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Just because they do it, doesn't mean it's right. They do that in my country and culture as well, but it sucks and honestly take the kids consent. A child is not your property !
In some cultures they eat human meat. So?
just not a good argument for it. Most doctors will tell them to wait. It could be a cultural thing, but it can wait for health.
How about you just let people choose whether or not they want metal dangling from their body? IDGAF about culture or any other reasonings, that baby doesn't want to be stabbed in the ears, for the sake of cosmetics. That goes without question. So if you're going beyond what the child wants to justify your reasoning, it's selfish. Plain n simple.
An educated choice..... hahahaha. What the hell is wrong with her ? Escaped a mental institution ?
My personal opinion is that piercing a baby's ears is not moral because I value body autonomy very highly. By doing this you take the option not to have pierced ears away from someone. A baby can't consent to this. I know this is going to get a lot of flac but children should not be viewed as property.
nobodies business but mom and dad....everyone else just read the next post.
Yes, why not imposing something to your kid.
My first were done when I was a baby ,which was great to be honest because I don’t remember it.As an adult I’ve had more done but I’m happy that my mother had the first set done on me so young.
Boy I had my ears pierced at two years old. I still remember that day b/c it hurt like hell. But in the future I was gonna get it anyways so doesn’t really matter tbh