: October 2001: The Eroticism of Tattoos
live in a world that demands more. More money, more drugs,
more stuff, more sex, more pain, more joy. As people,
we are constantly looking for that one thing which will
satisfy our desire, quench our thirst.
our quest for satisfaction, we come to realize that the
physical objects and the perfect highs are fleeting; they
are of the moment and won't last.
we realize that what we want is something permanent, something
that has more to do with our spirits instead of our cars
or our bank accounts, that is when the real quest begins.
personal search began with a new city, a new identity,
and a newfound love for my body. I found myself unsatisfied
with life, longing for anything that would be better than
my best orgasm--better because I could keep it.
was at this time that I got my first tattoo. It was small,
but it was to be a symbol of my independence and my bravery.
With the first line, the tiny needle gliding over my skin,
I knew I had found what I had been searching for. The
"pain" that comes with a tattoo guides me to a place more
pleasurable, more erotic than anything else. The adrenaline
coursing through my veins warms my body, hardens my nipples,
and gives me that feeling I get when I first touch someone's
lips with mine.
been years since that first tattoo, and I now have quite
an extensive collection. Definitely more than some,
but certainly not as much as others. I believe that
everyone has their own limits and reasons for getting
something inked on their skin. Some people do it because
it's trendy, some to cover up scars. No matter that
the motivation is, I know that every person with a tattoo
will tell you it means something to them. Mine are all
commemorations of trials I've endured, or long periods
of joy. At any time I can glance at my body and take
a walk down memory lane.
dancing, like everything else, has its own set of stereotypes.
Typically, people outside of the industry categorize
dancers as having perfect, tan bodies, large tits, etc.
The reality is that women are all different and it's
these differences that make us all beautiful. But having
tattoos and being an exotic dancer brings something
else to the stage. Dancers with tattoos are not just
taking off their clothes; they're showing the audience
I get on stage, I see the excitement in the audience's
eyes. If I wanted to, I could let the tattoos do all
the work. Instead, I move my body and send the message
that I am sexy and that they are the only ones I want
to dance for. They are all mesmerized: tattoo lovers
and those seeing the ink move for the first time.
is it like to be naked and alone with one of these strangely
decorated women? It's like no other sexual encounter.
These women have experience with life. They have probably
had their heart broken. They obvi-
ously like things to be a little harder, a bit more rough.
And they are so damned exotic, even I
get turned on.
have sex with the lights on. You want to be able to see
her inked flesh more. And on top of having the usual assets
to touch, lick, and pinch, there's a whole new set of
toys, something else
to lick and bite. When my partner adores my
decorations, I reel. It's like they are touching
this beautiful month of October, we are again celebrating
sexy erotic women and tattooed flesh with the Miss Ink-n-Pink
shows. These nights will be evenings filled with very
hot performances by the most colorful women in Portland.
There will also be women who have learned the art of taming
the element of fire. Only select
clubs will be transformed into dens of immorality as we
celebrate everyone's favorite holiday, All Hallow's Eve.
are all invited to come and have your
realities challenged and your sins forgiven by
the goddess of artful skin.
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