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"The authorities thought it was strange," says Sokha, "but they agreed to tolerate it because I have three children already [from her pervious marriage].
The couple have become instant celebrities in Sokha's village of Kro Bao Ach Kok, about 14 Km from Phnom Penh, where they live, and their story has been told further afield by Khmer newspapers.While marriage between women was uncommon, she believed there were many cases of them living together as de facto husband and wife."It is reasonable that [childless women] should not be married because they cannot produce children." Sokha said she had acted like a man - wearing shirts and trousers, cutting her hair short and using the male forms of Khmer words - for many years.After a three-day honeymoon at Eth's parents' house, they have moved in with Sokha's mother, where, they say, "every day is a honeymoon".is an honoree of the Texas Family Land Heritage Program for 100 years of continuous land ownership and agriculture production by the same family. Dale and Mary have devoted their entire lives to raising top notch Hereford genetics in the panhandle of Texas, and are two of the most respected and recognized people in the cattle industry.She dresses and speaks like a man and is treated as such by Eth who calls her "my husband".
After one husband, three children and five girlfriends, Sokha, 35, is confident she has finally found her perfect partner.
"For me, no problem, but the wife..." she said, smoking a cigarette while impatiently waiting for negotiations to reach a conclusion.
Finally, after agreement was reached on the giving of $5 as a token of the Post's good wishes, the happy couple were prepared to tell their love-story.
"They said: 'If you want stay alive you must think of your wife and children and give us your moto.' I said: 'You cannot take my moto unless you kill me first' and started fighting with them." Stabbed and beaten over the head, she was left for dead in a sewage pond, where she was found by a passing aid worker.
Today, she earns her - and Eth's - living by traveling around local villages curing "general sicknesses" such as headaches.
"After curing her, I started loving her," said Sokha.