Body piercing and tattooing have been around for centuries, and in recent years they have become increasingly popular among young people. Body piercings are often seen as a form of self-expression, and many people believe that tattooing is an art form. However, some schools have strict dress codes that prohibit body piercings and tattoos.
There are a number of reasons why schools might choose to ban body piercings and tattoos. First, they can be considered disruptive or distracting to other students. Additionally, there is a risk of infection associated with body piercings and tattoos, and schools want to avoid any potential health hazards. Finally, some schools feel that body piercings and tattoos are not appropriate for a school setting.
While there are some valid reasons for schools to ban body piercings and tattoos, many young people feel that they should be allowed to express themselves in this way. Body piercings and tattoos are becoming increasingly accepted in society, and many young people feel that they should be able to choose whether or not to have them. It is important for schools to consider the needs of their students when making decisions about dress codes.
Piercing in high schools is not a new subject to me. I’ve had many discussions with my school administration about ear and other body piercings. The counselor and the principle have informed me before that I cannot have any more body piercings because of my numerous ears piercings. In another scenario, I might accept that answer. However, since the dress code Spoiler doesn’t mention anything about hand piercings, they can’t say anything and therefore I can get my hands pierced anywhere I choose, and they can’t do anything about it.
The thing about body piercings is that they are unique to each person. Body piercings can show personality, and for some people, they are a way of expressing themselves. I believe that people should be able to wear whatever body piercings they want as long as it doesn’t present a safety hazard to others or themselves. Body piercings have been around for centuries and they are not going anywhere anytime soon.
As for tattooing, I am not as well versed in the subject. I don’t have any tattoos and I don’t know anyone who does. I do know that some schools do not allow students to have visible tattoos. I think that if a student wants to get a tattoo, they should be allowed to as long as it is not offensive or crude.
I believe that students should be able to express themselves through body piercings and tattoos as long as it does not interfere with their schooling or present a safety hazard. Body piercings and tattoos are a form of self-expression and they should be treated as such.
Although I can comprehend the school’s position on it, I still have my own personal views. I realize that the institution is concerned with students attracting extra attention to themselves by getting tattoos or piercings, but I don’t believe they have any business telling them how to dress.
This doesn’t mean that I think much about whether the child will be able to play without suffering any harm. It’s more a matter of educating them that jewelry is dangerous, which may result in their skin being pulled out if they rough-house excessively or aren’t careful enough. My perspective, on the other hand, differs significantly from theirs.
What I see is that people are going to get piercings and tattoos regardless of whether the school approves or not. If the school has a problem with it, then they can tell the students that they aren’t allowed to have them on school property, but I don’t think that they should be able to tell the students what they can and cannot do with their own bodies.
I also think that it is unfair to single out students who have piercings and tattoos when there are other things that could be just as distracting, if not more so. For example, what about students who wear a lot of makeup? Or students who have dyed their hair an unnatural color? These things can be just as distracting as a body piercing or tattoo, but the school doesn’t seem to have a problem with them.
I believe that the decision should be entirely up to the student who has the piercing. I also believe that students have the right to choose whether or not their ring or jewelry prevents them from learning. Personally, I do not feel that anyone’s jewelry interferes with my education. I’m aware of people who have had their navel, nose, tongue, browline, cheek and lip pierced without any adverse effects on them or their classmates and piers. Although I am in support of people’s rights to keep piercings, I do think that individuals can go overboard at times.
For example, I have seen people with so many piercings in their face that they look ridiculous. It seems as if they are trying to make some sort of statement by looking “different”. In my opinion, if you are trying to make a statement, get a Tattoo. They are much more permanent and there is a lot more room for creativity. As long as the Tattoo isn’t offensive, I really don’t see the problem with them either. If you are going to get a Tattoo, at least make it something that has meaning to you and isn’t just a bunch of random designs put together.
I think that Body Piercings and Tattoos are both forms of self-expression and as long as they aren’t offensive, I don’t see why there should be a problem with them. I think that people should be able to express themselves however they want as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone else. I know that some people may argue that Body Piercings and Tattoos are dangerous and can lead to infection, but I think that if you take care of them properly, there is no reason why they should be a problem.
In conclusion, I think that the school should focus on more important things than Body Piercing, Tattooing and the Public School Dress Code. There are bigger issues that need to be addressed, and this is just a waste of time and energy.