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if we had more opportunities for education, for learning, there would be fewer marriages in adolescence because girls would understand clearly what marriage is.

Lack of information is often the reason for a wrong choice.” Since it was published in July, the report has prompted fresh debate in Brazil about its National Education Plan, (PNE) which bans discussion at school of sexuality and the inequitable gender norms that underpin child marriage.

According to the World Health Organisation, complications in pregnancy and childbirth are the second highest cause of death for 15-19-year-old girls globally.

Many girls interviewed for the report expressed disappointment that marriage had curtailed their freedom, and conveyed a sense of "captivity", as well as regrets at having left education.

For one girl in Belém, who had married her 21-year-old partner at 15 after falling pregnant, marriage meant isolation.

She said: "Are married women really meant to stay at home all day staring at the walls?

It provides advice to American men regarding dating Brazilian women, and is written by a Brazilian woman currently living in the states who writes under the name Brasil Magic. As I happen to be pretty much the reciprocal of Brasil Magic – an American man living in Brazil – I thought I’d offer up my own thoughts. Today women are dentists and doctors and lawyers and business owners.

This, I fully realize, is a foray into dangerous territory. There’s still a glass ceiling in the larger corporations, but things are changing.

In many areas of Brazil, rural and urban, educational provision is so poor that it leads to low expectations of girls getting a good education, and offers girls little motivation to stay in school.

Marriage to an older man may even be seen as an alternative education – a type of training for life.

“They are not forced into marriages in the same way [as in other regions].

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