While individuals are progressively turning into extra privy to gender identities and the selection of pronouns, there are nonetheless those that view them from the prism of binary — female and male.
Recently, actor Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan took to Instagram to speak together with her followers, and through a question-answer session, objected to the usage of ‘gendered pronouns’.
She had initially posted an image with a textual content, “I’m not quite sure what to do with myself. You?” Throwing the platform open for her followers to share their emotions, she encountered one who requested her if she is Aamir Khan’s son. “Aap toh Aamir Khan sir ki son ho naa (You are Aamir Khan’s son, proper),” the individual requested, to which Ira made a face and replied: “I’m his daughter. But what even are these gendered nouns?!”
If you observe Ira, you’ll know that she places out quirky and super-relatable content material from time to time. From health struggles to psychological well being, she discusses all of it.
Earlier this yr, the 24-year-old had shared she had not been feeling well. That she would “go to work, cry and go to sleep”. She talked in regards to the turmoil she had been present process throughout the marriage ceremony of her cousin Zayn Marie Khan, and that whereas she needed to be part of the celebrations, smiling for the photographs had been tough.
She was additionally beforehand quoted as telling a number one nationwide each day that she has had “no inclination to act”. “I’ve always felt more comfortable and enthusiastic about working off-stage or behind the camera rather than in front of it.”