Tattoos are fully mainstream now . . . according to the most recent study, 21% of Americans have at least one.  A new survey found more stats, all of which back up the idea that tattoos aren't for 300-pound bikers and rock gods anymore . . .

Women are more likely than men to have a tattoo.  Of the people surveyed from Reuters with tattoos, 59% were women, 41% were men.

89% say they don't worry about people disapproving of their tattoos.

46% say they proudly show off their tattoos at work.  And, we assume, aren't worried about getting fired.

40% of the women with tattoos say they like making the tattoo experience a couples, friends or family event. . . they got their tattoo at the same time as someone else.