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 The following tips on stretching piercings are specifically aimed at gauging earlobes, where earlobe piercings can be enlarged to very large sizes to incorporate many different types of ear jewelry including awesome flesh tunnels. Stretching piercings has been popular in many civilizations t hroughout history, taking many forms from gauging earlobes to stretching labret and septum piercings. In the very early periods of history the materials used were wood, stone, bone, horn, shells, claws and talons, shaped and carved to facilitate stretching piercings. The oldest known incidence of humans gauging earlobes was discovered in 1991, in a glacier in the Otztal Alps between Italy and Austria, where a 5,300 year-old mummified body was found with tattoos and an earlobe piercing of between 7 mm and 11 mm diameter. Although the method used was known for definite, this may have been carried out by a method known as dead stretching, where progressively larger ear jewelry is forced through the


 Are piercings attractive for men and women to wear, or are they merely annoying distractions from what a person's true appearance is. Nose and lip piercings are attributed a lot to the Gothic realms of society, but it is increasingly common nowaday s for all members of society to don a stud somewhere on their body. In fact the more and more we venture into the time of free speech and liberation, people are beginning to run out of places to get piercings. A piercing on the ear lobe can be seen as quite classy but aside from that it is seen as a bit radical and alternative. Can these be seen as attractive? I personally don't find any women attractive that have piercings in any other places other than on their ear lobe. For many however a tongue piercing can be particularly alluring, especially if the suitor is attractive. There are many women out there who do have a ridiculous amount of piercings, but if used in the correct way then there is definitely a market out there for pi

The History and Culture of Stretched Ears

 People have been decorating and making changes to the appearance of their bodies since recorded history began. This has taken many forms through the ages, such as tattooing, piercing, stretching, scarring, branding, muscle sculpture, hair styling and many more, and for almost as many different reasons. The three major purposes of these forms of body modification have historically been tribal (to display allegiance to one tribe or group of people), in war (to scare the enemy and distinguish friend from foe), and for fashion and perceived beauty. Ear stretching has been popular for centuries, but this popularity has increased in Western culture in recent years. For some, there is a profound spirituality in the protracted process of stretching ears, while for others it is fun and more involved than simple ear piercing, and the fact that fewer people do it adds to its appeal. Others have their own reasons, but irrespective of these, stretched ears have always been part of human histor


 Pain Will Vary Between People - Some people tell tales of the harrowing amounts of pain they experienced when getting their nose pierced, while others felt maybe a little pinch. It's different for everyone. Safe Metals vs Non-Safe Metals - Even beyond which metals are safe to use for piercing, it's important to know what materials you are allergic to. The last thing you want to experience is a bad reaction that could ruin your piercing, but you certainly want to avoid a reaction that could be detrimental to your health. Types of Nose Rings and Piercing Styles - If you are only aware of one type of nose ring and piercing, you've got some serious homework to do. Healing Varies Between People - In the same way that everyone experiences pain a little differently, so, too, does the same apply to how quickly one heals. It can be annoying, but you need to be patient. Relatively Low-Cost - A nose piercing is a pretty low-cost foray into the world of body art and modification. Jus