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Why the art of reading another person has become much harder with masks

By Christine Manby

 

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Masks.

 

It doesn’t seem that long ago that they were a rarity on public transport in the UK, seen mainly on the Piccadilly Line, gracing the faces of particularly cautious travellers freshly in from Heathrow.

 

They felt like a rebuke, though of course the rationale behind them was actually one of ultimate politeness. “I’m wearing this mask to protect you.” 

 

And now they’re everywhere for that very reason. They’re mandatory. And it feels like they’re not going anywhere soon.

 

Full Story: https://www.independent.co.uk/independentpremium/face-masks-body-language-reading-person-a9625336.html

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Man is least himself when he talks in his own person.  Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth. — Oscar Wilde

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