HARMFUL EFFECTS OF BODY PIERCING ON EVERYDAY LIFE
A great number of teenagers and young adults have a body piercing. These can range anywhere from your belly button to your tongue. There are many effects it can have on you socially, or physically. This essay will describe the social aspects of body piercing, this includes first impressions, types of friends, and job prospects.
First impressions are important to many people. To some individuals body piercing may seem frightening or intimidating. The person with the piercing may be treated differently in a store. They might be watched more carefully to prevent shoplifting just because of this piercing. Some sales clerks might do this because they got the impre
There have been controversies over facial piercing in fast food restaurants. People with body piercing might be accepted into a group or rejected from one because of it. Therefore, the employer andor interviewer may think the applicant has no respect for his body. There is no science to it, and the only way to avoid this bias is to either remove the ring or not get it done. ssion the customer was dangerous or suspicious. Certain stores may search for a certain "look" which may include piercing. These presumptions come along with other physical traits such as race or dress. It is mostly subconscious, yet still evident. Some people feel they are a form of self-mutilation. The company may have a policy against piercing. They may make you seem immature or irresponsible. In conclusion, stereotypes tend to attach themselves to piercing and whether the pierced individual likes it or not they will be judged. This assumption might be related to the fact that the musicians the group listens to also have body piercing. Body piercing is not frowned upon everywhere though.