Male Chastity Piercings


Are you looking to find out more information about male chastity piercings? A well known type of piercing, piercings in the genital area are becoming more and more popular with men and even with celebrities. Keep reading to learn more about male chastity piercings and figure out if perhaps it's the right style for you.

What Is a Chastity Piercing?

Traditionally, a chastity piercing is any form of piercing that forces chastity. This means that the piercing is meant to prevent sex. In some cultures, the piercing is imposed onto others. In other cultures, some choose the piercing either for themselves or out of the appeal of the style. In women, a common chastity piercing is a ring used to hold the labia closed so that the penetration cannot occur.

What Types of Male Chastity Piercings Are There?

In general, there are three different types of male genital piercings that can be referred to as a chastity piercing:

  • Piercing the foreskin
  • A frenulum piercing
  • A guiche piercing

Each of these piercings can be modified in different ways to encourage chastity.

Piercing the Foreskin

Piercing the foreskin closed is a less common type of genital piercing than the rest. The piercing itself runs through the foreskin and the head of the penis to seal the foreskin.

A Frenulum Piercing

A frenulum piercing is a piercing that runs through the frenulum of the penis. A common variant, the Prince Albert piercing, runs though the frenulum and into the urethra. A man can get a reverse Prince Albert piercing where the piercing exist through a hole at the top of the glans. The piercing can be altered to prevent intercourse.

A Guiche Piercing

A guiche piercing is one that runs through the perineum. Some common modifications to the tattoo include connecting it to the skin of the scrotum or creating a series of guiche piercing. A common modification to make a Prince Albert piercing more of a chastity piercing is connecting it to a guiche piercing so that an erection is prevented.

Problems With Chastity Piercings

The main problem that occurs with a male piercing in the genital area is hygiene. It is highly important to keep the area clean and dry. The genital area tends to be a hotbed of humidity and it is important to take care of the piercing in order to prevent complications.

With piercings that enter the urethra, such as the Prince Albert piercing, a common problem can be urinary tract infections. Painful infections, urinary tract infections must be taken care of with antibiotics promptly before they get worse. They can, however, often reoccur and the piercing may need to be removed.

Tips For Getting A Male Piercing For Chastity

  • Be sure that the piercer and his or her space is clean. Check the license and the history of your piercer. Ask to see pictures of work they have done. The area of the body being pierced is highly sensitive and precious: be sure to take care to make sure your piercer will not bring harm to it!
  • Get into a routine of genital cleanliness before you even get the piercing so that cleaning with the piercing will become second nature.
  • While many men state that most piercings in the area do not end painful, it is important to weigh your personal resistance to pain prior to getting the piercing.
  • Be sure to investigate any possible problems that can occur with your piercing, so you can prevent small problems from becoming larger ones.


A chastity piercing can be something very personal. It can also be something that someone enjoys aesthetically. Whatever the reason, a piercing in the genital area can be a very fulfilling piercing. Just be sure to take all proper steps in safety to ensure that your personal or aesthetic piercing doesn't become a painful nightmare months later.

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