A recent study finds that people with tattoos were almost three times more likely to have hepatitis C as those without tattoos. In addition, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that, “Whenever tattoos or body piercings are performed in informal settings or with non-sterile instruments, transmission of hepatitis C and other infectious diseases is possible.” On the other hand, according to Wikipedia, it is rare for tattoos in an approved facility to be directly associated with Hepatitis C infection. To further help reduce the risks of contracting this infectious disease University of Cincinnati’s Marlene von Friederichs-Fitzwater suggests five questions that should be asked before getting a tattoo: Read the rest of this entry »
When getting a new tattoo one wants it to be the best tattoo they can get. We all want a new tattoo to be a reflection of who we are to the world and display an important person or time period in a person
In prison, you can’t wear your own clothes. You can’t do? anything to show your individuality. Tattoos is the only thing the prison staff cannot take from you. It is how one shows their individuality.
These women look sexy and bad ass any man that doesn’t like it is intimidated… also? no ones wrinkled skin looks good. Trust me your wrinkled old skin will look ugly even without any tatoos. I’m getting my sleeve in 4 days I can’t wait!! Go girls!