#41852
Afink87
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    @afink87

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I would like a feminine tattoo with a bare chest woman like this or a mermaid. I am a woman, I don’t really want it on my back. I was talked out of getting an m16 on my arm piece because of the potential it has to keep me unemployed, so will this be equally frowned upon? (I’m a biology major so I will be working in labs behind the scenes with other lab geeks)

#155105
MattInked
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    @mattinked

It really just depends on where you get a job. My company job doesn’t allow for tattoos to be shown so I have to have them all covered. I have friends where they have no problem showing their tattoos at work. I think this question could be better answered if you found a forum to ask questions within the industry you want to enter.

#155122
kittykat200
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    @kittykat200

wear sleeves, problem solved.

#155136
Afink87
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    @afink87

Too hot to wear long sleeves all the time here. 38+ C, 100+ F. Not sure exactly what my job will be as I’m still in school, likely working in a laboratory.

#155138
buttwheat
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    @buttwheat

I wear long sleeves at work no matter how hot it is. They actually keep you cooler if made out of the right material, look at cultures from hot climates they all wear fully covered loose clothing.

#155146
Call_me_Lola
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    @call_me_lola

@Afink87 144874 wrote:

Too hot to wear long sleeves all the time here. 38+ C, 100+ F. Not sure exactly what my job will be as I’m still in school, likely working in a laboratory.

Working in a laboratory means wearing a lab coat. With long sleeves.


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#155147
Afink87
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    @afink87

Lol great point

#155198
kittykat200
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    @kittykat200

Boom!!!!!!

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