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I don’t understand if he went through the interview process and got hired there should be no issues with his tattoos. It wasn’t like he didn’t have them when he went on the interview. I think it is wrong for him not to be able to work with his class.
- I’ve had various unique teachers from those into witchery, modified and tattooed teachers etc and tbh they were open, interesting and more empathetic than many of so called “normal” ones.
- As someone that volunteered in a few schools for many years almost daily with severe eczema I feel for this teacher as it’s not the kids that make the cruel judgments and usually the kids that encourage open minds in their parents and others.
- I don’t think it should make any difference at all. What if they had been sevear burns scars. Would still be scary too a child. but if parents taught their children to be more accepting of people no matter what they look like, then they would realise he’s just as nicer person… Possibly nicer than some.
Not to mention the black eyeballs and black tongue. Permanently dyed? Never heard of that …learn something new everyday. I’ve seen it before. My son loves his tattoos, and has a lot. We made a deal though. He can’t tattoo his face, neck or hands. That way, if need be, he can cover them.
You should never judge a book by it’s cover and he is probably a great teacher, but I’m sorry I find tattoos repulsive and I find him very scary to look at, I know my disabled child would find him scary. It is so sad that he has lost his job over his obsession.
I do not have a problem with tattoos, but he has a lovely face now hidden by ink. For my own taste I wish they would not ink the face. But at the end of the day it is his body his choice. But he must have known being that extreme was going to cause a few problems.