When James first got to prison he mentioned getting a tattoo. James already has 2 so I'm not against tattoos. I am against prison tattoos. They are not hygenic and I don't want him to get a disease and told him this. He agreed and out of respect for me agreed he wouldn't get one. Recently I spoke with my brother in law about this and he said James was mad because I won't let him get one. My brother in law says the prisoners are amazing artists and will do a good job. I explained that I know there are many talented artists, but they lack the necessary equipment and it is not a sterile environment and I don't want James coming home with a disease. My brother in law says I'm overreacting and told me he told James if he really wanted one he should get one. That really upset me. I think my brother in law overstepped his boundary. Does anyone else think I'm overreacting. What are your opinions on prison tats?
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