Dating photos of moms with tatoos
Tattoos have moved past many of their negative associations and are widely accepted today.
But it seems to me that, even though tattoos are more “mainstream” than they used to be, the act of getting tattoos and body art is still about connecting with a cultural “tribe” or expressing a sense of intention or purpose.
Since starting Sixty and Me, I have come to expect the unexpected and embrace the diversity and eclectic style of women over sixty.
Sometimes when I look at a woman my age I forget that behind that conservative dress and sensible shoes lurks the heart and soul of bohemian.
A mom is the truest friend, first teacher, sunshine when we are in doubt and a mom tattoo is the best gift one can give to her.
At every age and stage of life, our generation has been known for not being afraid to express ourselves.
As we shared our stories, two women revealed that they had just recently gotten tattoos.
I was a little surprised – because when Baby Boomers were growing up, having a tattoo was not nearly as widespread or widely accepted as it is today.
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Who’s to say that women our age are “too old” to have a tattoo?