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Tattoo on penis

Is a tattoo possible in the foreskin area? Who would do such a tattoo? I’m embarrassed to ask my local parlor.

Google penis tatoos and look at images there. YES it’s possible to get tats on your penis! Some of those images are pretty scary, but it’s doable. If you’re in the LA area you could find dozens of parlors within an hour that aren’t “local” and who’d never see you again. Go for it. Sure beats circumcision.


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OWWWW!! Why god why?


Starting: (15X11.2 cm)(EV:9.13ci) Current: (17.5 X 11.9cm)(EV:12.07ci) Future: LONG AND THICK

Short term goal: (18.1X12.2cm)(EV:13.08ci) Long term goal: 22X16 cm EV: 26.31ci

All measurements are BPEL and Average girth (top shaft erect, mid shaft erect, and base erect) Journey Began on 1-20-10 Target date: 8-30-13

Lol can’t you just start clamping, get serious discolouration all over then do a chemical peel and it will all be the same?

I’m just gathering some info and opinions

Originally Posted by ciro007
I’m just gathering some info and opinions

Well a tattoo there would look ridiculous.Have you tried a chemical skin peel?

You can have it done if you go to India.

(link removed, article below)

Originally Posted by westla90069
You can have it done if you go to India.

(link removed, article below)

Word of warning - this link just freaked out my Kaspersky security suite blocking the page and listing several trojans on the site?!


Starting size: 6.0" BPEL, 5.0" MSEG, 6.75" BPFSL(11/2009)

Current size: 7.125" BPEL, 5.9" MSEG, 6.1" BG, (12/15/2010) (Pic Thread)

Goal: 7.25" BPEL, 6.25'' MSEG

Westla is trying to pass a virus link, dude how would I get to India, duhh?

Re: Tats

I live in a place where tattoos are very popular.

You have to think about your future; your far future.

Do you know what an eagle tat (for just one example) looks like on a 23 yr old? Potentially attractive; maybe even hot.

Do you know what that eagle tat looks like on a 55 yr old? Wilted, diving, wrinkled.

Consider, too, that hepatitis is commonly passed to clients in tattoo parlors that become careless.

Your choice.


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ciro007 - I’m using Firefox on a Mac. It blocks any ads and if there are problems with the page I wasn’t aware of it. I resent the insinuation that I’m trying to pass anything.

I assume one gets to India on a plane.

So you won’t have to be troubled by trojans and viruses here’s the article, which was the point. I’m trying to help you.

Therapeutic Tattoos For Vitiligo And Leukoderma
Written by Pallavi Bhattacharya
Friday, 16 November 2007

Leucoderma and vitiligo are no longer a reason to panic. New treatments in the form of therapeutic skin-coloured tattoos, can be used to camouflage patches caused by loss of skin pigment, reports Pallavi Bhattacharya.

Imagine a young, unmarried girl waking up to find a white mark on her forehead. The mark spreads into a patch. Though matrimonial proposals are flooding in everything comes to an abrupt halt as soon as people see her white patch. Many prospective in-laws mistake it for leprosy. Her mother and aunts chastise her for having drunk milk with fish, onion or pumpkin; thereby causing leukoderma. Little do they know that this diet can never cause leukoderma, the causes lie elsewhere.

Her maid refuses to clean her room or come near her as she thinks it is contagious. The girl may be totally unaware of the fact that the pigmentation loss from the forehead has been simply caused by an allergic reaction from the gum of the bindis she wears. Though leukoderma is just a cosmetic blemish, it is erroneously believed to be a dreaded disease and ruins the life of many an Indian woman, especially if she happens to be young and unmarried.

The truth is that there is no need to panic. Instead, try and understand the disease, its causes and treatment. Be aware that there are new treatments in the form of therapeutic skin-coloured tattoos, which can be used to camouflage patches caused by leukoderma.

What is leukoderma?

“To put it very simply, leukoderma is the loss of pigment from the skin, making it milky white,” says dermatologist and cosmetologist Dr. Kalpana Sarangi.

“There are two types of pigment loss. The first type of pigment loss is because of some kind of allergy following chemical insult, scratch mark or a breach in the continuity of the skin. For instance if you fall down you will have a scab formation. When the wound heals there is a lack of pigmentation in that area. That is called hypo pigmentation. But leukoderma is depigmentation or complete loss of pigment.”

“Leukoderma is a general term. The medical term is vitiligo. There are two types of white patches. The first type, leukoderma, happens following a chemical change. For instance rubber chappals have an ingredient which causes a chemical reaction on the skin resulting in pigment loss. Pigment loss with a cause is called leukoderma. If pigment loss happens without any identifiable cause or is genetic it is called vitiligo.

Generally leukoderma responds faster to treatment as it is just that melanocites (melanin/ pigment producing cells) which have become dormant and therefore can’t produce melanin (pigment). These cells will produce melanin soon after being cured. Leukoderma having a specific cause can be easily treated once the offending factor is removed.”

“The most common form of leukoderma is from the bindi gum, footwear (chappals during the rains) and rubber wrist bands. Vitiligo generally sprouts on specific body parts like the fingers, toes, lips, mucous membrane or anywhere on the body. It can be localized or generalized. It is more difficult to treat vitiligo than leukoderma.”

Skin coloured tattoos can treat leucoderma and vitiligoTherapeutic tattoos for leukoderma and vitiligo

Dr. Kalpana Sarangi fills up the patches caused by leukoderma and vitiligo with therapeutic tattoos, which are similar to the colour of the skin of the person concerned. However the therapeutic tattoo can only be done if disease hasn’t been spreading for the last six months and is therefore stable.

So, first you should be under medication to arrest the disease and receive positive results. Also, anyone who is diabetic, has any infection on the depigmented area, has a pacemaker or is HIV-positive cannot get a tattoo.

Tattooing is a quick process. One square inch of the skin just requires 30 minutes to tattoo. Only a local anesthetic cream is used. One shouldn’t wash the tattoo for seven days or wash it sparingly. Also one must take care to avoid infections during the tattoo healing period. If there is infection there will be scab formation and the whole tattoo will come out. Antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medication are prescribed for a week post-treatment.

Skin grafting is yet another way of treating leukoderma and vitiligo patches. The skin is taken from the buttocks or the thighs. Skin grafting is a more effective way of treating these white patches and also more expensive than tattooing. So one can choose tattooing or grafting based on what she can afford.

link (which is apparently a bad place to go)

Originally Posted by ciro007
Westla is trying to pass a virus link, dude how would I get to India, duhh?

Dude, westla is one of the smartest and most respected moderators (or members for that matter) in this forum. He, among many others, has been very helpful and patient with you. Here’s a nickels worth of free advice for you. When you ask for help, and people offer you that help, accept it graciously, listen, and be thankful for it. If you choose not to accept the advice, that’s your choice, but dont be rude about it.


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Originally Posted by clgp7
Dude, westla is one of the smartest and most respected moderators (or members for that matter) in this forum. He, among many others, has been very helpful and patient with you. Here’s a nickels worth of free advice for you. When you ask for help, and people offer you that help, accept it graciously, listen, and be thankful for it. If you choose not to accept the advice, that’s your choice, but dont be rude about it.

I definitely backup you up clgp7. ciro007, be cool around here, and be careful who you accuse. westla has been around here for awhile and is very helpful, he is one of our veteran moderators and is very much respected. I am a Mod Alumni and westla helped me extensively and I personally respect him and will ask him for help if I need to do so, and he will help me, and he will help you as he tried to do so. Please take my advice, next time, PM the person first instead of accusing him/her in public. Not only is it a matter of respect, but it is also a matter of class and that person will respect you as well.

Thanks for your advice but seriously India.. I appreciate every comment I’m just responding. Hey I’m just a guy that lives in L.A. That doesn’t make big money to top it off I’m insecure too. If I’m gonna go to the extremes of leukoderma I might as well get circumcised. OK I get your point clgp7.

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