Gone are the days where tattoos were seen as counter-culture. For some families, getting tattooed is a rite of passage. For others, it’s a bonding experience.
The latter is true to Sarah Rodgers, a resident of San Diego, California who plans regular trips to the Hart & Huntington shop in Las Vegas. With her mother.
Sarah got her first tattoo when she was 18.
It wasn’t taboo in my family. I really wanted one from a young age because my grandfather was covered in them.