Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Public display of affection

Yo! We are youths of the Millennium. We do whatever we feel like right. If we are not allowed to do that we will fight for that (After all we inherit Mahatma Gandhi and Bhagat singh).
People say that they have the right to behave the way their organs behave, they become gays, lesbians or bisexuals. They go one step ahead and say that they have the right to decide their gender, they become trans-genders. This resulted in the formation of a new term called GLTB (Gay Lesbian Transgender and bisexual). Lots of social and non governmental groups have started groups to protect their interest and to claim equal rights. We call ourselves a conservative society. Will you believe that our own Tourism ministry has a proposal to start GLTB friendly tourism zone?(Our request for starting a tourist friendly tourism zone is still pending).
Sooner or later we will see advertisements in the Times of India by hospitals claiming that they can change your gender with money back guarantee (sorry! No guarantee if you want to go back). Bring your friend and get 50% discount on the bill.
This is totally fine, but You see… I see… we all see this generation becoming more of a dil chahta hai kind. We demand and fight for what our dil wants. An increasingly visible change is the right to publicly display one’s affection for the other. At the airport, Mom hugging a son before he flies off to US and brings in Gloria (Sorry glory) to the family: Acceptable. At the college, group of friends hugging to celebrate the successful completion of a friend’s break up. Acceptable, but what about an chumma in the same college to celebrate some ones love. What about a couple rolling on the green bed (not hot bed) in the park just to ..…I don’t want to interfere. What about something something in the airport waiting area just to kill the time (Hollywood movie style).
Sooner or later special interest groups may be formed who fight to get their right and say “We have the right to express our affection even in public. If the public have any problem, then they may either close their eyes or move away. After all a public place is for public.“
Come that day and we can see boards like “Please don’t display your affection here”. We will have television live shows debating this subject; name of the show may be “Aakhir Kiss ka keemat kya hai?”

8 comments:

reader said...

a nice piece of humor for starters....

reader said...

a nice piece of humor for starters....

Anonymous said...

Beautiful and a humorous way of giving us a reality check! Good going. Harry.

Na.Su.Krishnan said...

Thanks for your appreciation "reader"

Anonymous Harry - How true is the reality check ;)

dhanaa said...

your blogging style is good & matter also.

Na.Su.Krishnan said...

Thanks for your time & appreciation Dhanaa

" frm rkd's diaries.. " said...
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" frm rkd's diaries.. " said...

NICE