GIA GD, AJP
Identity Affirming Services for Every Body
Looking to get pierced? Lynn is now located full-time at Laughing Buddha Tattoo & Body Piercing in Seattle, WA. This private appointment-only studio allows for personalized, one-on-one piercing experences.
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Skin Deep, Omaha NE
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1 (402) 991 4141
Lynn is passionate about creating educational content for the piercing industry. They provide content for piercers and clients alike, ensuring that everyone is able to learn and understand the basics of body piercing. Lynn's content is educational, inclusive, and empowering so that everyone is able to make informed decisions about their body.
Lynn's youtube is designed for everyone, from clients to apprentices to piercers. They create videos and content to teach piercing safety, body modification history, inclusive body piercing, and to help those interested in joining the industry learn their rights.
Their Youtube also contains some behind-the-scenes content about their travels, personal life, and experiences with their transition.
Lynn's Patreon is focused on piercers, apprentices, and front of house, to supplement their existing education and offer new perspectives. They create content that ranges from reviewing basic concepts some may not have been taught in their apprenticeship through advanced techniques and highly specialized work.
A portion of the proceeds of this Patreon fund the Front of House Scholarship, and mutual aid programs for the industry.
Lynn began blogging in 2016, out of a desire to streamline answering frequently asked questions. It quickly grew into a way to share piercing education, body modification history, and pieces about the struggles and reality of working in this industry.
Lynn posts every Friday on a broad range of topics for piercers, clients, and folks who are just curious to know more about piercings.
"Every man is the builder of a temple, called his body, to the god he worships, after a style purely his own, nor can he get off by hammering marble instead. We are all sculptors and painters, and our material is our own flesh and blood and bones. "