A few of us got together for the first time in a few years and we had a picture taken. My friend's girlfriend (on the left) was going to blow this picture up and put it on her desk at work, but she said my "permanent look" ruined the picture...she didn't want her co-workers and boss to see the playboy bunny logo... we argued and I said that my bunnies are part of me, not part of any "look"...it's not like I can put the bunnies on in the morning and take them off at night, they are permanently part of me. What do you think ?
Oh...I forgot about that bunnies are a symbol associated with the p*rn business. Good point. That's a tough situation. How big are the bunny tattoos? You might just have to tell people who think you're involved with p*rn business because of tattoos that you're not involved with the p*rn business. Also, if that person has those thoughts then there's sort of nothing you can do about that except ignore them or find something about them to dog them for. Hope this kind of helps and best of luck.
I guess it really depends on the person who has taken an offense to it. Like you said: bunnies are a part of you. Your tattoo isn't an evil killer bunny is it? Also it depends on where the tattoo is located on the person's body as well. If people can see it then they can't really say anything. If they can see it then that gives people an opportunity to say something. However, tattoos can give a person a permanent look depending on the tattoo. For example, if a white male has a German Nazi symbol with thunderbolts around it on their arm, there are some chances that people would believe that individual was part of a Nazi group, army, or cult. Some tattoos can give a person a permanent look, but it depends on the type of tattoo. Some permanent looks aren't bad or present a bad image. Hope my advice can help and best of luck resolving your issue. Tell me how it goes okay!
Thanks for awarding me the best answer! I really appreciate it! I wouldn't worry about people judging you for your tattoos. You did get the bunny tattoos for a reason and that reason is not associated with the Playboy Association. Hope this can help and best of luck with your tattoo situation.
If she thinks your not good enough for her desk, because of something that you've chosen for yourself, I wouldn't wanna be on her desk, man. I'd take that as quite a serious insult, saying an element of your own chosen discipline ruins photographs. Thats, like... So unhip