New fashion trend sees people getting jewelry made out of their partner's semen

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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A jewelry artist who creates handmade and sculpted jewelry out of clay has just added a new material to her repertoire - human semen.

Amanda Booth, who started her jewelry business during the pandemic in 2021, initially gained a social media following after people discovered she could make jewelry and other trinkets out of interesting materials - including breast milk, ashes of cremated loved ones, and fur.

Now, Booth has a whole new project to get everyone talking - "jizzy jewelry". Yep, that's right, people are sending the talented jeweler their semen (or their partner's semen), so that it can be turned into something memorable - such as earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.

Speaking to VICE on how the idea came about, Booth revealed it all began after someone left a comment under one of her TikTok videos asking whether she had thought about using "man juices" in her art.

One joke Facebook post about "jizzy jewelry" later and the Canada-based mom-of-three slowly became inundated with requests.

Sensing she could really be on to something, Booth decided to test out her new idea using her husband's semen and documented the process on TikTok - using about a teaspoon of powdered "man juice" mixed with polymer clay.

Booth said the pieces "turned out fantastic," and suddenly her DMs on social media blew up. This is when things start to get a little more... freaky.

VICE reports that a lot of Booth's customers come for the "kinky" aspect of the jewelry, with a pair of customers - who are "loosely" part of the BSDM community - anonymously telling VICE: "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."

Another couple revealed to VICE that they had purchased the jewelry to remind them of the love they shared before starting a family, saying: "My partner loves to say things like 'you're gonna be wearing my n*t on your finger' and 'they're in your [DMs] but that's my nut on her hand,' he thinks it's the coolest and sexiest thing I've done besides carrying his child."

How, er, romantic?

Romanticism aside, people have obviously had a lot to say about the jewelry in Booth's comments section... it is social media, after all. And, with the internet being the internet, comedy wasn't in short supply.

One user wrote: "Just wearing my lost children around my neck. Nothing to see here [crying laughing emoji]."

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While another added: "POV: Your mom dies so you wear her necklace to remember her by. Eventually you pass it on to your oldest daughter. Everyone loves the grandpa pearls [sic]."

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Credit: TikTok.com

"Curiosity got me over here and now I want to see the finished product. My only question is the safety of working with body fluids [sic]," someone else chimed in, to which Booth replied "PPE and handwashing."

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Credit: TikTok.com

It really gives a whole new meaning to a "pearl necklace", doesn't it?

Featured image credit: Zoonar GmbH / Alamy

New fashion trend sees people getting jewelry made out of their partner's semen

vt-author-image

By Phoebe Egoroff

Article saved!Article saved!

A jewelry artist who creates handmade and sculpted jewelry out of clay has just added a new material to her repertoire - human semen.

Amanda Booth, who started her jewelry business during the pandemic in 2021, initially gained a social media following after people discovered she could make jewelry and other trinkets out of interesting materials - including breast milk, ashes of cremated loved ones, and fur.

Now, Booth has a whole new project to get everyone talking - "jizzy jewelry". Yep, that's right, people are sending the talented jeweler their semen (or their partner's semen), so that it can be turned into something memorable - such as earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.

Speaking to VICE on how the idea came about, Booth revealed it all began after someone left a comment under one of her TikTok videos asking whether she had thought about using "man juices" in her art.

One joke Facebook post about "jizzy jewelry" later and the Canada-based mom-of-three slowly became inundated with requests.

Sensing she could really be on to something, Booth decided to test out her new idea using her husband's semen and documented the process on TikTok - using about a teaspoon of powdered "man juice" mixed with polymer clay.

Booth said the pieces "turned out fantastic," and suddenly her DMs on social media blew up. This is when things start to get a little more... freaky.

VICE reports that a lot of Booth's customers come for the "kinky" aspect of the jewelry, with a pair of customers - who are "loosely" part of the BSDM community - anonymously telling VICE: "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."

Another couple revealed to VICE that they had purchased the jewelry to remind them of the love they shared before starting a family, saying: "My partner loves to say things like 'you're gonna be wearing my n*t on your finger' and 'they're in your [DMs] but that's my nut on her hand,' he thinks it's the coolest and sexiest thing I've done besides carrying his child."

How, er, romantic?

Romanticism aside, people have obviously had a lot to say about the jewelry in Booth's comments section... it is social media, after all. And, with the internet being the internet, comedy wasn't in short supply.

One user wrote: "Just wearing my lost children around my neck. Nothing to see here [crying laughing emoji]."

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Credit: TikTok.com

While another added: "POV: Your mom dies so you wear her necklace to remember her by. Eventually you pass it on to your oldest daughter. Everyone loves the grandpa pearls [sic]."

wp-image-1263167362
Credit: TikTok.com

"Curiosity got me over here and now I want to see the finished product. My only question is the safety of working with body fluids [sic]," someone else chimed in, to which Booth replied "PPE and handwashing."

wp-image-1263167361
Credit: TikTok.com

It really gives a whole new meaning to a "pearl necklace", doesn't it?

Featured image credit: Zoonar GmbH / Alamy