When they come home and meet their future brides, their tales get embellished, so that the pride of their communities remains intact. Follow dwnews on Twitter Sultana opened the first traditional fashion shop as a way to assert herself. After a few years abroad, their families find them a wife and arrange a marriage in Bangladesh. Many leave large, cohesive families behind and end up sharing small houses with other couples or single men. She says that things are slowly changing, with Bangladeshi women working as caregivers, cultural mediators, waitresses and even as hairdressers. For now, they have no opportunity to travel. There are currently just over 38, women, accounting for less than a third of the community.
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