Some people have such extensive coverage that it is not easily covered by ordinary clothing, not everyone gets work for narcissistic or attention demanding reasons. Frankly it's a fucking pain in the arse to have visible ink.
Being a heavily tattooed woman means that people are constantly making assumptions about your sexual availability. People letch at, grab and lick (no I am not joking) your tattoos in a way that could actually be considered assault. Then upon receiving a slap they are hurt and angry that you reacted adversely to their obviously welcome attention.
You stated the tattoo was at odds with the woman's perceived virginity or the sexual innocence she wished to convey in her attire. I'm sorry but that does come across as making sexual assumptions about her based on her being tattooed.
It's not an unusual viewpoint sadly but that doesn't make it ok or worth perpetuating. Blah blah whatever, having walked around with visible ink for a long time and having to deal with it everyday my patience is shorter with people who might know better based on having tattoos themselves.