People Shouldn’t be Discriminated with Tattoos
Tattoos have been around for a long time, and in today’s society they are considered unacceptable. We judge people with tattoos as thugs, people involved in gangs, or unprofessional. “The gang culture of the 1980s--its symbols, slang, tattoos, clothing style, hand signals and music--has trickled down to the next generation and into many suburbs” (Teen Gangs and Crime). Tattoos should not be something that people judge. Businesses discriminate people with tattoos most often. The workplace should allow tattoos unless they are disrespectful, as in knifes, skulls, and weapons. Tattoos are a way to express art, express someone’s heritage, and can be a way to remember special occasions.
Tattoos are very popular in today’s society. At least about every five minutes walking around town or the beach an individual can be seen with a tattoo. Tattoos are a permanent way of showing one’s art. This art is a problem for businesses because they consider this unprofessional. If the art is decent and not unacceptable, the person shouldn’t be discriminated against because the individual could be a very smart and reliable person. A worker who wanted to display a Ku Klux Klan tattoo--which would have violated his employer's racial harassment policy--and, in an effort to do so, made an unsuccessful claim of religious discrimination (Religion in the Workplace). People shouldn’t get tattoos of racial discrimination, gangs, or art that’s immature. These tattoos should never be allowed for any job hiring, because it’s disrespectful. People who have art that’s stunning or unique shouldn’t be denied from getting the job. People may use this art on their body to become a model for tattooing. Some like to express their art to others and stand out from people. Tattoos can also serve as a new fashion trend. According to the schools across the U.S., tattoos are listed as a banned fashion accessory under their dress code (Students, Education...
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