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Tattoos were once the taboo domain of the criminal, sailor, and biker community—superstitious societies associated with tattoos representing gang activity and other related social deviances. But today, tattoos hold a much more critical and valid place in society as they are widely considered works of art and cosmetic enhancements and signs of individuality and personality rather than visual representations of malice. One should always follow specific rules before getting a tattoo done to make sure that they remain presentable at all times, though.
In places where the general acceptance of tattoos has been on an upward swing for a while, it can be more common to see tattooed people – males and females alike – in cities and more rural areas. It seems that women have become more and more inclined towards this over the years. So it’s reasonable to believe that about 15-20% of women have tattoos at this point.
This assumes that if a woman is going to get a tattoo if a woman is going to get a tattoo, she will most likely get a tattoo on her body part instead of her foot or hand. However, fewer men are getting tattoos, too, due to their tendency to place them in more visible spots such as on their hands or neck area. With this said, the industry is better socially because it’s viewed less negatively than before compared to decades ago when it was considered ‘dangerous’ by mainstream society!
Today’s society allows individuals to define their sense of identity. As a result, tattoos are not limited to young people who tend to be rebellious or get into risky situations. Many instances show that tattoos can represent sophistication, motives for self-expression, fashion statements, and art. Whether you get your first tattoo before turning 18 or after turning 30, it is your choice what kind of message you want to send with the look you choose to put on your body in the form of permanent ink. Of course, there are certain legal requirements in different states due to underage inking in some places, but in general, in most countries, it is one’s right which they should enjoy up until the age of majority.
There are various reasons for getting a tattoo. While some people choose to cover themselves from head to toe in body ink, others choose just a single symbol or design to have inked on their skin. In the psychoanalytic sense, the meaning behind tattoos may change over time- what one person regards as a political statement when they get inked could later become an individual stand-out moment for that specific person and eventually lose its significance entirely or maintain its original meaning.
However, they speak louder than words about who we are and who we want to be.
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