How to Get Your Own ‘Dangerous Woman’ Tattoo
LISA BUCKERMAN, WASHINGTON—The “dangerous woman” tattoo is everywhere these days.
It’s on our cars, in our bathrooms, in the offices of politicians and on our body hair.
And, as of last month, it was a trend on Instagram and Snapchat, too.
But in the case of lisa buckerman, it’s something she’ll probably never see.
Buckerman is a self-proclaimed “dangerously woman” and her tattoo depicts her face in a pose that she says is not “appropriate.”
The tattoo artist, who is also a former member of the National Alliance, told Breitbart News on Friday that she chose the “danger” tattoo after she heard of a man being charged with domestic violence after allegedly hitting his wife.
“It was really difficult to come up with the idea for a tattoo that represented the fact that I am a woman who is a dangerous woman, and that is not okay,” Buckermann told Breitbart.
Buckerwoman, who lives in Seattle, Washington, has the tattoo on her forearm in a drawing of a snake, and it’s been gaining attention for months. “
When I saw the photo, I thought, ‘This is a perfect opportunity to show my wife I am not that dangerous.'”
Buckerwoman, who lives in Seattle, Washington, has the tattoo on her forearm in a drawing of a snake, and it’s been gaining attention for months.
“The snake tattoo was really just the beginning,” Bucky told Breitbart, referring to her decision to tattoo her face.
In the picture above, you can see the tattoo of Bucky’s face and her hand. “
And then, more recently, I had a conversation with a friend who’s a police officer and they were really understanding and kind of helped me understand what it means to be a woman in this country.”
In the picture above, you can see the tattoo of Bucky’s face and her hand.
Bucky says that she is not afraid to “go out” because she is a woman and because she has “the courage” to do so.
“My friend, a police woman, came to me and said, ‘I don’t have a police record, but I think I might be in trouble because my husband hit me,'” Buckererman explained.
“They were kind enough to take a picture of it for me to show to my friend and then it went viral and then on the news, and on the radio and then to Instagram and so on.”
Bucky has a history of having “a dangerous” tattoo.
In 2012, she told Breitbart that she received a call from a police department in her hometown of Portland, Oregon, in which they were “furious” at the idea of her having a tattoo of a male police officer on her arm.
The call was from Portland’s Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, which has a long record of being a misogynistic place.
The Portland Mercury described the incident: “Deputy John O’Neal, who was with a male deputy, pulled up behind the driver’s side window and punched the door in.
As deputies chased him away, the driver drove through the back window, onto the highway and down a street to a vacant lot.
‘He got out of the car, got out, grabbed a gun, pulled the gun out, pointed it at the deputy and said he wanted to kill him.
I can’t believe he would do that to me,'” she said.
“Deputies fired their guns and struck the man multiple times.”
Buckereman said that her husband was a “very peaceful” man who had “no violent tendencies.”
“He didn’t take drugs,” she said, adding that he was a very peaceful man.
“He’s always been really nice to me, always,” she continued.
“But the police did everything they could.
The deputies, they would just do whatever they could to get him to leave the house.
I mean, they were very aggressive.
I said to him, ‘Don’t be afraid to leave.’
And he said, I’m scared to leave.”
Buckerman, a registered Democrat who works in the local office of the American Civil Liberties Union, said that she’s not going to stop “asking questions” about the nature of domestic violence and the relationship between men and women.
“If I was to have it on my body, I would have to do it on a paper or something that I wouldn’t feel comfortable about,” she told Bannon.
“So, I just wanted to put that tattoo on there so that when I go to a place where I might have to be physically challenged, I wouldn.
And it would be on a piece of paper that I would feel comfortable with.”
Buckederman also explained that her tattoo is not a threat.
“For the most part, I have never been a violent person, and I’m not going into a fight,” she explained. Buckman,