New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson might love the newspaper a little more than we thought -- enough to get it permanently inked on her body.
In an interview published Tuesday, Abramson told Out magazine that she has four tattoos, including the letter "T" from "The New York Times" on her back. The editor also has a tattoo of a subway token and the Crimson Harvard "H" to represent where she went to school and her husband, Henry, she told Out.
Abramson said that the "T" and "H" represent "the two institutions that I revere, that have shaped me."
"I think eventually, when I finish doing them, [the tattoos] will tell the story of me, of where I lived, and what things have been important to me," Abramson said.
Check out her full interview with Out Magazine here.