Tattoos are associated with body art and marking something meaningful. There is not a specific and only reason why people get tattoed – It’s up to their will.
The main and most common reasons for getting a tattoo are attention, self-expression, artistic freedom, rebellion, a visual display of a personal narrative, reminders of spiritual/cultural traditions, sexual motivation, addiction, identification with a group, or even drunken impulsiveness.
There is not a particular part of the body where u ‘have to’ get ur tattoo. It’s all about free will and spirit. They should be something meaningful to the person getting tattoed and it usually represents a mark or reminder about a date, place, person, song, feeling, memory, event, experience… Some people mark themselves for life to remind them of past family members or ancient sayings or religious scriptures or names of their current family/love interest. Other people use tattoos to enhance their sexual prowess or feed their exhibitionist side, and many people use tattoos to visually promote their identity and/or group affiliation
There is not a particular person who gets a tattoo – but usually, they are artistically inclined persons. But it could be very conservative people too. Scientists and artists, 18-year-olds and 70-year-olds, intelligent and unintelligent…
The people that get tattoos are those that like to decorate their body with art. Art that they have an aesthetic love for