Does society promote invisibility of certain vital issues which ought to be discussed?In India, unlike in other countries, homosexual people are rarely seen. People do not feel free enough to openly acknowledge their identity. Also, people belonging to the third gender do not come within our sight that often. Sometimes, one even wonders if there does exist such people in India. They do, for sure! This is a significant issue but since the lesser the interaction with such people, the lesser their problems would be discussed.
Why is that unlike in other countries like America, people who are considered 'not normal' are rarely visible to us in India? What is actually accountable for their invisibility? Is it the kind of society we live in or there is something more than that?