Two for Tuesday

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Yesterday, I had my biggest day of viewers on my blog so far,  so thanks to all my readers!


A couple of items for your reading pleasure today:

I got a nice note from a piercer in Newcastle, Australia, via my IAM page on BME, who said:

Hey Cloud. Your blog is really going well I see.  I want to say how much I enjoy checking it out. You  have a real way of conveying the information so its easy to understand. . .  An awesome resources site.  I have started to let my clients know about it. “

Wow.  I’m blushing! Thanks, Greg! So if any of you are reading me from Australia, give a shout out.

Second, for men with genital piercings, there’s a survey you can take part in. The group doing this survey is the same one which has done a study of VCH (Vertical Clitoral Hood) piercings in women, so it’s legit.

I urge you to support academic and scientific research about body piercing when you can, so here’s the link to participate in this survey:

Men With Genital Piercings Survey

It’s my understanding that it’s composed of basic questions about piercing and your lifestyle. Thanks once again to Elayne Angel for posting about this study on her blog.  I’m waiting with bated breath for the book’s  release, Elayne!

Thanks to Tambako the Jaguar for the lemurs!

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6 Responses to Two for Tuesday

  1. Old Gringo says:

    You’re an international celeb!

  2. piercedconsumer says:

    I shudder to think.

    so . . . did you do the survey?

  3. Old Gringo says:

    Um…no…I rarely do surveys.

    I take it you think I should, so I may reconsider. You’re a woman of influence. 😉

  4. Old Gringo says:

    I did it.

    I try to communicate with accuracy and precision. Responding to questions in surveys like that, that force me into one size fits all boxes, make me want to scream. Very frustrating.

    • piercedconsumer says:

      I understand, but I’m sure, from a design and statistic standpoint, that they need quantifiable and comparable answers. (Where’s that Statistics for Dummies book . . . )

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