The village where hairstyles are a dating code – BBC News

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In Yay Pote Gyi, a remote village in central Myanmar, you see residents with different hairstyles. It’s a tradition they have kept for more than 200 years.

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  1. Wait…tradition? Gender norms? Why isn’t the left wing media attacking these people? If they’re contributing to the patriarchy then why aren’t you doing something??? There’s no difference between men and women other than an “inner sense” so by definition, what’s playing out here are purely social constructs that are bad and only serve the patriarchy.

    It’s ridiculous to me how the left brutally shames people in Western culture for upholding their traditions but everyone else in the world is miraculously exempt.

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