I’ve got no idea how my body will react 10 or 20 years down the line, but the way I see things, it’s the 21st century and people should be able to do what they like to their own bodies.
Night used to work as a nail and beauty technician until she got a job as a tattoo artist and then really got into the body modification culture.
She claims her forked tongue has not affected her eating and drinking, and instead has heightened sensation in her taste buds.
She also claims her pain tolerance has decreased over the years, though she’s adamant the eye-tattooing didn’t hurt a bit.
The process involved injecting ink directly into the top layer of her sclera — the white part of the eye. Possible risks included blindness, but she went ahead with the procedure, anyway.
Night explained, “It was really scary, but I thought, ‘I’ve come this far, I can’t back out now.’ You have to be very precise.
If I’d moved my eye by just a few [millimeters] while having it done, I could have gone blind. It was an odd sensation getting it done. My eyeball felt really cold, but it didn’t hurt.”