Have you ever thought about why girls want their ears pierced? Most girls get their ears pierced because it makes them feel pretty, and fit in. It is a common thing for girls to get their ears pierced. When we want to fit in and be like all the other girls we get our ears pierced. Have you ever thought about the effects of those piercings? There can be good and/or bad effects when getting holes put in your ears. You can have allergic reactions, get infections, or even end up with scars. Certain piercings can actually be used for medical reasons, which would have a positive effect. Horror stories can be told by certain people who have their ears pierced. When my mom was little, she wanted to be like all the other girls. One night not long after having her ears pierced, she had gone to bed and when she woke up the next morning she noticed blood. My mom felt …show more content…
These piercings are on the inside of your ear. Cecilia McLemore is a Majorette for the M100 band. Nearly every game she ends up with a terrible headache, to the point where it looks like she 's having a stroke. She never gets to enjoy half-time because she is in so much pain. She got her first daith done and it did not do a lot to help. They went back and got the second one done and she said she head a pop as soon as it went in. That piercing popped something relieving all the pressure that was in her head. She performed the next week, and had the biggest small on her face because she was pain-free. She said to her mom, “I can 't wait to perform and not be hurting.” to this day she has gone right about three weeks straight with no headache at all, and that is a miracle for her. Overall there are many negative effects about piercings, but there are also some positive ones for some people. Girls know these effects but yet we all continue to do it. Know the phrase “beauty is pain?” that why girls continue to have the piercings, to feel pretty and express
Josie Appleton’s piece opens with her introducing the fact that body modification has lost its mark of being taboo. Appleton then transitions into describing the different kinds of people that modify their bodies and why they do it. The fact that people used to mostly use tattoos to identify with a group and are now using them to define themselves is heavily enforced. The rest of the piece describes in great detail the different ways people use piercings and tattoos to better understand themselves and mark important milestones. The piece concludes with Appleton claiming that body modification should only be for fashion, because bringing significance to it causes problems.
I was contemplating what would be a good topic for my observation and I was heading to Durango, CO when it came to me. The reason I was heading to Durango was to go and get a tattoo and that’s when I decided to observe the shop I was going to. I was familiar with Skin Inc. because I have gotten a tattoo by them before and it was a comfortable environment so it was the perfect place. You could look at a tattoo shop with all of the tools needed to make a sociological observation.
She was completely opposed to the idea of me getting one and we had argued about it for almost a year. At one point we didn’t talk to her for a week. Tears were shed and sarcastic remarks were thrown around until she finally agreed to let me do it. So I found myself getting my nose pierced by and guy who was definitely too old to be wearing a leather jacket and a face filled with so many piercing I didn’t want to count.
Some of the extreme body piercings include, pierced tongues, eyebrows, chin, dimples, lips and cartilage piercings. Today young people are more expressive through any form of art, be it tattoos or piercings. Adults’ before the age of forty, may not have an issue with it. However, most bosses and CEOs are older people who may not understand and more conservative. To them, these body piercings, mean something different.
In “Self-Expression Through Tattoos And Piercings,” writer Alexandra Bartolone, from the famous Odyssey, reviews various thoughts and feelings towards tattoos and body piercings; ultimately, she describes the different stereotypes felt towards inked and pierced individuals, her own thoughts, and research studies. Bartolone, right off the back, engages the topic by describing her personal feelings about tattoos and piercings. Bartolone has five ear piercings, a belly button piercing, and a tattoo, so she’s no stranger to the community of the tattooed and pierced. However, she didn’t always view tattoos and piercings as a mean of self-expression. In fact, at a younger age, she associated tattoos and piercings to the bad guys in the movies.
The increase of adolescents’ desire for tattoos, has quickly created the opportunity for tattoos and piercings to become apart of our societies norm. Tattoos are everywhere, and despite controversy between some private and shared world views, their presence continues to grow. Andres Martin is an experience child psychiatrist with extensive experience and knowledge on this topic. Throughout this academic article Martin uses examples from his experience that give the audience proof and real examples that support Martins claims. Martin is directing his attention to other fellow child psychiatrists to give them a better understanding of this rapid increase of teenagers with tattoos.
The nose is the most prominent feature of the face for it sets the character of the whole face according to Leonardo da Vinci. It is not a surprise that it can emphasize one’s face, making it a very attractive type of piercing on many people. In the West, this piercing first appeared
Are you among those fashion lovers who prefer to get your body tattooed? just in case your answer is emphatic YES, then you are not in any way different from others. Today, tattooing is just one the most vital up-coming trends that are pulling the attention of so many individuals who belongs to different race,tradition, profession and Religion. Although many celebrities Like David Beckham, Britney Spears, and Madonna etc. had done different Tattoos on their body and so many youths are also joining this latest latest societal trend due to its recent acceptability.
Also, cosmetic procedures have increased by 39% over the past ﬁve years (from 2011) with surgical procedures up 17% and nonsurgical procedures up 44%(ASPS statistics). It shows that young women are willing to put themselves in danger because they feel the need to meet society's expectations of beauty. When going into cosmetic surgery, there is a risk of death or side effects that people are aware of, but still undergo the procedure. All because we live in a world where first impressions are made by how we look and thanks to magazines advertisements they set the “ideal” look for us and we all try to reach that look no matter how it
To obtain answers needed to addressed the research questions presented at the beginning of this study, the researchers conducted a one-part survey to comprehend and understand one’s perception towards people with tattoos. The results show that tattoos are becoming more accepted by the millennial. Even though only 1 out of 15 students appeared to have a tattoo, it turns out that 4 out of 10 females and 4 out of 5 male undergraduates express their will to be inked in the future. However, the results of this study contradicts the findings of Crespo’s (2008) study wherein women tend to consider getting tattooed than men. This might simply imply that perception on tattoos might have really changed.
I was told my mother was on her way and would meet me there. The two words, "Emergency Room" made me think football might be over, When we finally arrived at the hospital; the paramedics took me to an empty bed where my Mom was already waiting. I have never like hospitals, everyone always sounds like they are going to die and the constant long drawn out beeps from the heart monitors always going off. The smell in the hospital didn’t help either. The nurse came in with a needle that in my memory looked long enough to go through my arm. "
Unfortunately, slowly over time, society turned this thought of women keeping tattoos hidden for their lovers into an objectifying factor against women in this era. A common example of this objectification is the term “tramp stamp”. “The chick spot [became] the tramp stamp and lost its charm” (Mifflin 101). This private spot for tattooing that was once considered sensual in the Modern Era, was now portrayed as trashy in the Post-Modern Era. This shift in cultural discourse is quite subtle; it is a change from concentrating on the purpose of tattoos to concentrating on the worth of a tattoo on a certain part of the body.
All people have reason for what they doing. Nowadays, the problem in people is they didn 't want to listen to explanation they just want to judge and contented for what they see. Taking plastic surgery is not that bad unless you do so. Don 't look only for the negative side of a thing; look also for the positive
1.2 Objectives of the Research There are two objectives to this report with the first being to explore the advantages of cosmetic surgery and next, to explore the disadvantages of cosmetic surgery. 1.3 Scope of Research Cosmetic surgery and its impact covers multiple facets like culture, religion, economic and many more. However, this report will focus on impact of cosmetic surgery on people in their daily lives especially it covers effect on women, as well as young teenagers. The main focus of this report is to study the pros as well as the cons that cosmetic surgery has brought to people.