From celebrities to your middle-aged neighbor, it seems that everyone is sporting a tattoo these days. While in the past tattoos may be relegated to biker gangs and rebels, today they are becoming increasingly popular, and as such are becoming more accepted. According to a Harris poll from 2015, nearly one third of Americans sport a tattoo, and when it comes to Millennials, this number increases to over half. As society warms up to the ink, are workplaces, and in particular hospitals, following the trend as well? Can nurses have visible tattoos?