Reverse Prince Albert/Queen-Victoria-Piercing
The Reverse Prince Albert is also called a Queen Victoria.
Like the Prince Albert piercing, it runs through the urethra, but comes out of the upper glans.
Effectively, it is a “semi-Apadravya”.
Many customers who do not wish to get an Apadravya pierced the first time around often opt for a Reverse PA, which they can then make into an Apadravya by simply getting a regular Prince Albert and linking the two. In other words, a PA and a Reverse PA combine to create an Apadravya Piercing.
The Reverse PA is also popular thanks to its rapid healing phase, and is welcomed by women, for whom it also provides sexual stimulation, in addition to the man. A Reverse PA intensely stimulates a woman’s G-Spot during intercourse.
And apart from everything else, it happens to look very good.
Apparently, Queen Victoria’s husband used this type of ring to fasten his penis to his trouser button, so that it wouldn’t bounce up and down during battle. It seems that his wife Queen Victoria also wanted a piercing named after her—hence the Reverse PA.
A venous cannula is inserted at the beginning of the urethra, and runs upward through the center of the glans.
As the needle is inserted into the urethra, it is initially drawn back into the cannula, to avoid any potential damage. Once the cannula is correctly positioned, then the needle is pushed forward until it comes out near the frenulum. This process may sound long, but it actually only takes a few seconds.
You also have the option of a local anesthetic if you wish, in which case you won’t feel a thing.
Due to their constant exposure to urine, all urethra piercings heal very quickly and without complications. It is therefore important to urinate abundantly, which means drinking a lot of water. The Reverse Prince Albert piercing will then take a mere 6-10 weeks to heal completely.
Genital piercings can take between 2 weeks and 6 months to heal completely, rarely longer. Like other external piercings, in the first three weeks it should be cleaned with ProntoLind spray twice a day, and then coated with ProntoLind gel. It is important to wash your hands before touching the pierced area and the jewelry itself. By caring for the piercing in the correct manner and with the proper materials, you will rarely have to deal with cases of proud flesh.
In general there are no appreciable risks, provided that it is pierced correctly and the appropriate jewelry is used.
That said, it may make the urine flow “split” into two, which may oblige the man to sit down when urinating, at least at the beginning. Over time, this symptom will disappear.
The Prince Albert is stimulating for both partners: The man will feel a heightened sense of pleasure in the frenulum and urethra, and the glans will become more sensitive. The woman will also benefit from increased stimulation, even on the G-Spot.
We recommend that you stretch the PA, otherwise there is a risk that the ring may cut into the flesh.
The most common diameter is 4 mm; the rings size can be between 16 – 18mm, depending on the customer’s preference.
Stimulation can be enhanced by stretching the area and using a larger piece of jewelry, of which there is a wide selection.
Rings, horseshoe rings, banana bars, and much more, are possible options and provide a unique aesthetic look as well as a singular sensual experience.
Variations on the reverse Prince Albert:
- A Reverse Prince Albert (Reverse PA), also known as a Queen Victoria, also runs through the urethra but comes out on the upper side of the glans, effectively forming a “semi-Apadravya”.
- The Dolphin is comparable to a “double PA”, is placed considerably deeper and begins where the PA ends, that is, at the frenulum. Generally a curved barbell is used for this variation, which creates the optical impression that a dolphin is “diving” through the penis shaft, hence the name.
- A Deep PA is a variation of the Dolphin. In this case both passageways run deeper, approaching the scrotum.
- Prince’s Wand & Pound Puppy: In the PW, a bar is inserted in the urethra and fastened by means of a PA. Picture a miniature policeman’s baton that is inserted into the penis. A ball sits at the entrance of the urethra and holds the bar in place. Then, where the PA exits the frenulum, the bar is held in place by a ball which can be unscrewed.