So if your girl friend had a tattoo of one of her ex's you wouldn't ask her to get it removed or covered up with another tattoo?
@nathanp97 nope. I'd never put someone's name on me as a tattoo, but it's not my body that it is on and I'm not going to ask my partner to scar up her body over a name.That's up to her to decide. If it bothered me that much, I wouldn't be with her. Me telling her to laser her skin or cover it up with another tattoo makes me just as bad as the person who's name is on her. The name is because of the other guy. The scarring or tattoo to cover it up is because of me. Either way, her body starts to become some sort of property that isn't hers.I wouldn't want someone telling me what to do with my body, so I wouldn't do that to others.
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I see what you're saying but I think it's such a personal decision. You choose not to have tattoos but someone else can get something that's very meaningful to them. I don't think it's fair for a partner to ask you to remove something that defines you and has become a part of who you are. I take it as them not fully accepting you & that's the opposite of what a relationship should be :)
That's why I said that I would not date a person who does have them. But if you want to marry a person you got to decide if they're worth having and needing in your life. A relationship is not always unconditional, it has its conditions. Or else you will lose that person romantically. You can't force a person to be sexually attracted to something about or on your body.
This question a side... My friends literally call me, TheWhiskeyKing 🤴
Haha our nicknames are pretty sameies
I'm curious to hear your reason for that :) Is it just not your thing or is there a deeper meaning to it?
I just think they look awful. I would hate to be in bed with my boyfriend and have to stare at some tattoo on his chest.