Posted March 30th, 2012 by 1stofficer
This hot Mothership member has a Prince Albert with a curved barbell and a guiche with a captive bead ring
Genital piercing is very popular in gay culture. Whilst most of us will have heard of the Prince Albert, but do you know exactly what it is? And how about the Apadravya, the Ampallang, the Magic Cross and the Frenum ladder? Well we’ve put together a quick guide to male genital piercings.
The piercings covered in this guide are:
Prince Albert - Apadravya - Ampallang - Magic cross - Dydoe - Zephyr - King’s crown - Frenum - Frenum ladder - Havada - Guiche - Guiche ladder
A Prince Albert with a ring
The Prince Albert is the most commonly known genital piercing. It is a single piercing in the underside of the penis from where the shaft meets the glans through to the urethra inside the penis. Then an item of jewellery is inserted into the urethra so that it enters through the pierced hole and comes out through the ‘eye’ at the end of the penis. The jewellery is normally a curved barbell, a captive bead ring, a circular barbell or a prince’s wand.
The Prince Albert can enhance sexual pleasure for the wearer, as well as the recipient as the beads on the jewellery can stimulate the anus and prostate. Read the rest of this entry
Posted March 13th, 2012 by 1stofficer
Stop spammers on Mothership Gay Dating
Unlike many of our competitors Mothership Gay Dating offers 100% free messaging to all members - you can send as many messages as you like without paying to upgrade your membership.
One of the downsides of this is that it makes Mothership attractive to spammers - because they are not limited to sending 10 messages a day, they can copy and paste hundreds of manipulative, insincere messages designed to hook the unwary into a relationship that will eventually result in fraud.
Unfortunately we are having a bit of a deluge from spammers recently, as you may have noticed in your inbox. We do have systems in place to stop spammers, but all protective systems have their blind spots.
However you can help. If you spot a message that looks suspicious, simply hit the ‘REPORT SUSPECTED SPAM’ link in your message window. This lets us know about it. Best of all, if enough people hit the button, Read the rest of this entry