I don't know if anyone noticed this but me but over the past few years girls transitioned from getting little cutesy tattoos on their ankles and what not to enormous tattoos on their chest and legs. Am I the only one who finds it unattractive? Seriously, it looks dirty, and not in a good way, it looks like the girls have mud smeared on them. Well maybe not that bad, but still, the main problem is that it takes away from the simple beauty of a woman's skin, plus it makes them look like men. Men don't like women who look like men! It doesn't matter what the tattoo is of but how large it is and where its placed. The little hidden cute tattoos are just fine, even sexy, but these enormous tattoos spanning across their entire chest or down their entire thigh... its just repulsive and a total turn off. I see it a lot on like match.com personal ads, on p*rn actresses, and even some supermodels and celebrities. Am I alone in this? Someone help me out here cause I don't understand why the ladies want to scar their bodies for life in that way.
THE QUESTION POSED: How many people (both girls and guys) think large tattoos on girls are attractive & how many think it is unattractive, and why? Like, how does it enhance one's appearance? (or degrade?)
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I'm so sick of men trying to dictate what they find attractive in women. Like "ok women, all of you have to look a certain way that *I* find attractive."
Like WTF? Just because you have a penis, women should do whatever you declare to gain your admiration?
I can't believe it's 2011 and people act like we're still in the Dark Ages :/
BTW, I don't even have any tats, so it's not even about that for me. It's all the endless question of guys thinking it's perfectly fine to say "OK women, look how *I* want you to look, got that?"
It's like if you don't want a girl with tats, then don't date a girl with tats. That has nothing to do with all the girls who DO have tats.
Like "oh no! my pool of f***able women is decreasing with all these tatted up girls!"
Do you even realize how utterly shallow and self-entitled you sound? Obviously not.
But nevermind, there's bound to be plenty of insecure and equally shallow women out there for you.5
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