Okay if you're going to leave a comment like "you're slut shaming, what you wear doesn't make you slutty (insert more politically correct bullshit") then leave. Your opinion is not wanted.
Anyway, I've been thinking about getting a belly button piercing lately. Most of my friends have them and they're cute. I'm physically fit, I have a very flat toned stomach and a small waist so I'm not worried about how it will look exactly. But I was discussing it with my boyfriend and he said he thinks it would be sexy. And I said "really? You don't think it's kind of trashy?" And he was like "well it's sexy in a slutty way." I'm the farthest thing from a slut and I come from a slightly conservative, upper middle class family. I don't ever want to perceived as trashy. I'm young so I know a belly button piercing could be fun, but at the same time just because my boyfriend now likes it whoever I might meet down the line may not (I'm moving away in six months).
Also, I've heard stories of it leaving a noticeable hole? Anyone know from experience?
- SexyVote A
- Can be perceived as trashyVote B
- I don't mind it or prefer itVote C
Most Helpful Guy
if you like the way it looks, and you are happy with it then go for it, do what you are happy with, doesn't matter what other people think about it as long as you are happy, lots of people look down at the goth type fashion but the people that are dressed like that are happy with what they are wearing and are not worried about what other people think, to be honest it doesn't have anything to do with anyone else, as long as it doesn't interfere with school or work, go for it1
Most Helpful Girl
Sweetie, those are so ubiquitous that I'm honestly surprised whenever I see an in-shape woman under forty who DOESN'T have one.
I mean, this question might have been au courant 20 years ago, but, nope. Total non-issue. It's like this question got sent here with Marty McFly's packet from 1985.
Total non-issue. If you want one, get one.
Yes, it will leave a noticeable hole, if you have it in for more than, say, a month or two. Over time the hole will shrink until it just looks like a random pore.1