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1 The Padaung Tribe of Burma By: Sara Musafa, Peter Jin, & Adam Banatt

2 The Padaung Tribe The Padaung Tribe of Burma (Myanmar) is situated in Southeast Asia. The Padaung Tribe of Burma (Myanmar) is situated in Southeast Asia. The Padaung Tribe of Burma has very unique fashion. The Padaung Tribe of Burma has very unique fashion. They tend to like very long necks on women. They tend to like very long necks on women. -This place is called a zoo, not because of it animals, but because of its “Long necks” or “Giraffe women.”

3 The Padaung Fashion (Coils) The women wear extremely heavy brass or silver coils on their necks that push their shoulder blades down. The women wear extremely heavy brass or silver coils on their necks that push their shoulder blades down. In doing so, the neck had a elongated image. In doing so, the neck had a elongated image. The longer the neck the more beautiful you were. The longer the neck the more beautiful you were. The coils are looked at as social barriers and the women say it is for tribal identity. The coils are looked at as social barriers and the women say it is for tribal identity.

4 The Padaung Fashion (Corsets) The Padaung Tribe of Burma not only wore the coils on their necks but on their waists (corsets), arms, and legs. The Padaung Tribe of Burma not only wore the coils on their necks but on their waists (corsets), arms, and legs. When the Padaung women wore corsets they could not sit down strait, fainted a lot, had heart problems, digestion problems, and died when their babies were born. When the Padaung women wore corsets they could not sit down strait, fainted a lot, had heart problems, digestion problems, and died when their babies were born. Many of the women do not wear the corsets anymore. Many of the women do not wear the corsets anymore.

5 Padaung Fashion (Arms and Legs) People who wore the coils on their arms and legs got tired very easily and couldn’t do hard and exhausting work. People who wore the coils on their arms and legs got tired very easily and couldn’t do hard and exhausting work.

6 Misconceptions There have been many incorrect myths and misconceptions about the practice. There have been many incorrect myths and misconceptions about the practice. The neck is not stretched, it is an illusion by pushing down the collarbone. The neck is not stretched, it is an illusion by pushing down the collarbone. The brass and silver around the neck are coils, not rings. The brass and silver around the neck are coils, not rings. The coils are often taken off. The coils are often taken off.

7 Here is a video to help inform you more about the tradition. GTVI GTVI GTVI GTVI

8 Credits CITATIONS: Abdulcadir, Omar. "Female Genital Mutilation." Africa Speaks 24 April Mar Brazil, El-Branden. "The Long Neck Padaung Tribe." The Mystic Traveler. 02 FEB Mar Gray, Denis. "Padaung 'Giraffe Women'." Mar Mansfield, Stephen. "The Padaung." The Padaung. 5 Sept Mar Sochaczewski, Paul. "Trust Us, We Know Better Than You Do"." Paul Sochaczewski Mar Unknown, Unknown. "The Padaung Tribe." The Hill Tribes of Myanmar 19 March Mar Yin, Saw Myat. Cultures of the World: Burma. 1. New York: Marshall Cavendish, Yin, Saw Myat. Cultures of the World: Burma. 1. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1990.

9 Discussion Do you think that this practice is beautiful? Why? Who do you think it is up to, to decide what is really beautiful? Quick Write Time: 30 Minutes

10 Homework Write a short one paragraph essay on… To what extent do you think people can sacrifice for beauty? What are the limitations? MUST BE AT LEAST 5 SENTENCES. Also if the crossword puzzle is not finished, it is homework.


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