Werewolf Sisters Marriage
February 9, 2012 by staff
Werewolf Sisters Marriage, THREE sisters suffering from Werewolf Syndrome fear they will never find husbands because of their uncontrollable hair growth.
The condition affecting just one in a billion people means their bodies are covered in extra hair — giving them extremely bushy eyebrows and beards.
And Savita, 23, Monisha, 18, and 16-year-old Savitri fear the Hypertrichosis Universalis will leave as life-long spinsters.
Sad Savita said: “Marriage is not an option for us. Who is going to marry us when hair keeps growing on our faces?”
In their small Indian village of Sangli, unmarried women have few prospects.
But the family is too poor to afford paying £4,500 for each girl to have laser surgery that would rid them of the extra hair.
Spinster fear … the girls worry they are doomed to a life without marriage
The sisters are now using hair removal cream but the hair returns too quickly to maintain.
Savita added: “When I used to go to school the boys and girls would shout ‘hairy face’, ‘horrible looking’, and ‘don’t sit next to her’.”
Their mum Anita Sambhaji Raut, 40, has six daughters, but only the three of them have Werewolf Syndrome.
The condition was passed down by the girls’ father with whom Anita was forced into an arranged marriage by her uncle and aunt when she was 12.
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