Beautiful and Empowering Feminist Tattoos
Tattoos are a form of self-expression that can also be social, cultural, or political statements, and there’s no denying the powerful impact of seeing your message right there in ink
Tattoos and feminism are no longer considered taboo. Now more and more women are clearly using their body art to proclaim their feminism loud and clear. It's no wonder they go hand in hand so beautifully.
From “Nevertheless, she persisted” and “Fight like a girl” quotes to Venus and equality symbols, these tattoos beautifully get the message across. Here are some of the most beautiful and moving feminist tattoos...
Boxing girl tattoo
“Know them, raise them, be them”
Beautiful floral equal sign tattoo.
GRL PWR tattoo. Six letters is all it takes to make a statement.
Fish on a bike, representing a famous quote by Irina Dunn that says "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle".
Wonder Woman tattoo.
“Nevertheless, she persisted” tattoo.
Frida Kahlo tattoo, an icon of feminism and freedom.
“Still I rise” tattoo, inspired by Maya Angelou's famous quote.
“Fight like a girl.”
Wednesday Addams is a feminist role model through and through.
“I am enough” tattoo. You are enough, you will always be enough, and a gorgeous tattoo is a perfect way to remind yourself of that.
Fighting like a girl is something to be proud of, and these boxing gloves are just a simple reminder.
GRL PWR temporary tattoo, get it here.
“Some days I am more wolf than woman, and I am still learning how to stop apologizing for my wild.” ― Nikita Gill
Venus symbol tattoo. Beautiful, simple, and bold.
“And though she be but little, she is fierce” is a line from the play "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare.
“Facta non verba” tattoo, Latin for “Deeds not words”
Lena Dunham's Langley Fox illustration inspired tattoo of living legend Laura Thornhill Caswell.
“My body, my rules” tattoo. You are in control of your body. You decide what happens. You decide what you want. Consent is not negotiable.
Bad Gal tattoo. The total opposite of a “good girl.”
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