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I can pinch under there too, but from what I understand the longterm compatibility issue was more about how much the labia protrude. I think it's about whether the piercing will end up twisting in everyday life - if your labia are longer then the
I can pinch under there too, but from what I understand the longterm compatibility issue was more about how much the labia protrude. I think it's about whether the piercing will end up twisting in everyday life - if your labia are longer then the piercing is less compressed and has a better chance of healing straight. I could be wrong, though. When I went in for the 2nd consultation I sat myself down and spread my legs so he could check it out, but he said, "No, first stand up normally," and from there he basically told me I wasn't an ideal candidate. I gathered that it was the fact that when I'm just standing normally with my legs closed the area is too compact and would apply bad twisting pressure to the triangle. I hope you have better luck!
Wow. I read a book by the woman who invented the Triangle, Elayne Angel, and she said you should be able to pinch up the clitoral stalk and have room behind it. She said nothing about labial tissue. As many women, I do have some labia minor tissue, and I wasn't aware that would be a problem. I wonder if it matters how much and where it is?
I really need to see a good piercer and see what he or she says about my body.
As to your second post, I was planning on a curved, U shaped barbell rather than a ring. My outer labia is chubby (it's the best word for it) but not large. Inner has some tissue, but not excessive amounts (not that there is a universal standard on labia minora tissue.
Thank you for the additional data.