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This Jeweler Created a Social Media Stir by Making Jewelry Incorporating “Man Juices”

She began receiving serious orders for it.




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Many jewelers have received requests to make jewelry out of cremated remains of loved ones or pets, fur and locks of hair, possibly even breastmilk. Canadian jeweler Amanda Booth, owner of Trinkets by Amanda Booth, specialized in making such wearable sculptures without attracting too much attention. But when someone commented on one of her TikTok videos asking if she’d ever considered incorporating “man juices,” Booth made a half-joking Facebook post about “jizzy jewelry,” and started receiving actual, serious orders for it. Her video following her production of her first piece in the line went truly viral – more than 230,000 likes and over 6,000 comments. For all that, the jewelers told Vice magazine they expect semen jewelry to remain “very niche.”

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