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Woman Floored After Dating App Match Claims Women Who Have Tattoos Have No 'Modesty'

Woman Floored After Dating App Match Claims Women Who Have Tattoos Have No 'Modesty'
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We've all heard stories of men, or have known men, who are adamantly against women having tattoos, arguing they are not "feminine" or somehow interrupt their gaze on the female body.

But sometimes, we get surprised with something new, like having market value thrown into the mix.

Morgan of @morganster27 on TikTok shared a recent conversation she had on the dating app Hinge with a man named "Ben" in the form of screenshots in a TikTok video.

It seems Ben really added "value" to the conversation.

In the video, Morgan positions herself in front of the screenshots, revealing a little bit of the conversation at a time. Her facial expression becomes increasingly perplexed over the course of the video.

It began with talking about tattoos. Ben previously asked Morgan if she had any "bad" tattoos.

Morgan clarified:

"Oh really, what do you consider a bad tattoo?"

Ben responded:

"Every tattoo on a woman is a bad tattoo."

The conversation only got worse from there, which you can see in the video.

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It seems Ben was prepared for Morgan's questions.

Morgan asked:

"It's okay for guys to have them, though?"

Ben stated:

"Couldn't care less."
"Also couldn't care less about 'double standards'."

But then Ben shared more of his feelings.

As she revealed these final two messages, Morgan prominently displayed two fingers in the form of a peace sign, as if to say, "Peace out" to further talking to this guy.

Ben explained:

"To be blunt, the sexual market value of a woman is dependent on her innocence and modesty."
"Tattoos signal a strong lack of both."
"The sexual market value of a man is dependent on his ability to protect and provide."
"Tattoos [for men] are irrelevant."

The video's popularity exploded immediately, now with more than 223-thousand likes and 6400 comments on TikTok's platform alone.

TikTok was appalled by Ben's supposed "market value" he was placing on women.

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Not to mention the possible implications of him only dating women who are tattoo-free.

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While people argue that dating is fun, it can be a long road to finding the right partner.

Interactions like this could not make the "why" behind the difficulty of that process any clearer.