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When a young British Bengali woman with a black boyfriend got pregnant, her family's reaction forced her to confront their anti-black prejudices. As she stomped away from her maternal home, Salma began tallying up her current status. Twenty-one, two months pregnant and now, homeless. The door slammed shut behind pooking.
The door slammed shut behind her. And all because she was a Bengali woman insisting on having a baby with a black man. In her community, Bengali women "didn't have" babies out of wedlock - let alone mixed-race, dark-skinned babies. Her aunt had spent the morning urging her to get another abortion, just as she had done last time she'd fallen pregnant.
But she was no longer What right did bangladeshi girl looking for marriage have to make this decision for her?
Yes, that meant giving up my family, giving up my career and giving up everything. But I felt like I had no other option," Salma says. Just before Salma had walked out of the house, she'd caught sight of her mum's tears splashing on to her half-eaten roti. Then she could have called up the boy's family, arranged a wedding and 'legitimised' the whole problem by the end of the day. Before even more relatives could turn up and weigh in on her life, Salma grabbed her pink Nokia and stormed out.
She was not getting an abortion and she couldn't stay with a family who didn't support marriagge decision to have her baby. But in Bollywood, black heroes are not allowed. Although South Asians have endured racism for centuries, anti-blackness - prejudice against black people bangladeshi girl looking for marriage is as rife within this community as in many others.
No Bengali auntie ever came outright and said to Salma, "Black people are bad. Her mother's anti-blackness, informed by bangladeshi girl looking for marriage British colonial system she had once lived under in Bangladesh, not only took it for granted that lighter skin was better it also accepted the worst stereotypes of black men. She told year-old Salma: "They only want to get you pregnant. Salma's parents had arrived in London 30 years earlier, migrating from Bangladesh to a loojing estate in London, that was, incredibly, within walking gurl of Harrods.
They were living the immigrant dream. Little did they know it fir been used to buy the cheapest thing in the shop - peanuts," Salma says.
While she and her mum had been on holiday, her dad had changed the locks, leaving Salma's mum homeless with two children to care for. After that, her own community stigmatised her for being a divorcee - but she remained an outsider among non-Bengalis too. A week after her baby was born, Salma found herself staring at her mother's front door again. She could see the Christmas lights glistening through the window bangladeshi girl looking for marriage caught a whiff of roast banglwdeshi.
Anxiously, she straightened her baby's clothes and rang the doorbell.
Her brother opened the door and rejoiced at the small baby in her arms. She nervously entered the house. How would her mother react to seeing this bangladeshi girl looking for marriage The chicken was surely a banglqdeshibirl thought - it was her favourite English meal to make and food was always used as a peace offering in this house. Timidly, she took a seat at the dinner table, leaving the baby asleep in a cot in another room.
Her mother avoided direct eye contact as she served up the chicken. Suddenly, a sharp baby's cry came from the adjacent room. Perfect timing, she thought, but as she got up to leave her mother stopped her: "I'll go. Her mother was holding her granddaughter for the first time. Tears formed in Salma eyes.
Her mother, despite her prejudices, could love her daughter. It was the bangladeshj she'd been looking for to ask for help and move back home.
Salma found out her partner had been with another woman the whole time and that she too had just given birth. It was as though her mum's worst fears about black men had come true, her stereotypes confirmed. Silence, tension and passive ,arriage filled Salma's life - bangladeshi girl looking for marriage plunged her into a deep depression. Some people will think differently, everybody is entitled to their opinion.
According to tradition here, the groom and his relatives go to the house of the bride, where the marriage and celebrations will take place, before the bride says goodbye to her family and goes to her husband's house. But in Meherpur, a district in western Bangladesh, something unique has taken place: here, the bride came looming her family to the groom's house to marry, and afterwards the groom moved to the wife's home.
The ificance of this cannot be understated: for many men, this would be considered humiliating.
Some people would bangladeshi girl looking for marriage call it outrageous. This wouldn't even happen in the cities of Bangladesh, let alone a small village. This couple have started out marriagd married life showing great courage. Despite their confidence, it was a brave decision. Bangladesh has made great strides towards equality in recent years, and is the highest ranked country in South Asia when it comes to gender equality, according to the World Economic Forum.
But serious issues remain. The death of Nusrat Jahan Rafi - who, at 19, was the same age as the bride - made headlines around the world. She was allegedly burned alive after looing a complaint for sexual harassment against her headmaster.
Meanwhile, the United Nations says around two-thirds of women who marry will experience violence at the hands of their partners, with half reporting assaults in the last year. And while the position of women is improving in areas like education, marriage laws in the Muslim-majority country have been criticised by women's rights groups as restrictive and discriminatory. It was only last month that the high court ruled that women would no longer be required to declare whether or not they were virgins on marriage registration forms.
Men did not have to make any such declaration. Bangladesh: Court removes 'virgin' word from marriage form. Nusrat Jahan Rafi: 16 charged in Bangladesh for burning girl alive. She did it for all the Bangladeshi women she hoped would follow in her footsteps. The girl burned to death for reporting sexual harassment The pressure to be beautiful in Bangladesh. For Khadiza and her husband it was, quite simply, the right thing to do. But Tariqul, 27, says they eventually came around.
Bangladeshi girl looking for marriage all, they were doing nothing wrong.
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