Khond woman with ear, septum and nostril piercings Nose piercing also has a long history. Nose piercing has been practiced by the Bedouin tribes of the Middle East and the Berber and Beja peoples of Africa,  as well as Australian Aboriginals. It was popular among the Aztecs , the Mayans and the tribes of New Guinea, who adorned their pierced noses with bones and feathers to symbolize wealth and among men virility. Pierced adornments of the lip, or labrets , were sported by the Tlingit as well as peoples of Papua New Guinea and the Amazon basin.
Tattoos for Older Women – A Surprising New Trend
Scientists Have Mapped All of Ötzi the Iceman's 61 Tattoos
Sometimes when I look at a woman my age I forget that behind that conservative dress and sensible shoes lurks the heart and soul of bohemian. At every age and stage of life, our generation has been known for not being afraid to express ourselves. As we shared our stories, two women revealed that they had just recently gotten tattoos. I was a little surprised — because when Baby Boomers were growing up, having a tattoo was not nearly as widespread or widely accepted as it is today. In fact, many people our age might have had parents who explicitly warned us NOT to get tattoos. But, a recent Pew study confirms that, today, roughly 15 percent of American Baby Boomers have tattoos and body art. What could be driving this sudden increase in tattoos for older women, and why is this tattoo trend noteworthy for the Sixty and Me community?
Todd is right, you are an idiot. Not just fiscally, or is it frugally? Have you ever heard the term anecdotal evidence?