posted on Jan, 25 2011 @ 07:43 AM
reply to post by chiponbothshoulders
I think you raise some good points.
People with tattoos always complain about being judged, but fail to realize that the ability and need to judge is part of human survival. It's what
keeps us from making lions and monkeys pets, and keeps us away from the suspicious looking man standing on the corner with shifty eyes.
So, it is true that people who get tattoos must have a tolerance to extreme self-inflicted pain, which I agree, is not attractive, especially on a
woman. I don't know if I want such a woman to be the mother of my children.
Also, it can be said that getting a tattoo is an impulsive act because though you agree with the message the tattoo sends now, you are not taking into
account how you will feel in the future. For instance, getting a tattoo of your baby's father, when your baby's father might not be around a year
from now, and you might be in love with another man later in life.
I don't think I would want to have an intimate relationship with a woman who has the name of another man tatooed on her shoulder.
Logically speaking, since people with no tattoos don't get rejected for having no tatoos, and people with tattoos sometimes get rejected for their
tatoos, then getting a tattoo means you are looking to go from not being rejected to sometimes being rejected...Which means you want rejection on some