BIOLOGICAL COMPULSION VS PERSONAL CHOICES
We all are biological beings with compulsion and not by choice. this is the way we have been living since time immemorial.
Then why now, are we trying to change the biology of our foundation. why more and more people are inclining towards homosexuality? but this is simply a question about our personal choices to which i guess we have no answers nor can we raise any objections....
If Adam and Eve could have opted for a different orientation, I am pretty sure we would not have been here, indeed on this planet.
Personally speaking I just can’t stand it, I mean no offence to them I totally respect their individual choices. I raise objection when I think of legalizing homosexuality.
I know whether we legalize it or not, it is ubiquitous it has been there and will grow with time.
Recently our honorable health minister Mr. Ambumani Ramadoss affirmed that homosexuality in India should be legalized.
I was wondering is he still the heath minister and if he still is, are there less of health issues in India to be addressed that now he is venturing into a different field altogether of human rights. Or may be he is so concerned about India as a whole that he is over timing and over indulging in his job now.
Invariably, if he is entering a dissimilar field of work, has he weighed all the pros and cons of legalizing homosexuality? Why is he advocating it, and if he supports homosexuality,
Does he know the implications it’s going to have on an unprepared and naive society?
It would be as similar as talking about sentences and words without incepting the basics of language and alphabets in toddlers.
since, there are some unpreventable and inevitable factors attached to the legalising of homosexuality.
If in case homosexuality is officially authorized. What will be its ramifications?
What legacy are we leaving for our prospective generations? With the increasing trend of lesbians and gay culture I am doubtful if we will even have more generations.
Perhaps we have a solution to it. ADOPTION
Even, if homosexuals espouse children. What will they inculcate in them? How would be their upbringing? Who would play the well defined and well established roles of mother and father in this state of affairs?
What would these kids inherit in them? Would not they prefer to choose lesbianism and gay- ism as their first choices over biological compulsion? Would they be accepted in a haughty society like ours?
What if this entire fad catches up with new generation?
These are some of the far-fetched questions which turn my head round.
Legalize, not legalized liberated or prohibited, for the time being it will only obliterate our culture and society
The solitary solution to the treatment of homosexuality would be EDUCATION.
Masses should be educated about homosexuality.
This would help in generating acceptability for homosexuals.
Moreover, it will transform the mind set of people toward gays and lesbians.
Eventually, it would no longer be considered as a taboo.
Moreover, they would be equally respected in the society, to which originally they are entitled.
If possible it should be added in the curriculum of students.
All India awareness campaigns should be launched.
This will help people know about all the aspects of homosexuality. Whether it’s about their daily lives or may be health related issues.
Or there can be special sessions arranged for (educated as well as uneducated). This will help children and families to be receptive towards this new practice and will help them in making their personal choices.
Accordingly, I would like to request Mr. Ramadoss to compassionately stop preaching about homosexuality and relatively mull over all the facets of it. Efforts should be made to get approval for homosexuality but before that acceptability needs to be spawned, so that no voice is raised in remonstration. Consequently some good-work in the field is expected from health ministry along with education ministry and of course judiciary.
Without the unification of these three nothing can really be imparted to the anonymous masses.
wish u all the very best Mr ramadoss