Jewelry and bracelets made from sperm, new trend

Jewelry and bracelets made from sperm, new trend

Amanda Booth, a Canadian jeweler, started her jewelry business using bodily fluids and ashes, breast milk, cremated remains of loved ones or pets, fur and strands of hair, spoon coffee sperm and polymer clay, all to make bracelets and jewelry.

It all starts with an unusual request from a TikTok subscriber suggesting that she use sperm for her creations, then Amanda Booth embarked on this new adventure.

“Fresh samples are one thing, but when they’ve been in the mail for a little while, I mean…Smells like semen, you know what I mean. We turn them in at the end of the day otherwise we sit in the smell all day. Sperm should be hydrated and powdered before adding to beads or wearable clay trinkets,” Booth said.

According to Amanda Booth, her “J-ZY jewelry” is in high demand.

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