A crowd gathered early Saturday morning starting hours before the first tattoo. Some traveled six hours just to stand in line to be the first 100 people to tattoo "Nevertheless, she persisted" on their body and donate to the Women's and Children's Alliance.
Would anyone in the Treasure Valley do this? It was something that started out of curiosity and has unexpectedly grown to an event larger than I thought. You are invited to be part of this movement where Idaho women (and men) ink a permanent powerful statement on their bodies.
Lady Gaga had one of the most emotional performances at this year's Oscars. The moment all the survivors came forward with messages on their skin was so powerful. Gaga and all women on stage have now made the message permanent.
I have been thinking about getting a tattoo for some years now and 2016 is the year I will pull the trigger on getting it one. The problem is that I have a few options on what I would like to get. I want to see which one you like most and I might get that one...
Just because someone has passed doesn't mean their tattoos have to go with them. There's a company preserving those tattoos posthumous. As in: after death. Framed. Literally. We just don't know how we feel about this.