Today’s Guess What? is an interesting one. Or is it? Is it a surface piercing, or something completely different? Only one way to know, make a guess and read ahead to see if you’re right.
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Alright so after a trip through the BMEWiki I couldn’t find mention of this piercing anywhere, so unless someone else has named it prior to this, I’ll refer to this as a “Sandra” piercing. Here’s what Martin Lysdah from Gorlubb Piercing in Copenhagen has to say about this particular piercing.
This is a surface piercing placed between the buttocks above the anus. This placement was chosen by the client, Sandra, because she had a hole where her foetal tail had been. Normally this hole closes up completely, but not on her, so she wanted to have it pierced. I agreed to do it after warning her about the dangers of being pierced near the anus. The reason why the gemstone tilts to the left is because her tailbone extends further down towards her anus than on other people. It pushes the bar underneath the surface to the right. I chose the name this piercing after her, Sandra.
So, it’s a surface piercing, but it also passes through a hole left behind from the vestigial tail she had while an embryo. Given how rare that factor is, I can’t see too many people having this particular piercing.