Is this a grammatically correct sentence?

"Honesty does not negate kindness" or "Honesty doesn't negate kindness"

I want to get a tattoo of this but I am worried that is not actually grammatically correct. Is it a double negative, etc? Is there a better way to phrase this sentence?

I don't want to end with a #tattoofail and something I have to look at for the rest of my life!

I often remind myself of this because I had been insensitive to others in the past for the sake of truth, but I have found that you can be truthful and kind in the same sentence, all that matters is the way you phrase your words.

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