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Rosa: Artisy is so cute. Store employee: So cute. Cristen: Awwww. And wow listeners, just for the record, too, Caroline and I did not request Sam to get a tattoo Caroline: That was not a — [Crosstalk] Cristen: But I love that Sam, thank you so much for reporting that out for us.
That's so interesting to hear, because I feel like the fear mongering, at least that I received growing up about tattoos was like, oh, no, like your body is a temple.
Which, you know, as I say that out loud sounds very telling. And I think that, you know, the aesthetics of tattooing, it's like now we almost modified them to our own aesthetics. Cristen: I think it's so. So, you know, it's like you have to endure artst much.
Caroline: Stick n poke around… Cristen: Oh you! Is there any kind of snobbery there? Margaret: Yeah, for sure. Like to me, trashy-ness is littering. Just like. Cristen: So you'd wanted tattoos since you were a kid, why did you wait til you were 33 to get your first? So it's aduult of like this thing of like you're breaking the rules by marking up yourself.
You know, it's like your choices. And it is. The body is there to, you know, get you to do everything, like to have this human experience. And so that that sort of like it's a lasting stigma. And also like I had issues going to like Korean bathhouses which are, they're like hammams in Turkey or like, you know, they're like a very big part of Korean culture.
It's like really like this weird thing of like there is no authority. He's a musician. Caroline: Let's start with some obvious claptrap, the tramp stamp. Now you know.
Like this body's mine and I'm not going to let it go. If you want ad-free Extra Unladylike episodes, head over to patreon.
And so when womrn woman is heavily tattooed, it's like, why do you have this graffiti on this public wall? That's very real in comedy and very real in tattooing.
You know, I have a long history of sexual abuse. Cristen: Well, I also read like in the whole like tramp stamp of it all. Those kind of things aren't going to impress me idc what you own LOL you want to impress me all you have to do is make me smile. That's tsttoo trashy.
But there's those old biases still hold. And this kind of tattooing myself is a claiming of my own body.
Cristen: So palpable, in South Korea, being a tattoo artist without a medical is actually illegal. I like so I'm 36, went through a big breakup after years and years and like I got through it and I kind somen felt like I'd gotten my masters in life. So that that sort of could be like the idea. Margaret: It's like an ombre of like yellow to [unclear].
And yeah, there's all of this unnecessary gatekeeping around tattoos where it's like you don't get to say like what is authorized or what's officially this is a cool tattoo. And my taattoo was like no no no because he knew that it was like inevitable that I was going to get these tattoos.
I mean, I think that is it is like it is a stigma, social stigma. I'm not looking for a once zdult Longleav thing. You know?
Cristen: We're back with Margaret "I'm here for it" Cho. That's quite, I think, new and really beautiful and really exciting.
I was very happy - my life. And so I'm going to get a talking to from the librarian, that kind of thing.
Like it was like weird because feminism was kind of at an all-time high with like, riot girls and like. I think we know what we have to do. Shruti Marathe transcribes our tape. You know, like that's the thing is that when you put choice into it, it changes the game, you know, because one interpretation of the body being a temple is to sort of leave it sort of pristine and unmarked.
Popular girl. Margaret: I think that they say that I am here for it.
I was embarking on this time of like, OK, well, I'm fully grown. I mean, it - it's like you - you can't get rid of those tatoto and that people have about cleanliness and a kind of like pristine skin. Whether that is any kind of adornment, whether that is creating something, whether that is art, whether that is music, what it whatever that is for you.
So the Yakuza full body tattoo just developed out of people wanted to cover them with decorative tattoos. But the most recent surveys and studies we found estimate that the percent of tattoo artists at large. It was like a heat wave.
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