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Photographer's Note

In this pandemic many events had to fit to the sanitary rules. Here in my town we have a usage of celebrate the arrival of a baby with a party named "Baby's Tea" where the friends of the family give gifts to the baby who will born soon.
In these last months, to prevent meetings, the people organized the same event with cars, where the family friends have a meeting in the middle of street, passing in front of the home of the future baby and delivering the gifts and receiving the meals the mother prepared to celebrate the event.
Here we can see they were celebrating the arrival of a baby, a boy. Curiously there was a terrible war in Brazil about the use of pink and blue as symbol of genders, as everything here this was used as political aspects with the government saying "family tradition" should be preserved and the opponents saying all the colors of the rainbow should be used.
In rich countries many people try to use a modern "no gender culture" for their babies, giving cars to the girls and dolls to the boys, or letting the baby to decide what is your real sexual option, the clothes he-her want to use..
Of course in a small town of Brazil the burden of the gender is very important yet, the parents want a boy who will be a hetero man and a girl who will be a hetero woman in the future and so on, despite que social evolution in this question. In my opinion any excess is an error.
Another image took from my window.

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  • Copyright: Jorge Dias (jmdias) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12738 W: 174 N: 25911] (111353)
  • Genre: 場所
  • Medium: カラー
  • Date Taken: 2021-08-15
  • Exposure: 1/21 seconds
  • Photo Version: Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2021-12-05 0:47
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