Inked Girls: A Beautiful Curse?

Posted by InkDollMafia in Vox Populi

Recently, I read an article about Tattooed girls, where a survey was conducted among men asking them the following question: “Who do they pay more attention to on the beach and who they like best: girls with tattoos or those who do not have them. “Naturally, for many reading this post, most men preferred Inked girls (This is logical, the tattoo is conspicuous and the girl is more noticeable) some said. But the explanation of one man led some into a stupor when he was asked: “And what exactly is it what attracts you the most about girls with tattoos?”

He replied: “They are more accessible”.

Are Tattooed Girls more accessible?

So here we are. What’s the logic behind this? To some girls with tattoos, this explanation was insanely unpleasant and insulting to read. When was this stereotype created? To whom did this occur? Who cares? some say. Many girls around the world are getting their bodies tattooed and in some many cases these tattoos are barely noticeable. Are they also easily accessible then? Still, the unsavory topic was out and somebody needs to address it. We at Inked Doll Mafia we want to put it out there.

In a similar fashion, I remember once seeing an individual posting pictures of young girls covered in tattoos from head to toe and gave stage to hundreds of commentators. Some users (apparently connoisseurs of this art form) were immediately enraptured, but they were immediately washed away by a wave of dissatisfied masses.

Both, men and women in a series of hysteric remarks, expressed how terrible it was what that they had just seen. How unforgivable it is for a girl to spoil her body. How will a girl grow up into as a grandmother and how will she go to a polyclinic to donate blood for cholesterol? The men were indignant that the honor of the girls was trashed when some referred to these girls as ordinary whores. “Who, like a sluggard, will paint multi colored patterns on his thin body?”

Are Inked Girls considered Beautiful?

Women, too, were indignant, but in regards to other intonations, condescending and patronizing. The girls, of course, did something considered stupid for some, but not everyone is as smart as they are. “Women know how to live, what color to paint their nails and at what age to give birth to children. But they, these silly dummies, will change their minds the next day and will marry, but it will be too late”. Some particularly brave young ladies even declared that God wanted them to have a tattoo! It was though not to abandon this stupid venture and not to spoil the tender young body with an absurd drawing.

And then the most interesting part begins. Some individuals do not believe that the body of a beautiful young lady with a multi-colored “sleeve” is more beautiful than a 600 lbs body of someone with an eating disorder. They do not think that they, themselves, should observe this beauty of the body. In the end, we have to admit this is their own business.

Let’s ask the men who considered those tattooed girls at the beach “more accessible”: Did they have any contact with the “available” inked girls? Turns out the answer is not. Perhaps, the thought painted multi-colored women often gather with criminals who hit each other with a ballpoint pen. Why is such aggression coming from people’s lips? Why do tattooed girls with roses on their heads and stars on their breasts cause such a large number of people hatred and anger?

Are women with tattoos more self-confident?

Malignant is not an emotion existing in the body. This, like laughter, is often a primitive reaction to fear. And what are these people afraid of? Maybe they are afraid that the person they see is bolder than them and is more confident in tomorrow’s self. They are not afraid that fashion will change, that someone will not take them for what they are. They are not afraid that someone else’s opinion will make them ashamed. They are not not afraid that someone will laugh, or be scared.

Through all those comments and remarks one recurring thought is: “You will be old, and you will wear flabby, multicolored skin, and your wings will wilt and roses will spread out thorns.” And you? Are you not getting old? Aren’t you afraid of your own body, which in 20 years will not be the same as now? Don’t you hide behind your fears for the fate of “young fools”?

It seems to us that tattoos are worn only by the very brave, and rather by stable and permanent girls. Years will pass, they will take their own and run away. It is an illusion that in old age everyone turns into the same old people and old women. We all are born different and die differently. No one comes to a common denominator from a certain age. We change our worldviews, priorities and hobbies. But we remain ourselves until the very end.

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