Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Do Nipple Tattoos Hurt?

To fallow our "Do Pussy Tattoos Hurt?", we decided to do another one, but in Nipple tattoos.

From my own personal experience, nipple tattoos are not the easiest to get done. The most painful area, I thought, was the very center of the nipple. It was a confusing feeling I have to say! From arousing to extremely painful. It was just too much! But the end results are always wonderful!

From the females with nipple tattoos that we interviewed, 89% said getting their nipples tattooed was the most painful tattoo experience they have gone through. From that 89%, most said their areola was what was in pain the most.

The other 11% of females with nipple tattoos that we interviewed said getting their nipples tattooed made them experience pain just like any other tattoo, but it was not the most painful area for them to get ink. Part of the 11% said they got turned on by the action around THAT sensitive spot.

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Friday, December 4, 2009

Do Pussy Tattoos Hurt?

MyTattooGirls did a poll on Pussy Tattoos, and
surprisingly only 53% of the females interviewed
said, "oh my tattoo down there didn't hurt."

To our surprise, the other 47% of females
interview with their pussies tattooed said the
area numbed after a while so the process was not as painful as thought to be.

We found out that the most painfull area in the pussy to get tattooed is closest to the clitoris due
to the amount of sensitivity in that oh so wonderful spot.

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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Sexy Feet Tattoos

Oops…Now that’s the naughty way of showing off your tattoos. Star tats trend is not new but the way this gal has showed off her tats is sure to pinch your attention. Mischievously naughty…:)

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Vegas Tattoo Convention

Latest news from the tattoo world is the World’s Largest Tattoo Convention held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Hosted by tattoo tycoon and film maker, Mario Barth Tattoo, the grand event magnetized tattoo freaks from all over. Showcasing some of the world’s top artists and traditional tattoo masters, the event blending rock, art, entertainment and everything related to skin art and body modification was a hit. Renowned people including Tommy Lee, Jack Osbourne, Mark McGrath Steve Jones, Billy Morrison, Duff McKagan, Mix Master Mike and Evan Seinfeld and many others gathered under the same roof to show off their tattoo fervor

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Covering Up Tattoos in Japan

Just when it’s beginning to look like tattoos are slowly gaining more mainstream acceptance in Japan, things end up going in the opposite direction. In this case, the opposite direction happens to be a zero tolerance policy toward tattoos.

Japan has just played host to the 2009 Bledisloe Cup, a rugby tournament which, as near as I can tell is only played between two teams. I’m sorry, but at this time if it isn’t glaringly obvious that I know nothing about rugby, then I confessing that as far as this famous match between New Zealand (The All Blacks) and Australia (The Wallabies) goes, I’m clueless. Sorry. I do know that I once unintentionally risked a beating at a pub, after asking a Kiwi guy if the rugby that they play in Australia is the same as the stuff they play in New Zealand. Who knew that was a sore spot.

Anyway, speaking of sore spots, this whole edition of the Bledisloe Cup in Japan is one giant sore spot. I guess that in the sport of rugby, it’s often common for the different teams to train by working out in a swimming pool. These are then referred to as “pool sessions”.

When is this going to start being about tattoos, you ask? Right now! So these pool sessions are open to the public. The problems begin once it becomes obvious that many of the rugby players on both teams are tattooed. Being tattooed is apparently such an offensive act in Japan, that the players were are all asked to cover up during the pool sessions. That means that the players had to wear training vests, which covered them from the waist up (arms too). This way, the tattoos were not on display. According to this article, the players were asked to cover up in accordance with Japanese

I don’t think so. I’ve lived in Tokyo and have friends who tattoo in Tokyo and never have I heard that tattoos are disrespectful toward Japanese culture. What I did hear and to a lesser degree experience, was the general fear of tattoos, due to the belief that they are reserved for members of the Japanese mafia: the yakuza. I just don’t feel that it’s fair to rely on misguided stereotypes and then hide under the defense of it being part of any culture. The organizers of this event should reconsider setting future Bledisloe Cups in Japan if a certain degree of tolerance can not be expected toward the visiting teams.