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Kayla Cummings, 27

“I’d just graduated college, where I always felt out of place. It was really suburban and farm country, and I felt more comfortable in the city, in Boston. The knuckle tattoos were my way of saying, ‘I’m not going to change myself to please other people.’ Knuckle tattoos are called ‘nail in the coffin’ tattoos. You’ve committed yourself. There’s really no hiding them. You’re putting yourself out there. That’s what I wanted. It was a way of showing the world I won’t change who I am for a job or a relationship or my friends or anyone. This is me.”

“I’d just graduated college, where I always felt out of place. It was really suburban and farm country, and I felt more comfortable in the city, in Boston. The knuckle tattoos were my way of saying, ‘I’m not going to change myself to please other people.’ Knuckle tattoos are called ‘nail in the coffin’ tattoos. You’ve committed yourself. There’s really no hiding them. You’re putting yourself out there. That’s what I wanted. It was a way of showing the world I won’t change who I am for a job or a relationship or my friends or anyone. This is me.”

AARP Disrupt Aging