Women are now creating jewelry with their partner’s sperm.
According to an odd new claim, ladies are reportedly asking jewelers to build them accessories out of their partner’s sperm.
Amanda Booth, a jeweler and sculptor, has started taking personal samples from women who want to use them to make jewelry.
After posting a “joke” about semen in the combinations on Facebook and learning that there is a market for it, Amanda only recently began utilizing semen in the mixtures.
She first tried the procedure on her own husband’s sperm. She allegedly blends clay with semen, dehydrates it, grinds it into powder, and then incorporates it—in the form of clay beads—into jewelry.
She disclosed that she also creates items using human ashes, semen, and breastmilk.
She claimed in an interview with VICE
“Fresh samples are one thing, but when they’ve been in the mail for a little bit, I mean… it smells like semen, you know what I mean?
“We process them at the end of the day, otherwise we’re sitting in the smell all day and it’s just… We did it in the morning one day and it was just like, ‘No, I’m never doing that again.”
Amanda recently exhibited a number of semen samples stored in transparent zip-top bags inside her refrigerator in a TikTok video.
Social media accounts for a large portion of Amanda’s clients. For “kink” purposes, they send their semen off to be turned into a wearable object.
“After researching further into the Jizzy Jewelry shop, we both thought it would be the ultimate ‘you are mine’ type ‘collar’… It would be our little secret and inside joke,” one of Amanda’s clients told VICE.
Espy, one of Amanda’s clients, acknowledged that she and her husband ordered a “pearl” pendant in order to represent the dominating and submissive facets of their relationship.
One client placed orders for a sculpture of a bass fish made from her husband’s father’s ashes as well as a thumb ring and bracelet made with her husband’s sperm.
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