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People claiming that they are expressing thier individuality throught body piercing need to take a reality check Everyone these days is putting rings and spikes in every conceivable body part these days In fact hat wasonce a form of rebellion is now a simple reproduction of and underground society Body piercing has gone from mild to medium to wild Perhaps youve noticed the new fashion trend The average youth today has at least one form of piercing ranging from earrings to genital rings One of the piercing uproars of the eighties involved mens piercings The question of which ear to pierce became the controversy In the gay community piercing the right ear meant that you were a homosexual The gay society was very much in the closet at this time Men piercing thier ears were not taken well by many members of society Eventually it became a norm as it was slowly coppied Each generation needs to create a superior extreme weather it be clothing styles music or oh yes you guesses it body art So here comes the nose ring and extreme for a while attention fetching absolutely did it stay on top absolutely not The next step up the extreme ladder was the naval ring It was different from the eyebrow ring in tht it was very much a female ring Few men got into naval piercing as it had very soft femminine tones associated with it Eyebrow chin and facial piercings all arived on the same boat when there were still tremors in the Richter scale form the last punctures The last piercing whch wasnt of and entirely crude nature was the tongue ring Finally the nastiest of all and the most recent are nipple and genital rings The old line Im just expressing my individuality is getting worn out as far as piercing goes Body piercing is everywheree especially in music videos and television stations such as Much Music For
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