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Child’S Pain is Parents Honor in Africa

According to koodakpress، The faces of the owners, but still proud of their faces and their faces are unforgettable smiles, so is the tradition in the tribes of West Africa, to carry your identity on your face. Someone approaches the child and holds it with another help, extending it and then approaching it, making signs of […]

According to koodakpress، The faces of the owners, but still proud of their faces and their faces are unforgettable smiles, so is the tradition in the tribes of West Africa, to carry your identity on your face.

Someone approaches the child and holds it with another help, extending it and then approaching it, making signs of razor blades or glass on his face.

The children are covered with blood and their features are covered in a painful scene, but their owners see it as a source of pride. It is a sign of their belonging to the tribe and also a manifestation of adornment and beautification, sometimes in celebration of puberty.

It is not only a distortion of the face in this way, it extends to the body and even to the head, and you can see children at the age of eight, and others at the age of one week whose faces are distorted during those ancient ceremonies.

Some members of the Betamapit tribe refuse to distort the faces of their children in this way for fear of disease, rejecting the ceremony that lasted hundreds of years.

These lines may not mean anything to those who watch them, but the title of their owner is treated like a tattoo that adorns the body with signs of religion, tribe or family.

 

 

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