Be proud of who you are, tattoos and all. You have a wonderful soul and a good heart from what I can tell... And there should be no shame in who you are. Use the tattoos to tell your story and of how you now wish you did not have any. Try ink fade... You can buy it online or even at walmart... It may help so that you don't have to wear sleeves so much. I have several, and unless I tell you or show you, you'd never know. Having a tattoo does not mean I have no self respect.. As each and every person has a different opinion of what self respect is for their own self.I promise, I do not have a holier than thou attitude. I'm actually a very sweet person & see the good in everybody. I do not get judged as a 'low class with tattoos' because I dress very conservatively and they are hidden in public so they do not know they exist. I'm happily married (going on 5 years) so, no, I do not see other guys attractive nor does it ever cross my mind. I do not judge by outer appearance. Even if I were not married, you can always find something positive in someone,
whether its their eyes, cute smile or adorable
dimples. People can not help the way they look;
its just the body they were provided. Some
people can't even help that they don't dress like
others; they can't afford it, but who are we to
judge them? Even if judging appearance was a
factor, you fall in the with the soul before you
cherish their features. & I did not have 'trucker'
in mind when I got my tattoos nor did I assume
I would look masculine & I definitely did not think
that so many people would be judgmental. I
have considered laser but gosh golly! There's
no way I could afford it!
Please do not let these bigots make you think you are less than what you are. I'm sure that if you could see them or knew them personally, there would be a ton of things about them that would repulse you as our tattoos repulse them...