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  • Essay On Piercings

    this was the first time my parents have ever grounded anyone. This reaction that society has on piercings is strange but is slowly being accepted. Looking back on the history of piercings and what they mean to other cultures makes me appreciate piercings even more. Throughout history and culture piercings have had many different meanings. For some piercings show wealth, higher status, religious purposes, and is believed to help medically. My nose piercing is an example of this. Nose piercings have been around since two thousand B.C., Lorna show on her “Piercing Evolution: A Historical Timeline- Ancient Roots.” Lorna says nose piercings were found in the Middle East. The symbolism and history behind nose piercings says Laura who wrote an article called “History of Body Piercings,” it eases pain,…

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  • Deviant Behavior

    While tattoos and piercing once symbolized tribal signs and cultural signifiers, they have become increasingly popular among university students in North America as a manner of expression. My aim in this paper is to explore whether or not having piercings or tattoos has a correlation to the level of other deviant behaviour, specifically regarding drug and alcohol consumption, and level of sexual activity. Additionally, I will investigate childhood behaviour and background in hopes of finding a…

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  • Disadvantages Of Tattoos Research Paper

    Of course few elderly people enter into a tattoo and piercing shop because few get them done. The people who do not agree with any kind of piercing and tattoos wonder why people even get them done. There are many different reasons and one of them is the looks they get while in public. They don’t care if people think they are weird because of the strong confidence in themselves. (Hinds, 5) The whole world is not going to be pleased with the decisions you make but it doesn’t matter. People go…

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  • The Importance Of Body Modifications

    When it comes to physical appearance, there are many natural causes for the different variations of certain characteristics. Humans come in all shapes and sizes with enough combinations that it is not rare to have similar features to someone who may have a completely different background than you. Most of these characteristics occur naturally throughout one’s life, but some individuals take it upon themselves to create their own characteristics through a process called body modification. People…

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  • Creative Writing: Yoongi's Hangover

    Yoongi knew what a hangover was like and always assumed that being drugged was pretty much the same. Wow, was he wrong. The time between Jimin stealing him away from the five men to Yoongi being situated on the same man's couch was lost between a dizziness that made his limbs weak. Of course, still having at least a small bit of sense left in him, it was a given that he was going to be cautious around Jimin. His caution just ended up being little shoves to the man's chest in order to get…

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  • Ear Piercing Among Teens

    stretching an ear piercing has become widely popular among teens. The bigger that ear piercing is stretched the better it is. People find the whole idea of ear stretching to be gross and pointless. Ear stretching is not understood by older generations because of the terminology used when referring to ear stretching, the process of getting them to a specific size, and the whole idea of someone wanting to have giant holes in their ears. Older generations cannot seem to wrap their head around the…

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  • Essay On Body Modification

    Body modification is a universal culture. In every culture, people changed their bodies for various reasons. Some of the different reasons would be for religious, spiritual, personal gratification, medical or social. In recent years body modification practices such as the arts of tattooing and body piercing have experienced an increase in popularity. They have become so prolific notes Katie Zezima (2005) that a survey conducted by Harris Interactive in 2003 found that one in six adults has a…

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  • Dress Code Essay

    The notion that someone’s personal attire can disrupt someone else’s concentration in a learning environment is foolish to even consider. One dresses to fit ones personality, to boost ones confidence, and to make oneself feel original, not to be the top of their class. Material things such as clothes, piercing, and unnatural hair will only continue to cause a distraction when a teacher calls someone out for it being out of dress code. The distraction is not the dress code policy, it is the…

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  • Essay On The History Of Tattoos

    described what they envisioned him to look like, describing him to have long hair and possible piercings. Another man said he enjoyed reading and studying, particularly cognitive psychology and also spoke at Ted Talks, the group described him as someone who thinks he looks cool, but really is nerdy looking. Once the lights turned on and their eyes adjusted, they began to discover that their perception was completely wrong. The man who played in the…

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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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