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"Piercing and Body Modification on my wife"

ercing and Body Modification on my wife" "Piercing and Body Modification on my wife" I met my wife four years ago at work, we are both in the medical field. Loretta is 38, 6 foot tall, and has a masters degree in both Art, and Anthropology. Im 40, 6 foot 6 inches tall and have my B.S. degree in Engineering, and Emergency medicine. One night while dating, we were sharing fantasies, or what I would call "coming clean" with our sexual desires and fetishes. She stated that she always had a sexual fetish about chasing her man on horse back, ... read more

Hockey Tattoo

key Tattoo I guess I have loved the sport of hockey since I was born. No matter how hard I try I can not recall a time that I was not obsessed with the sport. I wanted my first tattoo when I was 18, but it took me 10 years to get it done. When I was 18, all I wanted was the red demon that was on the Jump In The Fire EP by the heavy metal band Metallica. But my friends talked me out of it saying that it was not something I would want 4 years later. ... read more

Why Tattoos?

Tattoos? I like to have tattoos made. Really. Not because I want to impress anyone, or rebel against anything. It's a source of pleasure similar to customizing personal things, pretty much like painting one's car, only we paint our bodies. The main reason why tattoos are (or were) culturally rejected is that it's permanent. Let's face it, much of society is a passive lot. They are afraid. Of many things. Afraid to show their opinion, afraid to protest what they don't want, afraid to go for what they want, and afraid of change in general. When this is considered, it ... read more

First Tattoo

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Snow White's Mini-Gallery

Howdy, I have been inkining my skin for about 3 years now. I started at the ripe old age of 45! So if anyone says, "oh these kids today, whatever are we going to do with them?" They [who exactly is "they" anyway?] should come and see me first. Of course I do believe in using some common sense in an individuals decision on what they want affixed to their skin. Ah, and yes we do live in America, where we do exercise free will. I plan to call my artist and tell him he is now WWW famous. I ... read more

My first tattoo

first tattoo When I first got the idea of getting a tattoo I was sixteen. Because of my age it would have been impossible to get a tattoo on my own. I could have asked my mom but I unfortunately didn't have a death-wish. The laws in my state dictated that minors would need parent consent to modify their bodies in any way. Since that wasn't going to happen, I had to do my own tattoo. Let me give a little background info on me. The high school I was in consisted mainly of preppies and jocks. I hated it. ... read more

Home made tattoo - attempt #1

made tattoo - attempt #1 Home made tattoo - attempt #1 I've always been intrigued by tattoos and body mods. They seem to me to be a right of passage, a statement-of-ownership over your own flesh. I remember my first car, a $1500 firebird, upon which i heaped about $1000 in custom options to 'prove my ownership' over said vehicle. But now I'm 30, and should be well past that stuff shouldn't I? guess not. I visited several tattoo shops, read some magazines, visited alot of web pages, and in the end I felt that (for me at least) for ... read more

Tattoo Experience

too Experience I am 33 and started to get tattoos by the age of 24. My last and so far biggest tattoo experience were my black and grey japanese shorts by Mike Leger, NY. It took about nine sessions, something like 25 hours which is actually pretty fast. Its main theme is a snake running from one leg to the other, and I am very happy with it and the way Mike was working. Ja, it hurts. There are some amazing spots as far as the pain is concerned, mainly the hip bones and the butt. The toughest part was ... read more

Working up to a tattoo

king up to a tattoo It all starts with a casual interest and then like a rock, it hits you... but interestingly enough, you like the pain. Though reality tries to force you into a path of normalcy, you refuse to accept it though it is harder when you are still under the "guiding force" of family. This is my situation, and it is very frustrating. I am a 19 year old that cries out for a need to express myself, but sees the consequences as too harsh for the present time. I have been passionate about every single aspect ... read more

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