Finding love in one’s life and that too, a true, eternal love which will culminate in a happy marriage has become a very difficult and hard-to-get dream these days. Being loved is one of the greatest feeling in the world but loving someone deeply and getting reciprocation in return is what makes the world go around. The LGBTQ community all across the world is still fighting to be able to express their love openly and marry the person they love and want to spend the rest f their lives with. So, any example that tries to spread gives immense courage and motivation to others to not to buckle down and bow down in front of societal pressures. United Kingdom’s first gay Muslim marriage brought a smile to many people’s faces, especially when they saw the beaming and happy expressions on the grooms’ faces.

24-year-old Jahed Choudhury and 19-year-old Sean Rogan have become the first men in the UK to have a gay Muslim wedding. Their marriage has transcended boundaries and broken a lot of shackles and stereotypes. They turned their love into holy matrimony in Walsall on June 22. Both the grooms were dressed in their finest traditional Islamic dress and looked very handsome and dapper.  Straight Men Kiss Gay Guys: This Video Proves Boy Kissing a Boy Does Not Make Them Homosexual

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Jahed Choudhury always felt like an outsider in his family and was ostracized because he liked fashion more than football. He was bullied throughout his school life because of his likes. He said, “People would spit on me, empty the rubbish bins on me, call me a pig and the Muslim people would shout ‘harum’ – which is a very nasty insult in my language.” The bullying that he received was so severe that he even contemplated taking his own life. But at the end of his bleak tunnel he met Sean Rogan and his life changed for the better.

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Jahed Choudhury recalled, “I was crying on a bench and Sean came over and asked if I was okay. He gave me hope at one of my lowest points and he’s stood by me all the way.” The couple soon started dating and moved in together. After getting married to each other they went for an awesome honeymoon to Spain. Now Jahed Choudhury is happy and proud of his sexuality. Jahed and Sean Rogan hope that they have been able to give courage and inspiration to other gay and Muslim people to come out and express their love and sexuality rather than keeping it under wraps and leading a life of abject misery.