The practice of body modification has pervaded religion, science, and art in cultures across the world since ancient times. When we heard we were doing a story about Corset Piercing, a lot of squeamishness appeared on the faces of the crew.  No one was really up for seeing someone get 30 piercings in their back and have lace pulled through the rings.  It was going to be something!
While interviewing Larry for his segment he was very candid about his tattoos and told me about how he not only tattooed his legs, but he tattooed his own penis.
Hearing Larry’s story of tattooing his own genitals was hardly the most shocking thing that happened during our three-day shoot.  On the last day we followed Larry to tattoo parlor that his friend ran out of her house. After getting a few of the spots on his neck touched up Larry and Camille started talking about finishing the spots on Larry’s nose. Having worked in reality television for almost 15 years I thought I’ve seen and heard just about everything, until today. Follow these Gloucester, MA fishermen as they use rod and reel to catch the elusive bluefin tuna. Explore the fascinating facets of your cranium with brainteasers, experiments, and hard science. Explore the lives of otherwise ordinary Americans who are going to great lengths to prepare for the end of the world.
Ray, 24, is being featured on the popular cable show, which documents varying cultural and social taboos all over the world.

Ray, who previously took GED classes at Pierce College Puyallup, hopes to start business classes in September. Throughout human history, narcotics have been used as medicine and for pleasure, but those who use them can be stigmatized. In a youth-obsessed Western culture, some feel the need to obsessively diet, exercise and partake of beauty treatments or plastic surgery.
Please enter at least one email addressYou are trying to send out more invites than you have remaining. The tip of Larry’s nose was one of the few spots on Larry’s body that had never been tattooed.
Next thing you know Larry picks up the tattoo gun and starts tattooing his own face in the mirror. 1 filming a hopeful would-be student for the popular National Geographic television series “Taboo.” The three-man crew followed Cristianne Ray, a Puyallup woman with a rare form of dwarfism, as she met with an academic advisor and visited several locations on campus. In addition to the upcoming feature on “Taboo,” the two have also been featured on ABC News and TLC.
See people pierce their bodies with fish hooks, consume food eaten by rats and implant protective amulets into their bodies through surgery. With that being said NEVER EVER EVER would I subject myself to that pain in the tenderest part of the body.

Larry and Camille thought this was the perfect time and they started debating about the size and placement of Larry’s new spots.
There is not a lot of information on the internet and most of the information about the religion rest in blog sites and discussion forums. Once I met with some of the members they were more than happy to answer any question I had and did not judge me for my ignorance on the subject. I found that most of the members formally belonged to other religions in the past and brought some of the values of that religion to the Church of Body Mod. With the influence of all religions coming into play it seems as though they use what they can to be as happy and positive as possible.
The body modification part of it serves as ritual and helps the individual get closer to a higher power. All in all there is still a lot up for debate but at the end of the day if it makes them happy I feel they should keep doing whatever they want to get to where they want to be.

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