The beauty of a womyn, sensually designed in body art is like an aphrodisiac to me, very appealing and often very stimulating. It's not the forbidden that teases me. I'm merely taunted by her difference. A lady in near to full body tattoo transformation normally goes against the grain in many aspects of mainstream society.
And, she is more than likely in tune with her spiritually and the journey that she lives and the path that she takes. Not gagged & bound restrained by chains. A progressive thinker in thoughts and beliefs. The self-confidence that possesses within grants the Freedom to display the beauty of her nakedness dressed in a natural state of being.
The history of full-body tattoos in Western culture straddles the lines between circus sideshows and the lifestyles of the eccentric and individualistic. Sometimes the tattooed transformation is accompanied by tales of wild fantasy and sometimes they are explained as simply the actions of someone just trying to be their true self.
Just about everyone seems to have an opinion on tattooing.
Here are some famous and infamous quotes and sayings about tattoos:
I dropped my pants in a tattoo parlor in Amsterdam. I woke up in a waterbed with this funky-looking dragon with a blue tongue on my hip. I realized I made a mistake, so a few months later I got a cross to cover it. When my pants hang low, it looks like I'm wearing a dagger! --Angelina Jolie
The world is divided into two kinds of people: those who have tattoos, and those who are afraid of people with tattoos. --Author Unknown
Sometimes I bust out and do things so permanent. Like tattoos and marriage. --Drew Barrymore
Your body is a temple, but how long can you live in the same house before you redecorate? --Author Unknown
The herstory of tattooing and body art dates back centuries, through out many cultures including that of Africa. Sadly almost no photographs can be found to display the tradition of their culture. Pictured at the very top is Sarabia Suicide Girl just as brown and lovely as she can be!
The Most Tattoo Woman in the world according to The World Book of Guinness is the Canadian stripper/dancer Krystyne Kolorful and has been for many years. Her full body suit took nearly a decade to complete and was started to give her a difference in her dance work.
More recently, American Julie Gnuse has tied the title. Julie has a complex floral-influenced patterning all over her body, including her entire face. Her motivation for tattooing is that she suffers from porphyria, a rare disease whose symptoms include an extreme sun sensitivity. The tattooed designs give her some protection and cover the scarring that results from the heavy blistering and burning she had suffered before being inked.
Below is an unknown beauty, yet her words have been quoted as saying, "I have tattoos. Lots of them. I'm not talking about some sweet little butterfly the size of a quarter inked discreetly on my ankle.
My legs are tattooed. Both of them. So are my arms. Inked and scarred.
I have been attracted to tattoo art since I was 12 years old. I was on my way home from school when a herd of hogs roared by on the boulevard. The leader of the pack raised his arm in a salute to me, the lone pedestrian on that stretch of sidewalk. I stopped and stared. Even at the speed he was going I could see the intricate lines of tattoo art sketched on his huge bicep. The freedom of art on the body clicked into gear in my imagination. After that, I began to notice tattoos, never thinking that one day I would have one, or two or three, or...nine'ish."
Well those are just a few of the reasons that I love women with body art.