I feel you aren't allowed to hate people for traits they are born into. Piercings/tattoos/crazy hair are done willingly, for the purpose of attracting attention, so I feel you are perfectly justified in disliking and judging someone for changing their apperance in such a disgusting unnatural manner.
>>25867689 I don't see anything wrong with body modification. I see it the same as getting fit or fat, changing clothes, whitening teeth, brushing hair, taking a shower. I don't always find someone's choice in appearance attractive but there's nothing immoral about their decisions.
I generally dislike tattoos because most that I see are shitty, like a novelty t-shirt that is almost permanent.
One of my fetishes is extreme plastic surgery. Specifically huge breasts, butts, lips, and a narrow waist. I would be ashamed to be seen outside with a dream fetish girl but I don't feel guilty about liking them. I view this in the same category as body modification though.
I'm okay with them, but I think most of the time the people who get them aren't comfortable with their body so it indicates a lack of security. Or they do it because A E S T H E T I C except tastes change. I also pretty firmly believe that people aren't known constants and shift around a bit all the time in their own lives and are always changing. Permanently marking your body indicates that you haven't been mentally present on this planet long enough to realize that. And that you're immature. Also, some mods look fucking disgusting/attention grabby which is a huge turn-off.
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