Labia: This more common female genital piercing can be placed either through the labia minora or the labia majora (inner and outer labia). As with all genital piercings, this piercing may provide additional stimulation during intercourse.
Clitoral Hood: A piercing that passes through the clitoral hood. The two main types of hood piercings, the vertical clitoral hood piercing and the horizontal clitoral hood piercing, are differentiated by the direction the piercing is oriented in the skin above the clitoris. Neither piercing penetrates the clitoris itself.
Fourchette: The fourchette is a piercing of the small pocket of tissue located at the very bottom of the vagina where the two inner labia join.
Triangle: This piercing passes through the base of the clitoral hood tissue where it meets the inner labia and under the clitoris. The name triangle comes from from the tissue where the labia meet the clitoral hood, which looks like a triangle when pinched.
Clitoris: A piercing through the clitoris itself, this relatively uncommon piercing is often confused with the more common clitoral hood piercing and requires a large enough clitoris to make the piercing stable. Depending on the anatomy of the individual, they can be oriented either vertically or horizontally. Like piercings through the glans in a male, this piercing can be extremely sexually stimulating.
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