I have a tat on my arm but seriously I love the flesh of a woman as flesh. This brings me to wonder when did normal flesh become so less appealing than before. Don't get me wrong about the beauty of the art either as it is really intense work that is done and we can look back through the ages and see that this is nothing new to mankind. Yet still I do love the flesh of a woman in its purest form and I will always be attracted by the woman not the art. Let me through this out there as a quick one also not to offend, but its better to make a difference as opposed to being different.
@waw2012fenow , that's a great idea - make a difference rather than being different. But the issue I have is whether those who get tattoos are really being different or not? I believe many are getting tat'd because others they know are getting tat'd which leads to more friends getting tat'd. they are being different by being the same. they are allowing social pressures guide them. It is not some independent voice within them. It is peer pressure on one side and wishing to fit in with a group on the other side. Others are just wanting the shock value they can bring to their parents. Those reasons are as old as time itself.