I wouldnt have an issue at all, i have visible tattoo's. It's 2012 people need to start letting go of out dated prejudice on body modification.
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08-07-2012 17:29 #22
The issue with piercings, and large diamond rings, are that that can be a health and safety risk. One of our workers was asked to cover her nose ring or change it to a stud, another was asked not to wear hoop or dangly earrings because she worked in the nursery, the Preschool group leader wore dangly earrings but had to take off her ring in work hours.
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08-07-2012 17:42 #23
If it was offensive or crude, then yeah, I wouldn't be impressed.
Otherwise I wouldn't really care.
08-07-2012 17:50 #24
I dislike tattoos on women so I would immediately judge!!
Not my cup of tea!
08-07-2012 18:01 #25
08-07-2012 18:03 #26
I don't have any and have never wanted them, but I certainly wouldn't judge someone who does.
Pretty sure my daughter won't be coming home asking me to take her to a tattoo parlour because one of her child carers has them, if she ever goes to childcare .
08-07-2012 18:27 #27I dislike tattoos on women so I would immediately judge!!
Not my cup of tea!
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08-07-2012 18:29 #28
08-07-2012 18:35 #29
I think if any significant role model in my kids lives had a lot of ink I'd not be comfortable with that. Aside from cultural tattoos (which DH has), tattooing in general doesn't fit into our personal ideals and I don't really want my kids to think it's something to aspire to.
We have a very 'that's what they do and this is what we do' parenting method, so other people having tattoos isn't an issue, but for someone to be that closely involved with my kids it would blur those lines I believe.
I think some inked up peoples bodies are works of art, generally though I really don't like tattoos.
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08-07-2012 18:44 #30
I know I'm going to get it for this BUT..
Personally I think if you raise your children with good ideals then they are not going to judge what people have on their skin and rather know people for their personality.
I come from a family where my mother is dead set against tattooing mostly on women....
My two sisters and I are all tattooed.
After all it's your child's decision whether they will be tattooed or not and I'm sure their child care teacher isn't going to be the one to inspire them.
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