Bottom line. Shaky lines and amateur drawing. Capitalizing on woman’s emotions. I have red hair because god knew I needed a warning label. I think it’s a very good idea for a woman to express her emotions weather bad or good through a tattoo but at least have respect enough for the person to learn how to tattoo first. What do I know, I’ve only been doing it for 26 years.
Cool I have red hair because god knew I needed a warning label items!
There aren’t too many things in life as damaging as ignorance. Ignorance is the main force behind almost all prejudices and biases. I have red hair because god knew I needed a warning label. Even the word prejudice implies pre-judging. Do what makes you happy. I think it’s great she is doing what she wants. I have to say though I don’t understand why men aren’t allowed. She might want to create a safe place for women to go, (which is her right) but I think that’s a bit unfair.
Not all men are abusers and saying no men allowed sort of implies that they are because they are not included based on gender alone…It’s great she is setting the rules of her business and making it how she wants it to be. I’d support her if she was close to me. But regardless it’s still discrimination…If it was a males only tattoo shop I don’t think women would appreciate being descriminated against. She wants to grow her business but is turning it away at the same time…However, I wish her well and I hope her vision works out for her
Get it and be yourself!
I don’t give two figs about the religious aspect of this, what I’m wondering is why no one is talking about how her linework SUCKS.. she’s not good?!?! I don’t want her ‘representing what women can do in a man’s world’.. and I’m also guessing that that trailer is not up to code. Funny shirts. What’s the point of this post? There is a difference between someone who was raised as a Muslim and someone who is a practicing Muslim. I don’t get why people who don’t practice are portrayed as representatives of Islam.
I was a born and raised Roman Catholic. No one gets to negate my Catholicism because I no longer actively practice. That’s still a part of who I am. Of course I know people who are far better Catholics than I am, and I know ones far more devout. But that doesn’t makes them the only kind of Catholic. Much less the only kind worthy of representation. I have a hard time believing Islam is any different in that respect.