Fifty-eight percent of you said you're are turned on by tattoos and although just as many women get them as men, a study published earlier this week concluded that women remove tattoos more often than men. The 2006 study in the Archives of Dermatology said:
Women also reported that they felt stigmatized by the tattoos. For example, 93 percent said having to hide the tattoos on occasion was a factor in the removal compared with 20 percent of men. About 40 percent of women endured negative comments at work, in public or in school compared with 5 percent of men.
Since laser tattoo removal is painful and expensive, tattoos should still be looked at as permanent. But for all you inked women out there, whether it's because you feel stigmatized or you've simply grown out of them, tell me, do you regret any of your tattoos? If so, have you, or would you consider removing them?