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Vincent Coyan and VCASD

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Why do we shrug?

Shrugging is a shoulder movement. This is the foundation of the gesture and, this, the main reason it’s submissive. When someone gets startled, they instinctively raise their shoulders to protect their neck and head. So, the basis of the shrug is a defensive reaction.