K for Kiss of Love #AtoZChallenge

16 Responses

  1. Richa Jindal says:

    Do we say we stay in a democratic country N have no free will of choice.



  2. Such laws are so ridiculous, I swear. This blow out morality crap gets too crass. Kiss, Make Love and not War. I support the Kiss of Love campaign:)
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  3. Shilpa Garg says:

    I remember reading that some group members said they’re not against love but kissing in public, which is like “walking around naked”. Can you believe that?!

  4. Psychic Nest says:

    Kissing in public should not be a problem but making sounds so as to get attention, then this is annoying for the rest of the people. When our freedom crosses someone else’s freedom, then it is when we have crossed the line. Amazing post, thank you!

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  5. Geets says:

    Completely agree with you. To kiss or hug or hold hands should purely be one’s choice. I feel why do they have to make an issue of every aspect which is opposed by them and supported by youth? The country is all ready to change but its leaders are not willing to accept the change!

    Great take on it Parul 🙂


  6. My Era says:

    I believe everything in moderation is acceptable. PDA is and should be a personal choice but should be done in control.
    Like someone mentioned earlier in the thread, literacy in Kerela has brought about much change in the perspectives on the people there.
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  7. One thing Kerala has proved time and again is literacy doesn’t open up one’s eyes and mind.

  8. Soumya says:

    Oh yeah, I remember this one.

    See, PDA is a personal choice. But as long as it is in control I’m fine with it. Once I saw a couple smooching, necking in the middle of MG road! I was like WTF. Feels weird.

    Holding hands, hugging, a peck on the cheek should be acceptable.
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  9. Not in India, no. It’s not our choice.
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  10. This movement has caused quite a stir!
    It really should be our own opinion now, shouldn’t it? For me, if I find something really offensive, I’d rather close my eyes and look the other way, instead of making a hue and cry about it.
    Surely something to think about 🙂

  11. DeeDee says:

    Quite a thought provoking post.
    frankly, i agree to most of the points, but couple many times cross the level of obscenities. If things are limited to kiss or a peck it seems kind of ok. But a kiss, going to a smooch to more is not a sight I would personally enjoy.
    if couples want to get cozy, get a room – as simple as that
    Its just my opinion, it might differ from people to people

  12. swatibassi says:

    People are governed by whims and fancy. They cannot rationalize right or wrong. I support kiss of love and disagree strongly with people who just want to spread illogical ideologies.

  13. Kala Ravi says:

    Hmm, I remember this one! I wonder why no one has any objections to watching films with more intimate scenes or even serials….then why the double standard? Moral policing is finally done by folks with corrupt and idle minds or more likely with a political motive.
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  14. Lata Sunil says:

    I remember this one. The elders in my family were aghast about it. But, the over the top moral policing was getting out of hand. I reasoned, tomorrow if my son is attacked by this moral police for doing something natural like holding hands or hugging or even giving a peck, will I support them? I fully supported this event and had argued with all.

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