Don't judge me by my tattoos. I'm more than the ink in my skin.
It's 2016 and people are still judging others by their choice of getting tattoos.
Well, guess what? You can kiss my ass. Along with every other tatted person.
Tattoos are a great way to express yourself. Tattoos can say a lot about a person. They often have some kind of hidden meaning. Sometimes they are just impulsive tattoos, which I learned can be very fun and exciting.
Our body is rightfully ours. We should be able to do what we please. If you feel the need to ink our skin with words or designs, then so be it. Tattoos are like body decorators. Tattoos give people character. I often find myself remembering someone for their tattoos rather than their name. (I know that makes me sound like a crappy person, but sometimes people just have really cool tats).
In a perfect world, people treat others how they wish to be treated. There is no judging on the looks of a person, but of their character. We should all worry about the character of a person rather than if they have tattoos or not. Employers should look for the more qualified person, not the person with the less amount of visible tattoos.
What makes someone with tattoos less qualified for a job? What's the big deal if someone sees an appropriate tattoo on my wrist? Would it make me any less of a good doctor or teacher?
The answer is obvious. Of course, it wouldn't. Society needs to learn to accept tattoos. It's a part of our culture and it's here to stay.