Hey. My fellow Muslim friends, how was Raya? I guess if you’re happily married with a bus of kids, or if you’re nice looking and rich, your Raya must have been great. LOL
Whenever it’s near Raya, some people will definitely have this anxiety of facing nosy people asking all sorts of sensitive questions. I know this because short before Raya, my feed was bombarded with related memes, especially by my friends who are still not married, overweight, or married but have no kids.
People should be happy (or happier) during Raya or any festive seasons because they finally get the chance to be with their family, relatives, or old friends and catch up. But instead, it becomes a traumatic experience to some unfortunate people. Don’t blame them for avoiding others. They just don’t want to get their heart hurt anymore.
Don’t Condone It
I don’t get why some people also condone this act noting that it’s just a friendly ‘gesture’. Instead of asking the ‘victims’ to just politely answer the sensitive questions, or just accept it when they’re shamed because they have body issues, or because they are not married yet, or because they are married for a long time but still don’t have kids, please ask those ‘assailants’ to watch their mouth.
Take the Last Laugh
I used to have this issue especially during my younger days. But now, I can’t be bothered anymore. The reason is that only Allah knows that I always get the last laugh after ‘researching’ and knowing the lives of those who dared to ask/shame me are so miserable yet pretentious.
Government Needs to Act
I know that this is almost impossible but it would be great if there’s an act that can govern the mouths of these people. I know there’s already one for body shaming. Serve them right. But seriously, the government needs to look into this matter too. What gives some people the right to mentally torture others by asking all sorts of questions?
Thanks for reading.