Wow So Touching See What Girls In The Mursi Tribe Of Ethiopia Go Through

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So lip plates indicates and tells us how rich a woman is or her family is. Well if this holds any weight that should be thousands of years ago when civilization was not in existence. Probably during the days of the early men. You know according to science and history human life started in Africa. So probably in those days lip plates were used to know how rich a girl’s family was or how well-to-do her parents were. Well nowadays it’s Gucci’s, Iphones, Bugatti’s, Dollar’s or pounds, luxury houses and lifestyles we use to identify rich people and definitely these wealthy class don’t need lip plates or ear plates for us to identify them. Big thanks to civilization and technology.

And if lip plates truly tell us of a girls financial power what about the pain these ladies have to go through to get these lip plates installed. The rich of nowadays don’t involve themselves in unnecessary labour or pain. They use their money to buy their way out. That’s class. Some women would prefer their babies to be born by a surrogate mum so as not to spoil their shape and figure. But in Mursi tribe installing lip plates and passing through agonizing pain and trauma is a sign of class indeed. Now i understood what sociologists are referring to when they say that norms in one place or land’s are taboo’s and crimes in other different areas.

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Gerald Odeh

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4 thoughts on “Wow So Touching See What Girls In The Mursi Tribe Of Ethiopia Go Through

  • May 22, 2018 at 11:51 am
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    Wow, must really hurt those girls. I hope civilization gets there soonest

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  • May 25, 2018 at 12:07 pm
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    Sometimes I wonder if we Africans are moving forward or backward. In respective of what this culture represent it think it should have been dropped a long time ago. It just annoying allowing those ladies go through such unnecessary pain. Another man’s food is another man’s poison ,right but you know their are some poison that are poisons every where and this is on of them. I hope they see the light soon.
    Awesome post well done

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