Woman Starts Anti-Tattoo Website & Makes a Lot of People REALLY Angry

Woman Starts Anti-Tattoo Website & Makes a Lot of People REALLY Angry

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Woman Starts Anti-Tattoo Website & Makes a Lot of People REALLY Angry

by Liz Alterman 15 hours ago As wildly popular as they seem to be these days, tattoos  definitely get under some people’s skin (LOL!).

One anti-ink activist (who knew there was such a thing?!) has taken her stance to the extreme and started a Facebook page, " Tattoo-free (and happy) ," to illustrate her distaste for the body markings she believes place people at risk for HIV, ADHD, cancer, scabies, hepatitis, and a multitude of other dire conditions. 

Site proprietor Jayne Weschire, who also sells Clean Arm Army shirts and hoodies, writes: Simple fact is: Tattoos are horrible, tattooed people are criminals and tattooists are disease-spreading degenerates. All inky-stinkys should be jailed. I’m not a tattoo fan either, but that’s crazy harsh, right? Still, the site is gaining ground, racking up more than 22,000 fans, with thousands added just this morning!

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While I can’t imagine ever caving to the craze, there have been times when tattoos have provided me with a much-needed distraction. For example, last summer my children and I were waiting on a never-ending line at a water park. The man in front of us had his entire back adorned with a colorful mural of baboons in their natural habitat. It was no Mona Lisa, but it was intriguing! 

I also can’t understand why someone would go to so much trouble and expense to have something they can’t see, unless they’re standing in front of a mirror, drawn on their body. But it’s just that — their body. And while I think some are absolutely hideous (sorry, Lena Dunham, I’m looking at you), I also think it’s not my place to say what someone should or shouldn’t put on their body if it doesn’t directly impact me.

Clearly, Weschire feels differently. She writes:  I am campaigning to have all visible tattoos banned from professional sporting events worldwide. I will lobby the […]