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By Annie Crawford and Hilary Shepherd Updated: Aug. 20, 2021 Originally Published: May 16, 2015 Maybe you love all things glow-in-the-dark or maybe you just love having a secret. Whatever the reason, if you’re considering getting a UV tattoo — aka a tat with ink that’s only visible under a black light — there are a few things to know before making the...
A female journalist has made history by becoming the first person to present a TV news program with a face tattoo. Oriini Kaipara, 35, who has a moko kauae, a traditional lower chin tattoo worn by Māori women, read TVNZ 1’s midday news bulletin on Wednesday. The mother-of-four from Auckland said the moment fulfilled a...
“Mariana tapped her skin with her fingertips, mimicking the movement of a traditional tattoo needle. “Needle, needle, needle. Blood.”” The Indonesian woman of the Umatoos Island, like most of Southeast Asia were under Japanese occupation during World War II. The Japanese had a vicious campaign of forced sex slavery known as Jugun Lanfu. This movement...
South Koreas youngest lawmaker pushing for tattoo legalization Despite a rich underground tattooing culture in South Korea, only medical professionals are legally allowed to perform tattoo procedures in the country. This dates back to a 1992 Supreme Court ruling that defined tattooing as a medical service. Article 27 of the Medical Service Act indicates that...
“See, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands; your walls are ever before me.” God gives her an image of an engraving on his palms, reminding one of a mother who tattoos the names of her children on her heart. The image is meant to encourage us that he not only has...