Although he and I are not close, I respect my father’s decision to follow his heart and pursue the life he has chosen.Let us not criticize him for his appearance or his beliefs because by doing so we are disparaging an entire faith and culture that includes millions of people. That is all (for now) #endrant HAPPY SATURDAY PEOPLE A post shared by Dean Michael Unglert (@deanie_babies) on On the show, things didn’t turn out well between Dean and his dad, who now goes by Paramroop Singh Khalsa.What happens when America’s best-known dating show meets one of its most misunderstood religions?
“I’m asking for a favor: when I said my father was eccentric, I was not referring to his Sikh faith or the turban he wears on his head,” he wrote.
“I’m not asking you to spare his feelings (or mine) but instead to be cognizant and accepting of the millions of people that belong to the Sikh community.” Hometowns are 2 days away!
Or, as some Bachelorette viewers tweeted about Dean’s dad, a genie.
“The Bachelorette” showcased a different face of Sikhism, a white convert, in a real but challenging family context.
“But don’t attack him bc of his faith or appearance.” “To those who have overly romanticized ideas of Sikhs, Dean’s father shows that we’re not perfect — we’re just humans! Paramroop and Dean’s stepmother, also a Sikh convert, are involved in a local yoga studio.