Girl Faces Difficulties Finding A Job Due To Facial Birthmark

CAPTVPublished: May 9, 2018Updated: May 10, 20186 plays$0.02 earned
Published: May 9, 2018Updated: May 10, 2018

A woman in India born with a black birthmark covering half of her face admits she’s been left devastated by men refusing to marry her due to her condition. Naseem Banu, 27, from Jaipur, in Rajasthan, northern India, was born with a severe birthmark which covers the right half of her face. After constant bullying during her school years, her adult life has seen her struggle to find a job. She's watched all her family and friends marry, while she has been rejected over and over again.

She said: ‘I don’t go anywhere because I fear unwanted attention from people. They stare, they ask questions and make harsh comments about my condition. How can I go ignore them? ‘I wish I had someone to help me cope. I wish I had a husband who could tell me everything will be ok but no one wants to marry me.’

She didn’t think of her birthmark as something odd until her schoolmates kept asking what was wrong with her face. The birthmark can neither decrease nor increase, it stays the same all the time. Whenever she applies makeup and cream on her face, the condition hits her all over again and makes her wonder why God has done this to her. She would have accepted on any other part of her body but not her face.

The cause of most birthmarks is unknown. Most birthmarks are not inherited. Many folk tales and myths exist about the causes of birthmarks, but none of these stories have been proven to explain the true causes of birthmarks.

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