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Mother and friend arrested for tattooing ‘Jesus Loves’ on 12-year-old … – New York Post09.02.17

A Georgia mom and another woman were arrested after the mothers 12-year-old daughter was found sporting a tattoo that read Jesus Loves.

The tattoo, inked on the girl from Newnan, reportedly was spotted by a fifth-grade teacher at her school, who then alerted authorities.

Another fifth-grade teacher saw the tattoo at a school dance, when the student wore a strapless dress. She described the tattoo as bluish green with Jesus written above the cross and loves written below, according to WTVM.

The girls mother, 35-year-old Emma Nolan, and the suspected tattoo artist, identified as Brenda Gaddy, were charged with tattooing the body of a person under age 18, the news station reported.

The girl reportedly told police that her father made her get the tattoo but later said her father didnt want her to get the tattoo, and that she wanted it herself.

Nolan stated her tattooed daughter no longer sees her father and that she had no idea her father let her get a tattoo. Meanwhile, Gaddy reportedly said the mother gave the OK.

Each of the parents had a different story and it boiled down to, frankly, just finger pointing, Lt. Jason Fetner, of the Coweta County Sheriffs Office, told WLTX.

Investigators said they were able to confirm that Gaddy tattooed a number of minors at the party, the officer said.

I think its unfortunate in that the child actually wanted to get the tattoo, said Fetner. Its not like the child was forced to get the tattoo, I think it just comes down to bad parenting.

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Twisted mum arrested for TATTOOING ‘Jesus Loves’ onto her 12-year-old daughter – The Sun08.31.17

A TWISTED mum has been arrested for TATTOOING Jesus Loves onto her 12-year-old daughter’s shoulder.

The girls mum, 35-year-old Emma Nolan, and the suspected tattoo artist, named as Brenda Gaddy, were both charged with tattooing the body of a person under age 18, according to WTVM news.

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office

The tattoo was noticed by the girl’s teacher in Georgia who then alerted the authorities.

She described the tattoo as “bluish green with Jesus written above the cross and loves written below,”according to WTVM.

She noticed it first when the girl arrived at the school dance wearing a strapless dress.

The girl reportedly told police and her dad made her get the tattoo before admitting that she wanted it herself.

Investigators said they were able to confirm that Gaddy had actually tattooed “a number of minors”.

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A police officer from the area in Georgia, Jason Fetner, said that the incident is due to “bad parenting”.

I think its unfortunate in that the child actually wanted to get the tattoo, said Fetner. Its not like the child was forced to get the tattoo, I think it just comes down to bad parenting.

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Woman Arrested for Letting 12-Year-Old Daughter Get A Tattoo – Allure Magazine08.30.17

People tend to be pretty opinionated about tattoos but whether you hate ’em or think they’re works of art most would agree ink is not for kids. The law does, at least, which is why one Georgia mom was recently arrested for letting her 12-year-old daughter get a “Jesus Loves” tattoo.

According to local news outlet 11Alive, a teacher spotted the 12-year-old’s ink while she was wearing a strapless dress to a school dance. The tattoo in question is a “bluish-green cross with the word ‘Jesus’ above the cross and ‘Loves’ below it,” according to the report. Not exactly easy to hide.

As the girl told authorities, she got the tattoo at a Super Bowl party with her parents, which, let’s be clear here, is very much illegal. Tattooing a minor is against the law, so allowing or encouraging a child to get a tattoo makes you complicit in the crime. After spotting the ink, the teacher called the police and the girl’s mother, 35-year-old Emmie Nolan, was arrested. Whether the girl actually wanted (or didn’t want) the tattoo isn’t clear, but it’s also irrelevant in this case.

How the tattoo session actually came about isn’t quite clear either, but authorities say the parents were aware as their daughter was being tattooed. “Each of the parents had a different story, and it boiled down to frankly just finger-pointing,” Coweta County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jason Fetner told 11Alive. “It’s difficult to imagine how, as a parent, you think it’s appropriate to supervise or allow someone to give your child a tattoo at that age.”

According to the investigation, aspiring tattoo artist Brenda Gaddy is behind the ink. She has also been arrested and charged with tattooing the body of someone under the age of 18, after admitting to tattooing at least two other minors at the party.

Naturally, people on social media have a lot of feels about the incident. A poll posted on Facebook by the news outlet shows that almost three-quarters of respondents don’t think there’s anything wrong with a minor getting a tattoo. But the comments tell another story with people attacking the parents’ decision and even all tattoos in general.

While tattoos may be controversial to some, this incident is definitely a whole new level.

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We Need To Talk About Racism In The Tattoo Industry – Wear Your Voice08.30.17

Youve taken the time, done your research, and decided on your tattoo. Youve saved up money and investigated tattoo shops for the perfect artist to mark your design. Youre excited, nervous, and eager to get started. But the tattooer takes one look at you and says, Your skin tone is a problem. Never mind that youve seen tattoos on dark skin, and with color no less. Hell, your brown or Black self has beautiful color tattoos which have stood the test of time.

Yet here is this artist you respected, admired, and sought out to give them a lot of money to tattoo you, and theyre looking at you like you dragged dog shit into the place. Suddenly you feel sick to your stomachand not from tattoo nerves. Youve just been skin-shamed.

As a heavily tattooed biracial Sri Lankan American woman, this scenario has played out for me again and again, in context of almost every single tattoo artist with whom Ive ever consulted. Worse, even brown tattooers who are covered head to foot in designs have frowned at my skin and played that Im going to be really difficult to tattoo. Ive had to put my foot down, explain how my particular melanin works and what colors will stick, and hope for the best. Or walk out and start researching artists from scratch.

These days you dont even have to be a brown or Black person and go into a tattoo parlor to experience skin-shaming: This racism and colorism happens often on tattoo reality shows and competitions aired weekly. Most recently, on Spikes ninth season of Ink Master there were only five human canvases with darker skin, and four of them were openly skin shamed with comments like:

Thats the one I wanted the least. How are you at tattooing really dark skin like that?Doom Kitten said in (Ep 6).

This girl has dark skin and she wants tons of information put into this thing.Tommy Helm, Empire State Studios (Ep 9).

Its [a] weird [idea] and the skin tone issue.Matt OBaugh, Black Cobra Tattoos ( Ep 10), about a Black couple who were getting tattooed together.

While these are only a few examples from the current season of Ink Master, I have seen far more skin-shaming going on in previous seasons.And whats worse is when a brown or Black tattooer looks down their nose at tattooing a fellow dark-skinned person. This false and pervasive narrative of the ideal skin color to tattoo as being white is so ingrained in the tattoo community and industry at large, even tattooers of color buy into it.

But here is the historically and socio-culturally painful irony of these examples of blas colorism in the tattoo industry: Tattoos were invented by brown and Black people centuries even millennia before white supremacy became the dominant global paradigm. All of these skin-shaming tattooers seem to have forgotten that the modern tattooing practice was culturally appropriated by white colonizers from indigenous spiritual, sacred, and cultural practices around the world and co-opted into the capitalist venture we find today.

From India, China, Japan, New Zealand, the Philippines, Nepal, the Andean region, Mongolia, Egypt, Samoa, Indonesia, Thailand, the Sudan, Morocco, Ethiopia, Burma, and even the Middle East all brown and Black people the history of tattooing is rich and deep. It is from these originators of art in the skin that white people discovered the practice and began erasing it from its often-spiritual roots in each respective society. Even in Sri Lanka there is an indigenous tribe with its own hand-poked tattoo method that has persisted to this day.

And much like other culturally appropriated often-spiritual practices that have been transformed into capitalist consumption enterprises (yoga), the modern tattooing industry often marginalizes the very people it has stolen these practices from. You will tattoo an om or Ganesh on a white chick, but not the Desi Hindu from whose heritage the symbols originates because of skin tone issues?

The one tattooer who did not skin shame me had, incidentally, completed her apprenticeship training in New Zealand with a Mori tattoo artist. She was the one who taught me that my particular blend of melanin works better with cool colors like blues, purples, and greens. She had no compunction against tattooing me with bold colors, and in fact loved my clear skin. For her, problematic skin was had lots of freckles and moles since tattooing over and through these can increase a persons likelihood of skin cancer.

Perpetuating this notion that darker-toned skin is harder to tattoo needs to stop, and a good way is for this racist narrative to be eliminated from tattoo shows on television across the board. When a tattooer starts whingeing about skin tone issues that entire dialogue needs to be shut down immediately. Its not bad enough that the tattoo industry is itself an enormous money-making enterprise in cultural appropriation, it also continues to tattoo the so-called ideal fair skin with the cultural, social, and historical markers of the brown and Black people from whom these practices have been appropriated while marginalizing POC from its practice altogether.

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Mother and tattoo artist charged after 12-year-old girl gets ‘Jesus … – WTSP 10 News08.30.17

Phillip Kish and Kaitlyn Ross , WXIA , WTSP 6:55 PM. EDT August 29, 2017

mother, Emmie Crystal Nolan (left), tattoo artist Brenda Hope Gaddy (right)

COWETA COUNTY, GA – How young is too young to get a tattoo?

A Jesus Loves tattoo on an elementary school student led to the arrest of the girls mother and the tattoo artist.

A fifth-grade teacher at Arnco-Sargent Elementary inNewnan called police after she spotted the tattoo on a 12-year-old girl wearing a strapless dress at a school dance back in March.

The tattoo, which was on the girls shoulder, was a bluish-green cross with the word Jesus above the cross and Loves below it.

The girl originally told authorities that her father made her get the tattoo, and that her mother got into a fight with him after she found out about it.

The child later changed her story and said that her father didnt make her get the tattoo.At that time,she said that she wanted to get the tattoo, and that her father had never mistreated her.

The father denied the girl’s story, and said that his daughter got the tattoo at a Super Bowl party in Sargent.

“Each of the parents had a different story and it boiled down to frankly just finger pointing,” saidCoweta County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jason Fetner.

According toFetner, investigators were able to confirm that an aspiring tattoo artist, identified as Brenda Gaddy, gave tattoos to several people, including “a number of minors” at that party. Gaddy was videotaped tattooing one of those minors as more than a dozen people watched,Fetner said.

After initially denying the charges, the tattoo artist admitted to giving the child the tattoo, but said that her mother gave permission to do so. She also admitted to tattooing at least two other minors, Fetner said.

“It’s difficult to imagine how as a parent you think it’s appropriate to supervise or allow someone to give your child a tattoo at that age,” said Fetner.

The child’s mother, 35-year-old Emmie Nolan, has been charged with being a party to a crime — a misdemeanor. Investigators believe Nolan told her daughter to lie about where she got the tattoo. She has denied involvement.

“I think it’s unfortunate in that the child actually wanted to get the tattoo,” said Fetner. “It’s not like the child was forced to get the tattoo, I think it just comes down to bad parenting.”

Gaddy was charged with tattooing the body of a person under the age of 18.

Georgia Division of Family and Children’s Services has an open case on the child, who has been placed in a home with relatives.

The girl’s family did not respond to our request to comment.

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Mother Charged After Elementary Student Gets Tattoo – LEX18 Lexington KY News08.29.17

COWETA COUNTY, Ga. (WXIA)–A Jesus Loves tattoo on an elementary school student led to the arrest of the girls mother and the tattoo artist.

A fifth-grade teacher at Arnco-Sargent Elementary inNewnan called police after she spotted the tattoo on a 12-year-old girl wearing a strapless dress at a school dance back in March.

The tattoo, which was on the girls shoulder, was a bluish-green cross with the word Jesus above the cross and Loves below it.

The girl originally told authorities that her father made her get the tattoo, and that her mother got into a fight with him after she found out about it.

The child later changed her story and said that her father didnt make her get the tattoo.At that time,she said that she wanted to get the tattoo, and that her father had never mistreated her.

The father denied the girl’s story, and said that his daughter got the tattoo at a Super Bowl party in Sargent.

“Each of the parents had a different story and it boiled down to frankly just finger pointing,” saidCoweta County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jason Fetner.

According toFetner, investigators were able to confirm that an aspiring tattoo artist, identified as Brenda Gaddy, gave tattoos to several people, including “a number of minors” at that party. Gaddy was videotaped tattooing one of those minors as more than a dozen people watched,Fetner said.

After initially denying the charges, the tattoo artist admitted to giving the child the tattoo, but said that her mother gave permission to do so. She also admitted to tattooing at least two other minors, Fetner said.

“It’s difficult to imagine how as a parent you think it’s appropriate to supervise or allow someone to give your child a tattoo at that age,” said Fetner.

The child’s mother, 35-year-old Emmie Nolan, has been charged with being a party to a crime — a misdemeanor. Investigators believe Nolan told her daughter to lie about where she got the tattoo. She has denied involvement.

“I think it’s unfortunate in that the child actually wanted to get the tattoo,” said Fetner. “It’s not like the child was forced to get the tattoo, I think it just comes down to bad parenting.”

Gaddy was charged with tattooing the body of a person under the age of 18.

Georgia Division of Family and Children’s Services has an open case on the child, who has been placed in a home with relatives.

The girl’s family did not respond to our request to comment.

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Mother charged after elementary student gets ‘Jesus Loves’ tattoo – WXIA-TV08.29.17

A teacher spotted the tattoo on the student at a school dance.

Phillip Kish and Kaitlyn Ross , WXIA 5:30 PM. EDT August 28, 2017

Artist rendering of the tattoo

COWETA COUNTY, Ga. – A Jesus Loves tattoo on an elementary school student led to the arrest of the girls mother and the tattoo artist.

A fifth-grade teacher at Arnco-Sargent Elementary inNewnan called police after she spotted the tattoo on a 12-year-old girl wearing a strapless dress at a school dance back in March.

The tattoo, which was on the girls shoulder, was a bluish-green cross with the word Jesus above the cross and Loves below it.

The girl originally told authorities that her father made her get the tattoo, and that her mother got into a fight with him after she found out about it.

The child later changed her story and said that her father didnt make her get the tattoo.At that time,she said that she wanted to get the tattoo, and that her father had never mistreated her.

The father denied the girl’s story, and said that his daughter got the tattoo at a Super Bowl party in Sargent.

“Each of the parents had a different story and it boiled down to frankly just finger pointing,” saidCoweta County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Jason Fetner.

According toFetner, investigators were able to confirm that an aspiring tattoo artist, identified as Brenda Gaddy, gave tattoos to several people, including “a number of minors” at that party. Gaddy was videotaped tattooing one of those minors as more than a dozen people watched,Fetner said.

After initially denying the charges, the tattoo artist admitted to giving the child the tattoo, but said that her mother gave permission to do so. She also admitted to tattooing at least two other minors, Fetner said.

“It’s difficult to imagine how as a parent you think it’s appropriate to supervise or allow someone to give your child a tattoo at that age,” said Fetner.

The child’s mother, 35-year-old Emmie Nolan, has been charged with being a party to a crime — a misdemeanor. Investigators believe Nolan told her daughter to lie about where she got the tattoo. She has denied involvement.

“I think it’s unfortunate in that the child actually wanted to get the tattoo,” said Fetner. “It’s not like the child was forced to get the tattoo, I think it just comes down to bad parenting.”

Gaddy was charged with tattooing the body of a person under the age of 18.

Emmie Crystal Nolan (left), Brenda Hope Gaddy (right)

Georgia Division of Family and Children’s Services has an open case on the child, who has been placed in a home with relatives.

The girl’s family did not respond to our request to comment.

2017 WXIA-TV

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Did you know you can get a tattoo made from the ashes of a loved one? – PhillyVoice.com08.29.17


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Did you know you can get a tattoo made from the ashes of a loved one?
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Lange herself has tattoos incorporating the ashes of her late husband, as well as her dogs who have died. In the past six months, Lange says, she's gotten more calls about cremation tattoos than she has in the 20 years she's been doing such artwork.

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From Childhood Punk to Walk-In Tattooer, Chris Bass Has Always Been About the Art – OC Weekly08.29.17

Monday, August 28, 2017 at 7:55 a.m.

The finest tattooer from the Lancaster punk scene.

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At 35 years old, Chris Bass isnt the youngest guy youll find working in a tattoo shop, but hes been interested in tattoos for at least as long as anyone else his age. Even if hes only been tattooing for a handful of years now, the artists punk rock upbringing saw him getting inked while most of his peers were still working on their homework or contemplating college applications and he really hasnt looked back since.

When I was right around 15 or 16, I was growing up in the small little desert town of Lancaster, Bass says. I was involved in the little punk rock scene we had out there, and some of my friends were a little bit older and had tattoos. They werent the greatest ones, but by the time I was 18 Id gotten some of my first tattoos. They were just real shitty punk rock tattoos from guys who would come around during band practice and do them out of the house.

Of course, it wasnt until several years later that Bass actually became interested in the professional side of tattooing. While it was fun and easy to pick up a terrible amateur tattoo in someones kitchen, Bass didnt really understand how much went into tattooing (or at least good tattooing) until one of his friends began working in a shop and using the Tattoos Deluxe artist as a guinea pig for his new artistic skills.

I was in a band with my friend Matt, and he dropped out of the band because he was doing piercings at a place called Psycho City Tattoo in Lancaster, Bass says. Through that, he started tattooing and did some of his first work on me. I ended up getting this back piece that I have, and that kind of opened my eyes up to real tattooing and professional tattooing.

After going to a convention with his tattooing friend and meeting some of the countrys best and most experienced tattoo artists, Bass became inspired to seek out a tattoo career of his own. At the time, the 30-year-old future tattooer was working in construction and a variety of other odd jobs with long hours in order to pay the bills, but tattooing seemed like the career hed be most passionate about. A handful of years later, Bass has become a reliable option for tattoos of all styles after learning the trade from tattooing legend Greg James and earning a permanent spot at James own tattoo parlor.

I work at a walk-in shop, so I kind of have to be diverse with styles, Bass says. We get a lot of people coming through here, and everybody wants something different. If I just specialized in one thing, Id be turning people down left and right. People come in wanting script, black and gray, traditional, Japanese, the list goes on, and thats really what I like about tattooing. I dont want to be a one-trick pony. I like doing new things and the diversity of it.

But while tattoo-based art may be something Bass has been fond of ever since his teenage days in Lancasters punk rock scene, the customer service side of things was something hes had to learn over time. As an artist, hes happy to tackle any style or request that comes into the shop but thats not to say he doesnt still remember the days when it was the tattooer who really had the final word in deciding what their clients got.

When I first discovered tattooing at the end of the 90s, you still went into the shop and picked some flash off of the walls, Bass says. You didnt have cell phones and computers just yet, so you still had to trust the artist to help you out with those things. By the time I started tattooing, its kind of like Subway now where you have to cater to the clients who walk in. Its just the customer service aspect of it.

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Thousands of people are getting these 6 letters tattooed all over their bodies for a powerful reason – INSIDER08.29.17

People are getting “GRL PWR” tattoos to display their feminist spirit.Artsyjor/Instagram

While they may be small in size, tiny tattoos pack a lot of meaning.

The latest miniature tattoo craze is proof, with many people getting the words “GRL PWR” a stand-in for the feminist slogan “girl power” inked on their bodies as an everlasting sign of sisterhood and solidarity.

The tattoos, which we first read about on Refinery29, are taking over Instagram. Nearly 2,000 users posted photos of their “GRL PWR” tattoos at the time of this post.

“I get a lot of women who come to get a tattoo and they don’t want flowers or any girly s—, they want a permanent symbol of their girl power,” Lalo Yunda, a Brooklyn-based tattoo artist told Refinery29. “For the time in history where we are now, a lot of women feel like they are strong and successful, and they want to celebrate that.”

However, if tattoos aren’t quite your thing, there are other ways to participate in the viral trend.

Some people wear the message on hats and T-shirts.

Others have chosen to decorate their homes with themed art.

Regardless of how you display your girl power, we hope these messages are helping to empower women everywhere.

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