I'm no stranger to the world of online dating, I was rather ahead of the trend, going on my first online date a whopping 18 years ago. I've used the Internet to meet new people pretty consistently since then, so I'm perhaps more of an expert than most. Online dating makes your awareness of your own preferences crystal clear; when you're scanning face after face you notice you tend to get drawn to ones that share similar features. It also makes you question who is attracted to you, and why. As a tattooed woman, I've definitely been on the receiving end of the types of messages that get sent to us online. That somehow my tattoos alone make me attractive.
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Are you a tattoo fan? Maybe a tattoo fanatic? Are you looking for someone who shares your passion for tattoos? Lets face it, people who are inked are about a look and a lifestyle that isnt shared by everyone. You are unique and every tattoo on your body reflects that. Why waste your time on a dating site where people are judging you instead of appreciating and complimenting you?
Online Dating as a Heavily Tattooed Woman
I festoon my arms with black line drawings of birds or floral designs and enjoy the semi-permanent decoration. Quickly, though, I noticed an unwelcome side effect to my fashion choice: constant attention. Strangers, less understandably, grabbed my arm to ask me if the design was real. As complimentary as these queries always were, the spotlight on my arm was baffling and intrusive.
There is a niche of Australians who love tattoo sleeves and full image tattoos covering a large portion of their bodies, while others appreciate tattoos but have decided to keep their ink-loving small scale. Below are some insights we gained into the latest perceptions and trends Australians hold towards tattoos. For a third of tattooed Australians, the most recent tattoo was a word or symbol. Popular at the moment are names or initials of family members, children, or partners, as well as symbols that have personal meaning and Latin or Chinese character text. I got it as a reminder because I suffer from depression.