My Tattoos Are My Business And No One Else's.I love my tattoos. I am 26, about to turn 27. I got my first one when I was 17 (illegal but hey). I loved it until I got my next one. I still like my first one but I love the second one so much more. I got it when I was turning 22. And the next one when I was turning 23. I will get more. I have ideas that have been in my head for years. But there's no rush. I need them to be in places I can cover up for work reasons and that's fine. There's still plenty of space and I like the fact that I can cover them up when I want to.
People may not like tattoos but I honestly don't care. One of them is to represent a friend who died. And one is a smiley face on my wrist. It's not beautiful but it reminds me to stay positive and smile. Best investment ever. Anyone who judges me because of my tattoos is obviously bigoted and someone I don't want to know anyway. I have been through a lot and I am very open-minded and compassionate and I just don't have time for people who lack compassion and who are judgmental. I have heard people comment that women with tattoos are "damaged goods". They actually think they are above people with tattoos. How sad. The world would be a much better place if people didn't go around judging others over such things.