There’s a predominantly negative public opinion on people who are, “inked”. Colleges frown upon it, medical schools frown upon it, law schools frown upon it, and a majority of society frowns upon it. But why? We’re constantly being told to be ourselves and be expressive, but how can we when the world is one big, judgmental whore. I remember learning in KINDERGARTEN that It’s what in the inside that matters most. So why are tattoos judged so harshly? It’s a form of art. Like a painting that a person would rather wear on their skin rather than the walls of their home. To showcase what kind of person they are. Nobody has the right to judge someone just because they’re being themselves.