This essay focuses on the tattooing topic, that is a complex operation because it presupposes ink insertion into the layer of dermal with a tiny needle. Despite the complexity and permanence of the procedure, the researcher consider that children older than sixteen should be allowed to make tattoos without parental consent.
This essay gives two main explanations on why it should be done.
First, this decision is really personal since a tattoo becomes a constant decoration element on the skin of its beholder. Children of sixteen should have learned by this time that every choice has its consequences, and there is direct interdependence between reasons and results.
Secondly, children must be encouraged to express themselves through communication, actions, involvement into art, and a tattoo can be considered as such an expression. The concept of tattoo has ancient and deep meaning as a person chooses the symbol which will accompany him/her throughout life.
To conclude, the researcher provides his opinion and states that 16-year-olds are mature enough to take such decision as getting a tattoo as it is absolutely personal. The effects, that are mentioned follows: firstly, it will lead to responsibility understanding for every action and secondly, to comprehend of the consequences of each choice. At this age teenagers have to choose profession, so getting a tattoo will be minor decision, author compares. However, parents should take part in the decision-making process and help their child where