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posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:28 AM
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This disgust you have with larger or what you would consider "manly" tattoos on women must be something special to you and a small subset of the male population, but I don't think that it is anything special to non-tattooed men. Some of your assumptions are off base.

I have two daughters, both in their 20s, both tattooed with at least one very large tattoo accompanied by other, smaller ones. Neither are what I would call promiscuous, neither lack attention from men without tattoos- women either when I think about it. Because of this I would have to assume that your aversion is just some kind of personal hang-up and that if you were to ever really fall deeply in love with a woman and then discover she has such tattoos It wouldn't bother you to the point of being revolted sexually. Just my opinion.




posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:28 AM
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The people with long hair only compliment you on your short hair to 1) make conversation and 2) to keep from telling you how stupid you are to defile your body.

The people with short hair are under the mistaken impression that anyone cares except to be visually offended by the grotesqueness of this so-called "art".


Yeah, short hair is pretty gross.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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With the growing trend of "serial tattooing", it's no wonder that people have no money left over for the necessities of life.

We have shrinking work weeks, increasing cost of living and people are dropping hundreds of dollars at a time to get pictures and/or sayings permanently placed on their bodies.

As for the OP, if you haven't guessed, I don't like them, especially on women. I think they are a waste of money, they detract from natural beauty, and most of them will eventually be regretted.

Just picture a 90 year old woman, with "Young 4 eva" or "#YOLO" tattooed in faded blackletter, which has become distorted with age, across the top of her chest, or and entire poem or quote that covers an entire side of her torso, that is no longer legible due to wrinkling.

Yeah, epic.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:33 AM
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I used I be more into women with tattoos and sleeves etc but its getting out of hand. You were able to tell if someone was into things you were. The thing now is people who never had any business getting them these days are getting them.... and way too many! Tattoos used to be indicative of certains subcultures ( music, motorcycle, car, military and even criminal etc) and now everyday people are doing it or the fashion trend it's become. Women are no exception. The only difference is you can always throw away your old shoes and get the next in trend. Neck tattoos are a whole different thing.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:36 AM
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Yup i got to agree with this.

Any tattoo can look like as a piece of hand drawn art - but if i ask somone about a tat and they have no other reason that "just looked cool on the day" or "i was drunk" i dislike it regardless of how lovely it may be at a glance. Strange i know, but thats how they make me feel these days.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:41 AM
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My step-dad was military. So drilled into my head was no tattoo's that cannot be covered. It stuck.

I have two. A cute Pooh bear.

And a depiction of a creature, a very wicked scary liitle creature I witnessed - that serves as a reminder of why one must be cautious - flirting with the occult - on my back shoulder.

Both are easily coverable and people don't even know I have them.

CdT



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:42 AM
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It's completely sexist and I hate to say it but women & tattoos just don't go together... Not in a million years would I consider defacing my body with one, just horrid no matter what it is or where it is....

But, on men, I find them completely irresistible!

Double standards but this is my own opinion and I know it sucks!


(post by ImaFungi removed for a manners violation)

posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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Sorry but saying tattoo's on women are tacky is a matter of opinion.


I beg to differ, it is not an opinion, its a natural reaction.

Its just graffiti. Seriously think about it and compare the concepts in your mind. This is why it looks unclean, no matter how well its done it feels to the mind like graffiti.

The original architect of a structure had a certain concept in mind. When another artist comes along and marks the original with art it never looks quite right and always seems off.

It always becomes graffiti to the mind.

I don't care how good the artist is if Michael Angelo painted over Edvard Munch The Scream it would never look right.

The greatest architect/artist created you as an individual unlike any that has ever lived perfectly as is. You are as is the only one ever created as you are.

To put permanent graffiti on you is just not thinking.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:57 AM
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If you had lived in 1902, instead complaining about women with tattoos you would be complaining about women wearing pants.

This is a problem of socialization and nothing more.

If your mother had been covered in tattoos from the moment of your birth, and all of your friend's mothers...your opinion would be totally different.

Just like, in today's world nobody even thinks twice about a women wearing blue jeans. Resurrect a man from the late 18 to early 1900s and I guarantee they would complain, though.
edit on 29-9-2013 by LewsTherinThelamon because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 10:58 AM
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This disgust you have with larger or what you would consider "manly" tattoos on women must be something special to you and a small subset of the male population, but I don't think that it is anything special to non-tattooed men. Some of your assumptions are off base.

I have two daughters, both in their 20s, both tattooed with at least one very large tattoo accompanied by other, smaller ones. Neither are what I would call promiscuous, neither lack attention from men without tattoos- women either when I think about it. Because of this I would have to assume that your aversion is just some kind of personal hang-up and that if you were to ever really fall deeply in love with a woman and then discover she has such tattoos It wouldn't bother you to the point of being revolted sexually. Just my opinion.




All I can say is its my opinion,no one has to like it.All I can tell you is to Google what percentage of men like tattoos on women.It could be an eye opener for you.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:04 AM
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I don't know. Tattoos are just the trend now for many women. It honestly makes it easier for them to get dates especially if they are lesbians. My ex-gf had them(she was promiscuous, I don't know who pointed out it's an indicator). Women would use them as an excuse for conversation. Like "hey cool butterfly tats" or "what's the meaning behind that lotus flower"....roll my eyes.

I never wanted any because I figure if someone wants to know something about me they can come up to ask. My current girlfriend has one tattoo on her arm that looks terrible and she knows it. It was something she got when she was 18(now 40) and she has fond memories of her own stupidity. It does seem that many are in excess now, but alas, it is a personal choice of the woman.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:05 AM
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I have already made plans to get the proper permits, rent a space and open a laser tattoo removal studio because it's just a natural course of events for the ink to spread under the skin. become distorted, faded and ugly. It's just a matter of time.

www.webmd.com...

So I would like to encourage everyone to get durnk and have "Born to Raise Hell" with a skull and cross bones tattooed for all to view or some lame hipster song lyric tattooed on your butt!!

Help olaru12 with his retirement. Thanks you for your future patronage.

edit on 29-9-2013 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:10 AM
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olaru12
I have already made plans to get the proper permits, rent a space and open a laser tattoo removal studio because it's just a natural course of events for the ink to spread under the skin. become distorted, faded and ugly. It's just a matter of time.

www.webmd.com...

So I would like to encourage everyone to get durnk and have "Born to Raise Hell" with a skull and cross bones tattooed for all to view or some lame hipster song lyric tattooed on your butt!!

Help olaru12 with his retirement. Thanks you for your future patronage.

edit on 29-9-2013 by olaru12 because: (no reason given)


Hey do you know anything of that "disappearing ink" that was in the works for awhile? There were two kinds.

One was an ink that would slowly fade over the course of a year or two and the second was one where the molecules broke apart after just one broad laser treatment.

I can't find the old articles on it's development.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:12 AM
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Sorry about the way you feel about my opinion.I really cant help being turned off by them and finding them unattractive. it is just they way I feel about them. This is just as heated a debate as a religious argument.I respect your opinion of liking them to each his own,what ever makes you happy.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:15 AM
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I have thought that too. I am actually looking into it. the trend of getting tattoos will be followed by the trend to have them removed. Big business I expect.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:19 AM
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enament
 

All I can say is its my opinion,no one has to like it.All I can tell you is to Google what percentage of men like tattoos on women.It could be an eye opener for you.

If the percentage doesn't add up to somewhat equal with the number of men that watch too much pornography, I'm gonna go with the word 'hypocritical' to describe men's stance on that issue.
edit on 29-9-2013 by Pinke because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:19 AM
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What are your feelings about women wearing blue jeans?



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:27 AM
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My opinion is you are off topic.



posted on Sep, 29 2013 @ 11:28 AM
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The greatest architect/artist created you as an individual unlike any that has ever lived perfectly as is. You are as is the only one ever created as you are.


Then stop shaving.

Stop wearing makeup.

Stop clipping your nails, manicures are a no-no.

No more haircuts.

Cease bathing.

No more covering up the graying hair with dye.

Throw away your hair straighteners and curling irons.

No more deodorants, colognes, or perfumes (we are God's perfect creations, which includes our natural scents. How dare you cover up God's wonderful work with your preferred smelly-brand of filth).

What people fail to realize with the "You are God's perfect creation blah blah blah no defilement of the body..."

Is that, ALL cosmetics are a diversion away from our natural state, which is one of their primary arguments against tattoos. But if you include tattoos, you have to include ALL other cosmetics, otherwise, your cultural bias is showing.

Which is really all it is.






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