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Apadravya Location Glans Jewelry Straight barbell v · d · e The apadravya, like the ampallang, is a piercing that passes through the glans. While the ampallang passes horizontally through the glans, the apadravya passes vertically through the glans from top to bottom, almost always placed centrally and passing through the urethra. Off-center apadravyas are also possible, wherein the piercing is deliberately offset, yet usually still passes through the urethra. The piercing is often done on a slightly forward angle to the hips. Sometimes the apadravya is referred to as happydravya because it is said that having sex with a person who has this piercing is highly pleasurable.[1] Contents 1 Procedure 2 Effects 3 History 4 Variations 5 References 6 External links Procedure An apadravya is usually done in one session, though sometimes in two; the first creating a Prince Albert and the second (after healing) completing the apadravya. Straight barbells are the usual jewelry for apadravya piercings. The barbell must be long enough to accommodate erection and initial swelling. The apadravya is usually pierced with a slightly longer barbell than required for a fully healed piercing, and downsizing the length can be required. The barbell can also end with the second ball inside the urethra, providing that the urethral meatus is big enough, however, most men have too small a urethral meatus for that option. The diameter of the initial barbell is usually 2.0 or 2.4 mm. The healing time of an apadravya piercing can vary a lot, depending on the person who has it done, the aftercare, etc. Usually one can have intercourse with a condom after about two or three weeks, but normally it takes at least three months for the piercing to fully heal. After initial healing the piercing can be gradually stretched and larger jewelry can be inserted, reaching sizes above 10 mm in diameter. Effects The apadravya can be one of the most painful male piercings to have done because it passes through the most sensitive part of the penis. However, once healed the piercing is usually very pleasurable because it stimulates the penile tissues internally. It is generally thought of as the most pleasurable for female sexual partners, since the top of the piercing is positioned such that it contacts the G-spot in vaginal intercourse. History The apadravya piercing is mentioned in the Kama Sutra. Variations Variations include the shaft apadravya which pierces the shaft (uncommon, and not performed by many piercers); the magic cross which is a combination of the apadravya and the ampallang; and the apadydoe. If the penis has been subincised or meatotomized, the piercing is called a halfadravya. References ^ Apadravya at the BME Encyclopedia External links "Apadravya" at the BME Encyclopedia "Apadravya" at Tribalectic "Prince’s Wands" John The Wand Man v · d · eBody piercing General piercing topics Contemporary piercing practices · Scalpelling · Stretching · Play piercing · Pocketing · Surface piercing · Ear piercing gun Jewelry (materials) Barbell · Claw · Captive bead ring · Flesh tunnel · Plug · Prince's wand · Spiral · Stud · Nose chain · Nipple shield Ear piercings Tragus · Antitragus · Snug · Daith · Conch · Helix · Rook · Industrial Facial and oral piercings Cheek · Eyebrow · Anti-eyebrow · Lip (Labret · Lip plate · Monroe · Medusa · Jestrum) · Nose (Bridge) · Tongue (Tongue frenulum) · Uvula Body piercings Corset · Hand web · Hip · Madison · Navel · Nipple · Nape · Wrist · Neck Unisex genital or anal piercings Anus · Guiche · Pubic · Chastity Female genital piercings Christina · Clitoris · Clitoral hood · Triangle · Fourchette · Isabella · Labia · Nefertiti · Princess Albertina Male genital piercings Ampallang · Apadravya · Hafada · Foreskin · Deep shaft · Dolphin · Dydoe · Frenum (Frenum ladder) · Lorum · Magic cross · Prince Albert · Reverse Prince Albert · Transscrotal