When you think of a tattoo, most people picture a giant piece of plastic.
But a new study suggests that it’s not just a decorative piece of paper with a big, ugly red circle.
The idea of having a tattoo might actually be more appealing than you might think.
According to research published in the journal PLOS One, people who have tattoos have a higher chance of experiencing positive and lasting relationships with their bodies, including relationships with the people they have sex with.
In the study, researchers surveyed 2,200 women ages 19 to 44 and their peers.
Participants were asked whether they had ever had a tattoo.
Some of the questions included whether they’d ever had an “oral tattoo” (the part of the body where the ink is produced), an “invisible tattoo” or “a permanent tattoo” that was visible.
A few participants were asked if they’d had a piercing or implantation (the actual implantation, not the ink).
While most women (80%) had tattoos, the researchers found that women who had an implantation were twice as likely as women who didn’t have an implant to report having a positive relationship with their skin.
For women who reported having an implant, they were also nearly twice as often as women with a tattoo to report a positive and enduring relationship with the skin.
This is the first study to look at how tattoos affect the relationships women have with their own bodies.
In addition to the relationship between having an ink and having a relationship with your own body, the study also found that tattoos affected the relationships between women and their partners.
When women reported that their partners had an ink on their skin, the relationship they had with their partners was significantly more likely to be positive.
While women’s relationships with both their partners and their own skin are strongly linked to their own ink, this link is strongest among women who report having an tattoos.
The researchers also found evidence of a link between women who have a tattoo and their ability to find love, sex and relationship satisfaction.
Men who reported that they had tattoos were significantly more apt to report an increased desire for sex, a decrease in sex drive and an increase in their desire to find a partner.
This is an important finding for many reasons.
Tattoos are a common part of many women’s lives.
However, research shows that women tend to not consider their own tattoos an expression of who they are, rather than a form of self-expression.
As a result, a significant number of women are uncomfortable with their body in a way that makes them uncomfortable for their partners, or for their relationships with themselves.
It also doesn’t help that, as women, many of us feel like we don’t have enough self-confidence to have an open conversation about our own bodies and what they can mean to us.
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