The above statement is wrong on every level, of course; it's full of falsities, misconceptions, prejudice, and shaming with absolutely no basis in scientific study. Hudson is a tattoo artist and contributing writer for Byrdie. As for designs, "tramp stamp" tattoos were mostly Celtic symbols that appeared to have been stamped onto the skin at the base of the spine. And if you are among those who would judge a woman with a "tramp stamp," it's time to stop shaming—and start admiring her for the confident, proud human she is. Asserting yourself as a strong, independent, sexually confident woman requires being able to carry yourself in a dignified manner despite negative reactions. If you have a lower-back tattoo and choose to display it by wearing low-rise jeans or crop tops, you do have to accept the fact that you are going to attract attention. Likewise, just because a woman decides to assert herself sexually does not mean she should be subject to any assumptions about her sexual behavior. As long as you're comfortable with that and can handle both the positive and negative, there's no reason for you to cover up. Societal perceptions do change, however.
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