Canadian Military Bans Sexually Explicit, Discriminatory Tattoos

Canadian military members are being warned against getting certain tattoos, including those that could be deemed discriminatory or sexually explicit, as the armed forces tries to crack down on misconduct and intolerance in the ranks.

The warning is contained in a new order issued Monday by Gen. Jonathan Vance, Canada’s chief of the defence staff, that provides the most specific guidance yet around what tattoos are considered acceptable – and which ones could result in disciplinary measures.

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