Waiter, there’s a rainbow in my world

You must have heard all of these pathetic arguments based on shaky grounds such as rationality before. But since you won’t stop thrusting your homophobia in my face, I feel the need to express my grievance in this blog that no one is going to read anyway.

If you think it’s a disorder, it’s not. What makes you think you are more equipped as a hetersosexual? Is the capacity to contribute to the population explosion the only legitimate reason a couple should be together?

If you think that ‘they’ don’t come from ‘good’ families like yours, that is only because the people in your godsent family who refuse to acknowledge they are gay or haven’t realised it yet. Maybe you’re married to one who, unlike Carol from Friends, is never going to realise that.

Then there are those of you think that a great guy or girl is a ‘waste’ because he or she is gay.  Such a pity that you can’t objectify someone because that person is categorically not interested in you.
As for those who are afraid that the happiness of their child, family and the world is threatened by it – well done on coming up with that argument. Celebrate your ignorance by imposing it on everyone around you.
Well, where are you going to learn about the LGBT community anyway? From Sri Devi in English Vinglish, who says “wo log bhi insan hote hai” or from Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham in Dostana being perverts and playing the gay card to live with a girl they both want. And of course, any community that doesn’t protest because they were misrepresented in Bollywood doesn’t deserve the grace of your awareness.
I kid of course. Pray hard enough and people will get all these ridiculous ideas such as being themselves out of their heads.