Print with images and other media Print text only Print Cancel I'm probably the most colourful doctor you'll meet today, is what Sarah Gray tells patients if they mention her hand and neck tattoos when she's working in an Adelaide hospital. Dr Gray is one of a growing number of young women with visible tattoos in Australia, a trend that shows no sign of slowing down. It's estimated one in five Australians have one or more tattooswith 24 per cent of women saying they have ink compared to 19 per cent of men. When it comes to piercings, there are no national surveys to count them, but if you include ear lobe piercings the numbers would be very high. When you're surrounded by people with tattoos and facial piercings, it can be hard to remember that some people aren't big fans of body decorations. So should the inked-up and skewered generation stand proud and display their artwork to the world with no apologies, or should they sometimes cover them up, take out the metal and play along with the less decorative parts of society?
Are there sexual benefits? Not exactly. Contrasting a clitoris piercing that boosts amazing thing, a Christina is purely ornamental. Designed for your benefit You may not benefit from any extra physical pleasure from the piercing itself, but merely having it can do wonders for your sexual confidence. For starters, simply seeing before being aware of your piercing is enough to arouse some people.
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