Unless we address the issues that gay men face, it is almost impossible to stop any guy from marriage. We can cry all we want but the guys would rather tie the knot and settle in life, than to live a life of bidding on other men.
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety is clearly the story of every gay/bi man who is secretly in love with his best friend, and then sees his friend falling for a woman, all the while trying to show he is happy for the two, while being deeply jealous and dejected from the inside.
I wish that I lived a normal life, where I could see men as friends and nothing more. Where I can date a girl and be socially accepted, where everyone celebrates the love we have for each other, like they do on valentine's day.
For close to half a century, San Francisco has celebrated lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride with parades, celebrations and festivals. Its rich counterculture history stretches from North Beach to the Castro and dates as far back as the mid-1800s.
Simon Spier is a seventeen-year old high school kid, who is gay and in the closet. One day he gets to know there is another gay kid in school, and gets chatting to the anonymous person, and soon falls for him too.