#41978
Viky Scor
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Hi, I am going to make tattoo, I chose very nice one (I like geometric tattooes) and earned money. The problem is in my family; they are very religious and conservative and they are totally against tattoo. Have any of you ever had problem like this? How persuade parents, that tattoo is not bad?

#155971
Dan
Participant
    @dan

@Viky Scor 145960 wrote:

Hi, I am going to make tattoo, I chose very nice one (I like geometric tattooes) and earned money. The problem is in my family; they are very religious and conservative and they are totally against tattoo. Have any of you ever had problem like this? How persuade parents, that tattoo is not bad?

if you’re over 18(legal adult) then just tell them that’s what you did. easy enough. they need to accept you for who you are.


"It takes nothing away from a human to be kind to an animal." -Joaquin Phoenix
#155977
kittykat200
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    @kittykat200

I like your reference picture.

Make sure you do your research to find an artist who will do it justice!

When it comes to your family you have three options:
1) Wimp out and don’t get a tattoo and let other people rule your life
2) Get the tattoo somewhere hidden and make sure none of them see it
3) Get the tattoo wherever you like, wear it proudly and tell them that it is a form of decoration and celebration and then as religious people should open their minds and be accepting of others and continue to love you regardless

Personally I would go for option 3 😉

#155980
Dan
Participant
    @dan

ya,I got over what my family or anyone thinks of my life style a very long time ago.they need to either love me and accept me for who I am or they don’t need to be in my life.

@kittykat200 145968 wrote:

When it comes to your family you have three options:
1) Wimp out and don’t get a tattoo and let other people rule your life
2) Get the tattoo somewhere hidden and make sure none of them see it
3) Get the tattoo wherever you like, wear it proudly and tell them that it is a form of decoration and celebration and then as religious people should open their minds and be accepting of others and continue to love you regardless

Personally I would go for option 3 😉

I like #3 too 🙂


"It takes nothing away from a human to be kind to an animal." -Joaquin Phoenix
#155984
Call_me_Lola
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    @call_me_lola

I love your description of tattoos in #3 @kittykat200

A form of decoration and celebration. Brilliant.


The bitterness of poor quality is remembered long after the sweetness of a low price is long forgotten.
#156006
Sam-I-Am
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    @sam-i-am

Welcome to the forum!

Kittykat’s No.3 works for me too.


210 inking hours and counting.

Tattoos are for the living. Tombstones are for the dead. Get a tattoo for yourself!

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