What do people say?...
I dated a supermodel type babe with an inordinate supply of tattoos. Some she drew herself, being a talented artist. Each one had huge meaning to her. It is like wearing your story on the outside. It seemed to help her with the pain she felt on the inside from past abuse. I was fine with it. She was a really thoughtful, kind and gentle person. We all have scars. Some inside and some outside. Choosing to take that pain and wear it, gives people a way to voice that, be it heartbreak or love or anger or fear. See the tattoos for what they are, a story.
Not a big fan of women with tattoos. I never once seen a woman with a tattoos and said “Wow, she’s better looking now that I seen that”. However, I seen pretty girls with gaudy ones. And said “Damn, why would she go and put extra ink on that beautiful canvas she got.
It’s your body, so it’s your choice. I guess I never seen the beauty in them.
Well, honestly I have never met any woman who had tattoos, your body is like a canvas. Some people try to preserve that canvas in order to secure the sanctity of their body, others fill it with mystery and majestic. It doesn’t really seem trashy or classy, it all depends on how the person finds it comfortable in being who they are, tattoos might be taboo in some cultures but it’s a way of telling something a story, an event, a feeling, emotions, preferences, or just down right classy.
Well, I know it might seem trashy to those people who live in a non secular society where all these things are flawed or looked down upon, but yeah there are bad effects and good effects of everything but we carry all of them together and not just one. Because a person no matter male or female having tattoos is just a person at the end of the day, and if you judge a book by it’s cover. well you get the idea.
Although tattoos, are like art and it should be preserved on the canvas of every person out there. :P :D XD
No matter how weird or intensifying you might find them, they are just pieces of art; take them as such. judge the art and not the artist, apparently if you look it another way, you are just showing how you see others and not the other way around.