The accountant attached a photo of herself with tattoos on her arms to her CV and became famous on the net. The image, which went viral on the LinkedIn platform, was noticed by the Independent.

American resident Jessica Leonard (Jessica Leonard) explained that she had changed her job, and the new boss recommended that she post on the corporate social network LinkedIn executives with “sleeves” (shoulder to hand tattoo , reminiscent of the long sleeves of a colorful sweater – about. ” Tapes. UK”).

“Honestly, I was shocked. Working for other companies, I used to wear long sleeves in the summer heat and hide my drawings before every business meeting. ‘one of my bosses even told me that I couldn’t become a leader because of the tattoos,’ the woman admitted.

Leonard noted that the current manager insisted that she come out and be “strong and proud.” The heroine of the material emphasized that it allows her to express herself and be who she is.

“I hope my case resonates and helps someone who may have been judged or stigmatized because of their appearance. Just know that understanding bosses exist too,” Leonard emphasized.

Earlier in February, the mother saw her daughter’s new tattoo and burst into tears of grief. A user with the pseudonym Choclover27 explained that her 26-year-old daughter had made a “headline”. She pointed out that the design on her body looked ugly and called it “black, big and damn terrible”.


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