An article on the web about a light-skinned girl has caused controversy.
It features a photograph of a girl wearing a red and white skin tone, which has led to a heated debate.
The article describes how she had a skin tone of white, and says her parents had adopted her as a girl.
However, it goes on to describe how her parents were concerned about the colour of her skin and her parents’ concerns.
The story claims that when the girl was aged eight, her parents began discussing her skin tone.
They thought she would be “tired of hearing her own name” and “it would be difficult for her to identify with her own skin”.
It said that the parents also had “a fascination with her appearance and wanted her to look like an adult.”
A post by a user called A-Lana on the social media platform Facebook said: “My son, A-Laana, was born in a small town in Karnataka state and is currently in an orphanage.
My parents told me they had an ‘all-girls’ family.
They said A-laana would have the best skin colour and she would look better.
I had no idea what the hell my child was getting into!”
A-lana, who has written about her experiences with skin colour in the past, told The Times of India that she was worried about her child’s skin tone as it was “different from mine”.
“They were saying she would have to wear a dress and wear makeup to be an adult, and would have an all-girls school, which is very much against my religious beliefs.
She has not been allowed to wear any clothes at all.
They were worried that she would grow up and start dressing up in a way that would make her look ‘unclean’,” she said.
“They also said her skin was too white and she was not allowed to touch her hair or any other parts of her body.”
She said her parents also told her that her skin colour was not a problem.
“She does not have any problems at all,” she said, adding that her parents did not realise that her mother had a darker skin tone and her father had a lighter skin tone.
“A-lanas parents said that their daughter had been “briefly adopted” by her parents after they had moved to India from Kerala in 2011, and that they were “very excited about her future”.
She was taken to a local children’s home and was “brought up to be the best-looking girl in her class”, she said in the post.
Her parents said the girl would be a “light-skinned child who will be able to wear pink dresses”.
However, the girl’s mother, who is now living in Australia, told the news outlet that she “never wanted to be a girl”.
The woman, who also has a child of her own, told local media that she wanted to “keep her light skin”.
She also had a very big crush on her father who is a teacher in a local primary school,” the story said.