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A woman who is tattooed from head to toe has revealed the nasty things people say to her.
And some vile keyboard warriors have gone as far as to say she should kill herself.
Julia Nino, from Virginia, America, got her first piece of ink 12 years ago and has steadily been working on her bodysuit since then.
The 34-year-old has even gone as far as to get her head, bottom of her feet and genitals tatted with no signs of slowing down.
While the OnlyFans model loves the work she’s had done, she occasionally receives nasty comments from strangers.
She exclusively told Daily Star: “I get many types of responses from people.
Julia got her first piece of ink 12 years ago
“Some people just stare, some people are genuinely curious and will openly ask me about my tattoos, even touch my skin as though they expect it to feel different from theirs.
“Some will pretend like I don’t have any tattoos; they look right past them and that tends to be very much appreciated.
“I am always open to answering any questions or responding to any comments people may have about my appearance.”
Even though she hasn’t received too many negative comments, she has had run-ins with a handful of people that were less than polite.
Some have even compared her to a tattooed sideshow entertainer.
The 34-year-old even has her genitals tattooed
She’s not shy in showing off the body art that covers her entire body
She recalled: “Two girls walked passed me in the store once and I overheard them talking about my appearance and how gross I looked.
“Once an older gentleman came up to me and said ‘You know when I was a kid I used to pay money to see people like you.’
“A woman told me once that when I get older, I will spend lots of money on makeup to cover all the tattoos on my face because they’d be very ugly.
“I get some negative backlash on social media as well.
“Someone told me once that I should kill myself because of how ugly I look, or that I must have a screw loose, or I must have had a messed up childhood.”
Julia doesn’t let the negativity bother her
And it’s not all negative – as she boasts more than 23,300 fans on Instagram
Julia doesn’t let these comments get to her though, as her tattoos are a positive form of self-expression and she is driven by the desire to let pain be a power greater than herself.
She said she sees it as a great practice in surrender, acceptance and embrace of spiritual power.
While you can spot many motifs popular in Japanese tattooing in the ink Julia’s had, she says there isn’t much inspiration behind them.
“Some of them do have a lot of meaning to me. But I get tattooed primarily for the experience. The art is just a byproduct of those experiences,” she explained.
“It’s definitely a plus to have pretty pictures on my body.”
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