Women with tattoos belong in the circus.
Well, there's a lovely generalisation. Many thanks. Whilst everyone is entitled to their own opinions, there is absolutely no need to be openly offensive. And how is it that tattoos on men are fine but on women it makes them 'jakey' - whatever that means.
As you may have guessed, I do have tattoos and I have had all of them for a number of years. I don't, however, have them on my 'cheast'.
When I had my first done (about 35 years ago), it was rare for women to have tattoos and I certainly experienced some bigoted attitudes but I would have expected this sort of attitude to have died out with the ark. Clearly not.
I think you would be very surprised how many women have tattoos but who choose not to display them - so I'm not sure how you can generalise about all those same women belonging in a circus.
Now, I must get back to the kitchen.....
1993 Cannondale Killer V - ancient & battered like its rider.
A newish Dawes road bike called Jim and a 2004 Claud Butler Cape Wrath.