, to me, is that piercings heighten one’s sexuality in general.
Piercings, and not just genital piercings either–navels, nipples, and even other placements, because not everyone has the same erogenous zones, can enhance your awareness of your body. They make you feel sensual, make you more aware of your genitals and your body, they are visually stimulating. They make you think about sex, and waalaa! — you’re sexier!
As my friend Angel always says, our culture does not support genital pride, so ornamenting your bits for sensation or aesthetics can have a very direct effect on how you feel about your body. Just don’t expect that because you have a hafada or a VCH or whatever, that you or your partner will magically experience orgasms galore.
‘Tis a pity.