Jahed Choudhury, left, and Sean Rogan are Muslims and they are gay. They were recently married and will be skydiving for their honeymoon. They just don’t know from which building yet. But if that doesn’t pan out, they can always except ISIS’s invitation to head their Camel Appreciation Day in which camels are given a complete rest….from everything.
But if the radicals do ever come for them, they can always wave their little rainbow flags and tell the radicals that love conquers all. But don’t look to your liberal and progressive friends for help because you are lower on the food chain than traditional Muslims. You are only a one on the victim scale. Blacks are a two point group but Muslims are a five.
They were going to name a highway for them but decided to make it an alley instead since they only go one way and the wrong way at that.
Mr Rogan comforted Mr Choudhury and they soon became a couple. Now the couple have wed in a ceremony in Walsall, both wearing traditional Bangladeshi wedding clothes.
However, despite their happiness, the couple have been subjected to several death threats.
He said: ‘I want to say to all people going through the same thing that it’s okay – we’re going to show the whole world that you can be gay and Muslim.’
At a low-key ceremony at Walsall registry office, Mr Choudhury from Darlaston, tied the knot in traditional Muslim attire with his partner of two years.
In what is seen as a cultural taboo for many traditional Muslims, Mr Choudhury is one of only a few openly-gay Muslim men and the first in the UK to marry another man.
Growing up with Bangladeshi parents and three siblings in a traditional Muslim household, Mr Choudhury recalls being the ‘black sheep’ of the family.