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I'm so glad reading the messages here of most Sikhs still being opposed to the Kalyugi lifestyle of Homosexuality.

 

Homosexuality and other sexually perverse lifestyles will only grow stronger in Kalyug. Dasam Bani mentions that before the advent of Kalki Avatar, even incest will become common practice. We are already seeing the beginnings of that starting to happen, like here:

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/germany/11119062/Incest-a-fundamental-right-German-committee-says.html

 

This is how homosexuality started to gain acceptance in the West.

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I watched some of his videos a few years back when he only had around 50 subscribers on youtube, i thought he would end up creating a good channel with time.  I dont like his videos, similar to people like sadhguru and yogi bajan stuff  

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Whats it with the whole new appearance of bearded sikh men with dastars covered from head to toe and then sikh women sitting next to them half naked!? I dont get this modern/new sikh appearance   isn't it confusing and conflicting or is it just me?   whenever i see this in public it just doesn't make any sense, it just looks very odd.     its like seeing a vicar wearing a robe with a half naked woman next to him, or a bearded muslim man with a topi with a half naked woman next to him.       very odd 

modern Sikh male and Sikh female appearance is very odd, very muddled, scrambled 

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29 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Whats it with the whole new appearance of bearded sikh men with dastars covered from head to toe and then sikh women sitting next to them half naked!? I dont get this modern/new sikh appearance   isn't it confusing and conflicting or is it just me?   whenever i see this in public it just doesn't make any sense, it just looks very odd.     its like seeing a vicar wearing a robe with a half naked woman next to him, or a bearded muslim man with a topi with a half naked woman next to him.       very odd 

modern Sikh male and Sikh female appearance is very odd, very muddled, scrambled 

Soy-infused Sikh males can't muster the courage to tell them to cover up. 😀

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On 7/18/2019 at 10:26 AM, puzzled said:

Whats it with the whole new appearance of bearded sikh men with dastars covered from head to toe and then sikh women sitting next to them half naked!? I dont get this modern/new sikh appearance   isn't it confusing and conflicting or is it just me?   whenever i see this in public it just doesn't make any sense, it just looks very odd.     its like seeing a vicar wearing a robe with a half naked woman next to him, or a bearded muslim man with a topi with a half naked woman next to him.       very odd 

modern Sikh male and Sikh female appearance is very odd, very muddled, scrambled 

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Its a way to let ppl know we' re not muslims. And that we believe in feminism. So the men cover up and women dont. Equality right? Or at least reverse equality cuz we have to make up for the years women were opressed.  

Also, sikhs in america faced a dilemma when sikhs were getting killed post 9-11  because they were mistaken for muslims. So sikh organizations tried to do awareness campaigns. That we r sikhs. Not....but apparently saying Not Muslims wasnt ok. Because we were throwing the muslims under the bus and saying we are not muslims implies that being muslim is bad so now we have to act out that we're not muslims but another faith. So in documentaries sikhs are shown to eat pork. And we cant tell our women to cover up. And our dastaars have to be colorful.

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1 hour ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Its a way to let ppl know we' re not muslims. And that we believe in feminism. So the men cover up and women dont. Equality right? Or at least reverse equality cuz we have to make up for the years women were opressed.  

Also, sikhs in america faced a dilemma when sikhs were getting killed post 9-11  because they were mistaken for muslims. So sikh organizations tried to do awareness campaigns. That we r sikhs. Not....but apparently saying Not Muslims wasnt ok. Because we were throwing the muslims under the bus and saying we are not muslims implies that being muslim is bad so now we have to act out that we're not muslims but another faith. So in documentaries sikhs are shown to eat pork. And we cant tell our women to cover up. And our dastaars have to be colorful.

your absolutely right, a lot of punjabis feel the need to behave in a certain way to show everyone that they are "modern" "integrated"  when they dress half naked and behave like trash in their heads they are better than other brown people.

reminds me when this Hindu girl told me that she went to a topless beach with her husband and that she walked around topless herself, i told her that i would never let my wife do that or let her wear skirts and small clothes, she turned around and said to me that her husband said that "where not pakis, you can do whatever you want"  

absolutely shameless      i wouldn't be surprised if punjabi women go these places with their husbands 

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2 hours ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Its a way to let ppl know we' re not muslims. And that we believe in feminism. So the men cover up and women dont. Equality right? Or at least reverse equality cuz we have to make up for the years women were opressed.  

Yes I don't understand, if they are talking about sikhi then why is not possible for them to dress in a respectful manner? What kind of sikh becomes so much of a sheep that they need to follow a society and have to reveal their legs just because everyone else needs to? And yet the men don't need to reveal their legs, so where's the equality? Women still falling in sheep mentality yet thinking they are equal, yet being exploited.

 

I still want to find out how LGBTQA+ sikhs deal with the 5 vikaar, the panj chor. I would love them to do a topic about this....

 

1 hour ago, puzzled said:

absolutely shameless      i wouldn't be surprised if punjabi women go these places with their husbands 

probably the drunk ones, especially where both the husband and wife are drunks.

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18 minutes ago, ipledgeblue said:

probably the drunk ones, especially where both the husband and wife are drunks.

My mum was telling me a few months back that she works with Sikh women of her generation (born and raised in India yet came over in the 80s; that would make them age-wise late 50s / early 60s), boast about going to the pub with their husbands. I thought she was trolling me, but apparently it's true. I was incredulous but it's supposedly quite a common thing. Berrah begaya jananiya da. If the mothers carry on in that manner then the daughters are obviously going to take it to the next level. 

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3 hours ago, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Its a way to let ppl know we' re not muslims. And that we believe in feminism. So the men cover up and women dont. Equality right? Or at least reverse equality cuz we have to make up for the years women were opressed.  

You must be a pervert because you will say anything to see a woman dress with less clothes on.  

Now you get the award for being the biggest besharam person on this forum.   @AjeetSingh2019 held the title but what you wrote above tops anything he has said.

The amount of women who are forced to wear less clothing due to society way of thinking is greater than men telling women to cover up.  

From now on I will address you as besharam.

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4 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

You must be a pervert because you will say anything to see a woman dress with less clothes on.  

Now you get the award for being the biggest besharam person on this forum.   @AjeetSingh2019 held the title but what you wrote above tops anything he has said.

The amount of women who are forced to wear less clothing due to society way of thinking is greater than men telling women to cover up.  

From now on I will address you as besharam.

Was the sarcasm not clear enough? 

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15 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

My mum was telling me a few months back that she works with Sikh women of her generation (born and raised in India yet came over in the 80s; that would make them age-wise late 50s / early 60s), boast about going to the pub with their husbands. I thought she was trolling me, but apparently it's true. I was incredulous but it's supposedly quite a common thing. Berrah begaya jananiya da. If the mothers carry on in that manner then the daughters are obviously going to take it to the next level. 

I had the impression that you were a lot older  like in your 40s lol 

Back in the 90s when I was a kid there were a few middle aged Punjabi women from India and Kenya that used to get drunk with all the local Punjabi men!  When some of the Punjabi men from our road and surrounding roads used to get together to drink some of these aunties used to sit with them and drink glassy. 

Everyone's moved houses now and moved on    a few years back at a wedding I saw one of the Punjabi aunties that used to drink at our house   she's still the same!   Fat sl@g 

I'm so glad that my mother and sister have class, self respect and morals. 

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6 hours ago, puzzled said:

I had the impression that you were a lot older  like in your 40s lol 

Nah, just had to grow up quickly. My 40s are still a while away, lol.

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On 7/25/2019 at 12:02 PM, puzzled said:

Back in the 90s when I was a kid there were a few middle aged Punjabi women from India and Kenya that used to get drunk with all the local Punjabi men!  When some of the Punjabi men from our road and surrounding roads used to get together to drink some of these aunties used to sit with them and drink glassy. 

Everyone's moved houses now and moved on    a few years back at a wedding I saw one of the Punjabi aunties that used to drink at our house   she's still the same!   Fat sl@g 

I'm so glad that my mother and sister have class, self respect and morals. 

yes the Kenya sikh women always had a bad rep when they came UK, they were known for cutting their hair when indian sikh women were still not at the time! Also I used to see a lot more east africa sikh girls showing their lattan in pics like a decade ago than british indian sikh girls. Times have changes in even a decade, the british indian sikh girls have also started doing the same things the kenya aunties and their daughters were known for.

 

oh dear everyones' intelligence has departed due to glassy. What Guru Nanak says in bani is true!!!

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On 7/24/2019 at 7:53 PM, Not2Cool2Argue said:

Was the sarcasm not clear enough? 

There was no hints of sarcasm in that post.  I took that post seriously because many Sikhs think in this manner and it looked as if you were expressing the slave mentality here.

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9 hours ago, Akalifauj said:

There was no hints of sarcasm in that post.  I took that post seriously because many Sikhs think in this manner and it looked as if you were expressing the slave mentality here.

Thx for apologising 😉 ;)

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