My search for a video of a rare dolphin piercing from BRAVO’s Mike Natali has been unsuccessful, but I’ve been finding lots of great video shot at his Brandon Florida shop in the mid/late 1990s so it’s been a fair tradeoff.
This apadravya was performed on a friend after an intense SM session where the client’s friends comforted and reassured him during the piercing; not standard piercing practice in 2017 but at the time it wasn’t that unusual for ‘enhancing’ piercings to be performed in a ritualized sexual context.
This video is presented for archival purposes only and should not be considered a how-to.
I imported almost 100gb of raw 8mm (cassette) video yesterday; I’m still sorting and storing everything but the content will hopefully rolling out here on SD over the next few weeks. One of the more surprising clips I rediscovered was of BRAVO! owner/piercer Mike Natali performing a glans superincision (which would, I suppose, still be considered a meatotomy) at his Brandon, Florida shop probably sometime in 1996-7.
I apparently filmed it but I have zero recollection of it. Memory is a funny thing.
While ampallangs are normally pierced through the glans, some people place the piercing immediately behind the glans, or through the body of the shaft itself. A shaft ampallang placed immediately behind the glans is treated pretty much the same as a regular ampallang, but one through the body of the shaft is quite different. Experience has shown that ideally the piercing should be done while the penis is erect — since if it’s done while flaccid, it pinches when erect. This is an extremely rare piercing. 1
Piercer Mike Natali performed this ampallang piercing, placed behind the glans, in 1993 or 1994. Initially pierced with an 8g needle, the piercing was immediately stretched to 6g. While the client was happy with the placement, he removed the piercing shortly after and asked to be repierced for the sensation.
As with most of the archival videos presented on Sacred Debris, this footage contains techniques that aren’t consistent with modern standards and is being made available in an effort to document and archive body modification history.
Stay tuned to the end of the clip for a special message.
A few weeks ago I started an Instagram account for my Occult Vibrations blog; taking some of my favorite images off of the blog and sending them out into the void that is click-to-like instantblogging. I’ve started to run out of pre-scanned images, so I’m actually going to have to start working at it soon. Should be fun. If you feel like following you can do that here: Occult Vibrations on Instagram.