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I think he has no lack of courage to be a sikh in sikhi saroop and has encouraged other kids to not be ashamed of their differentness e.g. of their kesh so I think you are confused . You sound just th

He's a great person who takes no  nonsense from apnian bibian and babey or others   , he comes from a baptist background , a lot of new US sikhs have that background I've noticed especially those from

I think he’s greatly misunderstood by a lot of people.

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On ‎5‎/‎7‎/‎2018 at 8:08 PM, NonExistant said:

Do ya like him? Is he a good role model?

 

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I know him, we have chatted, hes a man, suprising as he later reveals he is homosexual, challenging taboos right off the bat. but really is really hard working and inquisitive, and helpful to say the least.

 

IF ANYTHING, he needs help from us.

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14 minutes ago, mahandulai said:

I know him, we have chatted, hes a man, suprising as he later reveals he is homosexual, challenging taboos right off the bat. but really is really hard working and inquisitive, and helpful to say the least.

 

IF ANYTHING, he needs help from us.

Well to me he is a role model and whatever you say is not going to take that away.

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