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Erica Free Ms. Burton English 1102 1 April 2009 Respecting Tattoos I. Introduction A. The art of tattooing today has come a long way since its history dating back to 2000 B.C. 1.The ways in which different cultures view tattoos vary in vast many ways. 2. Before the electric tattooing machine was invented tribes used such things as thorns and sharp animal teeth. 3. My experience getting a tattoo was a good one, but it took me many steps to get there. B. Tattoos are present in all cultures and should be accepted by everyone, because they are a part of a person’s identity. A person’s identity is a very important part of them. It is their identity that defines them. So when tattoos are compared to a person’s identity, the tattoo is a way of telling a story about that person. II. Tattoos should be accepted because of the meaning or story a person has behind it. A. Religion is a big topic when it comes to tattoos, specifically Christianity. Tattoos are acceptable in the Christian society. 1. There is an organization called the Christian Tattoo Association, which
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Sams during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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