What Is a Prince Albert Piercing and How Does It Change Your Sex Life?

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Heard about Prince Albert piercings and want to know more? You’ve come to the perfect place!

In this post, I’ll explain everything you need to know about this amazing type of male genital piercing and explain exactly how you can use one to improve your sex life!

If giving your woman more G-spot pleasure and stronger orgasms sound appealing, then keep reading, and all will be revealed! I’ll help you decide the best type of jewelry to buy and the best placement to maximize her pleasure!

Getting a piercing is a big decision, so I’ll explain the good, the bad, and the ugly of getting a Prince Albert and help you decide whether the rub is worth the squeeze! I’ll walk you through the process of having the piercing done and explain precisely how to take care of your new addition!

If giving your woman more pleasure sounds appealing but getting a piercing doesn’t; then I’ve got some awesome non-invasive alternatives that will give both you and your woman plenty of pleasure!

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I intentionally made this guide fairly long and detailed, so if any of the above topics sounds appealing, then feel free to click on them and skip right ahead!

Before we begin, I must hit y’all with a quick disclaimer:

This guide is strictly for information and entertainment purposes only. SchoolofSquirt.com does not endorse any of the practices discussed herein. All opinions expressed are those of the writer and have not been written or reviewed by a physician or healthcare professional. Always abide by the laws of your country.

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What is a Prince Albert piercing?

There are many different types of male genital piercings, but one of the most common ones is called the Prince Albert. It’s a good beginner piercing and is the type that most people think of when they hear ‘male genital piercing.’ The Prince Albert piercing goes through the area underneath the head of the penis called the frenulum and into the urethral opening.

Prince Albert piercing

The Prince Albert looks scarier than other types of piercings such as frenulum piercings because one end of the jewelry sits in the urethra and one end passes out of the bottom wall of the penis, as shown below:

Prince Albert piercing

The other type of penis piercing you may have heard about is called the Reverse Prince Albert. This type of piercing goes through the urethra and exits through the head of the penis, known as the glans.

How did it get its name?

According to popular belief, the Prince Albert piercing is so-named because Prince Albert, as in the husband of Queen Victoria of England, was rumored to have had his penis pierced in the 1820s, prior to marrying the Queen.

At the time, the popularity of extremely tight trousers led some men to have a type of genital piercing known as a ‘Dressing Ring.’ This ring made it possible to ‘hook’ a man’s penis to the left or right, inside his trousers, and avoid creating an unsightly bulge.

What different styles of jewelry are available?

Prince Albert jewelry comes in an astonishing range of sizes, styles, and materials! However, we can broadly sub-categorize them into three main groups:

  1. Captive rings
  2. Barbells – bent and curved
  3. Wands

Let’s look at these exciting options below!

1. Captive rings

Captive rings are the classic full ring jewelry that most people think of when they hear the term ‘Prince Albert piercing.’ The ring passes through the frenulum, into the urethra and out of the external urethral opening. Captive rings are secured with a small metal ball to form a complete circle.

2. Barbells

Barbells are another popular type of Prince Albert jewelry that you may have seen. They feature a solid bar – either bent or curved, and two removable balls screwed onto each end. Barbells come in a range of thicknesses, and some feature an additional ring called a ‘door knocker.’ This is attached to the end of the barbell that exits the frenulum and provides added stimulation during sex!

3. Wands

The third type of jewelry you should know about is ‘wands.’ Wands come in a huge range of shapes and sizes, but their defining feature is that they have a main ‘body’ that sits inside the urethra. Most wands have a perpendicular bar that connects to the main body and passes out of the piercing in the frenulum.

Some wands even have two bars for people who decide to have a second piercing! Depending on the wearer’s preferences, a circular ‘door knocker’ ring may be attached to this bar for added stimulation!

Wands are considered to be an ‘advanced’ type of jewelry as they are more invasive and are only suitable for wearers whose piercing has fully healed. In some cases, the wearer may have to stretch their urethra with a technique known as ‘sounding’ before the main body of the wand can be inserted. Many people find that wand jewelry pinches the skin uncomfortably when they are flaccid and active. They’re certainly fun for the bedroom, though!

What materials can jewelry be made from?

In addition to helping you choose the best type of Prince Albert jewelry, your piercer will also be able to suggest the type of material. Let’s look at some of the most popular materials you’ll find on the market!

  • Biocompatible polymers: Some penis piercing first-timers opt for a plastic barbell or ring as these are economical, strong, sturdy, and offer a degree of flexibility. Plastic jewelry is a great option as you don’t have to worry about shelling out too much for something that you may find uncomfortable and need to replace later on!
  • Gold: 14-karat yellow or white gold – not gold-plated – is hypoallergenic and won’t cause infections or allergic reactions, making it a popular choice. However, gold is softer and somewhat less durable than other metals.
  • Niobium: As an inert metal, Niobium is hypoallergenic and perfect for those with sensitive skin. It’s almost as hard as Titanium but is more widely available and comes at a much lower price point.
  • Titanium: Titanium is highly robust and hypoallergenic, making it ideal for penis piercing jewelry. However, given its relatively high price point, you need to consider a purchase carefully. It may make more sense to hold off buying titanium jewelry until you’ve had your piercing for at least six months. This lets you make sure you are happy and comfortable with piercing before making a major purchase.
  • Platinum: Platinum jewelry isn’t as strong and robust as titanium, but it has a luster and beauty which other metals can’t match. Its relative scarcity gives it a higher price point and makes it one of the most desirable metals for penis jewelry!

The benefits

Why would anyone want to get their penis pierced, you may ask? Well, you may be surprised! There are quite a few reasons why Prince Albert piercings are appealing. Let’s look at some of them:

Body art

Some people simply like piercings for the way they look, especially if it’s part of their culture, and they are into piercings in general. A penis piercing lets you experiment with many different types of jewelry and completely change the way that part of your anatomy looks, which can be gratifying in its own unique way!

Increased sexual pleasure for the wearer

Men who opt for Prince Albert piercings enjoy intense urethral stimulation during masturbation, oral sex, and intercourse! As the jewelry moves around and stimulates the penile tissue, it excites more nerve endings and creates bucketloads of pleasure for the wearer!

Increased sexual pleasure for the partner

One of the best reasons – and probably the most common reason – for getting a penis piercing is that it increases your partner’s pleasure during intercourse! You can experiment with different types of jewelry – captive rings, barbells, and wands – and make sex feel intensely pleasurable!

If your partner is female or has a vagina, the jewelry will feel amazing on her G-spot during sex! The secret is knowing where you’re woman’s sweet spot is located! If you’re partner’s G-spot is on the front wall of her vagina, a Prince Albert piercing will provide strong G-region stimulation in a rear-entry position like Doggy Style.

Depending on the distance between their clitoris and vaginal opening, the jewelry may also stimulate her clit by brushing past when you enter her, leading to some mind-blowing orgasms!

If your woman is among the 16 percent of women whose G-spots are on the bottom wall of their vaginal canal, a Prince Albert piercing will provide strong G-spot stimulation in a man-on-top position like Missionary!

Orgasmic butt play

Prince Albert jewelry is great for ANY type of sex, but it’s especially great for butt play! If your partner is female and she’s open to exploring some dark side pleasure, the jewelry will stimulate her A-spot, leading to some toe-curling anal orgasms!

If your partner is male or has a prostate, your piercing will feel spectacular on his P-spot! You can try out different thicknesses and weights of jewelry until you find one that makes booty play feel spectacular!

Read my SECRET tips for giving your partner an anal orgasm here!

The best sex positions to try

Getting a Prince Albert piercing can be a great way to spice up your sex life and give you and your partner bucket loads of pleasure! But the amount of pleasure, and your success, depends on two main factors;

  1. The type of jewelry you wear
  2. The location and depth of your partner’s G-spot

Let’s look at both of these exciting factors in more detail!

1. The type of jewelry you wear

As we’ve seen, there’s a huge range of jewelry you can wear with a Prince Albert piercing! Besides captive rings, barbells and wands, you can customize jewelry with ‘door knocker’ rings or even swap them out for larger sizes!

The size of the jewelry you wear can have a big impact on the amount of pleasure you and your partner receive! You want to go big enough so that your partner can feel it, but not so big that it becomes uncomfortable!

2. The location and depth of your partner’s G-spot

During penis-in-vagina (PinV) sex, the main reason why a Prince Albert piercing will feel pleasurable is that it rubs against an area of the vagina known as the G-spot. This supposedly highly erogenous area was first mentioned in a 1982 book about human sexuality, and its mere existence is a matter for hot debate!

While there’s no anatomic or biochemical evidence that it exists, the G-spot is believed to be the point on the vaginal canal where a woman’s inner clitoral network meets her vaginal wall.

You see, the visible ‘nub’ that most people think of when they think of the clitoris is just the head, or ‘glans.’ The clitoral network, however, is much longer; it runs in two spidery ‘legs’ – one down each side of the vulva – and reaches back up to five inches inside the body – making it roughly the same length as an average-sized penis!

The G-spot is the point at which this network of nerves meets the vaginal wall. The important thing to know is that when you’re touching your woman’s G-spot with your penis or rubbing it with a Prince Albert piercing, you’re actually stimulating her clitoral network!

However, the latest research indicates that far from being just a ‘spot,’ the G-spot is more like a region, and its position varies quite dramatically between different women. If this sounds confusing, think of the way that veins run through your forearms in a slightly different way to everyone else’s. A women’s clitoral network is just the same; it runs through her body and joins with her vaginal canal in a way that’s unique to her!

According to research by OMGYes:

  • 48 percent of women say their G-region is on the top wall (belly side) of their vaginal canal.
  • 19 percent say theirs is slightly to the top-right or top-left,
  • 9 percent say their sweet spot is on the side wall.
  • 16 percent say theirs is on their bottom (lower) wall,
  • Most surprisingly, 20 percent said theirs isn’t consistently in any particular place at all!

What does this mean?

Well, for starters, before you decide whether to get a penis piercing – you need to know where your woman’s G-region is! Perhaps your woman knows and can tell you, or if not, you can go exploring with your finger and discover it – like searching for buried treasure!

Most women report that their G-region only becomes pronounced AFTER plenty of good vaginal sex and at least one good orgasm! Be sure to put plenty of water-based lube on your index finger and slowly enter her vagina. Use constant pressure and feel around until you hit the jackpot! Don’t worry; she’ll be able to tell you when you find it!

Once you know the location of your woman’s sweet spot, you can choose the best sex position that will make your penis piercing feel amazing.

Here’s what to do!

Downward Dog: Best for top wall stimulation

If your woman’s G-spot is on the top wall of her vagina – as 48 percent of women say theirs is – the best position to stimulate her with a Prince Albert piercing will be a rear-entry position like Doggy. One position that ticks ALL the right boxes is called the Downward Doggy – here’s how it’s done!

Technique: Have her kneel on the bed and encourage her to tilt her hips forward so that her butt sticks up. Straddle her thighs and support yourself on your hands as you enter her from behind. Grind into her with small, circular motions so that her G-region and clit get plenty of pressure and stimulation.

Why?

  • In this position, the jewelry will rub against her G-spot on the front wall of her vagina and drive her wild with stimulation!
  • Depending on the size and type of jewelry you have, you may even be able to stimulate her clit when you penetrate her. A great way to enhance her clit stimulation is to use a technique called ‘Dipping.’ This is where you explore the area just inside her vagina and keep your penis in place, letting your jewelry rub against her clit!
  • Getting great clit and G-spot stimulation is all about hitting the perfect angles! With a pillow under her tummy, she’ll be able to tilt her hips precisely so that your jewelry hits her G-region in just the right ways. You may opt to simply stay in and remain perfectly still while she gyrates her hips and moves into the perfect position – it works great!
  • This also works well if her G-spot is on the top-right or top-left of her vaginal wall!

Pretzel Dip: Best for left or right wall stimulation

If your woman’s G-spot is on the left or right side of her vaginal wall, as nine percent of women say theirs are – you’ll have to get creative! As the Prince Albert jewelry mostly stimulates the area under your frenulum, neither a facing nor rear-entry position will get it quite right! What you need is a tilting position called the Pretzel Dip!

Technique: Have her lie on her right or left-hand side, depending on which side her G-spot is located. She needs to lie on the same side – for example, if her G-spot is on the right wall of her vagina, she’ll lie on her right-hand side and vice versa. Straddle her lower leg and raise her upper leg.

Encourage her to wrap her raised leg around your waist, and you’ll find that her pelvis is drawn towards yours, making penetration easy. As you thrust into her, your jewelry will rub her G-spot in the most exquisite way imaginable!

Why?

  • If your woman’s G-spot is on the right or left wall of her vagina, this position will put your penis jewelry to good use! You can get REALLY deep penetration and are almost guaranteed to find her pleasure spot!
  • Over 70 percent of women need a combination of clit stimulation AND penetration to orgasm. This position makes stimulating her clit an absolute cinch! Simply dab some water-based lube on your thumb and lightly rub in small circles over her clit while you thrust into her!

The C.A.T: Best for bottom wall stimulation

If your woman’s G-region is on the bottom wall of her vagina, the best position to try is called the C.A.T. – the Clitoral Alignment Technique!

Technique: Have her lie on her back and move into the standard missionary position with you on top. Instead of being chest-to-chest, move up and over to one side, so that you are over one of her shoulders. Then, have her slightly bend her opposite knee. For example, if you’re over her right shoulder, have her bend her left knee. Instead of an in-and-out thrusting movement, use a grinding, up-and-down movement – hence this position’s nickname – ‘Grinding the corn’!

Benefits

  • If your woman’s G-spot in on the bottom wall of her vagina, Prince Albert jewelry will grind into it and send her pleasure levels into the stratosphere!
  • Over 80 percent of women say they love penetration that goes in and stays in! This direct, intense contact helps build pleasure, instead of interrupting it as thrusting can! So thrust into her, hold it, and grind, grind, grind!
  • Less than 20 percent of women can orgasm through penetration alone, but when they have clitoral stimulation at the same time, that number jumps to over 70 percent! The C.A.T. puts the base of your shaft into direct contact with her clit, giving it a great success rate!

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What’s the piercing procedure like?

Now that you’ve seen a little bit about what Prince Albert jewelry looks like and the amazing benefits it can offer in the bedroom; you may be wondering, ‘Where do I sign up?’

Let me explain.

Given how sensitive and private your penis is, you’ll need to find a reputable piercer with whom you feel comfortable exposing yourself to. Despite what you may imagine, you don’t need an erection to get a penis piercing – just relax and let the piercer get to work!

The actual procedure itself is fairly straightforward. The piercer will apply a local anesthetic to your penis around 20 minutes beforehand. Once your little guy is comfortably numb, the piercer will clean the area with an antiseptic skin cleanser, mark the area to be pierced, make sure you’re happy with the placement, and begin the piercing process.

There are two main methods for doing a Prince Albert piercing:

  1. The first is for the piercer to open the urethra and push the needle down and through the frenulum. This is direct but can be painful as the needle will inevitably scrape the walls of the urethra – ouch!
  2. The second method is for the piercer to push a hollow metal or glass tube down the urethra and then pierce from the outside of the frenulum into the tube. This avoids the painful scraping that can occur during the first method.

Does a person’s anatomy change the piercing position or jewelry?

Being circumcised or uncircumcised has no impact on which piercing technique can be used or on the position of the piercing and the size of the jewelry. The one factor that may come into play is the size of your shaft. A larger girth may necessitate using a longer barbell or a larger diameter ring, but in most cases, this is a non-issue.

Is it painful?

Yes. Even if you’re used to piercings, getting a Prince Albert is not for the faint of heart! Whichever method your piercer uses, whether going in through the urethral opening or piercing up through the frenulum, you’re going to experience a brief moment of intense, eye-watering pain. Even with a topical anesthetic, you can still expect it to feel somewhat painful.

You can also expect to feel a dull, throbbing discomfort for some time afterward and may need to take an anti-inflammatory medicine such as Ibuprofen to deal with residual discomfort. Aspirin isn’t recommended as it thins the blood and can contribute to bleeding, but the piercer will tell you all this when you have the piercing done!

What’s the best starter jewelry to wear?

Most piercers encourage first-timers to wear a bent or circular barbell and keep it in for at least the first 6 weeks – ideally up to 6 months – while the piercing heals. These types of jewelry won’t cause as much discomfort as, say, a wand, especially when your penis is flaccid, and you’re quite active.

As I mentioned earlier, polymer jewelry is great for newbies, as it’s somewhat more forgiving. Also, if you decide that having the piercing isn’t for you, the outlay isn’t as high.

How long does a piercing take to heal?

Most Prince Albert piercings heal within one to two months. However, this depends greatly on how careful you are with piercing aftercare! In general, you should avoid using soap, as this can dry the skin and delay healing, and you should use a saline wash or a product such as Recovery Piercing Aftercare Spray to speed up the healing process.

For optimal healing times, experts suggest doing two full soaks per day, where you put some saline solution into a small glass and submerge your penis for five minutes. It’s also recommended that you periodically spray your piercing up to 6 times per day using aftercare spray.

Soaking your little fella twice a day for a couple of weeks can become pretty pricey if you’re using a store-bought saline wash solution. A more economical way of keeping clean is to buy some generic saline solution and mix it with some sea salt to create a salt-water dip.

The healing process may seem frustratingly long, but once healed, you can try different styles of jewelry, or larger diameters, in your new piercing!

What are the risks and downsides?

As far as genital piercings go, Prince Albert piercings are considered starter piercings and are less painful than advanced piercings such as the ampallang and apadravya. They heal faster and are less risky. However, that doesn’t mean that they are risk-free. Here’s what you should know before deciding whether to get one!

Ongoing discomfort and pain

If you’re uncut, you may find that your foreskin rubs against the Prince Albert jewelry when you’re flaccid, and causes discomfort. You may also find that the jewelry causes discomfort in general, and you need to change styles or try jewelry made from a different material.

This is one reason why lower-cost polymer jewelry is recommended for first-timers – it’s inert and cheaper to replace if needs be.

Abstinence

While some people report that their Prince Albert piercings healed in under a month, you can expect to experience some tenderness and sensitivity for quite some time. Therefore, it’s best to abstain from both masturbation and intercourse for at least 4 -6 weeks until the piercing has fully healed.

Getting back in the saddle too soon can cause minor tears, which can become breeding grounds for bacteria. It’s best to go full Monk monk and abstain for a while!

Peeing through two holes

Yeah. Spraying urine through your new urethra opening is something you’ll need to get used to! Most men find they have to pee sitting down for a while as they get used to directing uring through the new hole in their frenulum.

With practice, you may be able to cover this hole, but you’ll still find that the jewelry itself causes urine to spray unpredictably out of your external urethral opening!

Risk of infection

Although your own urine is sterile, you still need to be aware that male genital piercings may become infected in a variety of ways. Using anti-inflammatory medicine and sticking with a strict aftercare routine can help minimize some of these risks, but you still need to:

  • Abstain from sex and self-stimulation for up to six weeks to minimize the risks of tears which can harbor bacteria.
  • Avoid unprotected oral sex, as salvia from someone else can transmit bacteria and cause an infection.

Risk of STIs

An added risk of penis piercings is that they can pierce through condoms during intercourse. Consider using thicker gauge condoms to minimize this risk.

Adjusting sexual positions

Many women whose partners get a Prince Albert piercing report that giving blowjobs is less enjoyable. The jewelry can easily irritate the tongue and mouth and snag on lips and teeth, so that’s something you and your partner will need to adjust to. One workaround is to have your partner use smaller, slower motions and ‘hum’ to create sensations through the jewelry and down your urethra.

How to stretch a piercing

If you and your woman subscribe to the ‘bigger is better’ philosophy, Prince Albert piercings have a lot to offer! Most guys like to start with a modest 8-gram piece of jewelry and then stretch up to larger sizes until they find the optimal size for stimulating their partner during sex! How big is ‘big’? Well, think ‘eye-popping,’ and you’re about halfway there!

If you want to start stretching your piercing, you’ll need to wait until it’s fully healed and ideally up to 3 months. You should never go up more than one size at a time, and you must always give your new size twice as long to heal as it took your initial piercing to recover. So if it took you 6 weeks to heal the first time, give your body at least 9 weeks when you go up a size.

To make stretching go smoothly, I recommend using Emu oil for a few weeks, to enhance your skin’s elasticity. Use a threaded piercing taper at the size you’re stretching to and screw your new jewelry onto one end. Use some water-based lube to help thread the tape through your piercing until you can work your new piece of jewelry through. Continue massaging Emu oil around the piercing for a few days afterward to help your skin recover.

Non-invasive alternatives

If you want to give your girlfriend or wife more pleasure but want to take a pass on the piercing, this is the section for you!

Many guys love the idea of maximizing their woman’s G-spot stimulation but aren’t too crazy about the thought of having to pee out of two holes! Fortunately, there’s an awesome range of non-invasive alternatives to penis piercings that your woman is sure to love! Here are three options that will make her cum buckets without a needle in sight!

1. Knobbly condoms

Getting a penis piercing isn’t always the holy grail of G-spot stimulation that some people would have you believe. A piercing can only ever be on one spot of your dick at any one time, and 20 percent of women say their G-spot isn’t consistently in one place! That’s where knobbly condoms come in.

Available in a range of sizes and pleasure options, these novelty condoms come bristling with pleasure beads that will make your woman’s G-spot SCREAM with pleasure! While they won’t give you intense urethral stimulation like real penis jewelry can, they will feel amazing to your woman!

You can try a range of styles to see which ones excite your woman’s sweet spot best! Their little knobbly bumps will caress and rub her G-spot, just like Prince Albert jewelry can. Provided you use oodles of lube, she’ll be a puddle!

Use a technique like ‘dipping,’ where you use just the tip of your dick to explore the opening of her vagina. Hold yourself in place and let her wriggle, gyrate and tilt her hips until the little nubs start feeling awesome!

As a caveat, these are just novelty items that aren’t designed to protect against STIs and unwanted pregnancy, so I still recommend wearing a reputable brand of condom underneath and putting one of these on top!

2. Prepuce ring

If stimulating your woman’s G-spot is your top priority, prepuce rings are a good option for giving pleasure without having to get a piercing! These ingenious rings snap into place around your erect penis using magnets and nestle just under the head of your penis.

Their primary purpose is to help men maintain a stronger, firmer erection by constricting blood flow to the penis. However, the ridged sides are also great for rubbing into your woman’s G-spot as you enter her– just like real Prince Albert jewelry!

I recommend using a technique called ‘sustaining’ where you enter her and stay perfectly still. Let her move around with your hard cock inside and focus on building her pleasure until she cums.

If you plan on using one of these rings with a condom, I suggest wearing a Featherlite condom first, then snapping the Prepuce ring in place and putting another condom on top – just in case it causes any tears!

3. Cock rings

So far, we’ve looked at ways to pleasure your woman, but what about your pleasure? Glad you asked! One oft-overlooked issue with Prince Albert piercings is that while they can deliver intense urethral stimulation at first, like everything in life, the feeling often subsides over time.

While a cock ring can’t exactly match the thrill of real jewelry, there’s something to be said for NOT being pierced and keeping your urethral unobstructed and under-stimulated. Then, on special occasions, just the slightest touch will feel incredible!

One of the best non-invasive alternatives you can buy is a cock ring! You want the type that looks like a circular barbell with a ball at each end. Available in a range of sizes, these rings attach around your shaft, and the balls rub exquisitely into your woman’s G-spot during sex, just like penis piercing jewelry does!

If you find this type of cock ring difficult to keep in position, you can experiment with another type of cock ring featuring a urethra hook, called a ‘Sperm Stopper‘ or ‘Cum Stopper.’ These rings go around the head of your penis and have a little hook that goes into your external urethral opening. This keeps your head nice and firm and gives your woman plenty of thrills, too!

The top hook feels REALLY intense – almost like using a sounding rod – and will keep the cock ring steady while you thrust! The larger bead will work it’s magic on your woman’s G-spot.

Conclusion

Hopefully, you enjoyed reading all about Prince Albert piercings, and I’ve given you some cool ideas for spicing things up in the bedroom!

If you have any questions or comments, give me a shout out in the comments below, and I’ll do my best to get back to you!

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  1. I’ve got a Prince Albert and I love it (so does my GF), but i do know others who regretted getting their penis pierced. There’s definitely pros and cons, so think hard before making a decision and follow the tips in this guide!

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