The history of body piercing and body modification dates back approximately 5,300 years. The earliest known body parts to be pierced are the ears, nose and mouth.
The Mayans viewed body piercing as a ritual of spiritual development. Mayan women in South America pierced their noses from the cartilage that separates the alars in the middle, and then put a piece of agate in the hole as a facial decoration.
The Romans regarded ear piercing as a symbol of wealth and luxury, and men wore earrings to show their masculinity. In India in the 16th century, nostril piercing could also show aristocratic temperament, distinguishing class and social status through ornaments.
According to archaeological data, among the many tribes on the island of Borneo, the Kayan people like to pierce and pull nails on other parts of the body such as earlobes, among which penis piercing is very common.
It is done by clamping the penis and driving a 6-inch nail under the head of the penis. The nail is then removed and replaced by a piece of bone or iron and wood with handles at both ends. Many people have two of these sticks at right angles to each other. Sticks with handles at each end are called parangs and are said to make sexual intercourse between men and women more intense.
Later, body piercing began to become a fashion, an art.
The trendy art of body piercing began to rise in the UK in the middle of the 20th century, and became popular all over the world in the 1970s due to the "punk wave" and "hippie movement". Now, piercings are clearly a must-have for fashionistas and one of the hallmarks of subculture lovers.
The most familiar and socially covered piercing site is the earlobe. Of course, piercings in other parts of the body are not uncommon.
In 2004, a cross-sectional study of 18- to 50-year-olds in the United States found that:
19% of men and 49% of women had soft leaf perforation;
Eight percent of men and 21 percent of women had piercings elsewhere on the body.
Body piercing parts, in addition to ears, the current "body piercing art" also involves nose, lips, navel, nipples and genitals, etc.
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