Transgender Couple: Faces Death Threats After Marriage News In Thiruvananthapuram :- Well, in Thiruvananthapuram Transgender couples did marriage just after that news they both are getting abusive comments and people are not accepting that relationship. As per the reports, they both are quite afraid now and really looking for the support and help. Also, the sources are saying that people are threatening them and telling them that they would kill them.
The only question is what did they do wrong? Only days ago, the news of her wedding plans with Aarav Appukuttan was celebrated in the media, and everyone began sharing it on the social media. We all know that this type of thing is new in India but we all have to be ready for that because, in the end, it’s people’s own choice what they really want.
Faces Death Threats After Marriage News In Thiruvananthapuram
Well, after that when they both got little popular because of this marriage whole media started running behind them. Also, the sources are saying that “a male to female transgender, Sukanyeah, falling in love with a female to male transgender, Aarav.” This is what killing people inside and they are taking it as taboo.
Also, the couple said “Threats saying they will kill us both…and abuses not just for us, but for the people who said good things about us,” All the attack appears to come from the bias against the transgender community. They haven’t, for instance, been ridiculed for reasons like their huge age difference – she is 21, he is 46. “That is our choice, not for anyone else to have a say. We just want to live our lives quietly, without coming into any controversy,” Sukanyeah said. AS per the reports he has already lost his job in Dubai after they knew about his sex-change surgery. She is working in the IT industry.
The couple has registered complaints at the cyber crime cell in Bengaluru and in Kottayam. “We could only complain about the death threats – there are seven of them. All the other abuse, all the cuss words, will not be taken into account. I have also tried to report it to Facebook many times, but the response has been unsatisfactory,” Sukanyeah adds.