Chi Pheo once lamented: "Who gave me honesty?". Chi Pheo (only has a pitted face, horizontal lines, vertical lines by self-harm, cutting in his face) has no tattoos, but is still listed in the ranks of the big brothers and vice versa.
Chi Pheo is a fictional literary character, clearly reflecting the human fate, being a victim of an unjust society in the past. But now is different. Honesty or not is from the heart to live and act every day in every human being.
There is no need to wait
for someone to be "honest". Tattooed with viking clothings an eagle, but going out to do good deeds, defending the weak, is she worthy of praise? Be honest or not in your own life, no need to wait for someone to give.
In mathematics there is a concept: Necessary and sufficient conditions. In an ordinary person who commits a crime (or is accused of being a "scum"), it must also meet those two conditions: Need to be different (in form or thinking) and be different enough (for illegal actions). with the usual conventions of society).
you examine yourself (or examine other members of society) to see if the two conditions are met? If enough, you will understand why public opinion is referring to people with such full tattoos. If these two conditions are not met, you can rest assured that you will have a tattoo. I have heard a disparaging folk saying: "Tattooing is not a tiger".
I'm perfectly fine with you guys with tattoos (I don't have any). When I was a child, I was a bit scared, when I grew up, I used to go abroad for work, and when I came into contact with many cultures, I found tattoos to be normal, emphasizing very normal.
So the author just let it go. That's social prejudice. I think people who want a tattoo have a bit of personality, but a bit of straightness is deprecated by people, so it's even more frustrating. A key sentence for the author in particular and people with tattoos in general: Once you've decided to get a tattoo, you won't regret it, anyone's opinion is okay, what if my hobby doesn't affect morality or the law?
Gay people are born gay
they have no choice but are despised by society, cursed up and down. You are a tattooer, but whether you get a tattoo or not is up to you, no one forces you to complain.
Life is not fair, what we can avoid in order to reduce suffering should be avoided, if not, then try to bear it. I like Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, Messi, full of tattooed people. But they are in places where tattooing is not as bad as in Vietnam.
We do not rob you of your honesty. It's the way you treat tattoo clothing others that gives us a bad impression. Not all of you, of course.
I once delivered to a young man with a tattoo. The first time: in the hotel, two women and one man (not pleasing to the eye, possibly due to jealousy).
The second time, in the motel room, there was a group of her friends. It is worth mentioning here, their attitude to me is very polite, in both times, I never heard a word of swearing or swearing.