A 90 year old Yindu Chin woman with face tattoos in Kanpetlet, Myanmar. The tribal Chin women had their faces tattooed when they were around 15 years old, purportedly to protect them from being carried away by marauding men. The practice is now banned, an

A 90 year old Yindu Chin woman with face tattoos in Kanpetlet, Myanmar. The tribal Chin women had their faces tattooed when they were around 15 years old, purportedly to protect them from being carried away by marauding men. The practice is now banned, an

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