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Boys generally attempt to complete the task and make a quick exit if the parents of the girl are in and may stay longer if the girl is alone.It is in some places a custom that a boy discovered in the morning by the parents shall become the husband of the girl, but usually the boy and the girl make sure that the boy exits before the parents get up in the morning.The current discourse and understanding of Bomena, according to the author, are naïve, biased and misrepresented, heavily influenced by changing values especially among the urban societies.One common notion is that any rural culture is ‘inferior’ and all urban cultures are ‘superior’, and replacing the rural culture with urban ‘superior’ culture is seen as a way of emancipating the Bhutanese farmers from their ‘primitive’ culture, and advancing the country.Strategies vary from sneaking in the door to climbing up the side of a house to enter a window or even dropping in from the roof.The uniform architecture of Bhutanese houses, with same design of doors and windows also make it easier."Night hunting", the traditional culture of nightly courtship and romance that is practiced mostly in eastern and central rural Bhutan.
The practice is far more dramatic because this happens under pitch darkness and traditionally the whole family sleep in one large room, which is the kitchen and living room.
It takes a lot of persuasion especially for the first time.