A tattoo on a man’s back is no secret in Mexico.
But now, one man is fighting to change that.
In the early 2000s, a local tattoo parlor owner was told by a customer that he was going to need a new tattoo.
The customer went to a nearby tattoo parlour to get his tattoo, but the customer was not satisfied.
So the tattoo parter took the man’s name and gave it to the customer.
Then, the customer went back to the tattoo shop and requested another tattoo.
It was a different story when the man started getting more requests for his name, which became known as “Emanuel” after his name.
But the business owner was adamant that the tattoo was for his family, and that he would not be bullied for his tattoo.
So on June 16, 2009, Manuel and his wife took a break from their busy schedule and took a vacation to Mexico.
They stayed in the resort town of Oaxaca, and after a few days of getting tattoos in front of a small crowd, Manuel decided to get another tattoo on his back.
The first tattoo was a simple white circle with a small black star in the center.
The following year, Manuel got another tattoo of his family’s name.
He also got another simple white circular tattoo, this time with the name of his mother in black letters.
He went on to get other tattoos that featured his father, brother and sister, along with other family members.
Now, the family owns two businesses in Oaxacan, one in Sinaloa and one in Tamaulipas.
Manuel says the business is very profitable, but that there are some restrictions on what he can do.
He said he is able to have a tattoo of the word “Mexico” on his forearm.
But he is not allowed to show his family or friends his tattoos.
As a father, he also believes the government needs to allow tattoo artists to make money.
He says if people do not pay taxes, then there is no incentive for the government to allow them to get tattoos.