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Virginity is bad luck

By Guardian Exclusive
06 February 2019   |   1:49 pm
For Gelao people of the Guizhou Province, China, it is a taboo for a girl to remain a virgin before her marriage. The people believe that when ladies get married as virgins, bad luck will befall her family and husband.

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