My recent Irrational Arguments Against Tattoos post was intended to discuss some of the most commonly used, although admittedly weak, arguments against tattoos.
I received the following comment in response to that post:
This blog is clearly confirmation bias where the author is attacking the lowest common denimator’s opinion against tattoos rather than real issues people have with tattoos, their culture, and the conformity of anti-conformity. If you want people to care about what you write, you shouldn’t pick on the weak arguments.
I will be the first to admit that this blog is biased in favor of tattoos. But if these 10 arguments are the weak ones, where are the strong arguments?
How do you honestly feel about people with tattoos?
What is it about tattoo culture that bothers you?
Do you still think that tattoos are a form of anti-conformity?
Is the Bible, specifically Leviticus 19:28, the cause for your dislike of tattoos?
I want to hear from anyone who dislikes tattoos. Pass this link along to anyone who you think can provide a valid, strong argument against tattoos.
Either leave a comment on this post, or visit my contact page to send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you and will respond to any issue that is brought up.