Modernization in terms of dressing, lifestyle and word of mouth is not enough, but the mentality and thought process needs to be modernized and developed. One should walk the talk.
Though I have utmost respect for the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India and its decision, however I am extremely dissatisfied with this particular one, which has certainly struck lightening on the LGBT community.
Our feelings understand no boundation. As far as the feelings are immaculate, it casts out the differences of cast, creed, religion and gender. After all, it's all about love, matters not whom we fall for.
I do have very much faith in the caliber and sensibility of the country's highest decision making body. Hope the court re-thinks its decision and gives the LGBT community reasons to smile.
Even the law says, privacy of an individual should be respected and it is not of public concern. Sexual preference of an individual is a strictly a private affair, why to indulge in it and disrupt their privacy. So, far as they are not a nuisance for the society they should be allowed to live and lead their life. Freedom and liberty are birthrights of every individual and it must be upheld.
It is perhaps worthwhile to mention that, when it was to safeguard the disqualification of convicted MPs and MLAs from parliament and assembly, the government hastily brought an ordinance against the Supreme Court ruling. However, it would be interesting to find out what our policy makers do, when it comes to safeguarding the liberty of people and basic human rights which is assuredly at stake.
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