“Loving another human being is the most normal thing in the world,” Vir Das defends the rights of LGBTQIA community
The Supreme Court of the country had set a bench of hearing petitions on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. The day is marked with numerous pleas on legalizing the same-sex marriage in India. Actor aka comedian Vir Das has accompanied the mass's views and twitted his elated defense on the respected matter. "Loving another human being is the most normal thing in the world," Vir quoted.
Is it a not human to marry same sex?
The country has always suffered with accepting wider perspectives of human rights specially the LGBTQIA community. India being an old religious country has many hindrances for the same sex marriage but the modern educated crowd are coming with a better intake of rights for everyone no matter what a person's interest might lay upon, man or women or both. That's what we call basic 'Human Rights' afterall. Actor Vir Das expressed his views on the same.
Vir das replied a user on Twitter
A user on Twitter has expressed a constructive opinion saying, "Psychology says this is not normal. Please don't encourage this. If this is legalized then we'll have to see more of gays and lesbians roaming around." to which Vir has given a strong battling reply and wrote, "Madam loving another human being is the most normal thing in the world. I'm not sure whether your problem is homosexuality, or tourism or both. Straight or gay, in my experience, If you let two people get married that LEADS to way less roaming around."
Other celebrities who supported
Meanwhile this is not the first time any celebrity is defending and taking the wider side of rights but earlier, director Vivek Agnihotri also stated it's importance and quoted, 'It's not a concept but a right' and advocated legalizing same-sex marriage shouldn't be a crime.
At the same time, on Tuesday a panel of five Supreme court judges including the Chief Justice of India came together to hear minimum 15 petitions on entitling the community's right to life, dignity, liberty and expression to upheld the seeking LGBTQIA community.
- PTC PUNJABI