do you think its wrong to have a boyfriend / girlfrind for an adult?
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Yes. It is wrong for girls to have boys and vice-versa. Girls may have girlfriends and vice-versa. Because you may be from a good breed; he may be from some other breed. There is a risk of getting married between opp. friends. Marriage is to bring an offspring and continue our tradition and culture. If we allow cross marriages, in a short time, we will lose our special cultural identity. Our Tamil forefathers did love-marriages. But there was no religion, caste or creed or religion at that time. If you think cross marriages will help to eradicate them, you will be at a fools' paradise. The opp. is keen to establish their identity.
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