What do people say?...
It depends on the tattoo, the story behind the tattoo, the way the woman relates to her tattoo, and the person doing the viewing.
A few people (including men) don’t care one way or another about tattoos at all. The woman with the tattoo has her preferences and her reasons, and it’s nobody else’s business.
Some find all tattoos to be questionable, and they judge those with tattoos to be of poor moral character.
Some respect all tattoos, no matter what the tattoo might be, and they will admire anybody with any tattoo at all.
Most people seem to vary depending on the tattoo. For example, the same people who mock and think less of those whose tattoos have spelling mistakes often also admire people who have beautiful or meaningful tattoos.
A tattoo is as much a choice as which clothes people choose to wear. Some people will judge everybody the same, no matter how they’re dressed, while others will judge people differently depending on what they choose to wear. The same often applies to tattoos (except that going out into public without wearing any tattoos at all is much more accepted than going out into public without wearing any clothes).
It might depend on the tattoos. If she was covered in swastikas or something else with (to me) a negative connotation, I would probably be inclined to move as far away from her as possible. There have been a few that I’ve seen that are so artistic and precise (without being truly weird to me) that I have looked at them more closely. Some actually look like photographs (very rare). I have no idea as to how they do that.
The only “tattoos” I have are some black dots on/near my breasts. They are the alignment points for the radiation therapy I had after my lumpectomy. They hurt like hell to get. They were considered necessary to pinpoint the area where cancer had been removed. They want to make sure that they hit only the correct areas with radiation. Not too much; not too little.
BTW, to a degree, although I don’t tend to show off any of my surgical scars, I consider them my badges of honor. Surgical scars don’t laser off to my knowledge.
Some religions have burial prohibitions. Normally, people with tattoos can’t be buried in a Jewish cemetery.
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.