University of Manchester Student Union Bans Clapping, Suggests Jazz Hands Instead

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The student union of The University of Manchester in England has just banned clapping. Instead, they will encourage fellow students to use "jazz hands" instead:

According to the student newspaper, Mancunion, they will use the British Sign Language alternative of jazz hands so that clapping is more inclusive.

They wrote: ‘It was argued that the loud noise of traditional clapping and whooping pose an issue to students with anxiety or sensory issues. BSL (British Sign Language) clapping – or, jazz hands – would be a more inclusive form of expression.’ Sara Khan, liberation and access officer, put the motion forward in a bid to ‘encourage student groups and societies to do the same, and to include BSL clapping as part of inclusion training.’

Source: neatorama

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