Desi Family And Privacy

Some of the matters usually need privacy, but no how dare you talk of privacy. Hum say Kya chuppa hua hai, hum tou tmhary maan baap hain. The rants can go on and on. They would never let you breathe and let you stay alone.

Desi families are well connected with each other. From a tiny matter to the biggest decision everyone is involved. Privacy is unknown to the Desi families and households. As said it is the business of each of the family members to track the business of others. Being nosy means you care for each other.

Some of the matters usually need privacy, but no how dare you talk of privacy. Hum say Kya chuppa hua hai, hum tou tmhary maan baap hain. The rants can go on and on. They would never let you breathe and let you stay alone.

Some of the privacy interferences are as:

  1. You don’t have your own room

In a desi household, you cannot have your own room until you are 14, or 15. Then it won’t still be not your own but a shared one with your

  1. Washroom privacy

If you are in the washroom for more than 5 minutes, you are in trouble. They want all the details of the matters in the washroom.

  1. Locking the room

The moment you lock the door, there is havoc in the house. Everyone remembers that they have a task in that room. You have to be answerable for this act of transgression.

  1. Checking your drawers and wardrobe

Your drawers are regularly checked maybe they can find a cigarette butt or something suspicious. In the wardrobe, they are trying to find the portal to another world.

  1. Checking the phone

When you are texting, they will stand on your head to find out who you are texting. If you are on a phone call, they will make sure to keep an eye on you.

 

  1. Eavesdropping when your friends are over

When your friends are over at your place. Whatever you are talking about, they will eavesdrop or send a sibling to have the updates.

So yes, Desi family and Privacy. Nah Nah!!!

Written by Shaheer Ahmed

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