During COVID, we've been instructed to practice social distancing, avoid touching our faces and wash our hands as often as possible. However, not everyone is good at remembering these tasks and need some extra encouragement. What could be better than a nurse tattoo? Nurses are symbols of compassion, patience, empathy and sensitivity. Nurse tattoos go back to World War I, as soldiers returning home began getting them tattooed to pay homage to the women who cared for them during battle. These tattoos were often accompanied by the phrase "Rose of No Man's Land," which was the nickname many soldiers gave to these nurses. As time went on, nurse tattoos became a staple of American traditional tattooing, appearing on flash sheets by Sailor Jerry, Bert Grimm and Lyle Tuttle.
When the first Sino-Japanese War between Japan and China started, a substantial amount of Japanese women felt called to become a nurse. This fact ensured that a new erotic fantasy figure entered the shunga spectrum, offering the hospital as an ideal setting with the needy male patient in the hands of a dominant nurse. In the below scene the nurse mounts a recovering soldier who is lying on his hospital bed in a Western-style building. The woodblock printing includes exquisite measured gradation bokashi of the purple on the uniform of the nurse and the curtain, with more composed pattern printing on the red blanket. Although there are only 11 known designs from this set, but it most probably originally consisted of
Keira Blue strips naked. Keira Blue strips on the bed as she bares her puffy tits and unshaven pussy. Hairy Romy strips naked. Romy is doing her workout in her pink top and black tights.
She shows off her flexible figure and then strips naked.