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Fight prejudice by being prejudice?
Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2019
It's a shame that this book is set up for woman to avoid prejudice about our behavior from men while being so tainted with the author's prejudice itself. The book exclaims that tattoos make you unprofessional and how much of an uneducated mistake you have made to simply follow a trend. The author justifies their prejudice by bringing in quotes from a university professor on an interaction he had with one tattooed employee where he also justifies his prejudice against everyone with tattoos because of her performance there in less than three months.
I'm sorry but my tattoos were not some result of a drunken night out as this book also exclaims. You do not have to like them but you must understand that I made well educated decisions on where I went and who did the tattoos. Not every shop is trustworthy and clean. I knew long before I did them that they were permanent and you will not make me feel like less of a human because of this. I worked my tail off to succeed in school for the job I have today where thankfully people are not like this author and the professor. Instead everyone cares about the success of others. Not what they look like.