Risks of Dating a Woman with a Tattoo?

Are There Really Risks of Dating a Woman with a Tattoo?

First of all, I’m not an expert on tattoo psychology, so though I did a (minimal) amount of research, the risks of dating a woman with a tattoo are mostly based on my opinion.

Why Do Women Get Tattoos?

  1. To rebel and break the rules.
  2. Creative self-expression.
  3. Sentimental reasons or to make a statement.
  4. To be a part of a community.
  5. To improve body image.

The Women in the Study with Tattoos

  1. Had less formal education.
  2. Smoked more by 5 times.
  3. Tested higher for impulsivity.
  4. Tested higher for risky behaviours.
  5. Had lower self-esteem.

Pros and Cons / Risks of Dating a Woman with a Tattoo


  1. May not care if you’re formerly educated.
  2. Won’t care if you smoke.
  3. Fun and spontaneous.
  4. More likely to be supportive of your risky business or life ideas.
  5. Potentially more accepting of your physical flaws.

Cons / Risks

  1. May not value your MBA or other formal schooling.
  2. Higher health risks (lung cancer).
  3. Potential for irresponsible financial behaviours.
  4. Potential for irresponsible sexual behaviours.
  5. Possibly has a high need of external validation.

Watch the video for more details.

Studies I read (I can’t find the 5th study):

Then let me know in the comments what you think of tattoos on women!

xo AJ

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I’m off to the sleep clinic for my initial consult. One by one checking off everything that could be affecting my ill health.

Could be that I’m a hypochondriac, but the symptoms sure feel real! This is why I won’t do a scheduled livestream; I never know how I’ll feel each day.

But honestly, even though I don’t have any tats, I’m also a rebel. I completely resist whenever I feel rushed, pushed, pressured or persuaded. Plus, I’m not keen on obligation.

I’d rather give from my heart when it so moves me. I think I’ve done a lot of that the past few years. Over 3.5 years, 330 videos, a sizeable amount of time and money before I ever made a dime doing this.

But I was compelled to provide information for men and women to be able to understand each other and to (hopefully) be able to find the love they long for. God bless you.


Anna is not a psychiatrist—no way—or medical advisor—nope—you are responsible for your actions and the results thereof. Obey the law. Such is LIFE.

About the Author Anna Jorgensen

Vancouver dating coach for men who love women! ❤️ (Not PC and not a feminist.)

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David says January 21, 2020

Hi Anna,

I tried your link for to donate a latte or lunch which took me to PayPal. It then asked for a domain name or email address which I do not know or where to find in your contact information.


Tim Spain says January 21, 2020

Dear Anna , so sorry your not feeling well. I’ll keep you in my prayers and will always appreciate your efforts toward helping us find love. I know the feeling of anxiety and fear. So deep seeded my knees would actually knock together when talking to a girl in my youth. I mastered this anxiety by settling for average instead of the woman I consider ideal. I believe you can get me to ideal ! So get well. Believe God heals and I’m positive he will. Don’t care for tats. The body is the Lord’s temple. Please don’t stress over my predicament.You have plenty of video’s and information for me and others to get by on. Get well and find your health.

    Anna Jorgensen says January 27, 2020

    Thank you for your kind words, Tim, I believe God has me on a path of recovery now! 🙂 Anna

Reno says January 23, 2020

Pretty much every woman has tattoos (plural) now. It is very rare to see one without, even if she is 50 years old. It’s highly discouraging, disappointing and just plain awful:(

    Anna Jorgensen says January 27, 2020

    That’s interesting. Thank goodness tattoos can now be removed (for those who no longer want them). 🙂

Scott says January 25, 2020

Hi Anna,

I’m not a fan of tats. I can tolerate a few if they are small and discrete, but anything on the face, neck, chest, or big ones anywhere are a huge turn off for me.

As for your health, are you feeling highly stressed, by chance? I’ve found that can lead to many types of health problems, and was certainly the main source of my issues in the past. I hope you get better though.


    Anna Jorgensen says January 27, 2020

    I’ve been stressed since I was five years old lol … but not to worry, I’m on my way to recovery! Thanks for your kind words. 🙂 Anna

Stacey says June 18, 2020

I had a coworker point me to this and it’s funny because it’s the complete opposite of the truth. I’m covered in tattoos. I have a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and an MBA. I bought a house in Boston when I was 26 years old. I don’t smoke. Again – covered in tattoos. Oh and I’m 31 now and I’ve slept with 2 men (both of whom I was dating). Don’t try to tell people to stay clear of girls with tattoos. It’s a form of expression.

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