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Common Hand Gestures in the US That Are Offensive in Other ...

Jan 5, 2019 ... Making a circle with your thumb and your index finger is how to signal "OK" in the US. But make the same gesture in Brazil, and you're giving ...

OK hand sign added to list of hate symbols - BBC News

Sep 27, 2019 ... The OK hand sign has been added to a list of hate symbols. The finger-and-thumb gesture - which is also a popular emoji - is being used by ...

OK gesture - Wikipedia

The OK gesture or OK sign or ring gesture (symbol/emoji: " ") is performed by connecting the thumb and index into a circle, and holding the other fingers ...

The 'OK' hand gesture is now a hate symbol, but it's also a crucial ...

Nov 8, 2019 ... The 'OK' hand gesture has come under increased scrutiny recently, ... of sign languages has led to signs being misinterpreted as offensive.

When the O.K. Sign Is No Longer O.K. - The New York Times

Dec 15, 2019 ... Here is how a hand gesture long seen as innocuous was appropriated to signify 'white power.'

I'm Sorry! Was That Rude? Hand Gestures Around The World

May 31, 2019 ... The 'Ok' sign is also a common gesture to indicate a positive reaction, ... Brazil, and Turkey the gesture is actually offensive, ...

Hand Gestures | A Cultural Guide to Hand Gestures

In most of the English-speaking world, and several other countries, the OK sign (thumb and index tips pressed together) means that everything is okay. In Brazil ...

HANDS OFF – Chicago Tribune

Jan 25, 1992 ... Besides the V-for-victory and OK signs, two other gestures that get ... it means roughly the same as the OK sign in Brazil,'' he continued.

Brazilian Body Language: Obscene

This is very similar to the American OK, but it's VERY obscene! It means "screw you" like the gesture in the picture above. There are countless jokes in Brazil ...

Around The World in 18 Gestures (Infographic)

The 'OK' sign can cause serious offence if used in Greece, Spain or Brazil as it symbolises a body orifice; if you use this symbol you are calling someone an a ...