Washington, D.C., is pushing to enact strict rules for ‚Äúbody art‚ÄĚ parlors. The city‚Äôs health department claims customers face serious health risks and potential regrets that they must be protected from, according to The Washington Post. Yet these same officials reject regulation of the city‚Äôs large abortion industry.
Last week, the city released a draft of regulations for the tattoo industry, which includes requirements for artists to obtain Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training, be up-to-date on their shots, and obtain a criminal background check. No such rule exists for abortion provider employees.
Tattoo parlors also must post warning signs detailing body art‚Äôs potential health risks, such as contracting diabetes, hemophilia, skin diseases, hepatitis, and HIV. But abortion centers do not have to post potential risks for abortion, which include uterine damage, mental...
According to the article, 'the death of the baby' is considered a 'risk for abortion'. I thought the entire intention of abortion was to get rid of the baby, so why do they call it a risk, rather than a guarantee? I believe death of the mother is a 'risk for abortion'?; perhaps a small risk, but a risk all the same. Am I missing something here?
Ok- here's the link diabetes from a tattoo - yu get the gross thing stuck on you for life- then yu have to look at it every day and think why o why was I so stupid. Then you start to eat loads to make yourself feel better and eventually you put on so much weight you get diabetic.... Simple !!!!
Well apparently you can't get diabetes from a tattoo, but if you have poorly controlled case of it, Tattooing & Diabetes could cause a lot of problems. A Christian shouldn't get a tattoo for theological reasons, anyway.