Yes, we spend more time in malls than in mandirs and probably spend more money in movies and video games than setting up a home, but you know what's different in my generation? We believe in treating everyone equally.
We would buy a car and a house before having a baby. We would donate our savings in the blink of an eye. We would extend our hands to help your society would shun, but that's all because we believe in treating everyone equally.
Do we care about what society says? I don't think so because in our society, we don't judge and comment much. If you think your society has a problem with what we do, we probably live in different societies. And you know what? We don't care what your society says because we believe in treating everyone equally.
We may be skinny thin or obese, may have different sections in the supermarket to pick up clothes from. But it's all available under one roof right from extra small to super super large. It's all about being who you are we are all the same and we believe in treating everyone equally.
It's been 28 years for me in this world and over the years the words of concern have changed. It has changed from what will do in life and who will marry you to are you having fun, are you happy. We have fun in various different ways, sometimes even sharing a laugh with an eunuch. We believe in treating everyone equally.
Thank you Supreme Court for bringing back our faith in you and doing something the country should have done decades earlier. Thank you for adding the obvious third gender we close our eyes to. Thank for for starting to treat everyone equally.