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At Glastonbury: a dig at RNID Don't Lose the Music

Last weekend was Glastonbury, which means photos start popping up on Facebook. At the festival there was a DeafZone Tent, and this is one of the many photos snapped:


I have to admit I totally howled out laughing; a nice bit of activism with humour. An obvious dig at the RNID and their ear plugs / Don't Lose The Music campaign.

Photo credit: Maartje De Meulder

Comments (2)

I am confused are you saying that encouraging people to take precautions to protect their hearing is a bad thing?

Deaf humour with a political slant, that comes out of oppression. Its in response to a certain deaf organisation.

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