Mia was asked this question by friends of a relative named Michael, who is an avid skateboarder.
If that sounds like the kind of life you might want as a teen, don’t worry, there are plenty of opportunities. Kids in high school who do not attend an actual public school, live with their parents, or participate in a sports team and a recreational group have the right to pursue any kind of tattoo and have them as part of their name. According to the Colorado Open Records Act of 1998, “any person who is 16 or 17 years old, not attending classes, attending a private school or is enrolled in an accredited college-level course is entitled to obtain a tattoo by way of self-representation that is on the person’s arms . . . The district clerk of the district in which the young person resides is authorized to issue to the young person . . . certificates of authorization to participate in the programs offered by the district.” If they are at least 14 years old, they do not need a “good cause” to apply for the tattoo. After their first application, the young person only receives a new tattoo if he or she continues to be active “in his or her community in a fashion which is indicative of one’s youth and of good moral character, and if the youth has not had a previous tattoo in the current area. If any of the information in Section 10.20, 10.21, 10.23, 10.25, 10.26, or 10.27 of this law is untrue or inaccurate, it is considered no further action for a minor seeking a tattoo.”
You would probably have to wait until your senior year (when you would get full academic credit) and go to school. So maybe you already have something on the back of your hand, or maybe you have been planning on getting something. It all depends on your circumstances.
But I also would like to hear what your thoughts on this. Do you see any value in this? Would you get a tattoo if you could get it? We can all be surprised by life’s difficulties. I know that Mia and Michael decided to spend their summer in a remote area of Arizona with the goal of exploring their creative minds and learning some things about themselves that most of us take for granted.
And if you don’t have an actual need for an ink tattoo, or you don’t want to spend some time in the wilderness trying to figure some things out, let us know whether you would like to get
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