Well you're welcome to experiment, but there's plenty of businesses run by freaks and weirdos. Just look at San Francisco. Tattoo parlors, fetish bars, S&M clubs, all kinds of stuff. They have their niche, but they aren't ever going to address the mass market.Here is a type of business I would love to see. How about one where *only* visibly modified/decorated people are allowed to work there? Or, at least those who are fully tolerant of such and who won't push their values on others nor criticize anyone for how they look.
My business would allow most forms of visible self-expression during business hours. Employees would be held to the same professional standards. Since their inner being and person is respected, they will be more productive, and of the genius that would attract, we'd have innovative products and ideas. We'd provide products that are of better quality or lower price, and provide the utmost in customer service.
As for clients, they would know upfront who we are and what we stand for, so there would be little resistance on premises. Our success and visibility would be a lesson to all businesses, and they would learn to allow more free-expression to increase productivity and profit margins. Quite a few employees would be willing to settle for a little less pay just to come to work in a way that is reasonable and natural for them. Also, a lot without jobs are willing to put their luxury of having aversions and bigotry aside just to get to work there. Even if it doesn't work out, they would leave with a different perspective and see that not all body-modded people are revolting or even bad people.
Someone once tried something slightly similar in Minnesota. They could never get it to work. What they tried to get going was a transsexual work commune, with the goal of helping all the members get their surgeries. It would provide a safe place without bigotry and bashing until they could get their surgeries and get on their feet and reemerge into the real world. The idea was that communal living would reduce expenses, the work site would be right there, as well as entertainment, and everyone could pool their resources for investing and turning out products. They were particularly interested in those with CDLs so they could have people to ship the goods. That all never went anywhere due to a lack of funding, burnout, and trans-politics.
Good luck with your tranny commune/hippy business incubator. And don't worry about "discriminating" against people with no ink, most of us have no interest in working with people like you anyway. We'd prefer a work environment with normal people.