Tattoos belong to the appearance, which is an impressive thing that catches the eye of the opposite person and creates "wariness.
After the question of whether it is too strict to 'label' people with tattoos, a reader with the nickname namvfpx thinks that having a tattoo must decide to accept the judgments:
Firstly, about aesthetics
I see many people tattooing very well, they tattoo a tatkuink little on their arms, legs, chest, back... the pictures are meaningful to them, but for people who have full-body tattoos, I don't understand. floating. You guys go against the social aesthetic and keep forcing society to accept your aesthetic?
Agree that tattooing is also an art, but only an art for a very small number of enthusiasts, not the whole society.
The second is about people
Those who live with him or have a lot of contact know he is good or bad, otherwise, he can only be judged by his appearance. A virtuous appearance is easier to sympathize with, everywhere. Even developed countries in the West consider people with full body tattoos, hands and feet "indecent" or "eccentric", not just the East.
I see many friends having difficulty applying for jobs, losing their jobs because of the "tiger" tattoos that keep showing up, or in the case of the man in the article, I'm sure those people also regret those tattoos. That may include a harsh social resentment, but first and foremost they are taking responsibility for themselves for these tattoos. If you have a tattoo, then you have to accept more effort than others when you want people to like you.
To answer this question of the author
the tattooist must first be responsible for his or her own tattooing behavior (with praise and criticism, all must be accepted).
The second is that in principle, humans have Body and Mind/Wisdom.
- Body: is the visible part, including the body and the behavior of the body. This part is visible to the naked eye
- The Mind/Wisdom part: is the thinking and understanding part of the total skull clothing mind and intellect, this is the part that cannot be seen with the naked eye but must be felt and evaluated by the wisdom of others. To appreciate this part, it takes time to experience and analyze.
Thus, we answer the question of how many people will be exposed long enough, wise enough to analyze and evaluate a person's heart? When you're on the street, which part of you is immediately visible?
It is clear that the appearance and behavior will be immediately visible. Your physical appearance may not be beautiful, but your behavior (attitude, words, behavior) can cause others to change their perspective.