> Maud Wagner (nee Stevenson)
Maud Wagner, 1877 – 1961
“Tattoos appeal to contemporary women both as emblems of empowerment in an era of feminist gains and as badges of self-determination at a time when controversies about abortion rights, date rape, and sexual harassment have made them think hard about who controls their bodies—and why.”
author of 'Bodies of Subversion:
A Secret History of Women and Tattoo'