This is in response to Jeff Hamlin's letter in Wednesday's paper. He said that people are judged by their appearance first, and I totally disagree.
State park workers have as much right to show their tattoos and piercings as someone walking down the street does. It has been suggested they could wear long sleeves but I know if it's 80 degrees outside, and I'm cleaning restrooms I don't want to be wearing long sleeves.
People should never be judged on their appearance. It's what's on the inside that counts first and foremost. I think people should take a step back and look at themselves before judging others.