When I learnt that Davis was getting married, I asked him whether he was doing that out of compulsion from his mother. He was not. The truth is, he had enough of all the unstable relationships and was wishing for some stability in his life. So here is a guy who knows his ways with guys, but somehow or the other was never successful in having a relationship and decides to settle down with a gal. I still can't picture him as a married guy and probably won't, even if I see him with his wife. But I'm feeling uneasy. And I don't think I'm that concerned about him to let myself feel this way. I feel as if Davis is portraying what my life would be after some five years. I'm 23 and still haven't found a guy that interests me (Oh please! I'm not that strict on the turn-on list) and the ones that I see some chance shut me off completely. Right now I'm damn sure that I don't want to marry a gal. But I'm not sure about what could happen after five years when I'm still failing to find a compatible guy and my parents forcing me to marry a gal. Will I surrender to my selfish needs to feel committed? Will I turn a blind eye on what I'm doing to the gal in order to make my parents happy? Will I sacrifice my utopian dream of living with my guy happily ever after?
Although I'm not that superstitious, but these astrologers are surely giving me a hard time. The recent guy told my parents that I need to be married off by the time I am 27 or else my marriage could happen only very late. And add to that about the prediction of me having two children. EEKS!! If they possess the power they claim to have, why can't they frigging tell my parents that I might not be liking the idea of marrying a woman!
By the way, I'm surprised to see the profiles of two teenage guys (probably around 18) in my city stating that they are openly homosexual to their friends and families. I admire their courage to come out so early in their lives even though this is a homo-hating country and hats off to the families and friends who proudly support them!
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