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What do you guys think of tattoos on women?
Why does it matter if they repel or attract scrotes? Scrotes will approach you whether or not you have a tattoo. Men rape elderly women, they rape four year old girls, men rape women in hijabs. It doesn't matter what a man thinks of your tattoo.
Attract scrotes who are pornsick and relate tattoos to the porn they watch
Repel scrotes who want a "pure, submissive, natural" women
Decent men might be genuinely curious about them or ask where I had them done if they like the artist.
lol I'll get whatever tattoos I want and not care what men think. Anyone who gets tattoos should understand and respect the process of getting them and taking care of them.
My body is a canvas, and tattoos are the pretty doodles that cover said canvas. Some men say “you don’t put bumper stickers on a Ferrari”. Not only do I dislike European sports vehicles, but I hate any comparison with said cars. My body isn’t a car, it’s a piece of art.
When I got my second tattoo at 20 years old my dad said, "for every tattoo you get a smaller percentage of men will want to put a ring on your finger."
And I just remember thinking
1. I don't care
2. Isn't shrinking my pool of available men the point of dating???
Get the damn tattoo, eat the damn cake, go out to the damn event alone! 💞
Writing this in a separate comment:
As a woman with a lot of visible tattoo coverage: you should judge people by their tattoos!!! Don't be a dick obviously. But someone's tattoos are a direct reflection of their taste, long term decision making skills, and how much physical pain they're able to endure over long periods of time.
Yes I get on my high horse about this! No it is not nice! You're basically stamping your identity and personality on your skin permanently. Cheap tattoo? Cheap personality. Beautiful tattoo? When this person has the money to splurge, they spend it "wisely" and are willing to buy something nice- not on drugs or partying with bottle girls. AND he can endure the physical/psychological experience of getting tattooed.
Granted I do have one terrible tattoo and it was my first one. I love it even though it's embaressing so it's my "this is why 16 year olds are not allowed to get tattoos" tattoo.
I think they’re fine. Personally, I want a tattoo of the Lotus Flower on my ankle from Avatar: The Last Airbender. That show means a lot to me especially because a lot of the women in the show are very strong, and it’s a very pro radical feminist. I don’t want a tattoo that’s super visible to others unless I show them it. That’s just my preference though. I don’t mind other women who get tattoos. It’s not my body. They can do what they want
I believe tattoos are a form of art and expression. I love them. I have 3 small ones. They also take commitment. I’d love a full sleeve one day. Also, I read somewhere once that men with tattoos shows they are more commitment minded and sensitive (probably shit) lol!
LOVE THEM. I'm only 19 so I don't wanna get a big one and then regret it (I have a homemade tattoo on my inner leg and I regret it), but I'm thinking about sea foams with white all over my waist from the back when I'm 25 if I still want it. And idk if it's appropriate to use as a reward but I'm thinking about getting some when I achieve my long term goals about my body too
I don't like them in general, but I have slightly more respect for women with them than men. I guess because men tend to have trashier ones in general like naked women or curse words to look tough.
The only ones I really don't like on women are tattoos like that cringy Marilyn Monroe quote she never actually said, "if you can't handle me at my worst..." or ones with noticably bad spelling/grammar errors.
I have a tattoo of a water drop, a symbol of mindfulness and meditation for me in my arm. Im proud to answer questions about it because it has been a great help for my mental health. I dont really care if it attracts bad men, i attract them too before i had it lol. I just know now how to not give them any of my time. 😊😊😊
I'll probably get downvoted to hell for this, but I think tattoos are disgusting and trashy, and anyone who has a tattoo is automatically trash.
I said what I said: all tattoos disgust me to the core.
Nope, I'm not conservative (politically or religiously). Yes, I've spent my entire life in a Western country seeing tattoos almost every day of my life.
People who have tattoos are just not my people.
As long as the woman loves her tats that’s all that matters.
I have two and am getting more. I don't care if other women have them or not. I like the ones on me, and a man can take it or leave it.
I love how you say the part about “military men” as if women had never been in the military.
Women serve in the military too: from Queen Elizabeth II, to the late Betty White.
I like them if the tattoo is good
Great! I'm so happy for you. It really motivates me to eat healthy and exercise too. I hope I'll get mine in a few years too
I love tats. A lot of the women in my family are tatted (like, sleeves, tramp stamps, knuckles, etc) and have lots of peircings and dye their hair. It’s normal for me and a sign of expression. They still bagged loyal Christian men, but only one of the men also has tats and piercings. So. I haven’t seen an issue with it.
I think like most things, character > appearance. Like, I love me a man with lots of tattoos and a few piercings, it’s when they have dyed hair that I start to see a problem. Double standard? Yes, lol, my hair is green. I have a few tats I’m saving up for but I’m looking for a good artist that does ultra realism and color and is female.
I think tattoos can look great or they can look trashy, it depends on the tattoo and location on the body.
I personally would not get a tattoo because it isn’t my style, I’m afraid of the pain and I have no idea what I’d have tattooed on me but I’m envious of women who have great sleeves and nicely toned arms.
Since you asked, I'm sharing my opinion.
My unpopular opinion: tattoos are self-mutilation. "the act of inflicting injury or disfigurement to one's own body" (Merriam-Webster)
Some tattoos may look nice, but I don't understand the need to permanently mark the body with art. If I like a part of my body, why would I cover it up with a tattoo? On the other hand, if I don't like that body part, why would I draw attention to it with a tattoo?
Also, I think tattoos are more likely to negatively impact people's judgement of you. Trashy and poorly done tattoos are more common than beautiful art. Even well done tattoos still have some stigma. After all, some jobs require covering visible tattoos.
I have a similarly unpopular opinion. Yes it's your body, do what you want. Also I don't think tattoos look amazing on everyone, especially women.
Plus aren't they generally speaking totally co-opted from indigenous cultures? My understanding of the history of tattoos is that they were indigenous men's ritual war badges, then got picked up by Western military men as a ranking/remembrance tool, then got co-opted by feminism as a "see women can have anything a man has" situation. The only ones im particularly interested in are those that have intense meaning for people or represent an initiation into an indigenous ritual - ie the 4 dots you get from doing that one frog medicine ceremony.
I also believe they create unnecessary scar tissue and cause difficulty for the body to heal itself in the event of real injury - imo they trigger the body to believe it is in a constant state of disrepair. Obviously with this belief I would not want myself or my friends to have them without real thought behind it.
That being said! You do you, girl. We are all allowed to make choices, and tattoos are just one of 1000s we get to make in a lifetime re our bodies. ❤️
@Roma A lot of that is simply untrue.
There are tattoos related to cult practices on more than 5000 year old female mummies from Egypt, the world's earliest, in fact. https://blog.britishmuseum.org/worlds-earliest-figural-tattoos-discovered-on-5000-year-old-mummies/
Ötzi, a chalcolithic male mummy found in the Alps, had geometrical tattoos.
Tattoos are neither a male, nor an exclusively war-related practice. They are not just related to "indigenous" cultures (whatever you mean by that) either. They have been present in pretty much all regions and cultures of the world since earliest times and for both genders.
So 15% of my DNA. Got it.