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Posted: It can look hot in both guys and girls but it really depends on the person.... eg my dad with his bellybutton pierced=not hot my boyfriend with his bellybutton pierced=very hot it sounds a bit like stating the obvious...
i dont think you can just say belly piercing on all men is gross! and yeah, rings are better.
Miranda (mewcat)BRONZE Member queen of all the hipsters 150 posts Location: Cornwall/Birmingham, United Kingdom
Posted: I'm not actually that crazy about it, but it's not like I hate it. I think my dislike isn't that it looks feminine (as far as I'm concerned, feminine's an excellent thing, with the exception of long hair on guys, which I don't really like. I actually prefer short hair on women too, but my last girlfriend had long blonde hair and i thought she was pretty darn fabulous, so i guess you shouldn't narrow things down too much by only going for people who are your "type". What the hell am I rambling on about? God, shut up, Miranda). I don't know, I just find it a bit off-putting, but I really have no idea why. Sorry, this is entirely unhelpful. I think I may have had too much coffee, I seem to still be wittering on... Ultimately it doesn't matter what anyone else says, if you like them, get one!
.:star:.SILVER Member Pooh-Bah 1,785 posts Location: Bristol, United Kingdom
Written by: xavier_armadillo 4 seperate starter type rings, not the one piece until later
rings will take a lot longer to heal than curved bars (straight bars are even more evil). Rings flap about and get caught on clothing lots more which makes for a painful piercing that leaves nasty scars and sometimes causes the piercing to move.
I would strongly advise AGAINST getting rings in any type of naval piercing, atleast wait until it is healed before putting a ring in.
Posted: At the time belly button infection, if there is pus and it has not yet drained, try using hydrogen peroxide. The peroxide will assist in draining the pus and clearing the infection. Only use hydrogen peroxide for these reasons, do not use it after the infection is gone.
Posted: I just pierced myself - wanted to do it for years so I finally did. It really does not matter to me what others think - as a pansexual man, I am open to new things always ;-) I am very respectful of others opinions, and when I have nothin good to say, I say nothing ;-)
I pierced two days ago - missshot at first and went for a second - success!