He continues that turban-wearing men often feel invisible to women, not literally, but “when it comes to actually going out with someone.” I was inundated with the voices of young women in my school casually referring to facial hair as gross or unattractive (with no intention to hurt my feelings I’m sure) and their preference for guys who were “clean-shaven.” CLEAN-shaven. These are the messages we get from our peers and from the media every day.So naturally I assumed it was highly unlikely that any of my female classmates would ever be interested in dating someone like me.Some Sikhs believe that it is a great virtue to deny themselves sexual intercourse in order to concentrate on divine love.Sikhism is a spiritual lifestyle, in which human beings aim to achieve liberation through selfless service to humanity, family life, honest living and meditation.
The discussion on the BBC program resonated with many thoughts and questions that often swirl around in my head when it comes to the topic of dating for me, and perhaps other turban-wearing Sikh males: Feeling like an outcast for most of one’s life most certainly takes a toll, even if the ways it manifests are more subtle in our adulthood.(God) is present in every human body, and so the body has to be kept clean and perfect. Sex has to be limited to married couples and pre-marital (before marriage) or extra-marital (outside marriage) sex is forbidden.A male Sikh should consider all females older than him as his mother, equal in age to him as a sister, and younger than him as a daughter.Ještě jednou vás žádáme, abyste uchovali jejich totožnost v utajení.Klikněte na tlačítko "Pokračovat" a vyhledávejte na základě vašich odpovědí.A young Singh in the UK has been in the spotlight the last few days after his appearance on a dating television show called “Take Me Out.” I just heard about it a show on BBC Radio 1 hosted by Nihal, which you can listen to in its entirety here.