Welcome to FreeQ.com, a close friend of BME.
FreeQ.com is a proponent of Body Modification, including:
The piercing of a part of the human body for the purpose of wearing
jewelry in the opening created.
Any number of kinds of adornments worn through a piercing includeing
barbells, rings, twists, spirals, hooks, weights, and many other
designs. Body jewelry can be made out of virtually any solid or
amorphous solid material under the sun. Body jewelry is available in
acrylic, bone, gold, hematite, glass, quartz, niobium, silicone,
stainless steel, stone, teflon, titanium, water buffalo horn, and wood.
Use of Captive Bead Rings
A ring used in body piercing where the bead is held in place solely
by the spring pressure of the metal. Probably the most common jewelry
used in piercings.
Use of Barbells
The barbell is one of the most commonly used pieces of body jewelry.
The barbell consists of a central shaft with a bead on each end.
These beads screw on with either internal threading or external threading.
Barbells are available curved; usually about a quarter of a full
circle in form. This form of body jewelry is most commonly used for
navel piercings and eyebrow piercings, as well as vertical hood
piercings, PA piercings, and others. Curved barbells are not
appropriate for surface piercings as this will lead to rejection.
Another common variation is a circular barbell. This is a barbell
bent fully into the shape of a ring, with one or both ends threaded
to accept a bead.
A process by which a pigment is permanently implanted under the skin
by piercing the epidermis and depositing the ink into the dermis.
The creative and artistic application of scars in a controlled manner
to achieve an aesthetically or spiritually pleasing result.
For more information of any of these topics, we recommend
Body Modifications E-Zine and The Body Modifications Wiki.
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