Love me for who I am

Tattoo

Did you come across people telling that tattoo culture is bad?

Did you ask them why it’s bad?

I can understand my friend. it is said tattoos are put on the skin by the criminals and sea pirates in earlier days and said to be a taboo practice.

“Believe it or not, some of us have piercings and tattoos and dye our hair because we think it looks pretty, not for any deep sociological reason.

This isn’t an act of protest against cultural or social repression.

It’s not a grand, deliberately defiant gesture against capitalists or feminists or any other social group.

It’s not even the fashion equivalent of sticking two fingers up at the world.

The boring truth of it, Gabriel, is that I don’t dress like this to hurt my parents or draw attention to myself or make a statement.

I just do it because I think it looks nice. Disappointed?”

Alex Bell 

Are you aware of National Tattoo day?

Each year the day is celebrated on July 17th.

The day is celebrated to recognize and appreciate, history, culture and artistry.

More and more people are embracing this artwork.

Social media accounts use the hashtag #NationalTattooDay

Do I have a tattoo on your body?

I don’t have any.

I was brought up in a different era.

Neither I hate tattoos.

I love the art.

Do you have tattoo, my friend?

  • If you love tattoos on the body- what is the number you prefer, or just one is enough?
  • How much money you are willing to spend?
  • You love just tattoos or piercing too?

The 10 Most Tattooed People Ever

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr. Philo

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9 thoughts on “Love me for who I am

  1. I don’t think tattoos represent social protest, or rebellion, or any deep ideas. I think they are simply a way for people to express themselves when they don’t know any other way to attract attention.
    Jewish Law prohibits tattoos, so it’s not an option for us.

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    1. I understand that Earlies days of Hippy culture (maybe 60s?)used to wear tattoos and people were tempted to label hippy culture nothing but sex, drugs, rock n roll and tattoos.
      Maybe society did not like the trend at that time, because this kind of freedom was un acceptable to the more conservatives. These young hippies were given a disgust look. I maybe wrong.
      Nice to know about Jewish law.
      I am not sure about other western religions.
      Here in India, Hinduism allows Mehndi especially during wedding ceremonies.

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