Tattoos on children less than 5 years old - and it's not tribal - you consider that child abuse?
What about pierced earring or noses? It's not like that had a choice.....
Well, pierced ears is usually accepted, but that is not very painful. I think if it is going to hurt, it should be left up to the child to decide on later. Child abuse? I would say it is, but who am I to judge?
Depends on the culture I guess, in some parts of the world that is simply tradition, so there it wouldn't be considered as child abuse! Also pierced earring couldn't be considered as child abuse anywhere in the world.
On the other hand if I saw a modern 5 year old kid with modern parents that couldn't say it's about tradition, i would say that it is child abuse!
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