Revolutionary Alliance of Unpopular Men protest against Christmas on streets of Tokyo

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee

“Building a brighter future for those who aren’t popular”.

It’s been 15 years since the Revolutionary Alliance of Unpopular Men formed in Japan, and every year they’ve been faithfully bringing their special brand of anti-love sentiment to the streets of Tokyo.

This year, the group got together to protest Christmas, a time of year that’s synonymous with romance in Japan. Over here, Christmas Eve is traditionally viewed as a date night, where loved-up couples go out for dinner, or stay in for romance, and singletons scramble to find themselves a date so they’re not alone on the most

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