Do you judge someone that has visible tattoos on their face, neck, or hands?
When you meet a stranger with these types of tattoos do you automatically treat them differently?
I don't but this probably because I try to be positive and not judge people. Also, I love tattoos. I have a huge one on my forearm. My son has a tattoo on his hand and my daughter has her knuckles tattoed. I have see some facial tattoos that looked good on the person that has them and I have seen some that I wonder what possessed them to do that, (I'm talking to you Mike Tyson, GucciMane.) I do think that people do judge others with these types of tattoos and when you decide to do that you must realize that it does limit you opportunities in life. It's not right; it's not fair; but it is a reality. Of course there are cultures where facial tattoos are not only accepted but required. I don't remember the exact country but there is one where young girls endure a painful tattoo process in order to be attractive enough to get a husband.
I don't think I treat anyone differently based on their appearance. However as an employer or customer I think I would be hesitant to deal with someone with tattoos on their face.
i have tattoos myself but not on the areas you pointed out. to me , people who get them there are usually looking for attention or trying to show they are tough and don't care. there are always exceptions but i find these are the general reasons behind such tattoos. the only thing i might say to them is why the heck would you get tattoos that are so visible.i would not hire someone like that due to the fact that my customers wouldn't usually feel comfortable around them.
no and no one should. no one should be turned down work for having tattoos. if so, you should be turned down for having facial hair.
Statistics bare out that a person who has a tattoo on their face or neck is far more likely to have attempted suicide than someone who doesn't. The truth of the matter is we all make judgements about people based on first impressions. Everything else being equal, these tattoos are definitely going to work against you. Job interviews are based on initial impressions and not actually spending enough time to get to know a person on a personal level.
I don't mean to judge people by their life style choices. To me they are expressing sadness. The tattoos create questions in my mind, when I see a person with tattoos all over their bodies or on their face, I often ask myself, what anger does that person have toward their self? Why are they hiding behind their tattoos?
No, I would never judge anyone for their appearence.
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