What’s so symbolic about it (in Serbia)? The only association I can make is that on the same day we celebrate Sretenie Gospodne here (the 2nd of February), we used to tease each other as kids/boys, congratulating each other on the holiday, which was supposedly something like a Gay’s Day (i.e. we were saying “you’re gay”; though it was actually Petlyovden, a day of the male beginning and male children, based on a story from the Ottoman times about a mother trying to avoid the blood tax by spreading rooster blood in front of the house and claiming she’s killed her son rather than give him to the Turks).


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