Nipple Pocketing

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Nipple pocketing is the creation of a "single-hole piercing" in the nipple — quite literally a small pocket in the center of the nipple into which objects and jewelry can be inserted and worn. Nipple pockets are usually created with a t-bar nipple piercing. Once in place, the stem of the piercing (that extends forward through the nip of the nipple) is stretched, while the crossbar of the piercing is removed — thus leaving only the pocket.

Nipple Pocketing
Nipple Pocketing
Nipple Pocketing

Nipple pockets can be retained by wearing a bead or short bar in the main hole secured by a small gauge piercing that runs across the nipple.


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