A full magazine dedicated to PA
Homothétie is a French magazine or, more precisely, a fanzine. In each issue, several artists are invited to express their art around a theme and an editorial article. Last time, the sling was in the spotlight. This time, it's the turn of PA.
The Prince Albert (or PA) is an intimate piercing. It is inserted into the natural opening of the urethra and comes out at the level of the frenulum. Often worn for its aesthetics, it can strongly accentuate sexual pleasure. For the wearer, it stimulates the urethra and the frenulum causing an additional stimulus. In the partner, it’s the friction and the accentuated pressure which increases the excitement.
In her diary in 1840, Queen Victoria wrote: “Never, never will I forget such an evening! My very very dear Albert… His excessive passion and affection gave me feelings of divine love and happiness that I never expected to feel before!” It”s therefore perhaps no coincidence that Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg Gotha gave his name to the most delicate piercing. The legend says that the Queen's husband would have had the end of his penis pierced with a ring to attach it to a cord, the other end of which was sometimes tied to the button of his pants or to his thigh. No more untimely (and reputedly frequent) erections of the Prince consort at a time when men's fashion was light (and very close to the body) pants.
After the backrooms, the cockring, the socks or even the poppers, it’s therefore the PA which is at the center of the last issue of Homothétie. Released a few days ago, it’s available for €5. Alongside the illustrations, you’ll read an editorial by Kriss himself. Why him ? Let your imagination run wild.
The French collective P-arty is at the origin of this fanzine. Those who frequent Spit It Out probably already know one of the artists of this collective: Fullmano who has exhibited several times in the store, again recently with artworks around the pup theme. Back issues of the magazine are available online for free. We invite you to follow P-arty on Instagram.