In the latest form of visual dissent, demonstrators in Myanmar are getting perma…


In the latest form of visual dissent, demonstrators in Myanmar are getting permanent tattoos to stand against the February 1 military coup. A local youth group invited residents to get protest tattoos to raise funds for the civil disobedience movement. Dozens of participants were given a choice of four styles: ⁠

▪️ The face of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi ⁠
▪️ The words “Spring revolution”⁠
▪️ The phrase “Kabar Ma Kyay Bu” which references a protest song and means “we will not forget until the end of the world”⁠
▪️ The ubiquitous “three-finger salute,” from “The Hunger Games” movies, which has become a symbol of resistance at protests in Myanmar and neighboring Thailand.⁠

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  1. Wow, some really caring people commenting on here. That is sarcastic, btw. It’s your perogative to not care about others’ suffering, but must you make jokes about it? Don’t be that gross of a human.

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