Suitcase Piercing

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Suitcase Piercing

A Suitcase Piercing is an extremely rare female genital piercing which travels between the anal canal and the vaginal opening. Imagine a deep anal piercing connected to a deep fourchette.

It is very, very important to note that this piercing carries with it an extremely high risk of peritonitis and the associated problems that come with that. Most piercers would not consider this to be a viable piercing (for good reason), and will refuse to perform it.

The name Suitcase Piercing was coined by Patrick Bartholomew for piercings at greater depths with large gauge jewelry.

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