Western Tattoos December 15, 2015 at 3:41 am

Tattoos are a form used to express something, search for individuality, show membership in a group in which all its members share ideas and similar interests and even all used the same tattoo design or something similar. Also used between couples to show love, commitment or as a kind of pact between the two. It is common for fans of certain football teams are tatuen symbols or logos of equipment which followed. Also tattoos are used to beautify the body and to express or arouse erotic sensciones to use them in certain particularly feminine body parts such as breasts, belly, lower back, buttocks, ankles. There is not a single reason to justify the because people wear tattoos on their bodies, everyone seems to have a different reason for doing so. I think the reasons are as varied as the designs used in their tattoos.

Today is a fashion very extend ida worldwide, I wonder: does will be a reaction to excessive globalization?, because with the expansion of the internet are are knocking down all kinds of borders affecting strongly in many cases making them and local cultures disappear. Maybe for this reason can be found easily on the internet thousands of pages web that offer true galleries with thousands of tattoo designs of all tribal llamense types, fairies, goblins, Chinese letters, angeles, Japanese, kanji symbols and many more. The common people reject loa tattoos because in Western society who placed them fashion were the convicts and former sailors and nobody wants to identify with these social groups especially with the first. Besides the Bible also expressly condemns them in Leviticus 19: 28 by saying No becoming .ni body wounds tattoos on the skin. I am Mr. because the body is a temple of God for Christians. But there is also the hypocrisy of these believers since that if the tattoo is displayed by a rich or famous is accepted and also admired, but who takes it is a simple mortal will be doomed and estigmatizadoy is subtracted or blocked labour and social opportunities.

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