In recent years it has been a hot topic to have children wear nose buttons in schools. Not only is there news about this problem, but for some reason, we simply cannot draw any conclusions. Although one party defended its position, the argument must have two aspects.
In most cases, the strongest argument against allowing nose decorations in schools is that the neighbourhood voted against allowing nose decorations. For whatever reason, parents in the area believe that such piercings are inappropriate in a learning environment. Whether this is related to cultural or religious sensitivity, ignorance or other factors is still unclear.
The argument for this type of perforation has been verified, ie it is generally not allowed in professional workplaces, so it should not be allowed in schools. They are usually considered disruptive and unprofessional. With this insight, it is still a small leap to exclude them from the school system. The last thing students have to do is distract the system more.
The irony is that if parents don’t bother with the studs, the pierced nose will be less distracting. Since this has become a hot topic, children are more likely to notice the studs and cause disruptions. Since we have exceeded this point, there is no point in solving this problem for a long time.
On the other hand, those who think nose buds really aren’t a problem. Nasal nails are often believed to be part of religious practices. This usually only applies to people with traditions in the Middle East or India, but it can also apply to Muslims and Hindus. The argument is tacky at best because the religious connection to nose piercing isn’t clear. It does not belong to a particular religious requirement but tends towards tradition and history.
In addition, recent media outlets have denied this on the subject, saying that the student-worn nose studs have not really distracted the views of other students in the classroom. People are paying more and more attention to studs. This will increase the distraction or it will not appear.
Parents and students must adhere to the agreement reached with the school district and try to change the rules peacefully. A nose bud can be an attractive and peaceful piece of jewellery. At the same time, the school district must understand the noses pierced. Having students wear clear shoe peaks or attach nails during class allows students to maintain their armour-piercing ability without violating school policies.