Steve Peace, a tattoo artist in Calgary, Canada, recently fixed his wife's tattoo of their children after their eldest child came out as a transgender male. Mrs. Peace had portraits of her kids on her right arm, and when their son Ace came out as trans, they fixed her ink to reflect his gender identity.
The Peaces didn't want Ace to have to face an uncomfortable reminder of the past every time his mom wore a T-shirt, so his family made sure his identity was respected and reflected in ink.
Steve changed Ace's pink dress into a blue T-shirt and shorts, and even turned the purple bow into a slingshot.
Steve affirmed his support on his Facebook page.
This is awesome parenting, and not to mention a really well-done tattoo transformation. Head to Calgary next time you need to cover up that tattoo of your ex, or to change up your tramp stamp once you get older.