It’s a way to make a political stand – Aung San Suu Kyi tattoos.
It’s a way to create our own identity and aesthetics and be who you really think you are – gender fluidity tattoos.
It’s also a way to stop caring about what others think – what men really think about tattoos and piercings on women.
It’s a way to show what we are passionate about, even if it’s so “innocent” as birding.
It’s a way to have problems to get your dream job, unless the rules loosen somewhat.
It’s a way to find your way in life and maybe make a living from it.