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Uk Sikh Kuris Have Gone Too Far!

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I want to make a big complaint to the sikh girls of UK and perhaps all over the world, but mainly in western countries.

Alright, so sikh girls started making too many mistakes including drinking alcohol, dressing inappropriately, making pre-marital boyfriend partners, smoking and more recently using shiisha/hookah; and probably some other things! But ok, these are things that do themselves.

However, they went too far WHEN they started hating on sikh guys for wearing turban and beards! To be honest, I think we have stayed too quiet on the other issues that have been blatantly happening for quite a bit of time now; but when you hate on turban its TOO FAR, and I cannot stay quiet! It is disgraceful when members of sikh community attack sikhs for wearing turbans.

So many, no, too many sikh girls are hating on turbans, just go to a gurdwara matrimonials service and see how many tick no turban. and this is WITHIN GURDWARA! I seen the Singh Sabha Southall matrimonial list, its horrible and painful to see this mentality and attitude! Its probably been happening for many years.

So on top of all the mistakes sikh girls are making, we now have to endure all the turban hate! We should be ashamed, all of us! I feel ashamed!

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