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  • Lip Syncing In Lonely Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

    therefore, it is no surprise as technology evolves opportunities for musicians to face scandal increases. One scandal allowed by technology is lip syncing. An increasing amount of musicians take the easy way out and lip sync during concerts and important events. Lip syncing is an inexcusable offense for a musician. It is deceitful and wrong for artists to lip sync in live performances, and it should not be allowed. Performers are held to a different standard when they perform live versus on a…

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  • Junior Class Vice President Research Paper

    If someone told me four years ago what I am doing now, I would not have believed them. As a child, I always was somewhat involved whether it being track, taking dance classes, teaching some dance classes to the little girls, girl scouts, and good old art club. However, now I realized how balancing that was nothing compared to now. The ability to balance activities, events, academics/work, and more without spreading yourself too thin is a strong characteristic necessary for any leader. A leader…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Female Nipples

    What is the problem with female nipples? Please, someone let me know why there is such a need to heavily censor a part of a body that is ubiquitous and natural as an ear. Every living mammalian species, male and female has nipples. But a naked uncovered ear does not get a picture flagged on Facebook or Instagram. Or worse gets your profile deleted and a ban from continuing to post your photos. Why? Why has the act of public breastfeeding become such a horrible and unsightly GOD WON’T SOMEONE…

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  • Body Art In The Workplace Essay

    and body piercings, have become increasingly popular in modern society; especially among young adults who feel that body art is a form of self-expression. In recent years, tattoos and piercings have become more accepted by the majority of American society, due mainly in part to popular culture glamorizing body art as sort of a fashion accessory. However, the question of whether body art is acceptable in the workplace or not is a whole new ball game. Many agree that tattoos and piercings have…

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  • Body Modifications In The Workplace Essay

    their job for inked images on their body, employers disqualifying employees applying for a job because of facial piercings, and employees having to hide changes to their appearance to fit company dress codes all exemplify aspects of this issue regarding the treatment of body modifications in the workplace. On one side of this issue, there are those who do not find tattoos and piercings appropriate in the workplace, while on the other side, there are those who are impacted because…

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  • Why Do People Wear Tattoos

    Tattoos are a huge problem in the world today. Everyone I know has tattoos. In the world today, specifically the job world, we do not accept tattoos. Tattoos do not and cannot get you a job because they look “unprofessional” to people. I have two tattoos of my own. These are ways to express yourself, are a form of art, and are used as camouflage. Tattoos are ways to express yourself and who you are. Many people have them. When it comes to getting a job it is hard because people have tattoos…

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  • Body Art Modifications

    topic (STAPAW, 2012). Body art is art that is made with or put onto the body, tattoos are the main area of discrimination due to body art, body modifications are the artistic or aesthetic alterations of the body such as body and facial piercing, stretching the piercing holes, extreme hair cutting or styling, branding or scarring the skin and the less popular alterations of teeth sharpening and facial implants. Reactions to such…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Tattoo And Piercing The Body

    slings and arrows of this world’s subjectivity. There is a dissent between those in favor of tattooing and piercing the body, and those who oppose the idea of tattooing and piercing the body. Proponents of tattoos and piercings confer that modifying the body in these ways are symbolic and the essence of expressionism, while opponents counter those ideas with a belief that tattoos and piercings are harmful and have no purpose in a professional setting. People get tattoos for many…

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  • Generation Me Research Paper

    Maybe it is the tattoo on your hip, the industrial bar piercing going through your ear, or maybe it’s your sticker decked out guitar; no matter what it is we all have our own ways of expressing ourselves once we get to a certain age. Self-expression is very important to Generation Me. It make us an individual, unique, and creative. Or that is at least how we see it. Being born into Generation Me meant being born into a generation in which we truly believe that our self-esteem is more important…

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  • The War Against Body Art Analysis

    controversial questions about teenagers and their desire for body art would have to be “Should teenagers be allowed to get tattoos and or piercings without parental consent?” I personally believe teenagers should not be able to get tattoos or piercings without parental approval because of the health issues and work environment problems they cause. Tattoos and piercings are forms of expression (STAPAW). “In America they are protected from criminal law by the Constitution, but are not federally…

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