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But these young Roma women will have a different fate than most. POSING for selfies, slapping on lipstick and dancing around a bedroom strewn with clothing, these young teens could be from almost any city in the world. The 18,strong community is widely discriminated against across Eastern Europe and renowned for fiercely guarding their cultural traditions. Young women can be forced to leave school as soon as they have their first period, according to academic Alexey Pamporov who has studied the Roma for two decades.
When they grow up in the culture what can they do? The tradition is the subject of a recent Broadly documentary Young Brides for Sale by Milene Larsson and Alice Stein, who travelled to Stara Zagora in Bulgaria to watch one family up close as their teenage daughters prepared to meet potential husbands by whitening their face with pomade and trying on dresses bought online. They are brought up not to discover who they are and their ambitions, but instead to obey and serve their future husbands.
Her daughter Pepa agreed: It is very important because a lot of money is given for virginity. Roma girls pose during an open-air 'bride market' in the central village of Mogila in While neither girl actually makes a match, the parents are not unhappy. Most will chose a familiar discomfort zone rather than the lonely prospect of the absolute unknown.
Mr Pamparov said while there were undoubtedly some cases of forced marriage for those in unfortunate positions, it was difficult to generalise about the ancient tradition in an orthodox community often separated by geography.
The girl has a right to refuse. I have to ask my parents to ask your parents and the elders are negotiating a price. Watch the full film at Broadly. Log in No account? Sign up Log out news. Twist in Jack the Ripper murders.