Finding Artwork For Your Gay Tats
The question as to whether or not gay men need to have a lovable gay tattoo design on their arm is one that has long plagued me. I am sure that gay men all over the world think that having such a tattoo symbol gives them strength and pride for who they are. This is absolutely true. Here are some of the best reasons that you, as a gay man, would want to have a lgbt tattoo design on your arm.
Gay men have gone through much more things and come across different things than straight men have in general. I can’t even count how many times I have been called a fag, gay lover, etc during my lifetime. The reality is that these things do not even begin to compare to the countless amounts of physical, verbal, and emotional abuses that gay men have experienced throughout their lives. Therefore, when you put a tattoo on your arm that symbolizes your fight for gay rights, it becomes a pretty much valid symbol of your equality as a gay man.
Gay pride symbols are also very versatile as tattoo
You have the rainbow flag, which is a classic gay symbol that is a representation of gay pride and acceptance of everyone. There are many other designs for you to choose from as well. Some of these other symbols include the eagle, fish, hammer, and the list go on. This shows just how diverse tattoos are and how they can represent pretty much any concept that you may have in your mind.
Gay pride also symbolizes different things, depending on who you talk to. For example, the gay inmates symbol may stand for gay inmates in concentration camps like the Dachshund Gay Prison. This concentration camps were designed to psychologically abuse gay men. The nautical star tattoo is another popular gay symbol that stands for those who fell behind in their quest to be accepted socially. Many gay men who have attained freedom will wear this symbolic tattoo on their arm to remind them of what they achieved.
Many gay pride tattoos are Celtic designs that represent the history of gay pride
These designs date back to ancient Ireland where men would dress up in drag and parade around with their fellow gay friends. There are Celtic knots that consist of equal strips of fabric stitched together. These knots represent the struggle that gay men went through in ancient times to be accepted in society.
No matter what your preference, finding the right lgbt tattoo design for you or for someone special isn’t as hard as it may seem at first glance. As mentioned above, there are so many different designs to choose from and they are very diverse looking as well. Most people who are looking for artwork for their tattoos will choose a design that looks good on an arm. If they can get a design that looks good on an arm, chances are they will want to get it on other parts of their body as well. If someone gets a great looking hat on an arm, chances are they will get one on most parts of their body.