Saturday, July 4, 2015

Equality for All



Hypocrisy is all around us. We love watching two women or two men having sexual relations for self-gratification behind closed doors, but then we judge and humiliate them in public. Why this is such a problem? This only proves more and more the ignorance and two-face standards.


Homosexuality is a topic fought for ages. Unfortunately, we hear and see hatred, rejection, generalization, misunderstanding, and most of all the ignorance about it. There is proof of the same sex selection and pairing in hundreds of species worldwide. Experimenting attraction and desire to love our same sex it is not rare to do or live to. Believing that being homosexual is a “choice” it is of great ignorance. We do not choose to be Latinos, black, white, Asians, disables, or geniuses. We are born the way we are born without any choice to do so.


Day by day we encounter constant hatred and ignorance about race, sexual attraction, religion, social level, etc. When would be over these issues that prove nothing but the segregation of society. The time to eliminate all of these issues is way over due. Loving, understanding, but most of all acceptance of who they are and who we are it is the evolution to follow. Becoming one will promote survival and peace. Just as in the beginning of civilization body modifications symbolized the evolution of our civilization through art. This became a signature for who and what we are. Not comparing the evolution of body arts to who we are as humans, but a beginning to understanding with simplicity.


 When we call others derogative names or act violently towards them or behind closed doors do not proves anything, but clarifies who we really are internally as a person. Giving others the respect we all deserve will return the respect back to us. This will bring a better future one step at the time. Let us grow and evolve as a specie that understands and believes in human race as a caring and acceptable race. Let us stop all of those negative name calling to our brothers and sisters that trust and believe in us no matter of our sexual preference, race, ethnicity, religion, believes. We own them the same love, respect, and understanding.


#lgbt #rights #love #acceptance #understanding #believes #union

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Evolution in the Workplace

As old as time is, body art has being a signature of our evolution as humans. From the beginning of what we call society body art like tattoos, branding, piercing, and other type of body modifications are symbolism of social statue. Slowly this decreased for centuries till today. As we all grow into what we call the “Millennials Generation,” we slowly bring the acceptance of the body arts into the workplace.



Not judging a book by its cover has become a necessity to companies as the look or physical image of an employee is no longer a generalization towards the negative look of body arts or persona. Giving the chance to prove that a tattooed employee is as or better than the rest of the employees of the company has given them a new opportunity to reach the so called “rebels, artists, expressionists” of our times.


Giving the opportunity to our so-called “new trends” implies wider reach and understanding of the target audience of companies looking to grow in today’s market.



Companies like The Daily Buzz and Emotional Mojo have seen this at first hand. Giving the opportunity to their employees not by the look of their appearance, but by their work etiquette and social skills. Thanks to this they have reach a wider circle of quality in the workplace. Following companies like The Daily Buzz and Emotional Mojo will set an example for the evolution of the workplace and the quality of employees.




Setting yourself apart and accepting the right employee based on their experience and work etiquette will set you apart and put you ahead of many others that still believe in withholding the old believes and work standards.



If you still don’t believe in such workplace evolution check this amazing article on Forbes website by Rachel Hennessey “Tattoos No Longer A Kiss of Death In The Workplace








#TheDBZ #TheDailyBuzz #EmotionalMojo #MojoBrandsMedia #Forbes #tattoosintheworkplace #taintedangels