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GENERATION INK

A video of Sandpoint High School students and their tattoos.

Chloe Edwards and Claire Keener

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In this generation, it is very common for younger students to have tattoos. From previous times, this tattoo culture has become more accepting in business environments as well as within society.

This video features students amongst our high school that have gotten ink on their skin with the permission of their parents before they were of legal age to get a tattoo on their own. Getting something permanent on your skin is not something to be taken lightly, thus getting a tattoo as a teenager may seem impractical because of the lack of knowing oneself at that young of an age.

Yet, the students documented have claimed that the ink on their body holds sentimental value to them which supports their reasoning as to why it is acceptable for them to have at such a young age.

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