The debate "People in America would start a movement saying tattoos are illegal if I opened one tattoo parlor" was started by
an anonymous person on
April 19, 2018, 7:28 pm.
8 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 9 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Najam1 posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
Keto and 7 visitors agree.
devindel, Jasleen and 7 visitors disagree.
Oh, and I should add, of course someone rejected your ideas, people argue over all sorts of things. This is why we need to figure out, as human beings, some standard set of basic criteria that are practical by which to decide these kinds of matters.
That's one of the roles science fills.
Whats your criteria for "victory?"
Alright, though, I don't understand why tattoos are taboo, but if that's how it is for you, no harm, no foul.
Only some rejected.
The thing about victory is that Muslims have no choice but look for the next and greater victory.
Tattoos are haram.
Just because people turned down your ideas in regards to controversial subjects like Islam and Bitcoin doesn't mean they will object to you opening a tattoo parlor. The lack of argument on that front here tells me people just scrolled right past this without thought. I'm only here because I was curious who'd say people were so obsessed with them and being contrary, and not only "people" but virtually *everyone,* out if an entire *country.*
Personally, I like artistic endeavors, so you have my blessing. Just don't act like everyone in the USA is out to get you. I don't even know who you are, except that you are some anonymous individual acting paranoid on a debate forum.
Only some people get support for advocating tattoos.
My suggestions get turned upside down, from Islam to Bitcoin.
Massive resistance materialized when I offered these.
Someone said taqqiya came from Islam, that means telling people tattoos are good for their future should actually work.
No. Why do you think they would? That's absurd. Some of the nuttiest, creepiest people own tattoo parlors, and no one does anything in response, nor necessarily should they.
Freedom of speech is only about letting the liars speak.
Freedom to tattoo is only about letting crooks write on human flesh.
For now, the battle to speak and write is at stake, but only for people who don't tattoo human flesh.
If I started tattooing human flesh, they would fight that harder than they fight the right to write on things that aren't human flesh.