Arranged Teen Marriage

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Most people, at least if they’re from a Western country, think of arranged marriage as something the parents have arbitrarily decided on, with no thought about what the child really wants. It is as if love is too foolish of a thing to base a lifelong commitment on. Worldwide 60% believe in love marriage and 40% believe that arranged marriage is better. In several instances teens who travel from different countries put spoons in their underwear going through metal detectors hoping to be stopped by security to avoid arranged marriage.

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