Tulsa tattoo parlor joining fight against sexual violence

TULSA, Okla. — A south Tulsa tattoo parlor is joining the “Still Not Asking For It” national campaign to support victims of sexual violence.

The campaign asks tattoo parlors across the country to host flash, or pre-designed tattoo events, and donate the proceeds to a local organization that supports these victims.

Tristen Catlin at Karma Body Modifications spearheaded joining the campaign this year since its start back in 2015.

Catlin explains her shop chose to donate proceeds to “The Dragonfly Home’ in Oklahoma City.

The facility offers everything from food, shelter, medical and mental health services to victims of human trafficking.

The campaign as a whole has raised almost $800,000 since its start a few years ago.

Tattoos for the event this weekend were designed by Catlin and her staff and start at $100.

They are being offered from 12 to 6 p.m. on a first come, first serve basis.

If you can’t make the event, but would like to help, Catlin encourages you to donate to ‘The Dragonfly Home’ directly.