A woman whose video of her proposal to her boyfriend went viral has revealed she is trolling horribly online — with other women telling her they’d “rather die” than ask a man the question.
Skin coach Sukhmin Garcha, 27, introduced her partner, Shiraz Brar, 27, a dental hygienist, both of whom live in Vancouver, Canada, in July.
But after a video capturing the twist on typical gender roles went viral, Sukhmin says she was trolled by women who told her she had no self-esteem, that she should be ashamed and that her partner didn’t look happy when she saw him. asked to marry.
The video got a lot of love from the male viewers, but Sukhmin was surprised to see so much negativity from women.
Sukhmin Garcha, 27, whose video of her proposal to her boyfriend went viral, has revealed she is trolling horribly online – with other women telling her they’d “rather die” than ask a man the question
Sukhmin introduced her partner, Shiraz Brar, 27, a dental hygienist, both of whom live in Vancouver, Canada, in July.
With comments such as people asking if her knee hurt, she was losing it, and they would rather suck up the ocean than propose to a man, Sukhmin was determined to clear the way and propose to her lover.
Sukhmin said: ‘I was always open to a proposal. I was quite nervous about it at first. I wanted to find the right time to do it.
“Personally it didn’t cause any problems. My friend had the biggest smile on his face. Our families were very helpful and happy. My mother was really proud.
‘Honestly, I’d say just do it! If you’re both at the same level of investment in the relationship, it’s a good idea.
With comments such as people asking if her knee hurt, she was losing it, and they would rather vacuum the ocean than propose to a man, Sukhmin was determined to clear the way and propose to her lover.
Despite other people telling her they would “rather die” than propose to their partner, Sukhmin said she and her family “loved it.”
“Just because not many people haven’t done it doesn’t mean it’s wrong.
“These are just outdated gender roles made by society. We are the new generation and we can certainly build a new society where gender roles do not exist.
“My friends and family loved it. However, I got some hate on TikTok, but very little compared to the positive comments.
‘I got a lot of negative reactions. A lot of them were ‘I’d rather die’ or ‘she has no self-esteem, ‘he doesn’t look happy’ and the list goes on.
Sukhmin dropped to one knee to pose the question to her friend Shiraz (pictured left and right)
“A lot of the hatred came from women, which was quite surprising. It was interesting to see how men supported women who proposed.
‘In our society we always want equality, but because of cultural prejudices there is always resistance.
“I sincerely believe that we need to break these norms and live life to the fullest.
“In a world of so much negativity, we must choose to spread kindness and love.”
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