Personally, I think that everybody who says it is a human right to have tattoos, is undermining the term 'human rights'. When thinking about human rights, I think about safety, security, privacy, equal possibilities to go to a judge for everyone (a big company should not have (right to be able to get) better lawyers - as is currently the case!), no corruption, environment protection (yes: the right for our children to have a clean earth!), free thoughts, etc. The basic things.
As if tattoos are a must. They most definitely are NOT! (Apart from the idea that I think that getting a tattoo is stupid anyway. And toxic. Which raises healthcare costs.) BTW... because of the overpopulation, it is totally impossible for everyone to really have all those things. The bigger the overpopulation, the more people without such things.
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