LGBT commemorative tattoo on the tricep above the elbow: The equals sign was my way of celebrating being out and proud. The forget me nots pay homage to the ones who fought/fight for equality and suffered through persecution when being anything other than "normal" wasn't accepted. For the ones who died from a horrible disease that strongly effected the gay community. Reminding me to always be thankful and humble for being able to live an authentic and healthy life.
Wondering how much that next tattoo will hurt? A tattoo enthusiast website has developed a pain-o-meter and pain chart to help the soon-to-be-tattooed gauge how much pain they are in for. As expected, tattoos on the head and face won't feel very good.