The country is up in arms against a recent Supreme Court verdict against a lifestyle choice. I am not against the Supreme Court; though I am against the law itself. And while I am not sure if the Supreme court could have given a verdict in favour (and I have not bothered to study how they actually interpreted it), in my opinion it has interpreted the law – whether the law should actually exist is the business of the legislative – not the judiciary. And this seems a good time to refer you all to an earlier post:
This assault on lifestyle choices made by consenting and informed adults is not new. It happened five years ago on 2nd October 2008. All of you are welcome to enlighten me how these two things are separate, but it is essentially the same thing: It prohibits consenting and informed adults to indulge in a lifestyle choice.