2021 is a year of hope for many. People usually make resolutions and I made one resolution that I will at least try to read one book in one month and in this way I could pursue my hobby without it affecting my routine.
There are numerous sexual and gender identities, each one is distinct. History may have presented it to us as a sin but it can’t be more wrong. There is a lot to know about and learn about. This month spreads awareness and fights prejudice against the LGBT+ community and encourages them to take pride in their identity. Since it is impossible to cover everything at once, I’m fixing on one entity of the LGBT+ community right now. I’ve come across people who get a bit confused around transgenders. So, I’ve gathered a few facts that may help you understand transgender people more so that both you and the transgender person are comfortable when you face each other.
This world would be a whole lot better if we just made an effort to be less horrible to one another.
It is often said that if you truly love someone, you will let them go if need be. This never stung as much as they did the day I had to stand beside my love as his Best Man on his Wedding Day. It wasn’t a choice he could give up on. He had to abide by the laws of the society and I had to respect his every wish even if it meant ripping my heart into shreds. We were pulled apart and there was nothing either of us could have done. We were mere puppets tied to the laws of the world. That day, I had laughed with him, congratulated him and his wife, patted him and wished him a happy life all the while wearing the facade of a perfect best friend. I was, however , ecstatically happy for him. Nothing gave me more bliss than knowing that he was happy and living a beautiful life.
They loved each others souls, but the world only looked at the bodies they were born in. They said it was a sin. But their only sin, was to be born in a world that valued rules and prejudice, over love and acceptance.