Dehumanization and the Gas Mask

Research suggests, when forced to wear a gas mask, “Firstly, the wearer feels isolated and/or dehumanized. Secondly, those viewing the person wearing the gas mask may see the person as anonymous and (potentially) non-human.”

What does a gas mask make you feel?

Taken from an article at https://drmarkgriffiths.wordpress.com/2013/04/20/breath-duties-a-brief-look-at-gas-mask-fetishism/

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