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may i ask you people whats so wrong about being gay?
seriously. i want to know.
being gay is not a sin, or choice.
tell me, if the tables turned, and the love y'all had for your husbands and wives and crushes or whatever was considered 'disgusting' and 'harmful' and 'a sin', how would you feel?
just a question.
i would say no hate, but im up for a debate rn.
Dostana was funny but it took the piss out of gays - not portray them in a sensitive light at all. The treatment of homosexuals in India as well as the way women/low castes/the poor are treated just shows the backwards mentality of many Indians. I do see things are (very slowly) improving.
It's as simple as coffee vs tea. It's a preference, you can't force one or the other.
I'm a girl and I am attracted to men. I can never see myself in a mandap next to a girl.
Well gay men can't either. That uneasy feeling I get when I think of being forced to marry another girl is the same feeling gay men get when they are forced into pursuing women.
It's a freakin preference. I'm not telling you to become an activist or anything, just give them the respect of being an individual capable enough to make their own goddamn choices. All they are asking for is for a little respect and peaceful coexistence.
And please, if you can't respect it, at least don't flaunt your ignorance by calling it a disease.
-A Decent Human Being
In terms of the movies, eh. I mean Dostana was funny but they really didn't handle a misunderstood and prejudiced subject especially in India with the care it needed, but rather made a joke out of it--as many Bollywood films do.
I don't understand why some people try to promote this kind of lifestyle. I really don't care what they do in their bedroom but they shouldn't go out and try to show off their unacceptable lifestyle.
I live in Canada where it's normal but even the government here doesn't like it. Men and women are meant to be together and homosexuality is a disease.
But no lies, Dostana was amazing. I laughed at each and every single scene.
Call me narrow minded or old fashioned but I will never be able to accept the relationship of gay/lesbians. I don't disrespect the individuals who believe in this institution but I can't accept it in my heart.
Great article, though!
PS - Dostana was just freaking hilarious movie!!
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